Thursday, May 10, 2012

Sigma Paris Palette: Info & Swatches


Hey guys! Today I get to reveal a project that has been several months in the making, the Sigma Paris Palette! As you may remember, I took a trip to Paris last year with the brand (here and here) but it's taken until now to perfect and finalize all the elements of the project. 

I, along with 6 other amazing gurus on Youtube (xteeener, MakeupByTiffanyD, macNC40, petrilude, xsparkage, and DulceCandy87), all got to contribute our feedback into nearly every aspect of the palette from the packaging to the brushes to the shades in the palette themselves. We each were assigned a Parisian monument and creatively developed our own shade of eyeshadow based on the location. 

It's been insane trying to keep everything a secret since I wanted to wear it so many times and create tutorials for you, but at last, I get to share my pics of the actual product inspired by the City of Lights!


Inside you can see the large mirror, 8 eyeshadows, 2 blushes, highlighter, and 2 brushes included in the palette. This is quite a large palette and there is thickness to it which is unfortunate, but it accommodates the width of the brushes included.


Here's a better look at everything included. It's amazing how all the shades work together even though we each came up with our shades independently.


Lots of eye candy close ups and swatches after the jump!

Eiffel / Seine / Louvre / Orsay


Elysées / Notre Dame / Triomphe / Versailles


Rouge (blush) / Pêche (blush) / Lumiére (highlighter)


E40 Large Angled Contour Brush / E55 Eye Shading Brush


Eyeshadow Swatches
Eiffel / Seine / Louvre / Orsay / Elysées / Notre Dame / Triomphe / Versailles


Eiffel - Matte black with rainbow sparkles. Developed by Tiffany aka MakeupbyTiffanyD.
Seine - Satin navy blue. Developed collaboratively by all gurus.
Louve - Matte saturated teal. Developed by Josh aka Petrilude.
Orsay - Matte meduim green with gold flecks. Developed by Suzy aka MacNC40.
Elysées - Satin plummy brown. Developed by Dulce aka DulceCandy87.
Notre Dame - Metallic taupe. Developed by Christine aka xteeener.
Triomphe - Reddened brown with green duochrome. Developed by Jen aka frmheadtotoe (that's me!).
Versailles - White-gold with gold flecks. Developed by Leesha aka xsparkage.

Eiffel / Seine


Louvre / Orsay


Elysées / Notre Dame


Triomphe (my shade!) / Versailles


Face Powders
Rouge (blush) / Pêche (blush) / Lumiére (highlighter)


The two blushes were a very, very collaborative effort to create 2 shades that would work with every skintone. There is a plummy shade and a peachy shade as well as a gorgeous highlighter which is one of my favorite parts of the entire palette.

The Sigma Paris Palette is available now from Sigma Beauty here for $59, but with code FRMHEADTOTOE you can receive $10 off making the palette $49. The two brushes included are the same quality as their full-sized professional brushes and are worth $23.

I already plan on posting a future tutorial using the palette as well as sharing more info about the inspiration for my color, which will be coming soon. I'm super excited to share this with you since it's kind of our baby and we have been working on in secret for so long! I hope you guys check out this limited edition palette while they last! :)

Disclaimer: Sigma Paris Palette provided by Sigma Beauty for review. For more information please see my Disclosure Policy.




62 comments:

  1. THIS LOOKS ABSOLUTELY AMAZING! The eyeshadows look so beautiful, definitely have to purchase this!

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  2. loving the blues and the bronzes. !!
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  3. The Package is so cute and I love the colours :-)
    I think that I have to try it :-)

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  4. Wow, very nice palette!
    Looking forward to your tutorial videos :)
    Your color is my favorite!!! It's like MAC Club but better :) Can you compare those two?

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  5. I'm loving d'orsay and triomphe but what is sigma makeup quality like?

