Certifeye The Dynasty Palette – Review & Swatches!

I have been raving on and on about the Certifeye Tropical Wonders palette which is in my opinion the best of rainbow palettes out there. So I was off course excited to see how this palette compared.

The design of this palette is very similar to the tropical wonders palette with the same slim cardboard packaging and 12 colorful shades, but the design this time is a beautiful colorful castle. It’s both beautiful and simple at the same time.

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Even though this is very colorful, it’s not a rainbow palette which is good as they can be a bit repetitive. You get a nice range of blues, greens purples, reds and even a few browns for the days you want to go natural.

This differs from the tropical wonders palette in the sense that it’s not only a matte palette. 6 of the shades are shimmer shades, while the other 12  are matte. The formula of the mattes are good. I really like the matte formula of the tropical wonders palette, but I am under the impression that these mattes are even a bit better. They feel a bit smoother and blend very easy as well as being very richly pigmented. You get exactly the shade you see in the pan without having to build up the intensity. You get full on pigment from the very beginning. Event the purple shades blend with easy, and I find that purple mattes can often be a bit more work to blend out. These ones work like a dream, even blending them out in the outer corner work like a charm and they are not patchy at all. High quality mattes for sure.

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The shimmers are shimmers. So don’t expect a foiled or metallic finish. That’s not what these are. Not saying they are bad in any means, they are just not in the foiled category. I find that they work a tiny bit better with a damp brush. One shade that was a bit less pigmented than what I expected was the purple shade “Wealth”. This shade is a bit on the sheer side and I definitely had to use a setting spray on the brush to get it to perform as good as the rest of them. Otherwise I had no issued with the other shimmer shades. Shimmer shades are nice, but I would love to see some high shine foiled shades from this brand to match the intensely pigmented mattes!

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I think the color story match the royal theme of the palette by being rich jewel toned deeper shades. I also really like that you get one shimmer for each color-family to go with the look. You can either go monochromatic with your look, or mix and match to get a fun colorful eyelook. I think the green and blue shades are nicely put together with a shimmer, and one lighter and one darker color. I found the two matte purples to be a bit too similar on the eyes. When I used them together I found that they were pretty hard to tell apart. Also the shade “Riches” and “Cloak” does look very similar on the eyes even though you can tell them apart in the pans. So I would wish they had put in either a very dark red or a very pale purple instead of colors that are so similar. The shades are off course not bad on their own, but I think a bit more diversity in the shades would make the composition of the palette even better! I do like though that they put in a few brown shades. Even though I love color it’s nice to get the option to go neutral within a colorful palette. I think it makes the palette even more versatile.

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But overall with just a few minor nitpicking flaws (or improvement potential) this is still a very good palette that I would highly recommend.

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I am at least happy to have picked it up, and I would for sure do it again if I had to. I am excited to test even more palettes from the brand now, because I love a nice, fun color story to play with!

Have you tried this palette, or anything else from Certifeye? I would love to hear your opinion!

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Zoeva Artisto Eyeshadow Palette – Review & Swatches!

These little 10-pan palettes are such fun collectables since they are of a handy size, and usually have beautiful and decorative packaging. I got my fair share of these palettes by now. Most of them I really really like the quality of, but a few has been just OK, while one (Sweet Glamour) was just not my thing at all. So usually I really like them, but they are not as solid in quality as Colourpop where I rarely find duds in any of their palettes. There are both hits and misses in Zoeva’s line of palettes for me personally.

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The last palette I reviewed was the Eyesee palette which I think is decent but not good enough to give a raving review. So I was a bit excited where this one would place itself.

First of all, the packaging is as always beautiful. This time its black, with simple, elegant gold details. As usual it’s made out of cardboard, holds no mirror and is nice and sleek. A+ for handy, sleek and beautiful appearance.

