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Boxy Thoughts (I never did unboxings September through November lol)

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Before I do my Boxycharm unboxing that I received this month, I thought I would give my thoughts on some random products that I never got around to unboxing from, oh I don’t know, September to December!

Whoops! Life gets in the way sometimes!

One product I got in November I believe was the Cover FX illuminating setting spray. Typically I just purchase my Urban Decay all-nighter spray, however, I enjoy trying different setting sprays on my dry skin. This one works beautifully. The mist is super fine, and leaves a dewy finish on the skin. I would for sure purchase this again.

Another product was the KNC beauty sheet lip mask. Three of these jelly like masks came in a box. They were supposed to hydrate and plump. These were slightly hydrating but I didn’t feel like they did anything drastic. I would not pick these up again.

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I got a few lippies through the months. The top burgundy one shown is “Storm” from Laqa and Co. cosmetics. This is a gorgeous color, and the matte formula is actually super comfortable. However, the applicator is super thick, which makes application difficult. The middle shade is the Tarteist lip paint in “Salty.” I actually like this matte formula. It’s fairly comfortable and applies well. I also really enjoy the color of this lipstick. It’s a nice peachy nude, and I think it will be perfect for spring. The last shade is “Stripped” from Colourpop’s satin lip range. I love this formula and have several, so I was super pumped to get this beautiful nude shade.

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One product I was super glad to receive was the Becca pressed highlight in “Prosecco Pop.” While I already had this in the Jaclyn Hill palette, I was super pumped to receive a single of this. I love a true gold highlight and this color is gorgeous. Plus you can’t beat the formula of Becca’s highlights. In addition, the price point was awesome, as it was almost double what boxycharm costs on its own!

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In addition, I received the Winklux Kitten palette. I nearly died at the packaging. Cats and pink, my two favorite things. This is actually a super nice palette. I really love the color range, it’s a bit more unique than what we’ve seen on the market recently. In addition, the shadows blend and apply really well. This was definitely a hit product for me.

I hope I didn’t miss anything! I’ll have this months Boxycharm up soon! I truly love this service!

Do you guys get Boxycharm? What has been your favorite product thus far?

Until next time!

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2018 Project Pan

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Hello, it’s been a bit!  The end of 2017 was absolutely crazy.  However, I’ve been thinking a lot about my collection.  While I love having a huge collection, I feel like there are certain items that I just don’t need anymore.  So, I’ve decided to do a project pan for this year!  Before I tell you what I will be panning, I wanted to break down my different reasons for getting rid of products.  In addition, I hope to post some updates throughout the year.

One big reason I want to pan some of these products is because they are not cruelty free.  When I decided to go cruelty free in 2017, I did not get rid of all the non-cruelty free products in my collection.  Since I had already spent the money, I felt that it would be wasteful to get rid of them.  So, I’ve been trying to use these specific products up.

Another reason I am panning some of these products is because they’re just mediocre, and don’t get enough use.  I’m constantly purchasing new makeup and I find that it’s a total waste if I’m not using my old things.  So, without further ado, here is what I am going to attempt to pan this year!

Disclaimer – some of these products either have pan or are somewhat used up.  I felt like this would be helpful since this is my first time attempting a project pan.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance: So i’ve already hit pan on two shades.  This is my absolute favorite palette, and I’ve actually already purchased a backup.  Before I open that one I want to use this one up!

Naked Basics: This is the first high end palette I ever purchased.  While I loved it, I just have too many neutral shadows.  Plus I have four full died naked palettes, so I just do not need this little guy in my collection anymore.

Colourpop “Making Moves”: I was accidentally sent this shadow twice.  It’s a nice orange toned eyeshadow and I feel as though I can hopefully use it all up.

Colourpop “Goody Two Shoes”: This shadow is one I purchased and I do not think I have used.  I’m not sure if I can completely finish this guy up, however, I would love to just see some pan on this.

Benefit “Hoola”: This is a pan version of the Benefit classic.  I have the box o’blush version, and I do not need two of these bronzers.  This is a nice everyday bronzer and I think I can hit pan.

MAC “Well Dressed”: This is a really pretty blush, and will work well layered with other blushes.  This is a MAC non-cruelty free item, and I’m just trying to move it out of my collection.

