Violet Voss Holy Grail Palette | Look and Review

For a while it seemed like every Beauty influencer was talking about the Violet Voss Holy Grail eyeshadow palette. So, I am a little bit late to the party. Recently, Violet Voss has entered Sephora making it easier to order and buy in stores, so I took the opportunity to finally get my hands on this beautifully packaged palette.

The palette retails for $45. You get 20 shadows and a wonderful large mirror. I actually have been using the mirror lately to do my makeup sense it is so nice.

The palette is full of warm and cranberry shades. Very on par with recent trends. Very rarely do I hop on to trends, but this one I absolutely adore.

The pans are nicely sized and the packaging seems sturdy, although it is made of cardboard.

  • Crystal
  • Ploof
  • Thanks A Latte
  • Transition
  • Hashtag

  • Awesome Sauce
  • Bestie
  • Toffee
  • Chill
  • How U Doin

  • Bat My Eyes
  • Cool Beans
  • R U Kitten Me
  • So Jelly
  • On Fleek

  • Brownie Points
  • Teddy Bear
  • Glamping
  • Cranberry Splash
  • Wine N Dine

The shadow names are hilarious to me. Never have I referred to something as on fleek and I have no clue what a Ploof is, but the shade names still crack me up.

The Look

  • I started off by priming my eyes with the Too Face Shadow Insurance. I set it with the shade Thanks A Latte. I also used this to blend out any harsh edges.
  • I then went in with a large fluffy brush and placed the shade Transition in my crease and a bit above and below it to act as, of course, my transition.
  • Then I went in with a smaller crease brush and buffed in the shade Bestie.
  • I repeated this step with the shade R U Kitten Me.
  • Then I took the shade Brownie Points on the outer part of my eye with a fluffy shader brush.
  • I then lightly put Bat My Eyes on the inner part of my outer lid, if that makes since.
  • Blend.
  • Then I carved out my lid with a concealer.
  • I then used a flat packer brush to pack on the shade Cranberry Splash, obviously over the concealer.
  • Bleeeeend.
  • I used Thanks A Latte to high light my brow bone.
  • I then did a wing, with the Too Face Sketch Marker in Black.

  • For my lower lash line, I lined my water line with a black pencil.
  • Then I put the shade Wine N Dine right in my water line. I wouldn’t do this if your eyes are really sensitive. Just recently have my eyes gotten used to doing this. Know your limits.
  • I buffed this out with the shade Transition.
  • Lastly for shadows, I popped Ploof in my inner corner.
  • Once my eyes were properly painted up, I applied the Tarte Tarteist Mascara.

Over all thoughts

If you are wanting to spend some money on an eyeshadow palette, and like these shades, this is the one I would highly recommend. The shadows are all consistently wonderful. You get a wide variety of mattes, shimmers, and metallics. After trying this Palette I want every single other Violet Voss palette. In fact, I think I am going to use a gift card I got to pick up another.

The formula is extremely blendable. 20 shades, all of which are stunning, very much so worth the $45 you are spending. I would say skip out on similarly priced palettes and pick up one from Violet Voss.

🐦🐦🐦🐦🐦 out of five pigeons think that this palette has earned its name of the Holy Grail palette.

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Have you tried this Palette? Which Violet Voss palette is your favorite?

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Fenty Beauty Foundation & Primer | Review

By now I am sure you have all heard of the Fenty Beauty line. But, in case you just came back from living under a rock (that sounds rude, I swear it’s a joke πŸ˜‚), Fenty Beauty was released not all that long ago at Sephora and is the makeup line created by the beautiful and talented Rihanna. There’s lip products, eyeshadows, and of course face products

I was curious about the foundation, it has gotten a ton of hype. So, I went into a Sephora and requested a sample of the Foundation, I matched to the shade 150, and the Primer.

The Fenty Beauty Pro Filt’r Foundation retails for $34.

