I got some makeup palettes from my family on my birthday. One of the palettes I received is this tokidoki Robbery Palette from Sephora (thanks Ma! ). The palette comes in the adorable keepsake tin shown below. The tokidoki heart and bones logo on the center is actually a magnet.
Inside the tin, there’s a decorative mirror on the back of the lid (I say “decorative” because it’s more of a fun house mirror that I wouldn’t use to apply the makeup, but it’s still a cute addition to the tin). There are three separate makeup palettes that are removable. Each palette comes with four eye shadow colors and one blush or bronzer.
From left to right, these are the names of the palettes and what comes with each (most colors are limited edition, except for the names marked with a * — those with a * are also currently available on tokidoki’s permanent makeup line at Sephora):
- Royal Pride Palette – eye shadows in Lion Pappa, Savana*, Ercolino, and Bulletto*; bronzer in Royal Pride*
- Arlecchino Palette – eye shadows in Soya*, Candy Cane, Ninja Dog, and Meteo; blush in Momobella
- Rapina Palette – eye shadows in Liberty, Bullets, LA Gun, and Adios; blush in Polpettina
Here are the swatches in the same order as you see them positioned inside the tin:
Overall, I really like the colors that comes with this set since there are definitely some unique shades. My favorites are the shimmery neon green “Soya”, the frosty copper “Lion Papa”, the shimmery gold “Savana”, and the metallic silver “Bullets”. I was surprised that most of the eye shadows were pigmented and didn’t fade by the end of the day, because I’ve found that sometimes when the packaging is really cute, the product quality takes a hit. There are only two things I would’ve liked to be better — 1. the “Candy Cane” white eye shadow in the middle palette has a lot of chunky glitter that could fall out if you’re not careful applying it and 2. the lack of highlight colors in the palette. Below is an EOTD using the middle palette, where I attempted to use only the four eye shadow colors it came with. The blue and green eye shadows are gorgeous colors that I’d most likely use with other non-tokidoki eye shadows instead of “Candy Cane” (which is on the highlight and center lower lid to inner corner).
The Robbery Palette is a $140 value — with a total of 12 eye shadows, 1 bronzer, 2 blushes, a magnet, and a collectible tin. It was originally $49, but now that it’s after Christmas you can get it for $39! My favorite of the three palettes that it comes with is the Royal Pride Palette — I love all the colors this one comes with! I came up with a makeup look using everything from the Royal Pride Palette, so keep an eye out for that!
Did you get any makeup over the holidays?