This palette had a very limited release, originally an exclusive to a department store in Japan and then a limited amount appeared at Selfridges, knowing how quick Suqqu limited editions sell out, I got this ordered as one of my Christmas presents even though at the time of ordering I did not know what the colours were as there was no picture on the site (I just knew that it was new and limited and just went with it).
Unlike regular Suqqu palettes, Hanamari (£45) does not
have an all over matte base shade, I had thought the top left was such a
shade but its more of a sparkle shade to mix with the others. The quad
contains a opalescent pink sparkle, slightly shimmery sage green,
shimmery candy pink and a deep warm brown that has micro glitter that
does not translate once applied.
The below picture shows best the sparkle in the deep brown shade
The shadows have the normal smoothness,
lightness and beautiful ease of use like all other Suqqu shadows I have
tried. The pink is not easy for me to wear on its own, its quite nice to
mix with the other shades and gives a somewhat mauve look as below.
Overall this is a high quality product and the shade combination is
interesting and makes for good layering combinations.
My brother bought me this from selfridges.com