Review & Swatches – CATRICE Treasure Trove Collection

CATRICE Treasure Trove Collection Review

When I first heard about the CATRICE Treasure Trove limited edition collection, I immediately thought of mermaids.  I’m not exactly sure why, but I imagine my thought process went a little bit like this: Treasure Trove…Ariel’s Hidden Treasures…The Little Mermaid.  Ariel is my favourite Disney Princess, and The Little Mermaid is the first movie I ever saw in a movie theatre when I was 6 years old.  I can still remember walking out of the theatre with tears streaming down my face.  I’m not a fan of cartoon-type movies, but I can watch The Little Mermaid over and over again – it never gets old.

So, even though the Treasure Trove collection from CATRICE does not feature mermaids, crustaceans, or the ocean – it’s definitely still a beautiful collection nonetheless.  The collection consists of 1 x eyeshadow palette, 3 x lipsticks, 1 x highlighting powder, 4 x nail polishes, 1 x eyeliner, and 1 x blush.  As you probably already know, I’m a sucker for cute packaging and the golds & corals in this collection really drew me in!

Here’s what CATRICE has to say about their Treasure Trove collection: “Sparkling gems, opulent jewellery, elaborate sequin embroidery and iridescent lurex materials crown the Winter season.  The new designer collections are extremely glamorous with bejewelled and lavishly decorated clothing.  A feminine makeup look is the ideal match for the unique fashion highlights.  The limited must-haves are matte or shimmering and greet us in elegant champagne-gold, warm brown and beige shades as well as contrasting apricot and red.”

About a week ago I posted a photo of the collection on my Twitter and Facebook pages, and asked YOU what you wanted to see reviewed on the blog.  A lot of ladies mentioned the eyeshadow palette and the highlighter, and I also received requests for the lipsticks and a couple of nail polishes – basically the entire collection.  The highlighter is the very first item I bought about 2 weeks ago – as soon as I saw it on the CATRICE stand, I knew I had to have it.  Not only because it’s absolutely gorgeous, but also because it reminded me of a certain Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector in my makeup collection.  Is it a dupe?  You’ll have to wait and see!

Fortunately CATRICE South Africa sent me a few of the collection items as well, plus I went back to my local Dis-Chem to pick up the rest of the collection shades.  I don’t have every single shade in the collection, but I made sure to at least feature the ones that I know most people will like.  For example, I didn’t buy the nude lipstick shade because it’s the type of nude that won’t suit a lot of people – it has a strong yellow undertone, so on my skin it almost looked a bit like a mustard shade.

Anyway, let’s take a look at the CATRICE Treasure Trove collection…shall we?

CATRICE Eyeshadow Palette

First up we have the CATRICE Eyeshadow Palette called ‘Blaze Of Glory’, and the outer packaging of this beauty kind of reminds me of the new Becca x Jaclyn Hill Face Palette.  Inside you’ll find 3 matte finish and 5 shimmery finish eyeshadows, all neutral-toned.  The palette also features a nice big mirror and a double-ended sponge-tip eyeshadow applicator.

The neutral shades range from shimmery golds, to warm browns, to metallic taupes and even a very deep brown (almost black).  All the shades complement each other so well, and you’ll be able to create both warm- and cool-toned eye makeup looks with just this one palette.  It’s also a very versatile palette in that you can create everything from a natural daytime makeup look, to a dark smokey eye with a pop of gold.  If you are a neutrals girl, then you’ll definitely be attracted to this eyeshadow palette.

CATRICE Treasure Trove Eyeshadow Palette

Let’s talk about the texture and pigmentation of the shadows – it’s a bit of a mixed bag, I’m afraid.  Some of the eyeshadows have great pigmentation, and others need some elbow grease to show up on the skin.  Take a look at the swatches below, that golden champagne (3rd shadow, top row) leaves something to be desired.  I can only get it to show up on the lid if I apply at least 3 layers with my finger.  The pigmentation of the shimmery taupe (4th shadow, top row) also isn’t the best, but I find it shows up a lot better if you use it with a primer underneath (because it has something to stick to).  Other than that, the other 6 shadows are actually quite good!  I initially thought the darkest shadow was a deep black, but it’s actually a very dark cool-toned brown (similar to ‘Brun’ eyeshadow from MAC).  The formula of the shadows is good, they’re all easy to work with and last quite well with a primer as a base.  I would compare the texture of the shadows with that of Stila eyeshadows (especially the ones in their ‘Eyes Are The Window’ palettes), they’re on the dry side and not as creamy / buttery as MAC or Urban Decay shadows.  It’s not really fair for me to compare the CATRICE shadows to a high-end brand, because you’re getting the entire palette for the price of a MAC single eyeshadow.

