My Jeffree Star Palettes Ranked

Hi everyone, how are you today?

Okay so it’s no secret that I have a lot of palettes! And one of the main brands in my collection is Jeffree Star Cosmetics. As of writing this I own seven of the large eyeshadow palettes (yes, I am including the Morphe palette too). I love them all but I definitely love using some more than others.

Today I wanted to rank my Jeffree Star collection from my least favourite to my favourite of his palettes.


Blue Blood

I do love this Palette, but it is one of the least wearable ones with every shade being some tone of blue. I can’t really experiment with this one as much as some of the others. It’s still absolutely stunning, and I love reaching for this when I want a blue look. However, I tend to reach for the others more.



Jawbreaker is without a doubt, a coloured shadow lover’s wet dream. It’s so bright and colourful. I love playing with different looks with this one. The reason it is as low on the list as it is, is due to the fact that for a full look, I tend to mix this with other palettes. There is a lot more matte shades than shimmers, so I tend to need to borrow something glittery from another Palette to finish off my look.



This is a beautiful Palette. It’s more on the Neutrals side than a lot of his other palettes. It looks gorgeous, and the only reason it’s as low as it is is sue to only using it twice. I’ve only just received this in the post, and haven’t played with it as often as the others.



Alien is a gorgeous Palette! It is a more neutral toned Palette but it does have some lush pops of colour. I adore the lime shimmer. I do reach for this one a lot. The formula is really long lasting, and I find it really wearable. Yes, even the bright lime green! I actually use this a lot as an inner corner highlight.


Morphe x Jeffree Star

Yes, I am including this palette as part of my Jeffree Star collection. He worked very close with Morphe to create this palette and the shades that he chose are beautiful. yes, the quality is not the same as Jeffree’s own formula, but it’s a completely different price point. Not everyone can afford, £50 for an eyeshadow palette. This is a very beautiful, affordable palette and you can create so many different looks with it. And you seriously have not lived until you’ve tried that gorgeous glitter!



This palette came out at the perfect time of year. It’s a very dark, smoky palette with a fair few pops of colour. It has been very well-loved since it launched and I have created so many looks using it. A lot of my ACOTAR series looks were created using this and I was so proud with that series. This palette is amazing, and I can’t wait to see how that new Mini Controversy palette looks. Once it is launched with that green shade, I am snatching that one up!


Blood Sugar

As my ultimate favourite JSC palette is Blood Sugar. Honestly, this palette is perfect for neutral shadow lovers who still want to play around with some pops of colour. The gold shimmer in this palette is stunning; the printed design on the pan has long been wiped away with how much useage that I’ve gotten from this one shade. The whole palette is stunning, and possibly Jeffree’s most wearable palette.

And that is my entire collection. These are just my personal opinions on each palette; I would love to hear what order you rank your palettes in, especially if you have any palettes that I don’t own.

Thank you for reading guys, and I hope that you’ve enjoyed Everyday November. Have an amazing day, and I’ll see you next week for my regular 3 day schedule.

Take care,