Harry Potter-Inspired Eyeshadow Palette // Review

I know I’m a bit late to the Wizardry and Witchcraft Palette train, but I finally got my hands on this beauty and (as an embarrassingly huge Harry Potter fan) I’m so excited!

For those who might not know, this palette is by Storybook Cosmetics, a wonderful company that makes beautiful, cruelty-free fiction-inspired make up and tools – you can get matching wand shaped make up brushes SWEET LORD.

This particular eyeshadow palette, as you can probably tell from the title, is inspired by Harry Potter! The colours are magical, as are the names (Bewitched, Merlin, Potions, etc). I don’t think I’ve ever been so excited to get my hands on a make up product before.

The first thing I want to comment on his how stunning the packaging is. Storybook Cosmetics really put so much love and detail into the design. It all comes in a material bag with their logo on the front (I can’t decide whether I’ll keep the palette inside it, or re-use it for storing other loose bits and pieces!) and a protective sleeve over the front that replicates the front of the palette.

Storybook 1

The palette is designed to look like a book, which I think is a clever nod to the brand name. I also received a Storybook Cosmetics bookmark with my purchase which again I think is a lovely touch.

Speaking practically, the lid is magnetic which I love, and has a big mirror on the inside – you have my eternal love for this! I don’t have a lot of palettes, but the ones I do own don’t have a mirror, or at least a mirror of this size so that had me extra excited when I saw it.

Now, into the quality of the eyeshadow itself.

I can’t say I’ve used all the colours. In fact, I have only used 3 – Sorcerer, Bewitched and Charms – but based off these I am wholly in love. The glittery colours aren’t at all gritty which I have found with some shimmery eyeshadows before, and they are all so pigmented. A small amount goes a long way with these, as I found out pretty fast when I tried to apply what I thought was a normal amount of the Sorcerer eyeshadow and ended up feeling like a clown. Overall, the consistency and the colours are BEAUTIFUL and I definitely think it’s worth the money, especially if you’re a Harry Potter fan as the novelty of the palette adds to the experience of using it too.

Let me know what you think of this palette and what colours are your favourite ♡

~ Beka

If you’re looking to buy this palette or look at more of Storybook Cosmetics products, here are some links:

UK (Beauty Bay) // US or Worldwide* (Storybook Cosmetics)
*with some exceptions

29 thoughts on “Harry Potter-Inspired Eyeshadow Palette // Review

  1. foundationsandfairytales says:

    I’ve been seeing this palette on BeautyBay for a while and it looks gorgeous! I’m a big Harry Potter fan so I really love the idea of this, great review!

    Jess // foundationsandfairytales.wordpress.com


    • astrobeks says:

      No, I actually think it’s an American company! I just got it off a website that delivers to the UK that stocks loads of different make-up brands. If you’re interested in it, there’s a link at the end of my blog post to their .com site, you should definitely check it out, it’s beautiful!

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    • astrobeks says:

      That was my reaction too when I first saw it! I’m sure the same company is bring out a Van Gogh palette and a Star Wars one, too, it’s insane!


  2. Jade Marie says:

    I’ve always wanted to try these!! I’m a huge Harry Potter nerd (Slytherin Pride haha) and keep seeing people saying how amazing they are…I think its about time I invest in a pallet!xx

    Jade | jademarie.co.uk


  3. Annie says:

    This is such a clever idea! I know a couple of my friends would really love something like this! It sounds like a great product! Thanks for sharing your thoughts! 🙂


  4. Jess Barker says:

    I’m not even a huge fan of Harry Potter but this palette is stunning, the colours look lovely and the packaging is just wow. Not heard of Storybook Cosmetics but will definitely be looking into them now! Great post, thanks so much for sharing 🙂

    Jessica xo / jessinwonderland.com


    • astrobeks says:

      The packaging is maybe my favourite part, I wasn’t expecting it to be so detailed and beautiful!! They’re bringing out so much more cool stuff soon (I had a nosey on their coming soon section on their website) you really should check them out!!


    • astrobeks says:

      Ah, why is that? I’m such a nerd for Harry Potter merch hahaha, I’m glad you like this palette though, it really is just as beautiful in person/to use!


    • astrobeks says:

      They’re so pretty but I feel the same, I think I’d end up having them on display rather than using them which is rather pointless haha!


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