Claims:

It is meant to be a Matte, medium coverage, long wear foundation. It is made without Parabens and phthalates. It has climate adapting technology, so that you can wear it anywhere without it being affected by sweat or humidity. It also won’t clog pores! The formula is also oil free. Sense the formula is so light, your skin will actually look like your skin. Fenty Beauty is also 100% Cruelty Free!!

The Fenty Pro Filt’r Retouch Primer retails for $32.

Claims:

Instantly absorbs shine and helps to provide a longer wear in makeup.

My experience:

This was after the initial application. My skin looks pretty good, if I do say so myself. The Primer helped to fill in my pores and the foundation really did leave my skin looking airbrushed!

4 hrs in…

My skin still looks very nice. No blemishes have shown through. There is creasing under my eyes, but that is attributed to the concealer I used. Note, I did NOT touch up at all.

8 hrs in…

There is some oil coming through on my t-zone. A little bit of the blemishes are starting to show. This is after 8 hours and no touch ups what so ever.

My over all thoughts

I love it. Point blank. I am going to pop into the Sephora’s near me and try to find my shade in stock. Online mine is sold out! I 100% think this Foundation is worth the $34 I had enough of the foundation for two uses, my second use I used a different primer and it was just as fantastic.

🧠🧠🧠🧠🧠 out of five brains would buy this product!

You cane check it out on Sephora.com

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What do you think of the Fenty foundation?

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What is in my Z palettes?| Bonus: My go to look!

I love the idea of Zpalettes. They allow you to make your own custom palettes, which I think is really fun. If you aren’t a fan of single shadows, you can depot single shadows that do strike your fancy and place them in your handy Zpalette.

ZPalettes obviously vary by size and price. Anywhere from $5 for palettes that hold 3 shades, to around $30 (maybe more) for double sided palettes. Now, other brands do make their own magnetic palettes, and there are ways to make your own. I just happen to only own Zpalettes, because they are easily accessible. I live in St.Louis, so there are a lot of Sephora and Ulta’s around me. Thank God!

Let’s jump into my Zpalettes!

Palette one

This is a large Zpalette, and it retails for $20. I got an orange one because I never see orange ones on others social media platforms, so it intrigued me. Sorry for the mess, I dip into these shadows a ton!

Row one:

  • ColourPop Locked and Loaded
  • ColourPop Bel Air
  • ColourPop Come and Get it
  • ColourPop Take it Slow
  • ColourPop Note to Self
  • ColourPop Cloud Nine
  • ColourPop Take the lead

I love the ColourPop singles, and I do plan to purchase more and their palettes. I would say they are one of my favorite shadow formulas.

Row Two:

  • ColourPop Criss Cross
  • ColourPop Paper Tiger
  • ColourPop Popular Demand
  • ColourPop Stay Golden
  • ColourPop Get Out
  • ColourPop Top Notch
  • Make Up Geek Anarchy

The ColourPop mattes are amazing, so creamy and pigmented! I am going to be honest, I only have two Makeup Geek shadows, and they aren’t as good as the ColourPop. πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ

Row Three:

  • Makeup Geek Mirage
  • Ofra Millennium Gold
  • Ofra Bohemian
  • Ofra Buttercup
  • Ofra Smoke
  • Ofra Iron
  • Merle Norman Poolside

The Ofra shadows are alright, I probably wouldn’t purchase anymore. The Merle Norman Shade was a gift and was actually supposed to be a bronzer sample. I just use it as a shadow, it isn’t the best, isn’t the worse. I like using it as a transition.

Row Four:

  • Merle Norman Mist
  • Merle Norman Bare
  • Urban Decay Black Out
  • MAC…I am not sure of the shade name, I’m a savage and didn’t put it on the back of the pan.
  • MAC Cork
  • Ofra Truffle

Black Out is my all time favorite black shadow! I set liner with it a lot and use it in Smokey eyes. The Mac shades are nice, I have heard MAC is going back to fully CF, not testing where required by law. I pray this is true!

Palette Two

This is a baby Zpalette sold at Sephora. It retails for $10. It is perfect for travel. I am still in the process of really organizing my Zpalettes.