Inside are 10 different shades. I kind of find this color story to be unique. It’s like a neutral palette but it does not have a single brown shade. Instead you have toned down blues, greens reds and oranges that are all very wearable shades despite not being your usual brown. The colors are matched in pairs with one matte and one shimmer. I think this setup is kind of genius. It is super wearable colorful shades with a very logical set-up. I think this one is perfect for people who want to wear color, but want it to be toned down. Or people who want to wear color but don’t really know how to. This palette tells you what crease shade would work with what lid shade to make a nice wearable look. I had this palette in my monthly makeup bag, and I wore the shades times and times again as a wearable look for work.

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To begin with I was honestly a bit underwhelmed, but in the end I ended up being impressed. The reason for me being underwhelmed was a few. Firstly it’s just not my favorite color scheme. It’s nothing wrong with it, and it’s a nice selection of shades for everyday looks, it was not just that pops that you get drawn to. You know, like that intense blue in a brown palette? I also get easily swayed by high shine metallics and intense shimmers, and that’s not what you get here. You get 5 mattes, one satin and 4 shimmers. They are not very intense shimmers, more of that subtle shine on the lid without any extra shine or glitter. So the reason why I was underwhelmed was not because the quality is not good, I just had to see through the fact that this palette does not have my personal favorite kind of shimmers and colors, without meaning there is anything wrong with the quality.

The five mattes are very buttery and nicely pigmented. As you can probably tell from the swatches even the lighter shade has some pigment to them and they easily show up on the eyes. Even that pale, pastel matte blue. Most of them perform nicely as well, and blends easily. The only exception was the matte blue because even though it is pigmented I found it a bit chalky and dusty. It made it a bit hard to blend without blending the color away and the result could be a bit patchy. I sticky base is necessary with this shade, at least no my lids. The rest of the mattes I did not have any issues with.

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The four shimmers are nicely pigmented, but without that high-shine you often see now a days. Nothing wrong with that, they just gives a more subtle look to the eye. I think this formula matches the muted colors because it makes the palette very wearable. Even the blue shimmer has a grey base that makes it look more muted than it appears in the pan, and makes the shade much more wearable.

I am under the impression this is a great palette if you are into more subtle looks, but you want something else than the regular browns. This palette offers some colors in a very sophisticated way. It’s also aligned in a way that makes it very easy and obvious what shades to match, or you can off course mix them all together. But the reason why this impressed me in the end was because it seems like a very thought through palette.

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I would say this is a good palette to try if you are a bit afraid of color, but want to try to widen the horizon, or if you just want something wearable and are tired of those boring browns. It’s also great if you want a palette that is really easy to put together a look with, because the palette is design with a crease shade and a matching lid shade in pairs all the way down the palette. For being just 10 shades it’s also surprisingly versatile as you get both greens, reds, oranges and blues. All in very wearable hues.

If you love bright colors and metallic intense shimmer shades, then this may not be your cup of tea. But the palette own is great!

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Whats In My Makeup Bag – November 2018!

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November is finally here with the cold dark weather and most likely some nice fresh snow! So excited! Where I live we have polar night (complete darkness) from mid November where the sun will be below the horizon. I love polar nights. There are candlelight inside and the aurora outside. Nice crisp cold weather with lot’s of fun activities like mountaineering, skiing, horseback riding in the snow, maybe kayaking with the humpback whale if the return to the fjords again this year. And off course a nice sauna to heat up in. Winter is lovely!

It’s also the second last month of my project pan, and I am focusing a lot on finishing the products I have left in the project, so get ready to get some products repeated. I really dug out an old palette from my drawer this time around, and as usual a mix of new products, old products and project pan products.

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Here is my selection of liquid base products:

  • Revolution Conceal & Define Foundation – I have tried this a bit since I picked it up in the beginning of this month and I do like it so far. I wanted to put this in my everyday makeup bag to see how it holds up properly before writing my final review about it.
  • The Saem Eco Soul Real Fit Foundation – A K-Beauty foundation that I remember really enjoying but it’s quite a while since I used it and I want to pick it up again. I need to write a review of this guy too, and I want to properly refresh my memories about why I like this before doing that. So you can expect reviews of both these foundations after this month!
  • Guerlain Multi- Reflecting Concealer – This is a nice concealer for when the weather gets colder and the skin gets more dull and dry because it’s hydration and has a nice blurring effect. Not too heavy coverage, more on the medium side, but it looks very natural and fresh.
  • NYX Angel Veil Primer – A pore filling, smoothing and blurring primer. I will focus on finishing the one from The Ordinary, but I don’t think I have more than a week left and will switch to this one after. I really like this primer actually.
  • The Ordinary High-Adherence Silicone Primer – Just your typical silicone primer. I don’t think it did much for me though. If I have to pick a silicone primer that’s affordable I would rather pick Angel Veil. So I am aiming just to finish this off. It’s not bad though. It just did not stand out in any way.

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My face powder product picks:

  • History of Woo Jewel Loose Powder – My project pan powder with only a little bit left. I really like this powder but the packaging is soooo bulky and unpractical to store. You get 28 g of powder thought, which last you a long time. I think I will finish this within a week or so.
  • Milani Baked Blush “Luminoso” – This is just as gorgeous as everyone say. My main focus will off course be the project pan blush, but my plan is to layer this on top the days I want some more glow and to mix things up.
  • Colourpop No Filter Setting Powder “Translucent” – A really nice light weight setting powder. This will do the job for the rest of the month when my History of Woo Jewel powder is finished.
  • Glominerals Globlush “Papaya” – The never ending project pan blush. I mean this is so small, and I have used it almost every day for almost a year. Where is the pan? I really need to focus on this if I want to reach my goal. Can the clown cheek look become trendy please??
  • NARS Blush “Zen” – Not to use as a blush, but to use as a contour. This slightly red toned, cool brown is actually really nice as a natural contour shade on light skin during winter!

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My highlighter selection:

  • Kevin Aucoin The Celestial Powder “Candlelight” – This is a super natural glow from within highlight that is perfect for the natural days.
  • Hello Gregory Loose Highlighter “Unicorn Frosting” – A very icy pink toned high-shine highlighter.
  • Maybelline Master Chrome “Molten Gold” – As a contrast to “Unicorn Frosting” I also picked this very warm, gold metallic highlight. So I should have something for every mood now.

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The best part are the eyeshadows I will get to play with:

  • Zoeva En Taupe – I am doing my final damage on the En Taupe palette that’s in my project pan this year. I think I will hit pan on at least one shade, maybe too. Now that we are heading to dark and cold November a cool toned neutral palette is a great option.
  • Too Faced Natural Eye – Can you believe I am blowing some dust off of this? This is even from the days when they had cardboard packaging on these tiny palettes instead of the tin packaging they have now. The shadows still performs very well, and disinfectant spray helped keep them sanitary, at least for my personal use. I have so many memories attached to this that opening this is like a patch down memory lane. It’s bot nostalgic and fun to get some use out of this.
  • Nabla Single Pan Eyeshadows – These Nabla shadows are great. The selection of shadows from left to right, top to bottom is: Mystic, Paprika, Caramel, Ludwig, Glitz, Water Dream. I picked out all these shades because I think they work nicely as everyday shades for more simple looks (who got time to do something advanced when you need to get out the door quick?). I especially like “Water Dream” which is a gorgeous glittery topper shade that can be layered over anything!

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And the next best thing to pick out, are off course lipsticks:

  • KissMe Liquid Lipstick “Hot Cocoa” – A nice brown nude.
  • KissMe Liquid Lipstick “Very Brewtiful” – Also a nude, but more on the peachy side.
  • KissMe Liquid Lipstick “Celebri-tea” – This one works as a darker nude for me because it’s quite similar to my natural lip color.
  • Catrice Volume Lip Booster – A sheer, pink minty gloss. For the days I just want a gloss that’s easy to wear.
  • NYX Liquid Suede “Tea & Cookies” – A nice ligth everyday pink that’s actually flattering on me. I am usually not the biggest fan of pinks but some of them work for me, and this is one of them. I really love this formula as well.
  • Colourpop Lippie Stix “Brink” – A matte terracotta rose. This is one of my favorite Lippie Stix shades, so I am happy to pull it out of my drawers for a bit.

