Ladies and gentlemen, it's here. Kat Von D has just given us the first official look at her upcoming Lolita palette... and it looks absolutely stunning.
Cast your minds back to May 2017, when Kat low-key revealed the existence of an upcoming Lolita palette... in an Instagram comment.
As you definitely already know, Kat Von D's Studded Kiss lipstick in Lolita has been the most popular lip color at Sephora since 2015.
Lolita is also available as an Everlasting liquid lipstick ($20, Sephora) and as a blush / eye shadow single pan combo product.
So the Lolita family is already pretty big. And this palette makes it even bigger.
So what can we expect from the INSIDE of the palette? Only time will tell — but as always, I have some guesses.
I cannot handle the fact that part of my job is literally to ~speculate wildly~ about beauty products, but here we are.
If I had to put a million dollars on this launch, I'd bet that it's going to be a Kat Von D take on a warm-neutral palette. Think Naked3, but all based around Lolita's rosy-brown instead of pale pink.
There's obviously going to be a Lolita shade of shadow — that's obvious. There will probably also be co-ordinating Lolita II and OG Lolita shades in the palette, but with the slight differences in shade enhanced to make them easily distinguishable (this would make the Lolita II shade way more orange, and the OG Lolita shade much more pink).
There will probably be a "base" shade, and it's going to be off-white. The day beauty brands learn that not everyone wants to blend to their browbone with a nearly white shadow will be a GREAT one, I'm telling you.
There will probably be a light pink-brown shade for a subtle crease and for blending.
There will be a terracotta shade.
There will probably be a deeper warm brown to REALLY take that crease to 11.
And then there's going to be a really dark shade to create smoky eyes. Maybe it'll be a red-black. Maybe it'll be the black from the Glimmer palette, but with flecks of Lolita-pink shimmer this time.
And why not dream? Let's also add a lil pop of Lolita shimmer into this palette, a la Serpentina.
How does that sound to you guys?
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