Makeup Hauls – July 2019!

So, I am a bit late showing you these as we are well into August already, but July was kind of crazy busy and I absolutely had to show you these goodies anyways even though it’s a bit late. I recieved a lot of stuff I ordered the month before (shipping takes so long when you live north of the wall. I don’t know, maybe the parcels travel with reindeer sleds). So, I have a lot of palettes to show you guys!


I decided to try the brand Focallure. I have heard many good things and they are very affordable. Good and affordable is my jam so I picked up no less then 5 palettes. Three of the travel palettes: Perth, Turkey and Paris. I also picked up the Morphe X Jacklyn Hill palette dupe Endless Posabilities and the Huda Beauty New Nude Dupe called Sunrise. I hve my fingres crossed they perform well!


Also, the three new palettes from Makeup Revolution with animal prints was for some reason irresistable to me. But they look so fun, and based on the quick finger swatches I did they seem promising! They are called Courage (cheetah print), Fierce (tiger print) and Integirty (zebra print).


Well, that was not the only things I picked up from Makeup Revolution. I also got three of their new Blusher Reloaded blushers in the shades Ballerina, Pop My Cherry and Peach Bliss. I also decided to test out the Revolution Pro Pigment Pomades that I have been wanting to test and review for you guys for a while. Keeping my fingers crossed they are good. The shades are Hot Pink, Trendy Turquois and Paper White.


Also Jeffree Star released what I may think is his most exciting palette so far. A fun and a bit different rainbow palette with the Jeffree Star formula. Yes, please! Meet the Jawbreaker palette.


I can’t believe I picked up two Huda Beauty New Nudes dupe palette in one month! But  Revolution Pro (yes, I realize now how much I picked up from the revolution brands) released the New Naturals palette. Another shameless dupe. I don’t have the Huda Beauty original, but I was thinking about doing a “battle of the dupes” just seeing which one of the dupes are the better palette. Within the collection they had some other nice stuff and I got the Glow Goddess Primer and two of their matte lipsticks in the shades “Cashmere” and “Velvet”.


The Kaleidos brand is also a new encounter, but I have heard nothing but good things about the Deepsea Luster palette, and look how incredible it looks! I mean, there are some really nice shifts in these shades so I am sure this one will be fun to play with!



Whale Song is a palette I have been waiting and waiting for. Already when I saw the front of the packaging way back before it was released, before it was decided that it would not be released after all, and before they finally (and luckily) decided that they would make it anyway I knew I needed this palette in my life. Just for the name, just for the whales. Have you ever heard whales sing? It’s incredible, and I had to pick this up just because it reminds me of some of my close-up whale encounters. Also, does not hurt that it’s blue and green!


And, there is no month without a Colourpop haul! Off course I had to add the new monochromatic palette Uh Huh Honey to my collection. Since I love the Super Shock Highlighters I picked up a new shades “Smoke N Whistles”, as well as two of the blush sticks so I can do a proper review of them (I have a total of three now).


I love Juvia’s Place palettes. I have said that so many times now it gets borderline boring. So I had to have the new Nubian 3 Coral palette. Such an unexpected color scheme but that’s what makes this so interesting to me. And I am sure the formula is bomb as usual!


I am almost done. Just one big palette left. The Limecrime 2 XL palette. It’s so incredably beautiful. This is also a new eyeshadow formula to me so I get tons of new exciting new stuff to learn about this month. So happy with all the new gems I got to add to my collection this month!

That’s all for last months hauls. Did you pick up anything exciting lately?







Colourpop Chasing Rainbows Eyeshadow Palette – Review & Swatches!


OK, so Colourpop has a sense of humor releasing this palette for the Holiday 2018. I mean, a colorful fun palette with rainbow theme, and holographic packaging does not exactly scream Christmas. On the other hand, we don’t need that many palettes with the typical Christmas shades so why not mix it up. It’s pretty and fun. but honestly I felt much more like pulling this out of my eyeshadow basket (the one with palettes I need to review) and do looks with it now than during the Holidays. You can off course wear fun pops of color any time of the year, but this just felt more like summer to me.