  • Jane Iredale, again I am a savage and didn’t write the shade down.
  • Anastasia 10k
  • Anastasia Topaz
  • UD Fireball
  • Pink Pewter Kua Bay
  • Han Romance
  • Han Sunset
  • DLS Tease
  • Younique Trusting
  • Nomad Cosmetics, shade name unknown. This one is listed in my single shadow collection before I depotted it, if you really want to know!

I love the Anastasia shadows. There are a ton at TJMaxx, so keep that in mind!

Palette Three:

This Palette was a collab with BoxyCharm. I believe the retail price was $10. I intended to use this one for shadows, but this highlighter would not stay in the pan.πŸ™„

  • Ofra Rodeo Drive
  • UD Sin

I really love both of these highlighters and reach for them often.

Bonus Look:

  • I set my eye Primer with MUG Mirage. I also used this shadow to blend out any harsh lines.
  • For my transition shade I used ColourPop Belair. It isn’t too warm or cool, it is a great basic transition shade.
  • For my lid I used CP Come and get it. I wet the shadow with Fix Plus, just to give it extra shine, you don’t have to do that though, it’s great dry as well.
  • For my outer corner I used MUG Anarchy. I really concentrate it on the outer corner.
  • To deepen up my crease I used the CP shade Cloud nine. I concentred this towards the outside of my eye as well.

  • For my inner corner I used the CP shade Take it Slow.
  • On my lower lash line I used CP Get Out.

That’s the eye look I tend to do when I don’t want to think about it. The shadows I use do change up depending on the day. I really enjoy how it makes my green eyes pop!

Thank you so much for reading.πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ˜

What is in your Zpalettes? What are your fave CP singles or palettes? Comment below!

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Estate Cosmetics Liquid Lip β€œShade” | Look and Review

I get tons of lip products in subscription boxes, and then never bring them up in future posts. I am going to change that!

In the December Vegan Cuts Beauty Box, which you can read about Right here, I got the Estate Cosmetics Wet Matte Liquid Lip in “Shade”.

What is a wet Matte you ask? I have no damn clue. The only product I found listed on their site were some lip pencils, so no info there. The formula is a really light weight and comfortable, but doesn’t look wet, besides in my swatch picture, because it hadn’t dried down all the way.

The shade “Shade” is a darker rosy pink. It’s the color I tend to reach for, so that makes me happy!

The application was easy, the formula is more of a whipped consistency so it isn’t messy at all. It is also extremely comfortable. I think it was the least drying Liquid Lip I have ever worn!

  • Before I started my makeup I applied a lip balm
  • I lined my lips before applying the lip shade, I believe I used Milani “Spice”.
  • I then applied the Liquid Lip.

I wish I would have remembered to take pictures through out my day to document the staying power, because I was impressed! There was very little transfer on to my coffee, no smearing on my face, and after a few hours it still looked nice.

πŸ€–πŸ€–πŸ€–πŸ€–πŸ€– out of five robots! If you can get you hands on the Estate Liquid Lips I would say they are way more than worth the $12!!

You can check out their un-useful website, Here.

Thank you so much for reading πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ

I hope you enjoyed this post, I feel like it was poorly done. 😞😞😞

What is your favorite Liquid Lip Formula? Comment below!

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Vegan Cuts Beauty Box Dec. 2017 | Bold Beauty

Sorry that I have been away for a few days! Saturday, I had my wisdom teeth and a cyst removed and I am not bouncing back as fast as I thought I would. I have spent the past few days binge watching Kathleen Lights videos and Watching Star Wars.

My Vegan Cuts Beauty Box for December came in today though, so I decided it was time I make myself doing something. I also went to work today.

So, let’s dig through this box while I ignore my swollen face!

Herbal Transdermal Papaya Enzyme Soft and Silky Mud Mask $16

I have tried a toner from Herbal Transdermal before, and loved it. I have never used any skincare with Papaya, but it smells good, and my previous experience with the brand gives me high expectations.

