The Tokidoki Robbery Palette comes in a really cool large metal box, decorated with adorable characters.
Inside you will find three eyeshadow palettes which each include 4 eyeshadows and a blush or bronzer.
I love the idea of the packaging, it’s super cute, though it is on the big side.
Back of plastic container palette comes in
Front of palette box
Inside palette box
Three palettes: Arlecchino, The Royal Pride, Rapina
Under each eyeshadow palette
Arlecchino has some nice, bright colors. Soya is a lime green. Candy Cane is white. Ninja Dog is a purple/blue. Meteo is a dark blue.
They all felt very soft and nice, but not quite as pigmented as the other two palettes in this set.
Momobella is the blush and it’s a very pretty pale pink/peach with gold shimmer. Beautiful color and my favorite one of the blushes in this set.
Royal Pride front
Royal Pride back
Royal Pride is an amazing palette! Lion Pappa is a copper/gold. Savana is a bright warm yellow. Ercolino is a bright orange. Bulletto is a deep chocolate brown.
All four of these were incredibly pigmented and soft as butter. I was super impressed with them, of the whole set these are the best shadows.
Royal Pride is a bronzer that is a fairly light, warm bronze/peach color. I think I can actually pull this one off because it’s not too dark.
Rapina features mostly darker shades. Liberty is a deep mossy green. Bullets is a saturated light blue/silver. LA Gun is a deep blue/green. Adios is a jet black with some tiny glitter.
These, like the Royal Pride colors were extremely pigmented and applied very easily. I especially love Liberty and LA Gun.
Polpettina is the blush that comes with it and it’s a medium pink with silver glitter.
I think this set overall is a really great one. I am most impressed with Royal Pride and Rapina for eyeshadows, but liked the blush in Arlecchino the best. Considering it’s only $49.00 for 12 eyeshadows and 2 blushes and 1 bronzer (a $140 value), I think that’s a good deal. Especially because the shadows felt very nice, not like they skimped on quality just to sell a large box-set.
Another kind of cool thing, which I didn’t even think about until I read what Sephora said about the palette, was if you wanted to keep one or two of them and give one away, or whatever, it would be great for that also!
How do you feel about this set?