The Saint and Sinner palette by Kat Von D is a limited version product similar to the crackers that Sephora released for Christmas in Europe. The Saint and Sinner palette has 24 shades inspired by windows and stained-glass windows of the Gothic churches. They have three types of finishes: metallic, pearled and matt, as for the first impression from this pallette, we can know why the stocks of this product ran out.
The packaging is very characteristic of the brand, the arabesques and typography is designed and hand-drawn by Kat herself. The look and feel of the product is stunning, it has the typical shape of a Gothic church, the 24 shades are divided into 12 for Saint and 12 for sinner, following the concept with special names for each category. Two mirrors and a lock with magnets complete the overall aspect of this palette.
The shades for each category of Saint & Sinner are the following:
Absolution, Worship , Immaculate , Chalice, Sacred Heart, Amen, Sanctuary, Heaven, Crucifix, Cathedral, Rosary, Baptism
Rapture, Sabbath, Ashes, Martyr, Devil, Revelation, Vestment , Ministry, Exodus, Exorcism, Relic, Stigmata
The Saint and Sinner palette by Kat Von is pigmented and creamy. The selection of shades is very complete, we can create multiple looks from a daily one to a night one or fantasy version. The metallic and pearled shades have a very lumineux finished. But be careful while blending the glitter or metallic colors, if you are looking for a very metallic look, it would be better to work it with a pearled color first and finishing with the glitter ones.
The fact that Kat Von D continues with the defense of cruelty free / Vegan make-up and the luxury quality of her products are reasonable reasons to keep investing on this palette.
For these pics, I’m wearing Ashes, Exodus, Vestment, Immaculate et Relic