The Zoeva Together We Shine Face Palette launched as part of the Together We Shine Collection back in March, which included a full sized ten shadow palette, a six shadow travel palette and this face palette.
When it comes to makeup, Zoeva is a really underrated brand. Everyone raves about their makeup brushes, but their makeup is actually really great too, and this face palette looked beautiful.
“We’ve taken things to the next level! With its new vegan formulation, our ZOEVA Together We Shine Face Palette offers four versatile and wearable blush and highlighter shades featuring the intense color payoff and smooth blendability that ZOEVA is known for.
Gliding seamlessly onto the skin to create beautiful effects without looking powdery, the true-to-color color payoffs offer everything you need to create radiant looks to celebrate you.“
The Zoeva Together We Shine Face Palette is £20.50 and contains four large face powders within mauve and rose gold foil cardboard packaging. Each of the four powders contain 4g of product, and they’re individually named, with ‘motivational’ names.
- Face palette packaging includes mirror.
- Matte finish: Growth, Strength.
- Shimmer finish: Empowerment, Celebration.
- With squalane, porcelain flower extract & mongogo seed oil.
Inside the Zoeva Together We Shine Face Palette, you get a highlighter called Empowerment, two blushers called Growth and Celebration, and also a bronzer named Strength. The highlighter is shimmery, as is the Celebration blush shade.
Although, Celebration, for me, is more of an eyeshadow than it is a blusher with how shimmery it is. It’s one of the most shimmery blushers I’ve ever seen, and I’m just not a fan. I don’t mind shimmery blushes, but it really does look like I’ve applied an eyeshadow to my cheeks as the shimmer particles are quite chunky.
I’m not entirely sure why, but I’m just not a fan of this palette. It’s probably because I’m very pale, but the shades all end up looking very muddy on me, regardless of the brush I use, or how lightly I apply them.
I think £20.50 is expensive for a Zoeva face palette too, especially with brands like Revolution offering better quality and much nicer packaging. I’ve tried Zoeva blushers before, and I’ve liked the formula and shades, but this palette just isn’t doing it for me, which is a massive shame as the two eyeshadow palettes are stunning and my reviews of those will be coming soon.
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