Here are swatches of the eyeshadows in the TOP ROW:

CATRICE Treasure Trove Eyeshadow Palette Swatches

And here are swatches of the eyeshadows in the BOTTOM ROW:

CATRICE Treasure Trove Eyeshadow Palette Swatches

All in all, I definitely think this palette is worth the price – especially if you don’t have a nice neutral eyeshadow palette in your collection.  The included mirror also makes it perfect for on-the-go gals.

The CATRICE eyeshadow palette retails for R140,95 at Dis-Chem stores.

CATRICE Liquid Liner

Next up we have the CATRICE Liquid Liner, which is something I don’t usually gravitate towards, because I’m not exactly a pro when it comes to liquid liner.  BUT when I saw the collection liquid liner was a metallic gold, I decided to pop it in my Dis-Chem basket.  I’ve been looking for a molten gold eyeliner for over a year now, because sometimes you just want to add a little extra sumthin-sumthin to a makeup look.  The gold shade, called ‘Golden Grace’, isn’t too yellow-toned (which I love), it’s the perfect mix of gold and champagne.  The tiny shimmers really reflect the light and instantly brighten up the eye area.  This specific shade works great on the bottom lash line too, especially if you’re wearing a dark liner on the waterline and want a little pop of metallic colour underneath that.  I’ve also applied this to the inner corners of my eyes, and I find it opens up the eyes really nicely.

The formula of this liquid liner is luxurious, smudge-resistant, and quite long-wearing.  I really like the brush (not felt tip) applicator, as it applies a solid, opaque line in one even stroke.  The thin tip moves with you and you can lay it parallel with the upper lash line to make application easier (that’s how I usually apply my brush- or felt tip eyeliners).  It allows for precision and you get can a very, very thin line, as well as a thicker line if need be.

The CATRICE liquid liner retails for R57,95 at Dis-Chem stores.

CATRICE Lipstick

How beautiful are these CATRICE Lipsticks in the shades ‘Caviar And Champagne’ & ‘Treasured Twinkles’?  Let’s discuss the formula first, both have a very creamy texture that melts with the warmth of your lips (in a good way), and I love that they feel comfortable and quite moisturising too.  I love the glam & polished look of the gold metal packaging and they feel nice & heavy in the hand as well (to me, sturdy packaging is a sign of quality).  Both are fully opaque with one swipe and apply very smoothly without dragging across the lips.

CATRICE Treasure Trove Lipsticks

‘Caviar And Champagne’ is a gorgeous warm peach shade, and ‘Treasured Twinkles’ is a stunning vibrant cherry red shade – perfect for the Winter months ahead!  The formula lasts well on the lips, but doesn’t survive eating and drinking unfortunately.

Here are swatches of the gold liquid liner and the lipsticks:

CATRICE Treasure Trove Swatches

Since these lipsticks are so buttery and moisturising, I wouldn’t expect them to last more than 2 hours but ‘Treasured Twinkles’ lasted surprisingly well and left a slight stain behind on my lips.  It’s one of those shades that instantly brightens up the complexion!

The CATRICE lipsticks retail for R69,95 each at Dis-Chem stores.

CATRICE Treasure Trove Blush

I’m not going to lie, I wasn’t sure if I would like the CATRICE Blush in the collection – it’s called ‘Caviar And Champagne’.  I loved the look of it – the embossed stars and the shimmer finish caught my eye, but I didn’t know if this particular shade would suit me.  It’s a very unique rusty rosey coral shade with champagne and silver shimmers.  As mentioned the surface of the blush has a beautiful star design embossed on to it, which gives it a special touch.  As it turns out, this shade has become one of my current favourite blushes and I reach for it all the time.  It’s the type of shade you can wear all year round – Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter.  It adds the perfect pop of colour to the cheeks, and the subtle shimmers give the skin a youthful glow.  I really like that the finish of this blush isn’t too shimmery, so you can build the colour without ending up too dewy.

If you have a light, medium or tan skin tone (with a neutral, olive or warm undertone), then this blush will look absolutely gorgeous on you.  If you have a cool undertone, then you might have to use a light hand at first as too much of this shade might look a bit ruddy on the cheeks.  I wouldn’t recommend this particular shade for someone with a deep / dark skin tone, as it might look a bit ashy on the skin.