This one has the same layout as previous Holiday palettes have had, for instance the “All I See Is Magic” that was a previous Holiday release. It has 15 shades with a nice mixture of mattes and shimmers and fun colors.


The first row is more in the neutral side, and gives you the base colors you may need. The only thing I don’t like about this row is that it has one of those matte shade with a sheer wash of glitter particles in it. We have talked about these kind of shades before because they annoy the heck out of me. I just find it so pointless since the glitter will dust off anyway, and the color on your lid will be matte. If you want a matte shade, you would not need that glitter in the first place, and if you want that glitter you will be disappointing because it’s going to dust off and fly away as you apply the shadow. I mean, make a shadow either matte OR with glitter that actually stays in the shadow upon application. Shades like these are just pointless to me. But with that said “Feeling It” is a nice warm brown crease shade, of you just ignore that glitter in the pan and use it just like a regular matte shade, you will get exactly that. There is also a shade in the second row with the exact same formula. “Manifest It” is a beautiful matte hot pink on the eyes, but that glitter is just so unnecessary.


Those matte shades with glitter put aside, the rest of the palette has really nice formulas. “Blurred Lines” and “Not Playing” are not that dense in pigmentation so they are more like a sheer color with glitter and shimmer, or beautiful topper shades. There are 7 proper mattes (not counting the two with glitter). They have the usual high performance of Colourpop mattes. Most of them blend very well. The only exception was the matte blue shade “Bring It”. Not saying it’s bad, but it’s very very pigmented. that means off course that you either have to spend a little more time blending, or adding a little at the time. With that said I didn’t have issues making the blend nice in the end. It just took a bit more time than with the rest of the shades in the palette.


So overall, this is at Colourpops usual standard. Just great through and through. Yes, those mattes with glitters could have been just pure mattes in my opinion, but I am not that mad since they actually do perform as mattes. The color selection is fun and colorful while still giving you an option of you want to go completely natural which is something I love about a palette, and the combination of different textures and depth in the shades. Just a good cohesive and fun palette!

Colourpop just steals the show with palettes at the moment and I am diggin it!



Charlotte Tilbury Glowgasm Face Palette “Lightgasm” – Review!

Usually I am very lucky with Charlotte Tilbury makeup. For the most part I have been loving the products I have tried. But since they are quite high in price, not so easy to get a hold off, and taxes increase the price even more I don’t buy from the brand very often. But just looking at this palette I knew I would be willing to pay the full price and the taxes to get it.


Honestly, this is (by far) the most stunning face palette I have ever seen, both inside and outside. This piece is simply stunning and worth picking up for someone like me who collect makeup almost regardless of the performance. But off course, I want (and expect) it to perform anyways!

Inside you get four face powders. Two highlighters, one glowy blush and a satin bronzer. The face palette comes in a slightly darker version as well, but I chose the lightest one called “Lightgasm”. You get one light champagne highlighter, on darker more peachy highlighter, a glowy pink blush and a bronzer that is quite light.


I think the one shade that does not really fit into the palette is the darker highlighter. The combination of shades means that in my eyes no person can fit all. The bronzer is simply to light to fit your skintone if you are dark or tan enough to use the darker highlighter. I figured the concept of making a version for light skin and another version for darker skin was that if you have light skin you will actually be able to use all the shades. I don’t think the darker highlighter is particularly dark though, it fits me well when I have a tan. But when this highlighter fits my skin both the bronzer and blush is too pale for me. And I don’t find it very practical to pull out a face palette just for one shade. So in one way I can, as a person with light skin, use all the shades, but not at the same time. So if I want to be very picky (and I can because it’s expensive) I would have preferred to have all shades in the palette fit my skintone simultaneously. A different shade of blush would have been better in my opinion.


