Colourpop Blue Moon Eyeshadow Palette – 4 Makeuplooks!

This palette is so me! I just picked up Blue Blood right before this was released (I have still left to review that one though) but still I felt like off curse I needed another blue eyeshadow palette! Blues are my favorite color to work with, along with green. So this cute little 9-pan was a welcome addition to my palette family and I had so much fun creating some all blue looks!

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  • Colourpop Blue Moon – Moonlite, Fine Chine, Clued In, Mad About U, Lumi.
  • Morphe X Jacklyn Hill Eyeshadow Palette – Abyss.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Dark Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro30.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • Maybelline Master Drama Kohl Pencil – Ultra Black.
  • Makeupgeek Gel Liner – Fame.
  • Colourpop No Filter Concealer.
  • Colourpop BFF Mascara – Blue Ya Mind.
  • Colourpop Glitterally Obsessed – OMG I’m Wet.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • Maybelline Snapscara Mascara.
  • Kiko Smart Eye Pencil – 813.
  • Huda Beauty Lashes – #9 Carmen.

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  • Colourpop Blue Moon – Starry Eyed, Da Ba Dee, Mad About You, Clued In, Billie Jean, Lumi.
  • Morphe X Jacklyn Hill Eyeshadow Palette – Abyss.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Dark Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro30.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • Maybelline Master Drama Kohl Pencil – Ultra Black.
  • Colourpop No Filter Concealer.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • Maybelline Snapscara Mascara.
  • H&M Colour Essence Eye Pencil – Into The Blue.
  • Huda Beauty Lashes – #9 Carmen.
  • Nail art gems (ebay).

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  • Colourpop Blue Moon – Clued In, Da Ba Dee, Moonlite, Tide Pool, Lumi.
  • Morphe X Jacklyn Hill Eyeshadow Palette – Abyss.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Dark Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro30.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • Maybelline Master Drama Kohl Pencil – Ultra Black.
  • Colourpop No Filter Concealer.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • Makeup Revolution The Mascara Revolution.
  • Huda Beauty Lashes – #9 Carmen.
  • Becca Ocean Jewels Highlighter Palette – Aquamarine.

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  • Colourpop Blue Moon – Moonlite, Starry Eyed, Fine China, Clued In, Tide Pool, Mad About You, Lumi.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Dark Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro30.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • Makeupgeek Gel Liner – Fame.
  • Colourpop No Filter Concealer.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • Makeup Revolution The Mascara Revolution.
  • H&M Colour Essence Eye Pencil – Into The Blue.
  • Huda Beauty Lashes – #9 Carmen.
  • Becca Ocean Jewels Highlighter Palette – Aquamarine.
  • Nailart gems (ebay).

A couple of weeks ago I was preparing a boat before getting it on to sea, and I was painting the bottom of it. With that heavy duty paint you need to wear gas masks to not breathe in the fumes. And I got some in my eyes even though I was wearing protective goggles. I have been red on my eyes for two weeks now. Since red is enhanced by blue I really had to do some editing for this to not look like Halloween looks. It would have been appropriate last week but now I would just be too late. So I edited out Halloweeen for you. And my eyes are getting treatments too, so they are soon back to normal state.

Anyway, hope you like the looks! Blues are and always will be my favorite!

XOXO

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Makeup Hauls – October 2019!

I felt like I barely bought any makeup in October, so I am not really sure how all of this happened. Surely, some of these things were ordered in September, but still I feel like this is a lot more than what I actually ordered. I think I really need to slow down on buying new palettes. I have a hard time managing to review them all. Can’t help it though. I just love all the colors, and all the neutrals.

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I was absolutely stunned when Colourpop released the So Jaded palette! I know big palettes are not everyones cup of tea, but I have a weakness for them. Not when they are called Morphe and has 35 shades of 6 different browns, but when they have a lot of variation and color they hit a nerve for me. I am in love with how this palette looks. I want more big palettes like this! I hope their holliday collection is a new huge palette. That would make me happy! In the mean time I’ll just admire this one.

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While we are talking about big palettes here’s another one! The Beauty Bay Going Out Out. It was some journey to get this! I ordered this one back in the beginning of May actually. I waited and waited and the package never arrived. After a few months I contacted Beauty Bay about my missing order, but they said that since it was more than three months since the order, and they had not recieved any retuned packages they could not refund me. So I was a bit bummed, and I figured I didn’t need the palette after all, and I forgot about it for a while. But in September they had 50% off their entire line, so I decided to pick this up for half the price. And you know what? Two weeks ago I got refunded for the parcel that was lost in May. It just showed up after all and I got my money back. How lucky is that!