What are your strategy to get some usage out of your makeup and not get stuck with the same routine all the time. Do you rotate everything? Do a makeup basket or maybe even a project pan?

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Jeffree Star Blood Sugar Palette – Review & Swatches!

The well known red toned Blood Sugar Eyeshadow Palette who have been constantly running out of stock since it’s release finally moved in with the rest of my eyeshadow collection around late June. Finally I am ready to shade my thoughts on this.

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I have all palettes released by Jeffree Star Cosmetics so far. So I guess it’s kind of a given that I like the quality since I keep picking them up, but I have to say they are not all the same. It’s not like you can buy one palette and expect the formula on the next to be similar, because I have found them to vary a bit. With that said, none of his palettes are bad, but some of them have some minor things that makes it less than perfect. So how about this one?

The palette contains 18 shadows, with three metallics, one satin and 14 mattes. The matte formula is really good. The shades are pigmented and rich but also easy to blend. I did not have any issues with any of them applying patchy, which I think is fairly good for darker reds and purples. Among those kind of shades you can easily find duds, but this one has a solid good quality overall with the matte shades. I have always enjoyed Jeffree Star matte formula, so no surprise here really. Just the quality of the mattes alone makes this a good palette.

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The first row of shades has a nice white with a matte finish that works really well in the inner corner or browbone on dramatic looks, which suits this palette well since it has a color scheme perfect for some drama. The three next shades all work nice as transition shades, but the second and third shade are a lot more pink toned than I expected on the eyes. Not a big problem since this is a red and pink themed palette, but it could be nice to know if you actually would want to make looks that are not in that color family. These shades will still appear a pit on the pinky side. There is also a rich deep gold that is stunning and a nice matte darker brown to deepen up a golden or brown look.

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There are three shimmery shades in this palette. “Candy Floss” a baby pink, “Sweetener” which is a rose gold, and “Donor” (from the first row) that is a darkened gold shade. I think both Donor and Sweetener are stunning shades, but Candy Floss came a bit short on me. I would have liked it to be a bit more intense. It’s just a bit lackluster compared to the other two. There is also a bright almost neon pink that worked great, and a purple matte that needed some building up. These strong shades does stain the lids, just be ware!

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The last row is my very favorite with delicious red shades. I mean just look at these! If you consider this palette this is the key row. If you love and would wear these shades then I think you will also like this palette. If you are not so sure about them, I would probably recommend skipping it unless you are a collector at heart.

Blood Sugar, the shade named after the palette (or maybe the other way around) is the only satin finish shade. And this is a good one! It’s so smooth and rich and looks absolutely stunning on the eyes. If you want a gorgeous red smoky eye, then this is a staple shade! Both the color and quality is nothing less than stunning, and this shade alone really does a lot to improve the overall quality. Maybe more satin shades would not have been a bad idea?

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Packaging is something else right? At first I was not sure what to think, but it grew on me. It’s super bulky and does not exactly safe space in your drawers, so you have to be able to handle that sort of palette to truly enjoy it I thing. But on the other hand it is very different, and quite retro too! The quality feels nice, nothing cheap about this thing. Unfortunately I think it’s a bit hard to open. So much so that I do find it a bit annoying. I don’t want to stand there in the morning struggling to open a too tightly closed palette. I just don’t have the patience to it. It is so hard to open that I have no idea why those metal clasps are there. This palette does not need any extra help to stay closed.

With that said it does have a decent size, good quality mirror inside. Still this is not a palette I would recommend traveling with, just the sheer size taken into consideration. You could bring 4 Zoeva palettes, or 8 Colourpop palettes and they would take up approximately the same space but with more product. So yeah, not my new travel buddy (but I got plenty of those so we are good!).

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Color composition is……red. If you are not into red looks just forget all about this palette. You want get any use out of it anyway. Being very red toned does not mean you can’t go neutral with it though. The first row of shadows offers plenty of more neutral tones. With that being said My impression is that both Sugarcan and Cake Mix appear more red hued on my skin, while they look to be more brown in the pan. You can also go for just pink and purple if you don’t feel like wearing red. Or maybe a rose gold moment using Sweetener all over your lid.