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  6. haha funny, i just thought that triomphe was the most beautiful shade..and then i read that it was the color you created! :)) niiiiiice

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  7. OMG I saw this palette some days ago by TiffanyD and I was just waiting soo bad for you to post it too! Thank you! ^^

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  8. oh i had a feeling you either developed notre dame or triomphe :P the colours all look amazing and pigmented! I will wait for your tutorials to decide if I should purchase this or not! :D

    Laura x

    demure-porcelain.blogspot.com

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  9. oh wow...looks great!doesn't seems like chalky!

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  10. OMG!!!!!!!!!!! I need this immediately!!!!!! I can't wait to see you do some tutorials with it!

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  11. Wowww the colors and shades are amazing!! The entire palette is so nice! :D

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  13. I saw this on YouTube the other day and wanted it so bad... too bad im flat broke after my recent Ulta spree. I cant wait to see the looks you do with it!

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  14. Very pretty! ^^ Congratulations on the great work! Not sure if this will come to Malaysia - will look forward to it still! ^^

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  15. Beautiful collaboration -- box, colors, names! And so awesome you got to go to Paris!!! Jealous! I shouldn't add another palette to my collection but this one is surely at the top of my list!!! Nice brushes!!!!!

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  16. Love Love Love the palette! Great work =) I am in love with seine!

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  17. I love how each of the eye shadows correspond to each of your personalities and eyeshadow tastes :D congratulations on the collaboration Jen!

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  18. Gorgeous palette! I love the combination of the colors :) Everything looks so pigmented!

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  19. Great shades and gorgeous palette!

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  20. all the shades are so pretty and the packaging is super cute!

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  21. Congrats!! Love the shades and the packaging, really captures Paris!

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  22. The shades are all so pretty! Think I might get this :)

    xo

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  23. This palette is so gorgeous! I love your Triomphe--blue shades within brown. Nice contrast! Congrats on such a cool partnership.

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  24. The palette is so cute! I love how it looks like a post card :)

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    joanne♥choi

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  25. goodness gracious! those pigments are hot.
    not sure if i could pull off any type of blue eyeshadow, but i;d try with this pallette. :)

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  26. Loving this palatte!!
    I def want to get it, but i have so many eye shadows! DO you have any coupon codes for sigma for me if i want to get a brush set? is there one you recommend?

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    1. If you want, you can go here http://bit.ly/tYs9c4 and use code GLAM2012 to get 10% off your order through May. :)

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  27. Your shades looks kinda like a duo chrome, it reminded me of a R&R eyeshadow you showed on one of your haul videos. It's so very pretty. Seriously, congratulations Jen, you so deserve this and more. Keep up what you're doing because it's going to take you really far ♥

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  28. Triomphe is very very you! ^_^ Congratulations on this big project!

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  29. I WANT THIS SO MUCH. I was looking at Sigma's Angled Contour brush - and it comes with the amazing shades in this palette? It's a pity shipping to Australia costs $20.

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  30. From the time I saw this, I thougth it was a beautiful palette! I was wondering why you all had went to Paris, very sneaky of them, but I love the outcome! I'd have to say if I were to pick my four favourites, it'd have to be Eiffel, Seine, Triomphe, Versailles. They're really nice, especially the last two. I could see myself wearing Triomphe all over my lid and Versailles for a bright highlight.

    It is amazing how well all the colours came together, thought they were developed individually. You all did a great job! Congrats!
    xoxo

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  31. i love this new pallete, the names are so catchy! i think this is much better than Naked.. :P
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  32. awesome palette!! :)

    shiningalanys.blogspot.com

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  33. So excited to finally have a look at this palette! So glad you colab'd with Sigma!

    ps. also a beauty blogger as well :)
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  34. At first I wasn't really amazed by it but when I saw it here, I was like omgie I wanna order that NOW! I love the combination of Elysees and Notre Dame!

    check out my beauty blog at royalsoiree.blogspot.com

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  35. wow...really amazing.... I really liked the swatches..:) I am waiting for my palette to reach my hands..Waiting for your tutorial dear:))

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  36. I've told myself I'm not going to acquire any more eye shadows, because I don't use the ones I own. However, I love anything to do with Paris, and this palette comes with brushes...Will I be able to resist? ... I hope so =]

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  37. Your color looks eerily similar to the green/burgundy one in the wet&wild comfort/elf night palette. Is that where you pulled some of your inspiration?