The CATRICE blush retails for R79,95 at Dis-Chem stores.

CATRICE Treasure Trove Highlighter

Eeeeeep!  Now THIS is the collection item I was most excited about, it’s the CATRICE Highlighter in the shade ‘Golden Grace’.  Same embossed design as the blush, this highlighter comes in a beautiful champagne gold shade.  When I saw the shade, I immediately thought of Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector in the shade ‘Opal’.  Let’s take a look to see if this is a dupe:

CATRICE Treasure Trove Swatches

They’re similar, but Opal has a noticeable golden sheen, whereas ‘Golden Grace’ has a deeper bronze undertone.  Don’t let the intensity of this shade intimidate you – my skin is very pale at the moment and this highlighter looks absolutely stunning on the upper cheek area (just make sure you blend it well).

I really like that this highlighting powder doesn’t contain large chunks of glitter like so many drugstore highlighters.  The pearl pigments are so finely milled, it gives the complexion a luminous glow rather than an intensely reflective sheen.  ‘Golden Grace’ is a very flattering nude champagne with a pearlescent finish, the shade is very universal and I imagine it will suit most skin tones.  I find the neutral undertone of this highlighter will neutralize the tones in your skin, balancing out everything to give a really even, luminous complexion.  I like to apply it with a very fluffy duo fibre brush (like this one), a fluffy brush will allow you to first apply a sheer layer and then build up from there to the intensity YOU want.  For a more intense highlight (think Jaclyn Hill or Amrezy), use a denser brush like this setting brush or this highlighter brush.

Top Tip: Remember, as with most highlighters – it’s always best to start with a light, sheer layer.  Shimmer tends to accentuate enlarged pores, texture on the skin (pimples) and wrinkles / fine lines, so if you struggle with any of these issues, then I would recommend you rather start with a very light hand first.  Also, apply more highlighter to the areas where you don’t have texture i.e. tip of the nose, brow bone, temples, cupid’s bow, this will give the illusion of well-rounded luminous complexion.

I really love this highlighter, and if there’s one item in the entire Treasure Trove collection that you HAVE TO get your hands on, it’s this beauty!

The CATRICE highlighter retails for R79,95 at Dis-Chem stores.

CATRICE Nail Polish

Last but certainly not least, we have the CATRICE Nail Polishes in the shades ‘Jewel Daze’ and ‘Treasured Twinkles’.  There are 4 shades in the collection i.e. a shimmery nude, a beautiful bronze, a peachy coral, and a rich metallic red.  I opted for ‘Jewel Daze’, which is a beautiful nude polish with a pink undertone and golden shimmers, because who doesn’t need more nude nail polishes in their life?  Plus, the shade reminded me of one of my favourite limited edition OPI nail polishes, and I had to compare the two to see if they’re similar.  I also picked ‘Treasured Twinkles’ because Winter is around the corner, and it’s the perfect shade to brighten up dull fingertips.

So, is ‘Jewel Daze’ a dupe for OPI ‘Butterfly Moment’ (which was part of the limited edition Mariah Carey collection back in 2012)?  Ooooh, yes it is!  In fact, I actually like the non-streaky formula of the CATRICE polish so much more than the OPI one, plus ‘Jewel Daze’ is a bit more saturated with gold shimmers.

Both nail polishes from the Treasure Trove collection have fantastic formulas – they’re smooth, and with 2 thin layers you’ll be good to go!  It’s always difficult for me to say how well nail polishes last on the nails, because I’ve come to realize that I’m very conscious of taking care of my nails when I wear nail polishes.  For example, I don’t just grab at things with my fingertips (it causes chipping), I also type with the flat side of my finger (not the tips of my nails), and on the odd occasion when I have to wash the dishes (I’ve trained Neal very well) I ALWAYS wear gloves.  So, it’s not always the nail polish that isn’t long-lasting, sometimes it’s the individual that doesn’t take care of her nails.  On my nails, both polishes lasted for 4 days before I started seeing some minor chipping on the tips.

The CATRICE nail polishes retail for R61,95 each at Dis-Chem stores.

All in all, this collection caters for a wide variety of skin tones and complexions.  Like I said, if there’s one product in the Treasure Trove collection that you need in your makeup collection – it’s the ‘Golden Grace’ highlighter.  This collection is available at Dis-Chem right now – so if you see something that you like, I suggest you grab it before it’s gone!

