I wanted this palette, I tried to buy it 3 times and now I have it. She is finally home.
Where she belongs.
I don’t wear a lot of make up but I have been hunting for a green palette that incorporates lots of earthy tones without too many glitters.
At Forest Sight is not only a great name but it’s a beautiful palette. It suits Kristi’s aesthetic and the colours are just beautiful. I have heard lots of great things about colourpop so I didn’t mind trying them plus they are not expensive either, it’s just the shipping and taxes which is not so great!
So let’s take a look at the actual palette.
The reason why I found it so tricky is that when make up brands tackle green they always go, mints, neons and emeralds. There is normally always glitter so they are for dressier looks rather than for fun day looks.
I was looking for a more sophisticated palette and this is the one of dreams.
I love it.
This is my description of the colours:
- Puffball a warm ochre colour
- Evergreen a bit of green sparkle
- Fiddlehead a khaki green ( this colour is the one)
- Chanterelle a sunflower/ orangey yellow
- West coast okay so a little gold glitter is ok
- Emerald city a perfect mat shade
- Rainer a warm reddy brown
- Homegrown this is a mauvey reddy brown
- PNW a blue teal of earthy depths
- Old growth a pretty pink clay
- Amantia wearing it now! Love it it’s a plummy pinky red
- Let it rain the last bit of sparkle with a matte black
All the colours have depth, they are like Farrow and Ball for your eyes and I am excited about playing with them. The reason why I am so attracted to them is that they would be beautiful to paint with.
Beautiful rich earthy colours.
I have tried the greens and I am currently playing with the pinky reds. This has all my dream colours I am going to enjoy playing with it especially when I can meet up with friends again.
I am glad I didn’t buy the Charlotte Tilbury quad greens or the minty Huda beauty because this palette is the one that not only excites me but has all the colours I could possibly want.
I will let you know how I get on with the colours.