But if you want to wear red, then the whole third row is a gift! 5 different red-toned shades with everything from true tomato red, to cherry and deep red-purple. This is the smoke red row, and personally I love it. Red shades like this may look scary, but they really are striking, and if you have blue eyes these are shades that will really make your eyes pop! I think Blood Sugar is my very favorite shade of the whole palette, well worthy of it’s name. I have used it a few times for a simple smoky look, and just using the deeper shades to deepen the look and I loved how it looked.

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Even though this palette got you covered with the basics like appropriate crease shades and transition shades, as well as deeper mattes, I did find myself missing something even darker. The darkest shade in the pan is just not quite dark enough that create those red dark grungy looks that I feel inspired to do with this look. No biggie, I got plenty of blacks, but I would have loved it if that dark red-plum shade “Coma” was even a bit more dark.

While we mention that shade, I think “Extraction” and “Coma” had quite similar look on the lid, which makes me feel even more that “Coma” really should have been a lot darker.

So what is the verdict? As a collector I am happy I’ve picked this up and I would do it again for sure. But what about you, do you need it?

Well, If you love a good red, and think you are missing a bit of red variety in your collection then yes, this palette is well worth picking up. I don’t know any other palette that offers this nice of a collection of true red shades in this quality, so if red is your thing then this is a good choice.

If you find red scary, or you don’t really use reds, then picking up this palette for 56$ just to avoid the reds would be a waist of money. Without the red shades then you probably have something similar to most other shades in your collection anyway, and if you want to dabble a bit into reds but you are not sure if you like it or not I would rather recommend a palette like Anastasia Modern Renaissance instead where you have only a few (a bit more user friendly) red shades and the rest of the palette works for everyone.

If this should be worth for you to pick up you would have to know you like and feel comfortable in reds, or maybe if you are just a collector and appreciate the piece just for its own sake. If you fall into either of these categories (or both like me) then I would say this is worth picking up. If not, you would probably not want to pick this up due to it’s high price tag.

What are your thought? Do you have it? love it or hate it? Let me know in the comments! I love reading your feedback and opinion on products I review!

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Jeffree Star Bloog Sugar Eyeshadow Palette – 8 Makeup Looks!

If you like red eyelooks this is THE palette for you, because there is a very nice selection of different red shades, but also some neutrals, browns and golds if you want to mix it up. The color story reminds me of an extreme version of Modern Renaissance, just a bit more unique.

So here are the selection of looks. Off Course many of them have these red tones, but I also made some examples of looks you can make with this the days you don’t feel like wearing red. It is also possible to just do some super simple barely there looks as well.

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  • Jeffree Star Blood Sugar Palette – Sugarcane, Glucose, Tounge Pop, Cavity, Root Canal, Candy Floss.
  • Kiko Smart Eye Pencil – 805.
  • Maybelline Eyestudio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner – Black.
  • L’Oreal Paradise Extatic Mascara.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro60, Bro70.
  • Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • Jeffree Star Velour Liquid Lipstick – Druglord.
  • Revolution Pro Supreme Dip Liner – White.
  • Huda Beauty Lashes – #Scarlett.

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  • Jeffree Star Blood Sugar Palette – Sugarcane, Tongue Pop, Glucose, Cherry Soda, Fresh Meat, Blood Sugar, Extraction, Coma.
  • Maybelline Master Drama Kohl Pencil – Ultra Black.
  • L’Oreal Paradise Extatic Mascara.
  • Zoeva Graphic Brow Fix.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro30, Bro70.
  • Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • Huda Beauty Lashes – #Scarlett.

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  • Jeffree Star Blood Sugar Palette – Cake Mix, Ouch, Intravenous, Glucose.
  • Maybelline Master Drama Kohl Pencil – Ultra Black.
  • MakeupGeek Gel Eyeliner – Mobster.
  • Revolution Pro Supreme Dip Liner – White.
  • Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro60, Bro10.
  • Eylure Exaggerate Lashes – 143.
  • Maybelline Total Temptation Mascara.