Tell me…what do you think about the Treasure Trove collection?  Do you have *hearty eyes* for a particular item in the collection?




  1. 30 May 2016 / 15:34

    Loved your review Luzanne! Mine is ready to post tomorrow and I totally agree on the eyeshadows, I expected much more since I loved the absolute nudes range. The pretty packaging definitely drew me in and the highlighter is just gorgeous. I think I got a dud brush in the eyeliner cos I just can’t get it to cooperate. But overall a great collection from Catrice

    • 3 June 2016 / 17:57

      Thank you, Nisa. That’s such a pity about the eyeliner, mine is a perfect little brush. 😉 I think the blush and highlighter are my 2 faves in the collection. 🙂 xo

  2. Simone Cameron
    30 May 2016 / 15:41

    Your pictures are always sooooo stunning!!!

    I agree the Eyeshadow palette has a bit of the Jaclyn Hill look to it. I swatched the palette in store and I felt like you describe, a bit of a mixed bag and I just felt if I have other neutral eye shadow palettes in my collection, this wouldn’t add anything to what I currently have, so I gave it a skip.

    I did purchase the highlighter for my make up swap that went overseas, so I hope she likes it. I didn’t get it for myself, because I’m quite happy with my Merry berry by Essence and I recently got Lunch Money by ColourPop as well that I quite like.

    That Becca Opal is STUNNING! I now see why I’ve heard it mentioned on so many vlogs!! Oh my soul…stunning!

    Speaking of Jaclyn Hill….will you be trying to get your hands on anything from her collection? It’s so darn pricey!

    Awesome informative post as usual Luzanne 🙂

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:05

      Thank you, Simone!! 😀 You always brighten my day with your compliments.

      What you said is so true, if you already have a mixture of neutral / nude shadows in your makeup collection then you definitely don’t have to spend the extra cash on this palette.

      I’m sure she’ll love it, I don’t think anyone could NOT like it. A makeup swap sounds so fun btw… 😉 I think the Merry Berry highlighter is my favourite limited edition highlighter so far, it’s a real stunner.

      Becca Opal is truly something special, BUT I must add, the highlighters are quite soft (very buttery) and so you get a lot of product on your brush even if you just touch it. And then there’s usually also loose powder left in the compact, which to me means you’re going to hit pan quicker than with other highlighters. 🙁

      I really REALLYYYY want to get my hands on the face palette (not so much the eyeshadow palette) but I think it’s going to be hella expensive from Becca South Africa. They charged R630,00 / R650,00 for Champagne Pop – their other highlighters are R450,00. I might try to get my hands on it via a 3rd party seller, but only if the price is acceptable.

  3. 30 May 2016 / 16:01

    Interesting read. Was really excited to try the eyeshadow palette just because it was pretty.. Maybe I’ll get it anyway. Ciao

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:05

      Thanks, Lauren – if you don’t already own a large amount of neutral eyeshadows, then this palette will definitely come in handy. 🙂

  4. Carmen van Leeve
    30 May 2016 / 16:05

    Long awaited Treasure Trove Collection … have been eyeing this collection since the very first time you mentioned them … The eye shadows look simply divine. The blush and highlighter is a must – will try to get this soon! Hopefully they in our stores here in PE.

    Thanks keeping us all happy by writing this blog… take care

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:07

      I agree – the blush and highlighter are definitely the stars of the show! I hope you manage to get your hands on them soon, Carmen.

      Thank you for the lovely compliment, I really appreciate it. 🙂

  5. Rheba
    30 May 2016 / 17:26

    Your photos are always so beautiful, Luzanne!!!

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:07

      Thank you so much, Rheba. 😉

  6. Laurette
    30 May 2016 / 17:29

    Whoa!!! amazing photos!

    You just convinced me to get the coral lipstick and the highlighter. 🙂 I think the highlighter is close enough to the BECCA Opal, and so much cheaper. 😉

    Thank you for always making an effort with your photos and swatches.

    Favourite blogger!!!!!!!!!!

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:10

      Thank you, Laurette. 😀 I like your choices, I’m sure you are going to love both products.

      It’s always a pleasure – I enjoy reviewing and swatching new collections.

      And thank you so much for the compliment. ♥

  7. Taz
    30 May 2016 / 18:44

    Obsessed with your blog, you always do the best indepth reviews.

    Thank you, Luzanne

    P.S. Going to get my hands on that eyeshadow palette and the highlighter. 😀

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:11

      Thank you, Taz – I really appreciate your support. 🙂

      I hope you enjoy your Treasure Trove goodies!