Nars “Orgasm”: Another non-cruelty free blush, however, I have already began to hit pan on this.  I love this blush but I certainly have similar shades.  It’s time for this baby to move on.

Coty Airspun Powder: This is another non-cruelty free item.  In addition, it’s not my favorite loose powder, and I would love to try some better loose powders this year.

Makeup Forever Pro Sculpting Duo: I used to love this product for travel.  However, the pan detached from the plastic and it is now difficult to transport.  Again, this is not cruelty free and needs to go.

Rimmel Stay Matte Powder: I’ve been through a few of these and I have plenty of other powders.  It already has major pan and needs to leave the collection.

Benefit “Sugarbomb”: This product is super old, and I have another one in a palette.  It’s a stunning blush but I do not need two.

NYX Eyeshadow Base: My favorite eyeshadow prime is the two faced shadow insurance.  I don’t feel as though I need a large collection of eye primers and this one is just alright.

Colourpop “Crimper”: I have a million super shock shadows.  I love them, but kind of forget about them.  So, as this one is not my favorite shade, I want to try to use it up.

MAC Strobe Cream Mini: This is a product that is close to being gone.  I like mixing this in with primer.  It’s another non-cruelty free and it needs to go.

Benefit Professional Mini: This is very similar to my strobe cream.  It’s gotta get out, and in addition, I’m not a huge fan of the silicon type primers.

Este Edit Pore Vanishing Stick: This is almost gone as well and it’s very mediocre to me.

NYX Total Control Drop Foundation: This is about halfway gone.  This foundation is alright.  I felt like it was overpriced and I would just like to move it out of the collection.

Nars Radiant Creamy Concealer: I had a few of these concealers, and I loved them.  However, it’s not cruelty free and I shouldn’t hold on to it any longer.

I’m really hoping that I can use these items up!  Are you guys into project pans?  Are you trying to get rid of anything this year?

Until next time!

xoxox

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Kylie Cosmetics “Red Velvet” Lip Kit

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On this blog, it’s not secret that I’m super basic, and therefore have fallen in love with Kylie cosmetics. This Christmas, I snagged the lip kit in “Red Velvet.” It’s my first red from Kylie cosmetics, so stay tuned for my mini review!

I already have a post dedicated to Kylie Cosmetics in general that I will link Here. So, I don’t want to waste too much time discussing the formula. I will say that I love the consistency. It’s fairly comfortable and lasts literally forever. Be sure to check out my other post for more in depth information.

I’m obsessed with this packaging. I kept the box for a Christmas decoration. The sparkly green lips and peppermint on the front make me so incredibly happy (I am literally a Christmas elf and or Bob Cratchit). The actually lipstick packaging has a white outline and drips, which is different from the normal glossy black.

This lip kit is no exception to my obsession. I used to constantly wear red, and while I have moved into the nude territory, I still live for a red lip. This is a gorgeous bright red, which leans towards a bit more of a warm tone. It’s a festive shade, and fits in perfectly with the holiday aesthetic. I’m so happy I got my hands on this shade.

The formula on this shade is fantastic. It isn’t patchy whatsoever, which can happen occasionally with deeper colors. I know I’ll get quite a bit of use out of this shade.

All in all, I’m thrilled I added this to my Kylie collection. The color is festive, fun, and long lasting for Christmas!

Do you guys love or hate Kylie cosmetics? Did you grab any of the holiday releases?

Until next time!

Xoxox

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December 2017 Boxycharm

 

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Hello all!  Today I wanted to share what I received in my December 2017 Boxycharm.  I have been the worst with this blog and I missed unboxing from September to November.  I will have a post up this week which talks about some of the products I received in those boxes.  Without further ado, here is what I got for December 2017.

The first thing I received was the “Tarteist Lash Paint Mascara” ($23.00).  I was super excited to get this.  I had tried a sample from Sephora as a point perk a long while back, and I remember really enjoying this.  Also, I never really buy full sized high end mascaras to try (except my beloved Tarte Lights, Camera, Lashes).  I can’t wait to give this a go when I run out of my other mascaras!

The next thing that was in my box was the RealHer blush kit ($32.00).  I wasn’t sure if I would love this when I first opened the palette.  On one hand, I’ve been loving shimmery blushes lately.  However, when I first swatched this, the colors did not seem vibrant, and the consistency seemed chalky.  Yet, I have been enjoying this so far.  The colors are nice on the cheeks.  It’s not my favorite product ever, but I do like it.