I do like the bronzer though. It’s a really nice color with a satin finish. It does not look dull, too grey or to orange. Just a natural, beautiful bronze. It is very light though. Too light for me in summer. But if you are one that struggles to find a bronzer shade that is light enough this is worth a try.

The blush is just stunning. I love a glowy blush, and this one is just perfect. Again this one fits light skin nicely, and has to be built up on me a bit when I have a tan, however it does work on my skin all year round. It gives a beautiful glow to the cheeks with a soft flush of color. Really easy to apply, and makes you look healthy. My favorite powder in this palette for sure.


The highlighters are, well, the shades are pretty standard. You probably have these shades already. They does give a very nice glow to the skin though. They are not super intense, so don’t think you will get a blinding highlighter with this palette. This is more glow than blinding, which off course also is a very nice look, but if you prefer intense highlighters I don’t think this palette is for you. At least not since the price is 60£. If you can appreciate a natural look these highlighters really gives you a natural, but healthy glowing look .


Overall, the appearance of the product is stunning, both the powders and the packaging look expensive and so so gorgeous. This is without doubt my prettiest packaging I have in my collection. If you have light skin and prefer a more natural look, and don’t mind spending a bit extra on getting a stunning packaging for a high-end brand, than I would absolutely recommend this to you. I am very happy to own mine. If you are a leaning more towards medium (either natural or with tanning) I think this is too light for you, and if you think the best highlighters are the most blinding ones then I would skip picking this up as well.

But if you love a natural glow and appreciate pretty packaging, I think you will like this as much as I do.

Colourpop Chasing Rainbows – 6 Makeup Looks!

Playing with a new (or at least new to me) Colourpop palette with fun colours always excite me. This holographic packaging with fun colors was confusingly enough a part of their Christmas collection 2018. But, now during the warmer months I find it more suitable to pull out this fun and bright palette.


  • Colourpop Chasing Rainbows Eyeshadow Palette – Wiggles, Woke, Wish List, Manifest It, Keep Cool, Not Playing, Prism.
  • Morphe X Jacklyn Hill Eyeshadwo Palette – Abyss.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro90, Bro30.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • L’Oreal Paradise Extatic Mascara.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • Colourpop Creme Gel Liner – Insomniac.
  • Maybelline Master Drama Kohl Pencil – Ultra Black.
  • Colourpop Glitterally Obsessed – Disco Lady.
  • Colourpop No Filter Concealer – Light 14.
  • House Of Lashes – Noir Fairy BLK.
  • Sleek Distorted Dreams Highlighter Palette – Anodize, Refracted.


  • Colourpop Chasing Rainbows Eyeshadow Palette – Wiggles, Blurred Lines, So Meta, Feeling It, Realness.
  • Morphe X Jacklyn Hill Eyeshadwo Palette – Abyss.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro90, Bro30.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • L’Oreal Paradise Extatic Mascara.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • Urban Decay 24/7 Glide On Eye Pencil – Honey.
  • Becca Ocean Jewels Highlighter Palette – Citrine.
  • Colourpop No Filter Concealer – Light 14.
  • House Of Lashes – Noir Fairy BLK.


  • Colourpop Chasing Rainbows Eyeshadow Palette – Wiggles, Bring It, On One, Prism, Lucid, Blurred Lines.
  • Morphe X Jacklyn Hill Eyeshadwo Palette – Abyss.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro90, Bro30.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • L’Oreal Paradise Extatic Mascara.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • H&M Colour Essence Eye Pencil – Into The Blue.
  • Eylure Exaggerate – 143.
  • Colourpop Glitterally Obsessed – OMG I’m Wet.


