Undone Beauty Curator Eye Palette in Soft Review

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Undone Beauty has quickly become one of my favorite brands, especially when it comes to eyeshadow. Their formula is one of the best I’ve ever tried and they’re so affordable. I have reviewed their Curator Eye Palette in Soul and today it’s time to talk about my favorite (so far), the Curator Eye Palette in Soft.

⭐️Some Undone Beauty products are only available at Ulta and others are only available on the Undone Beauty website. This palette is available from only the Undone Beauty website, at this time.

⭐️⭐️If you notice that some of these pictures are cropped oddly, it’s because my phone crashed and I had to use pictures from my Instagram.

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The Curator Eye Palette in Soft is $14.00. It contains ten shades; two mattes, one chunky metallic and seven shimmers/metallics. All of the shadows can be used wet or dry. With that, let’s talk pros and cons!

😄Pros:

  • If you love shimmery gorgeous shadows, this is the palette for you. The Undone Beauty eyeshadows are my favorite right now, primarily because of their shimmers. Swatches just don’t do them justice.
  • This eyeshadow formula contains castor oil. That makes them not only hydrating but also very creamy and easy to blend.
  • My current makeup style is more of a simple look and this palette is PERFECT for that. All of the shades blend so easily that you can put one on the lid, blend it up into the crease and be done.
  • I absolutely love this color story. The name of the palette may be Soft but these shadows can be so vibrant, if you choose to wear them that way.
  • The fallout is very minimal, with one exception that I’ll talk about below.
  • The fifth shade on the left is a beautiful green/gold duochrome. Most of the metallics have some kind of shift that makes them really unique.

😣Cons:

  • I HATE the layout of this palette. The rectangles are big enough for fingers or brushes but you do have to be careful. I would be so much happier if they were spaced but this layout does create a more compact, travel friendly palette.
  • The packaging is cheap plastic that could be easily broken.
  • I did notice creasing with these shadows if I didn’t use a primer. I assume that’s due to the castor oil and more creamy formula.
  • The fourth shade on the right is a beautiful, but chunky, metallic teal. It creates a TON of fallout and is best used wet.

Swatches & Shade Descriptions:

These eyeshadows do not have names or shade descriptions on the website so I will describe them to the best of my ability. I’ll be going from left to right. This photo was taken with flash to show off the sparkle. 

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  • First Left- matte pinky cream
  • Second Left- metallic icy white
  • Third Left- metallic icy pink
  • Fourth Left- metallic taupe with icy pink undertones
  • Fifth Left- metallic gold to green duochrome
  • First Right- metallic copper
  • Second Right- metallic taupe brown
  • Third Right- metallic teal with a slight gold shift
  • Fourth Right- chunky metallic teal; not a glitter but very flaky
  • Fifth Right- matte black with teal undertones

Eyeshadow Looks:

I created five looks using this palette. I almost always use an eyeshadow primer and set my primer with a cream or white colored shade, which this palette does contain. I will be using the names I gave the shades above to describe which ones I used.

I love every shade in this palette but the one I used on my lids for this look is one of my absolute favorites.

  1. I set my primer with the First Left shade.
  2. I applied the Second Right shade all over my lid.
  3. I applied the Fourth Left shade over the inner part of my lid.
  4. I applied the Third Left shade in my inner corner and on my brow bone.
  5. I lined my water line with the Fourth Right shade.
  6. I smudged the Fifth Right shade on my lower lash line.

This look is very similar to the one I did above but I like it slightly more. I mentioned it in my Summer Date Night Essentials post not too long ago because this is the kind of easy look I love to do when I’m going out. I did use the L.A. Girl Shockwave Eyeliner in Blackout on my water line.

  1. I set my primer with the First Left shade.
  2. I applied the Second Right shade all over my lid.
  3. I applied the Third Left shade in my inner corner and on my brow bone.
  4. I smudged the Fifth Right shade on my lower lash line.

This look was the simplest one that I created but honestly, looks like these are what I wear most often.

  1. I set my primer with the First Left shade.
  2. I applied the Third Left shade on my lid.
  3. I applied the Second Left shade in my inner corner and on my brow bone.

This look is pure teal goodness and I’m very happy with how it turned out.

  1. I set my primer with the First Left shade.
  2. I blended the Third Right shade into my crease. This shade is also on my water line.
  3. I blended the Fifth Right shade into the deepest part of my crease and applied it onto the outer part of my lid. I also smudged it on my lower lash line.
  4. I applied the Fourth Right shade all over my lid.
  5. I applied the Fifth Left shade in my inner corner.
  6. I applied the Second Left shade on my brow bone.

I think this look might be my favorite that I created. I did use the Moira Beauty Lucent Cream Shadow in Saturn in my inner corner and on the inner part of my lid, though. It’s a very similar color to the green/gold duochrome shade in this palette.

  1. I set my primer with the First Left shade.
  2. I applied the First Right shade all over my lid.
  3. I applied the Fourth Right shade on my inner lid and smudged it on my lower lash line.
  4. I applied the Fifth Left shade in my inner corner and on my brow bone.
  5. I lined my water line with the Third Right shade.

Brushes Used:

If you are curious about any of the other products on my face, you can find these looks in my recent posts on Instagram.

Final Thoughts:

I love this palette just as much as I did the Soul Palette, if not more. The color story is so unique and has a lot of versatility. I have many more products to review from this brand so keep an eye out for that. Let me know if you’ve tried anything from Undone Beauty and what you thought. Thanks for reading and have a great day!

5 thoughts on “Undone Beauty Curator Eye Palette in Soft Review

  1. oliveunicorn says:

    Beautiful shades ! My favorite was the teal eye look. Also I wonder if a sticky eye primer or glitter glue would help stop creasing . Give the castor oil something to bond too . Sounds like the formula would be great for those with dry eyelids.

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