The third product I received was the Bellapierre concealer palette.  I’m not sure if this has been discontinued but I cannot find this online.  I actually still really enjoy color correcting, even though the trend has kind of died down.  During the winter my red, dry skin needs some serious help.  This palette is pretty nice.  I’m not a huge fan of the orange, but the green in my Stila Correct and Perfect palette has seen better days, so I was thrilled to receive another green shade.  I will say the packaging on this is horrendous.  It is super difficult to open the compact up.  But, all in all, I enjoy this product.

I love when I receive brushes in my Boxycharm.  This month I was lucky enough to get the Crown blush brush.  This brush is dense, which is a bit different than my typical Real Techniques blush brush.  The bristles are certainly soft.  The handle feels a bit cheap, but I enjoy the look of the brush over all.  Brushes are something I never buy, so I love trying out new ones.

Finally, I received a very exciting product.  I am finally able to try Pretty Vulgar, with the “My Lips Are Sealed” ($24.00) liquid lip in “Weeping Willow.”  I have yet to try this product on the lips, but I’ve been wanting to try the brand for quite some time since its hyped up Sephora launch.  This color is stunning, and reminds me a great deal of Ofra’s “Coven”, so I can’t wait to actually wear it.  In addition, the packaging is just stunning.

That’s what I received in this months Boxycharm!  Do you guys get Boxycharm?  What variation did you get!?

Until next time!

xoxox

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Colourpop Yes Please Palette, I Think I Love You Palette, and My Little Pony Palette Reviews!

Hello all! Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you will have noticed Colourpop has been releasing products like there’s no tomorrow. I am a huge fan of their pressed shadows, so when they started releasing pressed palettes, my wallet opened immediately. I currently have three to share with you, the “Yes Please”,” the “I Think I Love You,” and the limited edition “My Little Pony.” I use all of these frequently and am dying to grab the “Dream Street,” “You Had Me At Hello,” “Element of Surprise,” and the “She” palettes if I have the chance. I just can’t get enough! But, I thought I would share my thoughts on the three I own. Just so you’re aware, all of these palettes are available on colourpop.com for $16.00.

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The “Yes Please” palette pretty much broke the damn internet. I almost grabbed this on its first launch, and then decided to be more responsible with my money (lol). I picked this baby up in September I believe and I haven’t regretted it one bit. If you’re a warm toned lover, you need this in your life. Unlike some warm toned palettes, this one really packs a punch. You get bright yellow, oranges and reds, along with a few neutrals to tie your looks together. In fact, this palette contains the shade “Note to Self,” which is one of my favorite colourpop shadows. It’s a gorgeous warm brown. While you can get a subtle look with this palette, I certainly reach for it more when I’m going out than for a typical work day. The colors are powdery, but blend like a dream. I like powdery shadows, but just be aware there’s a good amount of kick up if that’s not your thing.

I wore this so so much in October. I felt like it was such a perfect fall time palette, and kind of screamed Halloween. The colors definitely pop, but without being too neon. The mattes are phenomenal, as mentioned, and the shimmers are nice. I recommend using a setting spray to really intensify the shimmers (which I typically do) but I don’t find it to be a necessary step. I will say, and this is to all companies, white packaging sucks! This palette is getting pretty dirty, but it’s certainly not the end of the world. All in all, if you’ve ever thought about picking this palette up, just do it!

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The next palette, the “I Think I Love You,” was bought on kind of a whim. I wasn’t super wowed by the shade selection when I first saw this palette. However, after watching reviews, I decided I needed it. I’ve been really into bronze tones this fall. I’m not sure if it’s because of my job change or what not, but I have been going for a more neutral eye. In addition, this palette includes mostly shimmers, so I was a bit turned off at first. Nevertheless, I picked this baby up. Like the “Yes Please,” the shimmers are great, but can of course benefit from some fixing spray. But I really wanted to talk about the mattes. At first, I felt that I couldn’t get a complete look out of this palette. But, we have the shade “Bel Air” (another one of my favorite colourpop singles!), a beautiful neutral brown that can act as a crease shade. Then we also have the deeper brown and black, which can give the look dimension. There is also the white shade, which is one of those strange matte with glitter situations. This works perfectly as a brow bone highlight, so the palette can definitely be utilized on its own.

