Barry M Meteor Storm: Swatches & Review

Okay, so this is my last palette post for a while! Promise! I recently got some amazon vouchers and guess which palette happened to be on there! I’ve been wanting to get my hands on Meteor Storm for since it was released (the same time as Fall in Love and Crown Jewels, which I previously swatched) and but I’m trying not to spend as much money, so obviously I was going to get it if it’s free! Barry M’s description is:

With dynamic, light reflecting duochrome and metallic shades, Barry M’s Meteor Storm eyeshadow palette has 8 luxurious, highly pigmented hues. Radiant on their own, the shades also work stunningly layered together for an infinite variety of otherworldly looks. A multi-dimensional palette that will take you from dark and demure… to vibrant and intense in seconds!”


Firstly, although cardboard packaging for palettes is not my favourite, this one is particularly pretty – with galaxy AND holo, you can’t lose! Secondly, it’s so hard to capture the duochrome goodness of this palette! I’m hoping you’ll be able to see it better in the video I’m going to share on Instagram! The formula is nice and smooth, with little fallout for all of these shades. I think the best formula is the last dark grey shade (no names, again, boo), and I think the first one will be best layered with other colours. I can’t wait to see how these apply on the eyes and have a play around with it.

Here’s a look I created using this palette! Head to my Instagram for all the details!


At £9.99, for 8 shades (1.1g pans), this palette is a little pricier than the other two palettes (£6.49 for 10 0.7g shades) but I think because of how versatile and different these shades are, it’s probably worth paying! It’s currently out of stock on the Barry M site but it’s available at Superdrug in the 3 for 2 offer.

C x

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