  8. Elmarie Pienaar
    30 May 2016 / 19:20

    Daardie highlighters… wow!

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:11

      Hulle is altwee baie mooi, nê? 🙂

  9. paula
    30 May 2016 / 22:09

    Thank you for the review, I am going to get the red lipstick and the blush.


    • 3 June 2016 / 18:12

      You’re welcome, Paula. 🙂 I hope you enjoy the products (I’m sure you will)! xo

  10. Corlize Meyer
    30 May 2016 / 22:13

    Such beautiful photos, you make me want to buy everything on your blog hehe

    I will have to go get the eyeshadow palette and the highlighter as well, seems like they’re good value for money

    Thanx, Luzanne

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:13

      Thank you, Corlize. Definitely good value for money! 😉

  11. Qondiswa N
    30 May 2016 / 22:21

    Sho, I need that red lipstick in my life!!!

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:13

      Ooooh, I’m sure it’ll look gorgeous on you! 😀

  12. Shannin
    30 May 2016 / 22:29

    Oooohhhhh thanks so much Luzanne! This collection looks gorgeous and I’d love to try that highlighter. The peachy lipstick also looks amazing. Thanks for the lovely post as always.

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:14

      My pleasure, Shannin. 🙂 The highlighter and lipstick will look stunning paired together in a makeup look!

  13. Nousheen
    30 May 2016 / 22:35

    Best beauty blogger! Love your posts and you, Luzanne

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:14

      Wow! Thank you so much for the amazing compliment, Nousheen. 🙂

  14. melissa
    31 May 2016 / 09:56

    Is it weird to say im inlove wow i just love the shades , this review is really good thank you Luzanne. i really would love the Eyeshadow pallet 🙂 and the nail polish so gorgs

    have a wonderful week hun !!!!!

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:16

      Not weird at all! 😉 I agree, the eyeshadows look beautiful in the swatches – I actually wore the palette yesterday (I attended a beauty launch) and 2 ladies asked me what I was wearing on my eyes.

      I hope you have a fab weekend, Melissa!

  15. Kim
    31 May 2016 / 09:57

    Gaaaaaah!!! Your photos always make me smile!!!!

    You literally make me want to spend my life savings on the products in your blog posts. 😀

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:17

      Now THIS comment just made my day – I’m so happy to hear my photos make you smile! 😀

      Don’t worry, I’m already burning through my life savings. 😉 😉 It’s not hoarding if it’s makeup… 😉

  16. 31 May 2016 / 10:14

    Loved your post! Stunning photos ❤️ As always
    I only picked up the highlighter. I searched the eyeshadow the palette in store and it didn’t wow me so I didn’t bother picking it up, although I love the packaging
    Now I wish I did Lol I’m a sucker for beautiful packaging

    Love the highlighter though, my kind of highlight. Subtle

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:18

      Thank you so much, Fatima. 🙂 Yip, the packaging is definitely a winner!

      The highlighter is most definitely the star of this whole collection – CATRICE did a great job!

  17. 31 May 2016 / 10:30

    I love the highlighter and blush, and the coral lipstick too! I bought the coral nail polish, it was a bit streaky. The Treasured Twinkle polish is stunning though! I also thought it was a dupe for Becca Opal. I have ordered the new Becca Jaclyn Hill Face Palette and I cannot wait for it to arrive!

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:26

      Aaaah no, such a pity about the coral nail polish. 🙁

      Lucky you!! I’m very keen to get my hands on the Jaclyn Hill Face Palette but I think it’s going to be extremely expensive if I buy it from Becca South Africa.

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:27

      Yay!!! I hope you enjoy your goodies, Cam! xox

  18. Prianca
    31 May 2016 / 11:31

    I love the packaging of the palette! It’s beyond gorgeous <3 😀
    Definitely going to get my hands on that and the highlighter.

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:28

      The packaging is so eye-catching – I love it!

  19. Serena Ferretti
    31 May 2016 / 16:19

    Love the look of those nail polishes and lipsticks! Going to Dischem after work, I hope I find them.

    XO, Serena

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:28

      I hope you managed to get your hands on the nail polishes and lippies, Serena. 😀 xo

  20. Holly Morello
    31 May 2016 / 16:20

    Gorgeous products!! The packaging is so eye-catching

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:29

      I agree, CATRICE hit the ball out of the park with the packaging of this collection! 🙂

  21. Lorita
    31 May 2016 / 17:22

    You’re so right, the palette does look like the Jaclyn Hill face palette with the white and gold. 😉

    As for the highlighter, it’s a close enough dupe for me so I’m going to buy it.

