Storybook Cosmetics x Mean Girls Palette

“One time I saw Cady Heron wearing army pants and flip flops. So I bought army pants and flip flops.” If you don’t know this quote off the bat, then I’m sorry but you can’t sit with us. Just kidding… kinda ???? I don’t know about you, but Mean Girls was one of my favorite movies growing up. Recently, I even got my husband to watch it for the first time and he loved it! Its basically a classic at this point. When Storybook Cosmetics first released the idea for this plaette, I knew that I needed it in my collection. So here it is, the Mean Girls Burn Book palette.

To start, the packaging is adorable able and looks so cute on a bookshelf by my vanity. Inside, there is a huge mirror and 12 shades with a mix of mattes and shimmers. Even though they are an indie brand, this palette can be puchased from Ulta for $55.

  • Is Butter a Carb?: golden butterscotch pearl
  • Grool: green gold shimmer
  • Glen Coco: cocoa brown matte
  • So Fetch: tangerine orange matte
  • Wednesday: magenta pink matte
  • She Doesn’t Even Go Here: maroon matte
  • The Plastics: pure white matte
  • Regina George: pale pink pearl
  • Mouse Duh…: light blue-grey shimmer
  • You Can’t Sit With Us: bubble gum pink matte
  • Cool Mom: ocean blue pearl
  • October 3rd: blue-black shimmer

She Doesn’t Even Go Here: Crease- you can’t sit with us, Lid-
she doesn’t even go here, Lower Lashline- Glen Coco, Inner Corner- Regina George

Cool Mom: Crease- you can’t sit with us, Lid and Lower Lashline- October 3rd, cool mom, and mouse…duh, Inner Corner- the plastics

Grool: Crease- you can’t sit with us and so fetch, Lid- Wednesday and grool, Lower Lashline- Wednesday, so fetch, and is butter a carb?, Inner Corner- is butter a carb? topped with a gold toned face highlighter

If you are interested in full tutorials for each look, you can check out my 3 looks, 1 palette video.

I really love this palette! The only colors I wish were not in the palette are The Plastics and October 3rd. While I really liked highlighting with The Plastics, I think it would have been nice to have a matte blue or green. Also, October 3rd is really pretty but I do not know how often I will reach for it because it was harder to blend out.

All that being said, I love the color story. I won’t lie, when I first looked at the palette I was not quite sure what to do with it. I loved how it looked but I was intimidated by the colors. Now, I am so excited to break this beauty out for spring and summer. I think Cool Mom and Mouse…Duh will make a beautiful blue eye and Is Butter a Carb? will be stunning with a brown smokey eye.

What do you think of this palette? Let me know in the comments below and remember, “you’re, like, really pretty.”

Interested in Storybook Cosmetics? Check out my reviews on the Wizardry and Witchcraft palette, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Palette, Little Women Book Club Palette, and Rose Brushes.