Storybook Cosmetics and Musee Beauty both released palettes around the same time that were inspired by Van Gogh’s Starry Night painting and I got a lot of requests to compare the two palettes. So we’re doing a “battle of the Van Gogh palettes” today and I’m going to share the pros and cons of each palette and also do an eye look with each of them so you can see them used in real time!Affiliate Links
Details About the Palettes
Storybook Cosmetics The Starry Night Palette // Retail Price: $60
*this product was purchased by me*
From the Brand: Our latest Storybook Palette takes on a different form of storytelling, as we attempt to convey the dark and beautiful journey of Vincent van Gogh’s “The Starry Night.” 12 Exclusive, cruelty-free shades, formulated, created, and manufactured here in the USA. Packaged in our signature, patented Storybook shaped Palette (TM) NOW WITH A STORAGE DRAWER!
Musee Beauty The Van Gogh Palette // Retail Price: $28
*this product Was Sent to Me as PR*
From the Brand: Meet the ultimate eyeshadow palette to reflect the iconic Impressionist works of Vincent Van Gogh. With five blendable, pigmented mattes and four creamy, reflective shimmers, you’ll be reaching for this work of art every day. Cruelty-free and vegan!
I am an affiliate with Musee Beauty so I have a discount code, if you plan to purchase anything from the brand — use LADYKATY at checkout and get 10% off your order!
Let’s Compare the Palettes!
I created a Youtube video where I did an eye look using each of the palettes and then went on to share all the differences and similarities between these palettes. I have time stamps in the description box of this video if you want to jump around, but if you want to stay on my website and you’re only interested in hearing the similarities and differences between the palettes (and want to skip the tutorials) then jump to 17:50.
Which Palette Do YOU Prefer?
So now that you’ve seen both palettes used (with multiple looks, if you watched my first impression videos) and you heard me go over the similarities and differences between the palettes…which Vincent Van Gogh inspired palette would you prefer? Do you own either one of these palettes? I’d love to hear what you think in the comments below!
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