    Thank you for always writing such fun reviews accompanied by pretty photos, Luzanne. You rock!

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:30

      I hope you love the highlighter as much as I do, Lorita. 🙂

      You’re welcome, and thank YOU for popping by the blog.

  22. Melissa ❀
    31 May 2016 / 17:24

    Luuuuuv the whole collection..I spent way too much money on Catrice products during my lunch break. All your fault of course 😉
    I couldn’t wait, so I started using the peach lipstick and the higlighter and Im in love

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:30

      Bwahahahahaaaaa!!! Loved this comment – thanks, Melissa! 😀

  23. R Fourie
    1 June 2016 / 21:11

    I like the beautiful Blush.
    The Jewel Daze is a very beautiful shade – also check out the shade Caviar and Champagne on Azraa’s Prettiful Blog – such a pretty peach shade.
    And then off course the highlighter …..

    I want them all 🙂

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:31

      Yip, the highlighter is definitely my fave…and the blush! 😉

  24. Tayla Mackinnon
    3 June 2016 / 11:01

    I’m still yet to find Catrice Cosmetics in Durban! but this post has made me even more determined to shop until I find it in a Dischem store… I need literally everything you have just reviewed, I love your blogs but I’m unsure if my wallet does! Ha ha, thank you!

    • 3 June 2016 / 18:33

      I hope you manage to find CATRICE in Durban soon, Tayla. A friend of mine lives in Umhlanga, I’ll ask her if she knows where you can find CATRICE products in Durban (in which Dis-Chem store). I’ll let you know in a comment below. 🙂

      Thank you for taking the time to read my blog posts, I really appreciate it. 😉

  25. 4 June 2016 / 17:05

    I really love the look of the Catrice Highlighter. I have not purchased a proper highlighter as yet because high-end ones are quite pricey and there is always a new one being released that I can’t seem to just settle on one. I do however think that this Catrice highlighter is the one.
    x Rivania | The Glam Unicorn

    • 9 June 2016 / 17:35

      High-end highlighters are VERY pricey, and sometimes you can get the same effect with a budget-friendly version. 🙂

      Thanks for popping by the blog, Rivania. 😉 xo

  26. dionne
    5 June 2016 / 14:05

    The eyeshadow looks great as it comes in matte and shimmering, a good replacement for my neutral compact. The highlighters too, will give them a try when my Avon runs out

    • 9 June 2016 / 17:36

      I agree – it’s a great addition to any makeup collection, especially if you love your neutrals. 😉

  27. 8 June 2016 / 16:33

    I was so excited about the lipsticks after reading this post that I went out and bought them today! I cannot wait to try them out 🙂

    • 9 June 2016 / 17:36

      Yay! I hope you enjoy your new lippies, Alexandra! 😉

  28. Lalannie Knoll
    9 June 2016 / 17:46

    I am loving the Caviar and Champagne lipstick and blush. That Golden Grace highlighter looks yum as well!

  29. Maureen
    18 June 2016 / 18:33

    Hi Luzanne,
    I think you are absolutely gorgeous and your reviews are very helpful..just want to know that since the collection is a limited edition,do you think it could be available till July? Cause we dont have Catrice in my country and I can only purchase once I am back in SA.

    • 19 June 2016 / 16:51

      Hi Maureen – thank you so much for the kind compliment. 🙂 I find that Catrice collections usually last quite a while, in the past I’ve seen a couple of their collections hang around for 2 or 3 months. Let’s hold thumbs the ‘Treasure Trove’ collection will still be available when you are back in South Africa. Not all the products might be available anymore (I have a feeling the blush and highlighter might be sold out first) but there will definitely still be some items left. Also, try to visit a ‘smaller’ Dis-Chem that isn’t that busy. 🙂

  30. Sonia
    27 June 2016 / 13:43

    Where can I get the Eyeshadow palette Ltd Edition and the Champagne & Caviar lipstick and blush…Canal Walk is sold out….

  31. Vanessa
    11 May 2017 / 13:29

    Totally Awesome Review as Always! Just love their range – it’s MEGA just about everything you need at extremely affordable prices, such a bonus to be able to purchase so many items the Cosmetix Group puts out there and they are continually updating their range!

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