  • Colourpop Chasing Rainbows Eyeshadow Palette – Wiggles, Manifest It, Keep Cool, Prism, Eclipse, Feeling It, Realness, So Meta.
  • Morphe X Jacklyn Hill Eyeshadwo Palette – Abyss.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro90, Bro30.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • L’Oreal Paradise Extatic Mascara.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • Colourpop Creme Gel Liner – Insomniac.
  • Eylure Exaggerate – 143.
  • Sleek Distorted Dreams Highlighter Palette – Anodize, Refracted.


  • Colourpop Chasing Rainbows Eyeshadow Palette – Wiggles, Woke, Manifest It, Keep Cool, Prism, So Meta, Not Playing.
  • Morphe X Jacklyn Hill Eyeshadwo Palette – Abyss.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro90, Bro30.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • L’Oreal Paradise Extatic Mascara.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil – Honey.
  • Colourpop Glitterally Obsessed – Disco Lady.
  • House Of Lashes – Noir Fairy BLK.


  • Colourpop Chasing Rainbows Eyeshadow Palette – Wiggles, Feelin It, Realness, Prism, Lucid.
  • Morphe X Jacklyn Hill Eyeshadwo Palette – Abyss.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro90, Bro30.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • L’Oreal Paradise Extatic Mascara.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • Maybelline Master Drama Kohl Pencil – Ultra Black.
  • House Of Lashes – Noir Fairy BLK.

As usual, Colourpop eyeshadows work really well for me. And I think it’s kind of cool that they did something so summery for their Holiday collection. I tend to find that Colourpop enjoys some irony from time to time.

As usual the review will be up soon, so stay tuned for that if you want to know more and see swatches!



Trowback Thursday Makeup Looks – Kiko Color Fever Must Have Eyeshadow Palette “02 Elegant Tones”.

This time I am pulling out an old limited edition palette by Kiko for a my throwback thursday. This palette is also a bit on the chopping block because it’s in my current stash or trash and I need to figure out if I will keep this or not. Since I basically never used it since I got it maybe 7 or 8 years ago (my goodness) I figured it deserved to get some dust blown of it.

Here is the palette among my other Stash or Trash items (a recap will be uploaded sometime soon)


I did these two looks where I tested out quite a few of the shades. The shades don’t have names so I just added numbers to kind of show what shades I used.


  • Kiko Color Fever Must Have Eyeshadow Palette “02 Elegant Tones” –  Shade 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13.
  • Morphe X Jacklyn Hill – Abyss.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Dark Brown.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro90, Bro30.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • Kiko Smart Eye Pencil – 805.
  • Maybelline Master Drama Kohl Pencil – Ultra Black.
  • Colourpop Glitterally Obsessed – Disco Lady.
  • Colourpop Pressed Glitter – Over Packed.
  • House Of Lashes – Noir Fairy BLK.
  • L’Oreal Paradise Extatic.


  • Kiko Color Fever Must Have Eyeshadow Palette “02 Elegant Tones” – Shade –
  • Morphe X Jacklyn Hill – Abyss.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Dark Brown.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro90, Bro30.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • Kiko Glamorous Eye Pencil – 412.
  • House Of Lashes – Noir Fairy BLK.
  • L’Oreal Paradise Extatic.

Making these looks helped me figure out if it will fall into the Trash category or the Stash category, but I won’t reveal my thought until the actual post. What do you think? Is it a keeper or not?

Either way it’s always good to use a palette you haven’t used for a while. It can be a bit hard to get around to every palette with a big collection, so these throwback Thursday posts are exactly the excuse I need to pull out a good old palette.





NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner – Review!

I have given this gel liner a fair run before writing this review. I have actually used this so much I am starting to run low. I have about 1/4 left of the pot and figured I could write down a few opinions about it.

I bought this when I ran out of my Maybelline gel liner (which is a great one!) and needed to grab a new one quick. The NYX Epic Black Mousse liner was actually the only drugstore option I could find in the store. It left me wondering if people in Norway don’t use gel liners? I mean I went to visit 5 or 6 stores that sold makeup and this was my only option. So I grabbed it. I kind of had to.