    Liking the palette. Loving the brushes, especially the blush brush.

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  38. I ended up ordering it right away. Since I live in Tokyo, the shipping was about $17.00; $10 off was definitely nice :) I cannot wait to receive the product and review your tutorial soon!!

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  39. This is so gorgeous, Jen! I love all the shades and the packaging you guys came up with. Must have been such a great experience :)

    xo, alison*elle

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  40. OMG love all of the colors! All of you did an amazing job! I really love your color, Jen. I feel like it's similar to the Rock & Republic shade...I think it was called snakebite or something like that. Anyways, LOVE LOVE LOVE! I would totally buy it if I had the money. I know this palette is Limited Edition, but is it possible to do a giveaway for this palette??

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  41. What an amazing collaboration. The colors are so fabulous! You guys did a really great job on it. I actually just found your blog, it's so great!

    xoxo,
    Suzie Q
    www.StyleCueBySuzieQ.com

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  42. Haha! I was looking at the palette on Sigma website & knew the duochrome shade would be yours! I've been a little obsessed with duochrome shadows since your W&W Night Elf tutorial, but haven't gotten round to purchasing W&W Comfort Zone yet. It's hard to get in Aus!
    Nice work on the palette, it's lovely :)

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  43. this palette is a-ma-zing jen! u guys should be so proud i have ordered mine already its so beautiful and i can honestly say i would use every colour in it!
    http://allthingsbeautybytiarni.blogspot.com.au/

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  44. the packaging and shades look amazing! can't wait to buy it!

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  45. Thank you for the code Jen. I love the swatches. Can't wait for your tutorial! Hopefully it'll be something that's versatile enough that I can wear during the day as well!

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  46. i think it is really cool that you were all able to contribute and make this such a wonderful collaborative effort. i think there a lot of colors here that should be able to appeal to everyone.

    <3 rae

    http://www.loveforschoolgirl.net/

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  47. That looks like it'd be perfect to take along on trips. You guys really did a great job!

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  48. Another palette that I still have to save up for (>.<) .. the colors look very refreshing. Great jobs to all whom contributed in making this palette♥


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  49. Heyyy Jen! I don't usually comment here but I've been following your blog for almost 3 yrs I guess. I'm from India and the review of your Sigma Paris Pallet was done on one of the best makeup sites of India.

    I was just sooo happy! Like "Oooooh I read her blog!! Jen's my fav!" Here's the link: http://makeupandbeauty.com/sigma-limited-edition-paris-palette/

    P.S.- I loooved it personally. I love your style in general. It's very much like my personal taste.

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  50. I really looks nice, good job
    Well, I was guessing which color could be yours and I thought Notre Dame or Elysées, hahahaha, I was completely wrong ;)

    I am curious why Triomphe looks grey in the pallete and on the swatch so duochromish?

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  51. What an amazing experience! I love how these shadows look and I already adore Sigma brushes, this is a major win :).

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  52. ordered! thank you so much for the discount code :) I can't wait to play around with this palette!

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  53. This is such a lovely palette! Good job to all those who contributed to make this palettet♥ .. Thanks Jen for sharing ☺ .. Gonna start to save up for this (>.<)!

    prinnyboutique.blogspot.com

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  54. Hi I know that you already said the brush included in the palette is the same quality as the regular brush ( f40) but are they the same size ?

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  55. OMG I LOVE this....and I LOVE Paris to Im a total french things addict haha:)
    I really like your blog and I will happily follow.

    If you want some swedish decor inspiration, you can check out my blog:)
    Have a great week.

    LOVE Maria at inredningsvis.se
    (Sweden)

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  56. Well, I have ordered this palette together with some brushes based on your reviews. They arrived today to Hong Kong and I was so excited to see the products. Unfortunately, the two brushes from the palette were missing. I know you might say it is a good value, but it left me slightly underwhelmed. Sorry, I am spoilt for years of using top Japanese brands. The palette is made in China and only assembled in the US. The package has a weird factory smell.

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