Review: Heimish Dailism Eye Palette (Cozy Coral)

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Hello world! I know I said I wasn't going to do any more beauty posts for a while but in my defense, I hauled this a long time ago and just got around to taking photos and swatches...

Today I have my review of the Heimish Dailism Eye Palette in Cozy Coral which I have been absolutely in love with ever since I got it in the mail. I picked this up from Yesstyle a while ago and you can check out some other things I got in my haul post


I first heard of Heimish from one of my favorite beauty YouTubers Meejmuse after she raved about the palettes and I knew I wanted to get my hands on them one day (that was maybe one year ago...) The palette originally retails on Yesstyle for anywhere between $25-$35 dollars depending on the shade but they're usually on sale as I picked up this one for $17.41 


The palette comes with 8 beautiful eye shadows, a mirror (of course), and a dual ended brush. The case is a sleek black plastic with the brand name written on top in rose gold. I absolutely love the packaging of everything and my only complaint would be that the mirror/top of the case doesn't open completely. I personally find it hard to use the mirror at this angle so I usually end up using a different one.


Like I mentioned above, there are 8 shades:
Top Row (L-R): Hyacinth (Matte), Orange Flower (Satin), Cotton Plant (Satin), Amaryllis (Glitter)
Bottom Row (L-R): Gerbera (Matte), Magic Lily (Metallic), Yellow Rose (Glitter), Cymbidium (Matte)


Out of all the shades, Gerbera (#5) is probably the least pigmented as for the swatch I had to go over it 3x to get some sort of color. It's a very soft baby pink which goes great for a base but isn't very visible by itself. My personal favorites within the palette have to be Amaryllis (#4) and Yellow Rose (#7). They might not look super pigmented in the swatch but they are absolutely gorgeous glitter shades that are perfect as an accent color on the lids or on the aegyosal area. 


Suffice it to say, I love this palette so much and after trying this one out, I'm set on picking up at least a couple other colors. The eyeshadows are all super soft to the touch and the glitter ones even border buttery. For the original price, I would say it's definitely worth the money but I'll probably wait till the colors I want go on sale... 

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