This palette isn’t the most exciting, but I love it for the work day. It’s very neutral, but glam at the same time. Quickly touching on packaging, the outside aesthetic is to die for. Rose gold is life and makes the product look a bit more expensive.

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Finally we have the “My Little Pony.” I may be a 1990s baby, but my siblings are ten years older and you bet your sweet ass I am I my little pony fan. These are the original ponies featured on the packaging and I knew I needed this, if only for a collectors piece. As a side note, I purchased all three glossy lips from this collection and I highly recommend. This is a colorful palette, and is appropriate for even more serious work environments (example, I work in a school and like to keep it low key, but I feel like this still works perfectly).

I don’t want to call these colors pastel, but they’re muted. I have yet to try those for gorgeous greens on the bottom, but I’ve worn the berries and corals so much. Like all colourpop shadows, I find the mattes to blend beautifully. Although there are colored mattes in here, they are no exception and work like a dream. The shimmers are stunning, and the lavender purple has been a low key obsession. In addition we have some duo-chrome situations in here, which I am so here for. I honestly bought this palette as a more collectors or special occasion product but I’m so happy to report I have been using it quite a bit and I highly recommend if it’s still available.

Do you guys like colourpop shadows? What’s your favorite? Are there any you recommend?

Until next time!

Xoxox

 

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September 2017 Boxycharm Unboxing!

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I’m super excited for this post!  I finally have gotten off of the BoxyCharm waitlist, and received my September box.  If you don’t already know, BoxyCharm is a $21.00 a month subscription service.  I haven’t really been interested in other services that only provide you with samples.  However, BoxyCharm gives you five to six full sized products every month!

I’m going to discuss what I received in my box including its price, and other details.  However, I have not tried many of the products, as I already have pulled out the makeup I will be using in September.  I just thought it would be fun to unbox my BoxyCharm on my blog so you can see what I get (since there are different versions of the box).

Pur Cosmetics “Soiree Diaries” Eyeshadow Palette ($34.00): I have yet to try this palette but I am super excited to!  I’ve swatched it and it looks promising.  Plus the color scheme has my name written all over it!

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MAC Cosmetics Eyebrow Pencil in “Lingering” ($18.00):  I’m not going to lie, although I am going cruelty free, I actually switched out the Colourpop pencil I was using for September with this one.  I recently dyed my hair more of a brunette tone and needed a darker pencil.  This works but I would never repurchase this to be honest.  Obviously this is not cruelty free, but, the pencil seems to snap off often and I don’t think the quality matches the price tag.  It does look nice however.

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Colourpop Ultra Satin Lip in “Strip” ($6.00): I was super excited to receive this!  I love the satin lip formula much more than the mattes from Colourpop.  Plus, Colourpop has to be one of my all time favorite brands.  I wore this out Friday night and it’s a beautiful nude.  I’m glad to add this to my collection.

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Studio Makeup “Loose Blush” ($35.00): I was probably least excited about this product but I am certainly going to give it a try!  It’s a really nice neutral pink shade.  I typically do not love loose products but I’m ready to give this a shot!

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Bareminerals “Face Perfecting Brush” ($28.00): I actually really enjoy this so far!  The brush is soft, and it also has a sort of crevice at the top which seems to work well.  I used this to help blend out concealer under my eyes and I felt like it worked nicely!

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Briogio “Don’t Despair Repair Deep Conditioning Mask ($20.00): Speaking of dyed hair, this came at the perfect time.  Since I dyed my hair, my tresses are feeling super dry.  This has helped to hydrate my hair in it’s time of need.

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Total Box Value: $141.00 (This may be a higher value than what it actually is, the hair mask may be a sample size only)

I hope you enjoyed this post!  Do you guys have BoxyCharm?  What were your boxes like?

Until next time!

xoxox

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Monthly Makeup: September 2017

Hello all!  This month I wanted to start a new kind of post on my blog.  Since I have really expanded my makeup collection over the past few years, I wanted to start pulling out products and using them for a whole month.  So, I thought at the beginning of the month I would share with you guys what I have selected.  At the end of the month, I will try to do an update about the products.

For things like eyeliner, face primer, and mascara, I just don’t have enough products to really switch up each month.  In addition, there are of course days when I have special events where I’ll reach for other products that are still sitting in the larger collection.

Any ways here are the products I’ve selected!

