BPerfect Cosmetics Clientele Palette Review
Updated: Dec 12, 2021
Hey guys! I’m back with another review. This time I’m bringing you some BPerfect Cosmetics magic with a review on their palette called the “Clientele Palette” which was a collaboration with the makeup artist Jah. I’m a huge fan of both Bperfect and Jah so I was definitely going to get my hands on this palette one way or another.
If you’re not familiar with this brand, they are a cosmetics line based out of the UK and they are known for their super intense pigments. The palette that made them famous was their Carnival palette which was a beautiful rainbow palette. I, myself, invested in this palette and it is hands down one of my favorites. The pigmentation is unlike anything I’ve tried and they blend out so smoothly without losing saturation.
If you’re not familiar with Jah, she is a phenomenal makeup artist from Sydney, Australia. I first found out about her through her YouTube channel, which I highly recommend you check out. She does such unique looks and isn’t afraid of a bold eye. I will say, I was a little bitter because she left her channel for about a year but once her collaboration came out she was back in action! She’s always pretty active on her Instagram with her makeovers on her clients so that’s always a good place to follow her artistry too.
So without further ado, let me tell you what I thought of their Clientele Palette!
Price: $46.95 USD Where to buy: BPerfectCosmetics.com Cruelty-Free: Yes Sponsored: No All images are taken in natural lighting to try and get the most accurate color depiction!
Anytime I get a palette that has the colors and names on the backing of its packaging, it instantly goes up in my book as a good palette. I don’t know why but I just think it’s so useful, and if you ever do YouTube videos where you need to mention the names of the eyeshadow colors you’re using as you go, this is so great because you don’t need to flip your palette over you can just look at the packaging.
As you can see on the front, the typography of the word ‘Palette’ has a reflective sparkle finish on the light peachy nude-toned palette. I thought this was very reminiscent of Jah herself because although she can punch out some great neutral looks, she always has a little bit of a kick to her artistry as well.
Another thing I love in a palette is when the eyeshadow colors have the names underneath the shadows inside! So not only do you get the names on the backing but also inside (which is also great if you’re a YouTuber and you need to remember what shade you’re using)! I also love the little detail of the sparkly font that was on the front of the packaging traveling to the inside with the use of the lines by the mirror. Which reminds me, you get a mirror! Love a palette with a mirror because it makes it so much easier to take with you when you’re traveling!
This is a palette with a mix of neutrals with a couple of wild cards in there, like the shade ‘minx.’ I love how versatile this palette is and how, even though these are neutral shadows, you probably don’t have these in your collection. These are much richer and darker than the average neutral browns that come in a makeup palette. Not to mention, you’re also getting some berries in there which you won’t normally find in a neutral-toned palette even though berries can definitely be pulled off as neutrals for everyday makeup looks.
Now, I can see myself using the shade ‘kiwi hard’ which is that pop of green in there, but I know some people might look at that and be like, “what am I supposed to do with this?” And I totally get it. There aren’t any other greens in the palette that are part of that same teal-ish family so this might be hard to blend out unless you have another palette to use with it. It does seem a little bit random, but I think this is a great pop of color you can add to a neutral look without being overwhelming. Same for the sparkly purple in this palette.
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