Lime Crime Sun Kissed palette review. The perfect face palette for summer?

Hello Bee’s, I hope you’re all doing well with everything that is going on in the world right now. Everyone deserves a medal when we come out of this year. It’s my birthday this weekend and I never thought I’d have one in quarantine that’s for sure and the weather is set to be raining!

Luckily we have had so much beautiful weather to see us through in general and in today’s post I will be reviewing a product that’s so perfect for your summer makeup collection.

I have really been getting into face palettes this year and have so many on my wish list, The Lime Crime Sunkissed Face Palette contains six mix and match shades in neutral and bright.

Lime Crime never fail to amaze me with their packaging designs, always so bold and beautiful and the yellow and chrome print goes so well with the summer vibes. This palette has a mirror on the inside of the flip top lid which makes it perfect for travelling. The box is super sturdy and I’m rather impressed with the huge pan sizes and you’re definitely getting value for money.

As mentioned above this palette contains six shades and I want to talk through all of them and how they performed for me.

Salty– This medium matte bronzing shade is perfect for my skin tone for added some depth when I’ve got some added colour from the sun. I found this blended into the skin really well and didn’t look too dry or patchy. I often opt for a cream product to add depth to my skin for that reason so was glad to see it didn’t look muddy on my face. This shade will be too dark for me in the winter and is a fully matte formula without glitter.

Golden Hour- This is a yellow gold shimmer meant for use as a highlighter, this shade is so beautiful and has a finely milled formula so blends into the skin very well. Sadly this shade is far too yellow for me as it it leaves a yellow cast on my highlighted areas. This will be great as a eyeshadow though as it’s super pigmented.

Sun Daze- This is a champagne pink shimmer highlight which after swatching, slowly realised that this palette is catered for deeper skin tones. This like the shade above left a dark pink cast on the skin so isn’t suited as a highlight for me. Again the shine and pigmented is incredible when it hits the light.

Sizzle– This bright orange matte blush is my favourite shade out of the six. It’s super pigmented and I don’t own anything like it in my collection. I suggest using sparingly to avoid looking like a clown like i did the first time I used this! When used with a light hand this looked really pretty on the skin. This also doubles up as a gorgeous eyeshadow if you like to wear a monochrome eye and blush look.

Malibu– This pink shimmer blush was another of my favourites in this palette, it has tiny light golden flecks. This looks super pretty on the skin when used on the apples of my cheeks sparingly. I love the finely milled smooth formula which applies very well on the skin.

Bask- The last shade is a brown shimmering bronzer, sadly this was far to dark for use on my skin so I will be using this as an eyeshadow. This is super pigmented and blends out perfectly into the skin.

Overall I really like this palette and think this will be perfect for those with deeper skin tones. Sadly I’ll have to repurpose the shades that were far to dark for me as eyeshadows and they don’t sell a lighter alternative. This palette costs £46 and can be found here.

What do you think of this palette? What’s your favourite face palette? Let me know in the comments below!

Thanks for reading,

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