* Limited edition products will not be linked*

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Foundation:

Concealer:

Powder:

* Rimmel Stay Matte 

Eye primer:

* Essence I Heart Stage

 

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Bronzer:

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Blush:

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Brows:

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Highlight:

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Eyeshadow:

What do you guys think about doing this sort of thing every month?  I’m excited!

Until next time!

xoxox

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August 2017 Favorites

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I can’t believe how September is flying by!  I haven’t been posting a ton, however, I’ve finally had a chance to breathe and get some posts written!  I quickly wanted to talk about my August favorites of 2017.

The first one is the Anastasia Subculture palette.  You can read my full review of this dramatic palette here.  I absolutely love this.  The color scheme is stunning, and a great transition into the Fall time.  I’ve used this both during the day and the night and I feel like I can create so many different looks with it.  I can’t get enough of it!

I’ve also loved the Wet n’ Wild blush in the shade “Rose Champagne.”  It’s a stunning nude toned blush.  I’ve loved this so much throughout the Summer since it gives a beautiful glowy finish.  I feel like this could work for several different skin tones.  I used to love more colorful blushes but I have recently been enjoying more of a nude toned blush.  I highly recommend this.  The formula is great and the price is fantastic.

Speaking of Wet n’ Wild, I can not stop using the Photo Focus foundation.  This is the second bottle I have been through.  This is one of the only foundations I find that sits well on my skin for several hours.  It doesn’t appear greasy after a long wear time.  In addition, it’s more of a medium coverage foundation.  I don’t particularly like full coverage foundations and I feel like this is a great everyday option for me.  Plus, the price again is hard to beat.

My holy grail pressed powder was the Rimmel Stay Matte.  However, it is not cruelty free.  So, I’ve been on the hunt for a replacement.  I’ve found one in the Physician’s Formula Mineral Powder.  This sits great on the skin.  It doesn’t create a cakey film on the face, and I think it works well with the Wet n’ Wild foundation.  It’s not the most affordable but it is still drugstore!

For lips, I’ve loved a glossy or frosty look.  I’ve been using the Rimmel Lipstick in “Summer Angel” quite a bit.  It is not super pigmented but it gives something just a little bit extra to my natural lips.  These are also an affordable option for lips.

I’ve been using the Stila Correct and Perfect palette so much this Summer and this month.  Particularly, I’ve used the yellow power a ton.  I found that it was great for light makeup days when I was up in Maine.  It evened out my skin tone without looking like I was wearing makeup.

Another product I’ve been loving is the Marc Jacobs Highliner in “Violet Femme.”  It’s a stunning lilac shade.  The formula of these pencils are fantastic. They are creamy enough to glide on but stay on the waterline perfectly.  I think this color is going to work well for all seasons depending on the eye look I decide to create.

A product I finally tried and have been enjoying is the Essence Lash Princess Mascara.  I don’t buy a ton of new mascaras anymore, as I typically stick to the same few formulas.  However, for a low price, I decided to try this one out in a mini Essence haul I did.  I love this mascara, and it certainly lengthens as the packaging claims.  This is a rather wet formula so I wouldn’t recommend if you don’t enjoy a formula like that.

Finally, I have been loving the NYX Away We Glow liquid highlight in the shade “Liquid Prism.”  I need to pick up more shades ASAP.  I honestly was never a cream highlight fan but lately I have been loving them.  It’s a great way to look super glowy without a caked-up appearance.  This has been perfect for the Summer and I cannot recommend this product enough.  Again, it is super affordable.

Those are my standout products for August!  Some are new and some have been re-discovered from my collection.  What were your favorite products last month?

Until next time!

xoxox

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ABH Subculture Palette: Worth the hype or the drama?

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Hello all!  I haven’t posted in a hot minute.  I’ve been crazy busy, and will be starting my first education job tomorrow!  Anyways, I need to get on a better posting schedule and figure out my life.  Butttttt, just because I haven’t been posting doesn’t mean I haven’t been buying!  I’ve been working on this post for quite some time, so, here we go!

The Anastasia Subculture palette has been one of the most dRaMaTiC products of 2017.  I just don’t get it.  I’m going to start out this review saying that I actually ADORE this palette, but I do understand people’s certain issues with the palette, and the marketing.  I know this review is sort of late to the game.  However, I wanted to use this palette for quite some time to give you my real thoughts.  I used this every single day for work for a week.  In addition, I used this Friday night for more of a going out look.  If you guys are still interested in this palette keep reading!