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As I find the eyeshadows from Beauty Bays own line to be quite good I wanted to try their highlighters as well. I got the Beuty Bay Ethereal Bouncy Beam Multi Use Highlighter palette and three of the Beauty Bay Gelèe Glow Multi Use Higlighters in three different shades. I think I got some fun options here and I am curious how they work!

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I also adore the cute little 9-pans from Colourpop so I grabbet the “Baby Got Peach” and “Lilac You A Lot”. I hope to see more from the pastel color series in the future. I would love a pastel mint palette! I also snagged the beautiful peach blush in the shade “Frisky Business”. Because Colourpops pressed powder blushes has a lovely formula too!

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The color story of Obsession Makeups “Black is the new Black” eyeshadow palette is so appealing to me. I really like the looks of it. I hope it performs well. A black palette should have an awesome black in my opinion. I did swatch the silver though, and that looks incredible!

Since I have been really enjoying the Conceal & Define foundation and concealer, I had to try the Conceal & Hydrate too! So I picked up both the foundation and concealer. I have been quite lucky with my Makeup Revolutino foundations so far. Three out of three has been a hit for me, which is quite impressive for a cheap drugstore brand I would say! I hope these are a hit too!

And along in the same order came the I ❤ Revolution Mint Choc Chip primer…..because mint chocolate! I don’t really need a green color correcting primer. I just wanted it to smell like mint chocolate, and it does!

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I may have gone a bit crazy with the Colourpop Disney Midnight Masquerade collction. Although I didn’t get everything I got a lot of my favorite pieces from the collection. The packaging is just so beautiful! I got off course the palette, 5 of the blush/highlighter compacts and four of the brand new Lux Liquid Lipstick formula!

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Since Ofra has one of my very favorite highlighter formulas I had to make a little dedicated Ofra order. I got the Blush “Mai Tai”, and the highlighters “Bali” and “Cloud 9”. I also got three different shades of the Ofra Liquid Lipsticks. I have heard so many good things about their formula, but I have never tried them myself so I figured it was about time.

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All my magnetic palettes with Colourpop singles were full, so I had to grab a new empty one. It’s handy to have one of these, because I like to throw in a single or two to complete the order, and I had run out of space to collect them. So I got the new gorgeous one they just releases as well as three singles. And yes, “Smoke Show” off course! The white, black and grey palette so many have been waiting for!

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Makeup Revolution release so much they may be even worse than Colourpop. Their numberous releases makes me keep just half an eye on them, but from time to time they drop a collection that gets my attention. Green palettes tend to get my attention in general, but look how beautiful this is! I have a few palettes already in the Forever Flawless series and I am very happy with them, so the Chilled palette got a spot in my collection!

I also got the Blowout Mascara, the Purifying Priming Water and Lip Nourishing Tint in the shade “Energy”.

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Finally….more highlighter! This time from MAC! This highlighter palette is absolutely stunning! It’s a limited edition one and it’s called Ignite Wonders Face Palette. I also grabbed the blush “Dainty” because MAC blushes are a long time favorite of mine!

That’s all for now…..I really need to slow down on eyeshadow palettes!

Did you pick up anything fun in October?

XOXO

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BH Cosmetics Glowing in Greece Face Palette – Review!

Usually when I am drawn to a collection it’s the eyeshadow palettes that gets a second look and reels me in. But this time it was the blush and highlighter palette “Glowing in Greece” that immediately got my atteintion in Bh Cosmetics summer collection (OK so maybe I did get the two eyeshadow palettes released in the same collection, but the blush palette got my eye first!)

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The palette is a simple cardboard packaging which is fitting for the price range, but it does also include a mirror which is great. Inside the palette has 6 decent sized face powders. The top row has three mattes, and the bottom row has three shimmers.

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The top row obviously are blushes, but the bottom row has one light champagne which I would only use as a highlighter, but the second and third shades on the bottom row can double as blush toppers or glowy blushes. If you have medium or dark skin I bet they would be beautiful highlighters but for me they are just too dark. They are however super beautiful on their own as glowy blushes. I really enjoyed using them as such, but I also used them with a lighter hand as a blush topper on top of the matte blushes. Just for a tiny bit of shine. All the shades on the bottom row works nicely for me. The blusher shades are lovely. The one that is purely a highlighter for me is nice too, but it’s not a mindblowing highlighter formula.  It adds glow, it looks nice, did not take my breath away. It’s like bread. Useful for meals, but not the work of a gourmet chef.