Despite the name it’s not very moussey. It feels just like a regular gel liner in my opinion. Maybe even a bit on the firmer side. And this is my firts problem with it. Being so firm I found it to not glide as easily on the lid, Now, I am 32 years old and probably have a bit more fine lines on the lid than the average 20-year-old and that means that a firmer formula that don’t glide on that easily takes a bit of work to look nice and even. I found that I had to go over the liner several times to get it to cover the fine lines in my lid. Maybe not an issue if you are younger, but I can imagine someone my age or older need to go over the liner a few times to make it look even. And we all know how liners work. The more times you have to go over it, the more chances you get of messing it up. Suddenly your line is a bit thicker than you intended to.

The formula also made it a bit hard to make that really sharp wing. It’s just a bit too thick to make that razor sharp wing easy to get. Not impossible by any means, but I found that I had to focus a lot more with this than I am used to with other gel liners or liquid liners.

With that said, the formula is nice and black. Not epic, but it’s a proper black. I really don’t like it when liners go grey upon application. If I buy a black liner I want black, not grey, not charcoal, and this liner did a good job with keeping a nice matte black shade.

The formula is pretty budge proof as well. It had no problem staying in place, even on my water line the whole day which I also find to be a important trait. No one wants to spend time making a nice tidy wing and seeng it “fly away” after 5 hours. So the formula is pretty budge proof, although not water proof so it was fairly easy to remove at the end of the day.

The pot has a protective plastic thing inside the lid, that after a while fell off. I kept it on, which I think it’s very important, but it made it kind of hard to screw on the lid. The formula does dry out farily quick so I still would not recommend removing anything that can prevent it from drying out. I found that after a couple of months it had dried out so much that it made it even harder to apply. I had to use duraline after a while, and duraline does wonders. I don’t think I would be able to go through the whole pot withouth adding duraline though. It would just be too dry.

However since it’s a nice black shade, and stays on pretty well it may work if your eyelids are younger than mine. Belive me aging does not make the makeup game any easier. So for someone younger I can imagine it works fine. But I would not recommend it unless you have some duraline avaliable or you may have to bin it before you are half way.

I will not repurchase this one again, simply because I know there are better options out there (like the one from Maybelline, or Inglot if you are willing to pay a few extra coins).

I will, with duralines help, finish the pot. So in that matter it was not a total miss, but taking the problems with application into consideration this is not something I will repurchase.

Do you have a favorite gel liner ro recommend? I would be happy to know more suggestions!



My Makeup Collection 2019 – Eyeshadow Palettes! (This is crazy!)

This one took me some time to do! First of all I had to work up the courage to just get the job done, then I had to try to take pictured and make it sort of organized without loosing control (let’s just say I had to re-do some of the pictures in the end), and then finally edit all the photos, and write the post.

So, if are sharp you may notice that you have seen a few new palettes in my stories or my Instagram the last couple of weeks that are missing in this post. It’s simply because I had to work with this for a while and I got e few new palettes in the time between taking the photos and finishing this post.

Without any more rambling, these are my eyeshadow palettes with 10 shades or more!


Juvias place is one of my favorite brands for eyeshadow palette and I have collected quite a few of this the last year!

  • Juvia’s Place – The Warrior Palette.
  • Juvia’s Place – The Afrique Palette.
  • Juvia’s Place – The Douce Palette.
  • Juvia’s Place – Mini Masquerade Palette.
  • Juvia’s Place – The Saharan II Palette.
  • Juvia’s Place – The Magic Palette.
  • Juvia’s Place – The Festival Palette.
  • Juvia’s Place – The Zulu Palette.
  • Juvia’s Place – The Saharan Palette.
  • Juvia’s Place – The Nubian 2 Palette.
  • Juvia’s Place – The Tribe Palette.
  • Juvia’s Place – The Nubian Palette.


