Quite a while back I purchased the Saucebox Cosmetics Forbidden Fruits Palette. I was enchanted by all the berry shades and it does not disappoint!
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About the Saucebox Cosmetics Forbidden Fruits Palette
This palette combines all essential berry and grape shades. This pro palette is a must have for both pro users and beginners. Features matte, shimmer and satin finishes, a large mirror and a sturdy case. Paraben and Talc free, and as usual we never test on animals.
mica, isoeicosane, polyisobutene.
may contain: synthetic wax, polyethylene, PTFE, magnesium stearate, zinc stearate, chromium oxide, zinc oxide, nylon-12, tin oxide, methicone, dimethicone, silica, lauroyl lysine, carborner 940, hydrogenated lecithin, tocopheryl acetate, butylene alcohol, iron oxides, CI 77491, CI 77492, CI77499,titanium dioxide CI 77891, bismuth oxychloride CI 77163, ultramarines CI7707, chromiun hydroxide green CI 77742, carmine CI75470, manganese violet CI 77742, ferric ferrocyanide CI 77510, chromium oxide green CI 77288
$39 6 x 0.14 oz
The thin, sturdy palette comes with a nice mirror on the lid.
All colors swatched on Gosh primer.
Isn’t the Forbidden Fruits Palette delicious?
All 6 of the eyeshadows are easy to pop out and you can use them interchangeably with Sugarpill eyeshadows, which is pretty cool!
My Shade Descriptions
Pale Pink – pale pearly pink with subtle gold flecks
Strawberry Red – rich red with gold glimmers
Fuchsia Pink – bright pink with pink flecks and pink-violet iridescence
Brown Burgundy – brown with burgundy tones and silver glimmers
Brown Purple – deep brown with blue-purple undertones, matte
Mauve Rose – a mauvey rose pink satin
The colors don’t have official names, so I gave them boring unofficial names for now.
You can see all 6 of the HUGE eyeshadows. These are .14 oz each (Sugarpill lists theirs as being .12 oz each) You’re paying $6.50 per eyeshadow, which is a great deal, especially considering the size of the eyeshadows.
I love these colors and think they’re awesome. The eyeshadows themselves are easy to work with. They’re highly pigmented, easy to blend, and they last all day for me. I wore them on primer and saw no creasing on TFSI. With OCC Skin Primer, they lasted 8 hours but at the end of the 8th hour my eyeshadow started to look a bit worn.
If you’re looking for new cruelty free indie eyeshadows, I recommend checking out Saucebox Cosmetics. I know I’ll be checking out more products from them!
What do you think of the Forbidden Fruits Palette?