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  • Jeffree Star Blood Sugar Palette – Sugarcane, Cavity, Root Canal, Coma, Donor, Candy Floss, Glucose.
  • Colourpop No Filter Concealer – Light Neutral 15.
  • Maybelline Eyestudio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner – Black.
  • Jeffree Star Velour Liquid Lipstick – You. Bettter. Work.
  • H&M Colour Essence Eye Pencil – Grand Cru.
  • Physicians Formula Shimmer Strips – Glam Nude.
  • Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro30, Bro70.
  • Eylure Exaggerate Lashes – 143.
  • Maybelline Total Temptation Mascara.

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  • Jeffree Star Blood Sugar Palette- Sugarcane, Tounge Pop, Prick, Cherry Soda, Sweetener, Candy Floss, Coma.
  • Maybelline Eyestudio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner – Black.
  • Maybelline Total Temptation Mascara.
  • Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum- Bro30, Bro40.
  • House Of Lashes – Iconic Light.

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  • Jeffree Star Blood Sugar Palette – Sugarcane, Tounge Pop, Prick, Blood Sugar, Glucose.
  • Jeffree Star Velour Liquid Lipstick – Redrum.
  • Maybelline Eyestudio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner – Black.
  • Maybelline Total Temptation Mascara.
  • Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • House Of Lashes – Iconic Light.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro30.

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  • Jeffree Star Blood Sugar – O Positive, Root Canal, Coma, Intravenous, Glucose.
  • L’Oreal True Match Concealer.
  • Maybelline Eyestudio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner – Black.
  • Maybelline Total Temptation Mascara.
  • Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro30, Bro70.
  • House Of Lashes – Iconic Light.
  • Kiko Vibrant Eye Pencil – 604.

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  • Jeffree Star Blood Sugar – Sugarcane, Cavity, Cherry Soda, Extraction, Coma, Intravenous, Sweetener, Blood Sugar.
  • Maybelline Eyestudio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner – Black.
  • Maybelline Total Temptation Mascara.
  • Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • Maybelline Master Drama Kohl Pencil – Ultra Black.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro30, Bro40.
  • House Of Lashes – Iconic Light.

Which one do you prefer? I have a lot of fun playing around with this palette, but I realize if you don’t like red tones there is not really that many looks you can do. I guess it is appropriate the theme of the palette considered.

Stay tuned for the upcoming review!

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Colourpop Fortune Eyeshadow Palette – Review & Swatches!

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Fortune is the warm-tones sister of the Fame palette which I already wrote a review of (read here). But even though Fame is super neutral, Fortune is not. It’s definitely shades here you can use for everyday looks, but this is much more than just a regular warm-toned neutral palette. This one has golds, warm browns and berry shades in a nice mix.

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The cover matches Fame, and when you put them next to each other they make a complete picture. The outside match the inside a bit better with the Fortune palette than what it did with the Fame palette, but I still think the color story on the outside could have been a bit different. I just expect something completely different when I look at them compared to what you find on the inside. Just a personal preference off course, and other than that the cover is cute.

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Inside you get 16 shades, so this is so far the biggest palette size Colourpop has released (but I am sure that will chance in the future. Colourpop release so much they are bound to suddenly make a large palette in true Morphe style, lets just hope they can actually add some colors to it when it happens, because no one need 35 shades of what’s basically 4 different browns. This palette has more has a nice composition of your basic mattes, rich metallic and warm berry shades. It’s absolutely a complete palette when it comes to color composition and you can easily create a large variation of looks. This is a nice stand/alone palette, and if you are into berries and golds this would be a good choice.

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Quality is the well known usual Colourpop quality. They really do make excellent mattes and metallic shades. All shades in this palette is good. The only one that I felt needed a little help with a damp brush was “Miser” the duochrome. I felt that it needed a spritz of setting spray on the brush to get the shine and full potential of the pigment. the berry shades blend very easily despite being a color that could be harder that your regular brown. If you like the Colourpop eyeshadows formula already, I am sure you will find this one just as satisfying.