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I don’t feel very systematic today. I just started talking about the bottom row before the top row. That feels a bit weird, to start talking about the top row in the middle of a review, but here it goes! The top row is all matte blushes. All lovely shades, and  I feel like they all differ enough from each other to offer a nice diversity. They look different in the pans, and there is also a visible difference when they are applied. Sure they are all on the warm peachy side of the color wheel, but they still look different on the skin. The two first shades I could use, but the third shade was a tiny bit too dark for me. Sure, I could get away with it when I am tanned. If I remember to pull out this palette for those one/two weeks of the year. If you have medium skin you should easily be able to use the third shade, but then the first one may be too light. The curse of a face palette.

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The formula of the blushes are lovely. Just the right amount of pigmentation. It shows up on the cheeks and blends easily, without being overly pigmented. The powders are sikly soft, and for being a very affordable palette I don’t think it has a lot of kickback in the pan. The quality seems nice, and they are very easy to work with which I always appreciate in a blush!

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This is actually the first time I try out BH Cosmetics blushes, but I know now they can be well worth picking up. This palette is just lovely and I will have my eyes peeled if they release more face palettes like this. This was a hit for sure!

XOXO

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Juvia’s Place Afrique Palette – Review & Swatches!

Afrique is a bright and fun 12 pan palette released by Juvia’s Place in 2018. Inspired by African culture both the colors in the palettes and patterns will surely pick up your mood. It looks to fun!

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The design is true to Juvia’s Place regular design. You got these funky ladies on the front cover with a bright orange background. When you open it you get an explosion of pattern an colors where you usually have the mirror (no mirror here as usual), and it surely gives me African vibes. The color story is also fun as Juvia’s Place palettes usually are. Just upon opening the palette I feel like there is so many fun, creative looks to do!

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There are 7 mattes and 5 shimmers. Let’s chat about the mattes first. There is a nice selection of both bright, fun colors and some neutrals. This palette really is the perfect balance between color and neutrals. Even though at first glance it looks more like a colorful one, you will be able to just as many neutral looks as colorful ones with these shades. The two brown shades are good. They have a decent pigmentation and blends very well. The deep maroon matte also works nice. These three shades was the three best mattes in the palette.

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I rarely have any issues with Juvia’s Place palettes. I really have just been bragging and bragging about them in my reviews. That’s why I was left a bit puzzled when I played around with the colorful mattes. The yellow is not very pigmented. It really needs to be build up, and honestly I don’t really feel I get it exactly to where I want it. That’s odd because they have proven that they can make good yellow mattes with the Zulu palette which I own and love. Not only did I have issues with the yellow, but also the matte blue and matte green. I felt like they were a bit patchy and that they really had to be built up. I found it hard to do more advanced looks with them because getting them even was a challenge. It was kind of like they were a tad too dry. Finally the matte orange, I had minor issues with. It was again not as pigmented as I wanted. Once again they also have a better orange in Zulu. It did not apply patchy, but it needed to be built up more than what I am used to with Juvia’s Place.

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For the most part I did like the metallics though. At least Kofi (metallic gold) and Togo (Metallic green) are true to the regular Juvia’s Place formula I feel. I do think Angelique (metallic bone color) was nice but a tiny bit chunky. Maybe it’s the lack of my skills rather than the eyeshadows, but I found it hard to photograph because it looked chalky. I realize that this is not really an issue at all. Most people would not care at all. I found Fifi (metallic red) to not be as rich as I am used to with Juvia’s Place metallics. The last metallic shade “Cotonou” was also the most disappointing. I am used to Juvia’s Place metallics to be so rich, so when I had to build up this to get my payoff, I was just not happy. I feel like they CAN do so much better, so I am a bit puzzled why they didn’t.

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Sad to say, even though the color story is fun, and you can get a good makeup look out of it in the end, I am just not as happy with this as expected. I know Juvia’s Place can do nice matte colorful shades, because I already have a lot of them. These shadows just don’t live up to the usual standards. Some of the metallics hold the good old stunning formula, but a few of the metallics also missed the mark.

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I love Juvia’s Place eyeshadow palettes, and I would recommend every single one of them. I would suggest buying any of the other palettes before this, because this one although usable does not live up to the other amazing Juvia’s Place palettes. Just pick another one!

Have you tried this? Did it work for you, or are you also left with the feeling that it’s not as good as the other palettes?

XOXO

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Juvia’s Place Afrique – 6 Makeup Looks!