My Zoeva eyeshadow palette collection is quite large as well. I was hooked on Zoeva palette for a while, and they are so slim and handy to store. All these palettes really does not take up mush space at all.

  • Zoeva – Rodeo Belle.
  • Zoeva – Sweet Glamour.
  • Zoeva – En Taupe.
  • Zoeva – Caramel Melange.
  • Zoeva – Mixed Metals.
  • Zoeva – Smokey.
  • Zoeva – Offline.
  • Zoeva – Matte.
  • Zoeva – Opulence.
  • Zoeva – Cocoa Blend.
  • Zoeva – Rose Golden.
  • Zoeva – Eye See.
  • Zoeva – Artisto.
  • Zoeva – Cafe.
  • Zoeva – Blanc Fusion.


I am currently the happy owner of 7 Anastasia palettes. I have collecting since they released Modern Renaissance. I will soon pick up the new palette, and I am gutted I missed out on the Mario palette. That’s life.

  • Anastasia Riviera..
  • Anastasia Subculture.
  • Anastasia Sultry.
  • Anastasia Prism.
  • Anastasia Norvina.
  • Anastasia Modern Renaissance.
  • Anastasia Soft Glam.


I got a small bunch of really old school Urban Decay palettes. Do you remember these Book of Shadows palettes? From back in the day when Urban Decay was one of the few brands that actuallt released colorful palettes!

  • Cargo Lumieres Du Monde.
  • Sephora Storylook Cinderella Palette.
  • Urban Decay 15th Anniversary Palette.
  • Urban Decay Afterdark.
  • Urban Decay Gwen Stefani.
  • Urban Decay Deluxe Palette (OK this was a glitch. It was already presented in my small eyeshadow palette collection post).
  • Urban DEcay Book Of Shadows III NYC.
  • Urban Decay Book of Shadows IV.
  • Urban Decay Wizard of Oz Theodora Palette.


Aaaand, some of the more neutral Urban Decay Options, their Naked line! And a little Too Faced one thrown in the mix.

  • Urban Decay Naked Heat.
  • Urban Decay Naked 2.
  • Urban Decay Naked 3.
  • Urban Decay Naked 1.
  • Urban Decay Naked Smokey.
  • Urban Decay Naked Cherry.
  • Too Faced Chocolate Bar.


  • Kiko Color Fever Must Have Eyeshadow Palette – Sophisticated Neutrals.
  • Obsession Makeup Be Crazy About Eyeshadow Palette.
  • Kiko Color Fever Must Have Eyeshadow Palette – Elegant Tones.
  • Makeup Revolution Re-Loaded Velvet Rose.
  • Makeup Revolution Re-Loaded Iconic Division.
  • L’Oreal Cherry My Cheri.


Colors always make me happy! Colorful eyeshadow palettes from nice indie brands must be my favorite of all!

  • Beauty Bay EYN Bright Matte.
  • September Rose Slush Eyeshadow Palette.
  • Beauty Bay Evolve Eyeshadow Palette.
  • Morphe Boss Mood 35M.
  • Certifeye Tropical Wonders Palette.
  • GLF Cosmetics Princessa Azteka.
  • Certifeye Dynasty Palette.


  • Violet Voss Hashtag.
  • Nabla Poison Garden.
  • Nabla Soul Blooming.
  • The Balm Nude Tude.
  • Huda BEauty Rose Gold Textured Palette.
  • Huda Beauty Desert Dusk Palette.
  • Lorac Pro.


  • Smashbox Shapematters Palette.
  • Lunar Beauty Life’s A Drag.
  • Zoeva Matte Spectrum.
  • Sigma Beauty Paris Palette.
  • Dominique Cosmetics Latte Palette.
  • Linda Hallberg Infinity Palette.


My Jeffree Star Cosmetics eyeshadow collection. It has grown a little bit since I took the pictures to this post, and I got both the Jawbreaker and Blue Blood palette quite recently.