First of all, when I first saw this palette leak, I nearly died.  I live for Fall, and although I love a good Burgundy palette, I feel like I have so many.  This palette reminds me of late October and early November when the leaves are in full force and Winter starts coming in.  The palette has warm tones, cool tones, and neutral tones.  In my opinion I find it to be more versatile than the Modern Renaissance (my all time fave).  I used this palette every day for a week and also for a nighttime going out look.  I just feel like the color scheme works well for several situations.  It’s both on trend while still being different from other palettes on the market.

In addition, I appreciate this palette due to the matte to non-matte ratio.  There are two duo-chromes (one which I personally find to be more metallic) and one metallic.  Eleven mattes round out the palette.  I hate when there are not enough matte shadows in a palette, as I find that it becomes to difficult to create different looks.  I really cannot say enough good things about the color scheme.

As for issues with the palette (and my counter thoughts on some of them), I do agree that the marketing was not the best.  This palette was marketed as a sister to the Modern Renaissance.  While I still like the formula of Subculture, I do agree that it is different.  This palette contains more of a pressed pigment situation and that can lead to difficulty blending etc.  While I love it, and see how the colors complement the Modern Renaissance, I cannot agree that it is totally a sister palette.

As for the fall out, I find that there was more drama than fall out.  When I first received my palette after seeing horrible reviews, I took the brush the came with it and dipped it into both the Subculture and Modern Renaissance.  I noticed the same fall out.  I personally love more powdery shadows and find them easier to work with.  In fact, I tested out the palette against Colourpop and Lorac shadows, and felt that the fall out was comparable.  I just don’t understand why people were swirling their brushes around and creating the kick up.  The shadows are super pigmented and you just need a bit on your brush.

As for the blendability, I do agree that some of these shades are a bit difficult.  I find the the blues/greens/reds are difficult to blend out, however, it can be done.  You just need to spend time building up the color. These are colors that I would typically use for a night out so that doesn’t bother me too much.  More neutral colors like “Dawn” and “Roxy” work well for me, especially in the crease.  This isn’t the easiest palette to work with but I don’t find that it’s impossible.  I really love the looks I’ve been able to create.

People also felt that the staying power wasn’t there.  I totally disagree!  I’ve worn these shadows to work and they’ve lasted all day long.  I have used the shimmer and duo chromes with a setting spray so that they appear more intense, but these colors have worked well for me.  I typically use the Anastasia concealer and then a primer on my eyes when applying shadow, and I felt that this worked just as well with the Subculture.

All in all I actually love this palette so much.  I do certainly see people’s points about the fall out and blending.  However, I can look past that.  I find that this is such a great Fall palette that’s a bit more unique to my collection.

Did you guys get this or are you so over it?! let me know your thoughts in the comments!

Until next time!

xoxox

beauty

Morphe Brushes Haul

I have been dying for new makeup brushes.  As someone who does their makeup every day with different palettes, I need clean brushes.  My current brush collection is very mismatched and is lacking.  So, I decided to pick up a few (a bunch) of brushes from Morphe.  I purchased mostly eye brushes, but I also grabbed a few face, a sponge, and a new concealer.  I thought I would show you guys what I picked up and link the products below so you can check them out for yourselves!

Sooo sorry these are dirty.  I got them Friday and didn’t have time to clean them.  Then by the time I did clean them on Sunday, I didn’t have a chance to take photos.  Of course Monday morning of was dying to use them!  So, again, sorry!  I also am not reviewing these brushes yet since I’ve only used them a few times!  But look out for them in upcoming favorites to see if they made the cut!  I will say the set is more meh but I am really enjoying some of the single brushes I picked up.  I also would not recommend the concealer (sad, sad).

M321 Bullet Crease

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E11 Angled Brow

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Y17 Deluxe Detailed Crease

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Y22 Detailed Bullet Crease

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R2 Pro Tapered Powder 

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Y14 Pro Detail Highlight

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Set 702 12 Piece Eye-Credible Set

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Highlight and Contour Sponge

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Concealer Stick (Vanilla Pudding)

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This is what I have picked up!  Do you guys like Morphe?  I think they have some good brushes for great prices!

Until next time!

xoxox