Juvia’s Place palettes always excite me so much. I am not to far from having all of them (I am missing Warrior II). But I have hears quite some different things about this palette. I feel like usually people love the Juvia’s Place eyeshadows, so I was a bit confused why some people did not seem to enjoy it as much as other palettes. I mean. Juvia’s Place does amaing colors, and amazing metallics. Well, no better way to know what the buzz is about than to just try it out…..So here are the 6 looks:

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  • Juvia’s Place Afrique Palette – Aya, Niger, Dakar, Côte d’lvore, Cotonou, Bintou, Fifi, Togo, Angelique.
  • Morphe X Jacklyn Hill Palette – Abyss.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Dark Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro30.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • Maybelline Master Drama Kohl Pencil – Ultra Black.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • Maybelline Snapscara Mascara.
  • Kiko Glamorous Eye Pencil – 413.
  • House Of Lashes – Iconic.

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  • Juvia’s Place Afrique Palette – Niger, Togo, Angelique, Kofi.
  • Morphe X Jacklyn Hill Palette – Abyss.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Dark Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro30.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • Maybelline Master Drama Kohl Pencil – Ultra Black.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • Maybelline Snapscara Mascara.
  • Kiko Eye Pencil – name rubbed off (teal).
  • Dumb Blonde Cosmetics Glitter – Nr 15,
  • House Of Lashes – Iconic.
  • Colourpop Creme Gel Liner – Electric Daisy.

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  • Juvia’s Place Afrique Palette – Aya, Niger, Côte d’Ivorie.
  • Morphe X Jacklyn Hill Palette – Abyss.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Dark Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro30.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • Maybelline Snapscara Mascara.
  • H&M Colour Essence Eye Pencil – Into The Blue.
  • House Of Lashes – Iconic.
  • Sleek Distorted Dream Highlighter Palette – Blurred Lights.

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  • Juvia’s Place Afrique Palette – Kisi, Cameroon, Bintou, Fifi, Kofi, Angelique.
  • Morphe X Jacklyn Hill Palette – Abyss.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Dark Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro30.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • Maybelline Snapscara Mascara.
  • Maybelline Master Drama Kohl Pencil – Ultra Black.
  • Sleek Distorted Drems Highlighter Palette – Anodize, Refracted.
  • House Of Lashes – Iconic.

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  • Juvia’s Place Afrique Palette – Côte d’Ivorie, Fifi, Kofi.
  • Morphe X Jacklyn Hill Palette – Abyss.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Dark Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro30.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • Maybelline Snapscara Mascara.
  • Maybelline Master Drama Kohl Pencil – Ultra Black.
  • Jeffree Star Velour Liquid Lipstick – Redrum.
  • Sleek Distorted Dreams Highlighter Palette – Sweet Delusion.
  • Huda Beauty Lashes – #9 Carmen.

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  • Juvia’s Place Afrique Palette – Dakar, Aya, Bintou, Cotonou, Fifi, Togo.
  • Morphe X Jacklyn Hill Palette – Abyss.
  • Revolution Pro Brow Pomade – Dark Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro30.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • NYX Epic Black Mousse Liner.
  • Maybelline Snapscara Mascara.
  • Maybelline Master Drama Kohl Pencil – Ultra Black.
  • Sleek Distorted Dreams Highlighter Palette – Blurred Lights.
  • Huda Beauty Lashes – #9 Carmen.
  • H&M Colour Essence Eye Pencil – Silver Jade.

Have you tried the Afrique palette? How do you think it compares to their regular formula? Leave your thoughts in the comments!

XOXO

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NYX Candy Slick Glowy Lip Color – Review!

It’s been a hot minute since I reviewed lip products. I spent some time lately focusing on finishing up a few lip products (referring to my yearly project pan which I got bored of and forgot all about, but I managed to finish 5 lipsticks/glosses before I gave up). Now, these guys I grabbed on impulse while I was standing at a NYX counter (I had no real business at that counter but still left with 4 products….I am hopeless). I figured why not grab two since it’s been a hot minute since I reviewed a lip product (I do have a couple more coming soon though….like I said, project pan is over).

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Packaging look pretty standard for being NYX. Although they are on the higher side of the price range when it comes to drug store (at least in Norway) they don’t seem to spend that much money on the packaging to be honest. NYX packaging usually looks cheap, and so does these Candy Slicks. I mean, they don’t look awful, they just look like the target marked is a bit below my age. I can live with that if the products are good though.

Keeping true to the candy theme these smell. It’s pretty intense. It’s not off putting to me, but if you are sensitive to scented products I recommend checking these out in store so you can smell them. The scent does not linger on the lips though, it’s just pretty much in your face while you apply it. I can’t really pin-point the scent, but they smell kind of like sour vingums to me.

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I didn’t know what to expect from these. But they feel like something between a gloss and a cream lip product. It’s quite pigmented, but I noticed straight away that the first shade I tried “Sugarcoated Kiss” was not very flattering. I felt like I applied the normal amount of lip product, but still it collected in the inner rim of my lips, leaving me with a very unflattering look. I fairly quickly got it on my teeth as well.