  • Jeffree Star Androgyny Palette.
  • Jeffree Star Beauty Killer Palette.
  • Jeffree Star Thirsty Palette.
  • Jeffree Star Blood Sugar Palette.


This must be my favorite part of my collection. My highly treasured Natasha Denona Palettes!

  • Natasha Denona Safari.
  • Natasha Denona Tropical.
  • Natasha Denona Green Brown 28 Eyeshadow Palette.
  • Natasha Denona Sunset.
  • Natasha Denona Lila.


On the more affordable side we have my Makeup Revolution palettes:

  • Makeup Revolution Forever Flawless – Optium.
  • Makeup Revolution Life On The Dance Floor.
  • Makeup Revolution Jewel Collection – Deluxe.
  • Makeup Revolution X Tammy Tropical Carneval.
  • Makeup Revolution Forever Flawless – Decadent.
  • Makeup Revolution X Soph Eyeshadow Palette.
  • Makeup Revolution Jewel Collection – Opulent.
  • Makeup Revolution X Soph Extra Spice.
  • Makeup Revolution Jewel Collection – Gilded.
  • Makeup Revolution X Carmy MUA Make Magic.


Aaand, my BH Cosmetics collection. I rediscovered how good the quality of these palettes can be with the festival palette!

  • BH Cosmetics Foil Eyes 28 Eyeshadow Palette.
  • BH Cosmetics Weekend Festival Palette.
  • BH Cosmetics Royal Affair Palette.
  • BH Cosmetics Desert Oasis Palette.
  • BH Cosmetics Carly Bybel Palette (The first original one)


As Tarte now started to make a bit of colors my collection of their palettes have grown a bit as well!

  • Tarteist Pro Remix
  • Tarteist Pro
  • Tarte Tartelette
  • Tarte High Tides And Good Vibes.
  • Tarte Icy Betch.
  • Tarte Make Believe In Yourself
  • Tartelette Toasted
  • Tarte Buries Treasure.


  • Morphe X Jacklyn Hill Eyeshadow Palette.
  • Violet Voss Flamingo.
  • Obsession Makeup Belle Jordan.
  • Obsession Makeup All We Have Is Now.
  • Blush Tribe Sonie Zahrine.
  • Blush Tibe Manuza.
  • Menagerie Cosmetics Feral Palette.


And ast but not least this is my Colourpop palette collection (counting only the palettes with 10 or more shadows, so naturally there are more smaller ones!).

  • Colourpop – Through My Eyes
  • Colourpop – You Had Me At Hello
  • Colourpop – I Think I Love You
  • Colourpop – Brunch Date
  • Colourpop – Chasing Rainbows
  • Colourpop – Sweet Talk
  • Colourpop – Good Sport
  • Colourpop – Rendezvous
  • Colourpop – Fortune
  • Colourpop –  It’s a Princess Thing
  • Colourpop – Yes Please
  • Colourpop – Dream St
  • Colourpop – Zodiac
  • Colourpop – Fame
  • Colourpop – Golden State Of Mind
  • Colourpop – Fem Rosa She
  • Colourpop – Double Entendre
  • Colourpop – My Little Pony
  • Colourpop – All I See Is Magic
  • Colourpop – Salvaje
  • Colourpop – Give It To Me Straight
  • Colourpop – Element Of Surprise
  • Colourpop – Perception.

If you are sharp, and have been paying attention to my Instagrm post or stories you may even notice that some palettes are missing. The reaon being it took a while from when I took the pictures untill I manage to make this posts. I keep getting palettes all the time, so I just had to start making this post at some point. So if you are missing some of my more recent palettes than you are absolutely right. They will be added next year!

In this post I count 138 palettes. That’s the number of a very enthusiastic collector! A rough estimate tells me with these, my smaller eyeshadow palettes and my new additions the last moths I probably have about 200. Crazy right? Well, thats what you get for loving both colors, neutrals and makeup all together.

Have you counted your collection? You may get surprised! (I kind of did).