Evil Queen: elf Limited Edition Disney Villain Palette

elf has very recently released a set of 3 Disney female villains makeup palettes. This is a limited edition that I could NOT miss out on. This post is the second of three and it is showcasing the Evil Queen. You can read the first review on Cruella by clicking here. I posted here the different looks presented as tutorials in each palette.

The Evil Queen: Devious Dramatic Eyes is my favorite palette of the three…

I would never have guessed that the Evil Queen would have such luscious lashes…

These are the Day Evil eye shadows…

One Bite; Vanity; Narcissistic; Potion. ‘Vanity’ is the matte in this foursome.

The pencil that is for lips AND cheeks is a secret delight from these sets…

And here they are all carefully swatched on my wrist…

‘Vanity’ is practically the color of my flesh. ‘Potion’ is a bit crumbly and will give some fallout.

As with Cruella’s palette, the eyeliner brush is terrible and the top to the tube doesn’t seem to be properly flush, but I do like the liner itself…

These shades are for the Night Villain look…

Fairest of the Land; Majesty; Peddler’s Cloak; Poison Apple. ‘Poison Apple’ is the matte this time. The others are shimmery.  And, ‘Fairest of the Land’ has that icy/purpley/blue shift in it. A little touch of that on the center of the lips will lure in your Prince Charming!!!

The pencil for the night look is just as stunning…

Swatchy, swatchy…

‘Majesty’, the purple, is blotchy, but again, I am using just a swab to swipe the colors. A good makeup brush would make all the difference. You can see, just a bit, of ‘Fairest of the Land’ color shift. And even ‘Poison Apple’ is actually more black than the photo displays. The second photo I had to add to highlight the pencil color. It’s apple red, isn’t it?

Kayla has no problems dropping by my makeshift studio…

I love these darker, more dramatic colors. They suit the Evil Queen’s look. And if she wasn’t such a murderess, she could be a Beautiful Queen. I know her palette will play quite nicely with the other two in this collection.

Do you like the darker shadows best?