Harry Potter X Beauty Slytherin Eye Shadow Palette
What It IsInspired by Hogwarts House colors, the Harry Potter X Ulta Beauty Slytherin Eye Shadow Palette features shadows in matte and shimmer finishes.
What Hogwarts house are you? 🐍
I can’t be the only one who was super pumped when Ulta released a Harry Potter collection! I’ve always identified as a Slytherin. I’ve taken the Pottermore quiz twice and got Slytherin both times. What house do you identify with and what house did Pottermore give you? Tell me below! I want to know! The one thing I picked up from the collection (which took a lot of restraint) was the ULTA BEAUTY - Harry Potter X Beauty Slytherin Eye Shadow Palette . I wasn’t expecting much as I don’t care much for the Ulta Beauty collection (ironically) but I was absolutely shocked when I swatched these. If I could show the snapchat of my initial reaction swatching these I would but I didn’t save it nor was it appropriate 😂 These are so insanely pigmented. I was super shocked as well when I started blending colors together are how uniform and well they blend out. I think Ulta hit the nail on the head when it comes to formula with this collection. The mattes are very pigmented and the shimmers are very bold. I think the only shade that’s lack luster is the bone shade in the top left but I mainly use that to set my base anyways so it doesn’t matter. The packaging is also very, very stunning for an Ulta Beauty collection. I know at my location we’ve already run out of the palettes so if you see them in store I would snatch one up. They are well worth the $16. Did anyone buy anything else from the collection as well? 🖤 #CheriePartner
ULTA BEAUTY-Harry Potter X Beauty Slytherin Eye Shadow Palette
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