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Two of the kits come with the black and Maleficent comes with the glitter liner.
Thoughts and Review
First off, are these worth the hell and agony many of you are going through to find these? As collector pieces or for badass novelty factor...yes, probably you would feel this was worth the struggle. The artwork on the covers is luminous and the detail on the face charts is really quite stunning. The palettes are beautiful in that regard. Quality wise? 50/50 Let me show you why. On their own over bare skin these shadows are really not that special. Over the included E.L.F Eye Primer, again, not that great. I did these over Too Faced Shadow Insurance and a few colors did well, Misfortune, Spindle, Extinction. But not enough to make this palette lust worthy in my eyes. However, E.L.F shadows do something amazing if you apply them over a sticky base. Take a look.
Potion over Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Potion over Whip Hand Cosmetics Creme Shadow in Thermal
Fauna over Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Fauna over Whip Hand Cosmetics Creme Shadow in Thermal
See? E.L.F shadows become pretty damn near fantastic when applied over a nice sticky base like a creme shadow or NYX Jumbo Eye pencil. If you are willing to put some time into your application then yes, these are very, very worth it. *Update I was asked in commets which was my favorite. For overall quality it is Cruella. It has the best pigmentation and is a very functional neutral palette. Next would be Maleficent and lastly Evil Queen. I was diapoointed in the lack of pigmentation in the Queen palette. You can combat poor pigmentation with a sticky base
I was surprised my favorite item of all the kits were the lip/cheek pencils. They were creamy and spreadable, not dry as I expected. I would not use these on my cheeks personally, but I would use them all on my lips. Definitely more then just a lip liner.
I don't use false lashes myself (lack of skill) but each set comes with a slightly different lash style. You will need to trim these, but other then that, they look fun.
Quite a few of the shadows are powdery, again, not so much over a base. Fog of Doom and Majesty were particularly disappointing. On their own I don't get much fading, but I don't have much pigmentation to begin with. Over a sticky base (I really recommend Whip Hand Cosmetics Creme Shadows) most of these are superstars; pigmented, fade and crease resistant.
All in all, I am glad I got the palettes. I am not sure how much I will use them, since I have dupes of nearly each color that aren't so tough to work with, but for sheer cool factor, they are worth it.
Where to buy: Walgreens Only
Tools to help you find Disney Villain Palettes
Nouveau Cheap Interactive Villain Guide
E.L.F. Walgreens Palette Locator