So that did not go so well, what I would consider a normal amount, meaning what I usually apply with regular glosses withouth facing any problems, was a bit too much when it came to this product. So I figured out a thinner layer could work better. It kind of did, but still collected on the inner parts of my lips. Actually, to avoid that problem I had to use so little lip product it was barely there. That could be OK. I mean, no makeup makeup is a thing right? But it was not OK, because it lasted me a good 10-15 minutes and I can’t be bothered reapplying a product that demand extra care and a mirror to apply safely. In short words, this one did not work for me at all.

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But that’s why I always pick up 2-3 shades when reviewing a lip product. Sometimes it’s just that shade that’s off, and another shade works better. So I happily gave “Watermelon Taffy” a fair shot of impressing me. Watermelon Taffy let me down. It was exactly the same case with this one.

Sadly, these are a big no for me. They were actually so disappointing that they won’t get a spot in my collection at all. I have too many good lip products to justify keeping those I don’t like. Now, I don’t want to bin new products. I have only used them a few times each, and although I can’t sell or gift them maybe a friend that didn’t mind that I had tried them would be willing to give them a chance? But on the other side, would it really be friendly of me to hand over my Candy Slick problems to someone else? I sense an ethical issue here. I guess I’ll just be nice to my friend and bin these. Good riddance!

XOXO

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Colourpop Sweet Talk Eyeshadow Palette – Review & Swatches!

Super sweet springy peach palette by Colourpop. People went wild over this collection, and I agree it’s one of the prettiest released in all of 2019, which actually is quite an achievement since Colourpop release something faster than most. I do really thing this palette is really really pretty. Both inside and outside.

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Now, I guess we can both agree that Colourpop is not the brand to make the most out of their packaging. For the price that is not expected either, but they can be a tiiiny bit on the too simple and boring side (plain packaging with just the name), but this time it looks like they actually has a designer on the job (you don’t need a graphic designer to get the name in plain letters). The packaging is beautiful this time. And it raise the whole feel of the palette to another level. It’s pretty and I want to see more like this!

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The color story is pretty too! According to Colourpops own website this it their #1 bestselling palette and I totally see why. The mixture of peach, corals, browns and golds as well as a wide range of textures makes this palette both exciting and wearable with many options.

For the first time Colourpop put one of their famous Super Shock shadows in the palette. A lot of people were worried that it would dry out too quickly, but apparently the formula has been reformulated to a non-drying one. I had this for some months now, and it still works fine. We just have left to see how it holds up one or two years in a palette. This should be the first time they put a super shock shadow in a palette, but I think “Tickled” from the Oh La La palette which was released a while before seems suspiciously similar to a super shock shadow too. The shade Side2Side is the one shades in Sweet Talk with this formula. If you haven’t tried it before it’s hard to explain. They can be a little tricky, but they are very very pretty. Especially the shimmery ones, which are very impactful, and often has a unique sparkle to them. Side2Side is perfect as a topper shade, because you can just tap in on top of your lid with a finger to give the look a whole new dimension.

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There is also two pressed glitter shade shades. I am maybe one of the very few who actually appreciate pressed glitters in a palette. Then I always have an option to spice up my looks even further. Glitter are not eyesafe, and on the back of the palette you can read the warning from Colourpop saying they are not intended for use on the eyes. I do take my chances, but if you have sensitive eyes just please be aware that they are not intended for eye use. Some say it’s stupid to put non eye safe items in a eyeshadow palette, but it’s the same thing with many pressed pigments. They have to claim it’s not eye safe even though most people use them without even thinking about it. I have my suspicions that this warning is mostly because they are demanded put the warning there, not because it can’t be used. Anyway, with that being said, I really like the Colourpop pressed glitters. They have a nice formula and are fairly easy to pick up and apply. And off course as glitters most they give the possibility to get your look to the next level.

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The rest of the shadows have more regular formulas. Meanly mattes and metallics. I love both of these formulas, as I say in every palette review. For the most part there are mattes (7) and only two metallics. That’s OK because the super shock shadow and pressed glitters gives you as much sparkle as you can get. The quality of both these formulas are great! Good pigmentation, blends well and are very soft to the touch. Colourpop simply makes quality eyeshadows overall. On occasions I find some shades I don’t love or have minor issures with, but that’s not the case with this palette. All shades perform well!

I have no problem at all understanding why this is Colourpops top seller. Not only is the quality amazing, but the great mixture of textures and lovely color story offers something that can cator to very many different people. One of my favorite Colourpop palettes for sure!

XOXO

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