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There is a nice mix of mattes, metallics and a satin finish shade. The nice mixture of finished is also one of the things that help making this very cohesive. I didn’t miss any particular shades when I was working with this palette. I felt I had every shade I needed here.

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For 22$ you get 16 shades of the usually great Colourpop quality (but no mirror) so if you are a fan of the color story in this palette it’s both a good and affordable palette in my opinion. At least I am happy to have picked it up!

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Colourpop Fortune Eyeshadow Palette – Makeup Looks!

Time to play around with Fame’s warm toned sister palette. This palette is filled with gorgeous gold and berry tones, and even though it is still quite neutral I like the looks of it and got very excited to dip my brush into those pretty shades. So I did!

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  • Colourpop Fortune Eyeshadow Palette – Ben, Mo Problems, 500, Fortunate, Strike It, Oracle, Stacks, Nouveau.
  • Maybelline Eyestudio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner 24 H – Black.
  • Maybelline Total Temptation Mascara.
  • Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencils – Honey.
  • Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro30, Bro70.
  • House Of Lashes – Featherette.
  • Colourpop No Filter Concealer – Light Neutral 15.

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  • Colourpop Fortune Eyeshadow Palette- Ben, Wiser, 500, Trove, Strike It, Miser, C.R.E.A.M.
  • Maybelline Master Drama Kohl Pencil – Ultra Black.
  • Maybelline Eyestudio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner 24 H – Black.
  • Maybelline Total Temptation Mascara.
  • Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro20, Bro70.
  • House Of Lashes – Featherette.
  • Colourpop No Filter Concealer – Light Neutral 15.

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  • Colourpop Fortune Eyeshadow Palette – Ben, Wiser, 500, Trove, Strike It, Racks, C.R.E.A.M.
  • Maybelline Master Drama Kohl Pencil – Ultra Black.
  • Maybelline Eyestudio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner 24 H – Black.
  • L’Oreal Paradise Extatic Mascara.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro20, Bro40, Bro70.
  • House Of Lashes – Noir Fairy Light.
  • Colourpop No Filter Concealer – Light Neutral 15.

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  • Colourpop Fortune Eyeshadow Palette – Ben, Mo Problems, Fortunate, Riche, Strike It, Stacks, Oracle.
  • Maybelline Master Drama Kohl Pencil – Ultra Black.
  • Maybelline Eyestudio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner 24 H – Black.
  • L’Oreal Paradise Extatic Mascara.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro30, Bro40, Bro70.
  • House Of Lashes – Noir Fairy Light.
  • Colourpop No Filter Concealer – Light Neutral 15.
  • Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade – Medium Brown.

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  • Colourpop Fortune Eyeshadow Palette – Ben, Wiser, Trove, Fortunate, Nouveau, Stachs, Miser, C.R.E.A.M.
  • Maybelline Master Drama Kohl Pencil – Ultra Black.
  • Maybelline Eyestudio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner 24 H – Black.
  • Maybelline Total Temptation Mascara.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro60, Bro70.
  • Colourpop No Filter Concealer – Light Neutral 15.
  • Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • Eylure Exaggerate 143.

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  • Colourpop Fortune Eyeshadow Palette – Ben, Mo Problems, -Fotunate, Strike It, Money Trees, Jackpot, Stacks.
  • Maybelline Master Drama Kohl Pencil – Ultra Black.
  • Maybelline Eyestudio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner 24 H – Black.
  • Maybelline Total Temptation Mascara.
  • Zoeva Brow Spectrum – Bro30, Bro70.
  • Anastasia Dipbrow Pomade – Medium Brown.
  • Eylure Exaggerate 143.

Overall very happy with the performance of the eyeshadows. The quality of Colourpop eyeshadows are unbeatable for the price so no surprise here I guess. Stay tuned for the upcoming review if you want to see more of this palette!

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XOXO

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