BH Cosmetics Galaxy Chic Palette | Review

I normally don't rush to buy products as soon as I see them, but I saw this palette on Instagram recently and I searched and ordered it straight away. It's the BH Cosmetics Galaxy Chic palette, I love it so much as all the eye shadow shades are based and inspired by planets. If anyone knows me, they'll know that I love astrology and the stars, I'm so fascinated and intrigued by them, and this palette is just captures the sky so beautifully. I'm pretty sure this is the prettiest palette I own, in my opinion.


I've never tried any BH Cosmetic products before, but I'm always up for trying new brands. I don't tend to stick to the same things, unless they're amazing staples. As I've mentioned before, the palette is based off the planets and astrology. The cover of the palette isn't that exciting or amazing but it's what's on the inside that matters. Plus it's always a bonus when a palette comes with its own mirror, makes things so much easier, especially on the go. The palette contains eighteen shimmery eyeshadow shades, which makes sense as the sky and stars shine. I love how the shades fit their names so well, and that the palette contains a good variety of colours, all very wearable, some more for nights out than others. 

   

Some of my favourite shades are Milky Way, which is a lilac with light pink and white swirls throughout, it's literally so pretty. Also Asteroid and Mercury which are similarly mixed shades that are just so aesthetically pleasing, with various colours shooting through them. Meteor, Electra and Sun are my other favourites and ones I've probably worn the most. 


   

The quality and pay-off of these shadows is incredible, they're strongly pigmented, and very dramatic and shimmery, yet easily blend-able. They blend and come off the brush gently and easily, a little definitely goes a long way. They're both creamy and chalky, and just the right amount of shimmer. It's not crazy glittery, but the shimmer looks so cool under lights and when your eyes are closed, but it's not too intense for during the day. Although, some shades are more shimmery than others. I love the mix of pale and dark colours too, they go well together and it's prefect to bring for any occasion. 

Shades above are Sun, Jupiter, Prometheus, Aphrodite, Milky Way, and Cosmic.  

Shades above are Saturn, Venus, Meteor, Comet, Earth, and Neptune. 

Shades above are Mercury, Mars, Asteroid, Electra, Moon, and Pluto.

Overall, I love this palette, both to look at and to wear. I think if I were to design a palette, it would be something like this. I really love the theme and the colours that were chosen, plus the colours last a long time without smudging or fading, I'd highly recommend this palette.
What do you guys think of this palette? Have you tried it or any BH Cosmetics products before? 

8 comments

  1. Wow this palette is amazing, I have defiantly been looking for a palette that has different ranges in colors. The only palette I have from BHCosmetics is the Carli Bybel Palette that I highly recommend.

    Samara // themarshallwardrobe.blogspot.com

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    1. This has every shade you could want! And that one sounds fab - I'll definetly be looking more into their products after this! xx

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  2. This looks like the only colorful palette you will every need! Such pretty marbled shades x

    Beauty From Katie

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    1. Marbled shades have a special place in my heart! And I've been living out of it at the moment! xx

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  3. This palette is gorgeous, I've honestly never heard of it before!

    Lauren x Huggled

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  4. This palette is amazing! Such a fun and creative idea. I'd never heard of it but now I'm desperate to get my hands on it, so pretty.

    The Makeup Directory

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  5. LEIGH!!

    This palette is so incredibly creative! Look at all that shimmer!

    You should post a look inspired by 'earth' or 'saturn' etc. I'm sure that would be a lot of fun!

    Steph
    www.socialspying.com

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