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BH Cosmetics - 120 Color 4th Edition Palette [Review+Swatches+Makeup Looks]

A palette with gorgeous color selection, amazing pigmentation and dazzling shades, is what I was looking for. Are you looking for a palette which has these qualities? BH Cosmetics 120 colors - 4th Edition Palette is the one you should try. Read the review, see the swatches and makeup looks to know more about this palette.

Product Overview:
Yes, we've done it again! This breathtaking, new version of the top-selling 120 Color Palette has a tantalizing twist: it's all shimmer shadows! Delightful, surprising hues, such as glittery pinks, sparkly lavenders, and vibrant, desert oranges swirl amid glimmery greens, sun-flecked yellows, swimming pool blues, and metallic mauves. As always, the brilliant shimmer-shades in this double- tray palette (in the traditional sleek, black case) are silky-soft, sumptuous, and long-lasting.
Price: $34.95 - PKR 3,170.

My Experience:
This palette caught my eyes, the day it was launched. A palette consisting of two trays, with gorgeous color selection, from sparkling dazzling pinks and silver to beautiful dark greens and blues. The color arrangement in this palette is eye catching. Unlike other palettes by BH Cosmetics, this palette has mixed colors and is not arranged according to colors going from light to dark. They are all shimmery shades, which I personally like about BH Cosmetics palettes.  
Almost all the colors are extremely pigmented, except two or three, which are light colors; they are little less pigmented or I should say, you have to work with it in order to build up the color. As they are light, they show up a little light. I am in love with the highlighting shades and darker shades in this palette. The color payoff is uh-mazing! It doesn't crease or fade away. As they are shimmery, they are not chalky at all. I was expecting fall outs, because they are shimmery, but, I must say, there was little fall out. I noticed that with wet brushes, there was hardly any fall out.
120 color palette has slightly bigger pans than 88 color palettes. Still, for some and even if I will use it (which I did), the palette will last you very long. You can see my 88 color palette which I bought almost 10 months back and see how much I used it. Below you can see the comparison of both the palettes.
You can see, some of the colors are almost same. This palette does not have more of neutral shades skin tone colors, which 88 cool shimmer palette has. It has gorgeous blues, greens (I love the dark green in this palette), browns, pinks, yellows, golds, silver and many more. It doesn't have a blackest black color. The one which this palette has is more like dark grey-black, which is not too intense. So, you have to buy one single black color if you will buy this palette. 
This palette is more sturdy then the 88 color palette. The trays are sturdy too. The palette comes with a plastic foil wrap, to take care of the finger prints on  the shiny/glossy plastic lid.
Below are the swatches of every single color, according to the line. You can see the pigmentation of the color, because I have not used any primer or eye shadow base under the swatch.

Swatches of the colors from the first-top tray, in order from the top line:
Swatches of the colors from the second-lower tray, in order from the top line:
The second from the left - GREEN is my favorite color of this palette.
My favorite Line from the palette, with all the warm colors.
This palette has both warm and cool shimmer colors. This palette has perfect lid colors, crease colors and highlight colors. You can create neutral/day time looks, fun looks, dramatic looks and much more. If you are a makeup artist, this is a very handy palette and that is why I am really happy to have it in my collection.

The looks I created:
Without Flash
With Flash
For the first look, I have used silver grey, medium blue and black from this palette and white-silver as a highlighter.You can pair up this look with a nice pink lipstick.
In the second look, I have used all the warm colors like, taupe, light brown, dark brown and dull gold. You can pair up this look with BH Cosmetics lipgloss 80's Diva or Girls Night Out. [Review]

- Amazing pigmentation.
- Does not crease or fade away.
- Great color payoff.
- Blends easily.
- Worth the money.

- Does not have a BLACKEST black color and a skin tone natural color.

All in all, I am in love with this palette because of the color selection and pigmentation. I am very glad to have this palette in my makeup collection.

You can get one for yourself from BH Cosmetics Website - [HERE]
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Do you own this palette? Do you like it? Share your experience.


Disclaimer: This is a PR sample sent to me for review, but this in no way change my views . The review is my honest opinion after using the product.

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