J.Cat Beauty Suzie Sparkling Cream Palette Review

 J.Cat Beauty says "Sparkle is everyone's best friend! Give yourself a healthy dosage of sparkle with the cream palette that comes in a variety of complementing colors. The creamy texture allows the sparkle to be applied easily with an applicator to your face." J.Cat offers their Sparkling Cream Palette in twelve color schemes - my review is for Suzie. These palettes contain 3 grams (.1 oz) and sell for $4.99. I received this product in an Ipsy Bag. J.Cat Beauty does not test on animals. This product was made in China.

 The Sparkling Cream Palette is a thin, elongated black palette that flips open. The J.Cat logo and product name are printed on the front of the palette in white lettering. The back of the palette ofers the shade name and ingredient list. Opening up the palette reveals a single row of give square pans filled with glitter cream. A well with two sponge tip applicators lies before the product. Packaging is recyclable.
 Oh glitter cream palettes - gotta love these awful, awful things. They're all laughably terrible - J.Cat's included. These glitter creams have a vaseline like base, loaded with chunky glitter. J.Cat warns users to be quite careful when applying these glitter bombs to the eye area. Applying J.Cat's Sparkling Creams are extremely difficult, if not impossible, to apply in an even layer. Whether you use the included sponge tips, a brush, or your fingers - they all just kinda smear about. If used on the eye, these creams crease immediately, but I'm happy to report that there's no fallout involved. The glitter adheres to non-mobile skin well, but the waxy base never dries down fully so it'll move if rubbed.
 Shade 1 is a mid sized bright, warm gold glitter. This glitter applies very unevenly.
 Shade 2 is made up of small, orange copper glitter. Shade 2 has a glossy finish and applies more evenly than the other four shades.
 Shade three is a mix of mid-sized antique gold and silver glitter. My personal favorite in the palette.
 Shade 4 is a small, gold glitter, far less warm toned than Shade 1 and smaller in size.
Shade 5 is a fine, warm copper glitter that applies decently. 
Nope. I don't need J.Cat's Sparkling Glitter Cream Palette in my life and neither do you. We're all adults here and don't need to smear greasy glitter over ourselves. I don't recommend this, or any glitter cream palette. Ever. 

Ceresine Wax, Paraffin Wax, Hydrogenated Coco-Glycerides, Mineral Oil, Silica Dimethyl Silylate, 2-Ethylhexyl Palmitate, 1-Butene, Homopolymer, Phenoxyethanol, Methylparaben, Ethylparaben, Mica 

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  1. I don't understand why brands keep making these...just awful.

  2. Ugh, I'm still trying to get rid of mine. I never opened it up because I read reviews and saw how awful they were. I may just throw it away, but I hate to throw stuff away lol

    Des | Simple Charm Beauty

    1. I hate throwing things away too, but this palette deserves it!

  3. But the kitty on the front is pretty n.n