Timeless Organic SkinCare Timeless Eye Serum $30

This Eye Serum came at the perfect time. I just finished up my night eye cream, which you will hear about in my Empties, so I needed another. I have been giving my moms my eye creams, but I am starting to notice how dry and dark my under eyes are. Expect a review on this, I. My opinion, pricey eye cream soon!

Koils By Nature Mositurizing Shealoe Leave In Conditioner $6

I have really dry frizzy hair. I haven’t color treated it in almost a year, but it still appears pretty damaged. I am still trying to find a holy grail leave in conditioner. So, anytime I get to try a new one out I’m excited.

Ellovi Ginger Lemon Lip Butter $5

I have wanted to try the Ellovi Lip butters for so long! They are made of only 6 ingredients, and come in a pretty nice variety of flavors. I have tried their body scrub in the past, which I did not love. But, I am very thankful that I finally have the opportunity to try out the Lip Butter. Especially right now when my entire mouth is so sore and my lips are crazy dry.

Estate Cosmetics Liquid Lip “Shade” $12

I have never heard of the brand Estate, but they have me intrigued. The packaging is very Eye-catching, and that’s coming from someone who isn’t the biggest fan of pink.

The shade I received is called “shade.” It is a pretty rosy shade, which is the type of shade I have really been leaning towards lately. The formula seems very comfortable and light weight.

That is it for my December VC Beauty Box! Are there any of these products you are interested in or have tried? Comment below!

Thank you for reading.πŸ’œπŸ’œ

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Ipsy December 2017 | Snow Globe

What it is: A beauty subscription that includes 4-5 deluxe sample and full sized products.

Cost: $10

This months Ipsy is in, and it’s giving me serious winter vibes!

The bag is a cute metallic silver, with silver glitter at the top and accented with Tiffany blue on the zipper and inside the bag. I love it!

Let’s see what’s inside…

Quai Hair Oil

Quai is a pretty pricey hair care brand, I do believe. I love hair oils. I have really dry and frizzy hair, so they always come in handy.

Smashbox Always On Gel Liner “Fishnet”

I love smashbox liners! I can always use another black pencil.

The swatch for this one stayed on for ages and did not smudge. I can’t wait to see how well it lasts on the eyes!

Rodial Glamolash Mascara XXL

I love trying mascaras, and I am pretty sure the babies work better than the fullsizesπŸ˜‚. I believe Rodial is CF, correct me if I am wrong! I will let you know how this one works for me.

Rimmel Stay Matte Primer

Sadly, Rimmel is not CFπŸ˜–. I will be passing this Primer on to someone else. I think this is the full-size, too bad I won’t be using it.

Luxie 239 Precision Shader Brush

Luxie makes my favorite brushes, so I am always extremely grateful when I receive one in my subscription boxes! This brush is extremely soft, and is going to come in handy when deepening my outer lid and crease.

That is it for my Ipsy bag! What did you get this month? Comment below!

Thank you so much for reading.πŸŒˆβ˜ƒοΈ

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Blinc Electric Eye Palette | Review and Look

This five pan metallic eyeshadow palette came in a BoxyCharm a few months back. It had gotten tucked away in my collection, and I am just getting around to using it!

I considered not reviewing it, because I thought it was exclusive to BC, and it had been to long since that box was given to be relevant. Turns out you can purchase this Palette. It retails for $25 and it is cruelty free!

“An electric combination of jewel toned shadows.”

Besides the beautiful ruby shade, I would not really consider these shades jewel toned. I would say they are very metallic and pigmented. They have an unusual texture, almost wet, which makes the shades apply very vibrant. I recommend patting them on. I used the flat shadow brush from ColourPop with them.

  • Orpime
  • Rhodoni
  • Vanadini
  • Autuni
  • Sphene

What is with these names? I am hoping they are referring to types of jewels, or crystals or rocks and I am just not geologically inclined enough to know.

Aren’t these shades just drop dead perfect! Every single one is one swipe! I need more Blinc eyeshadows, because these are probably the best actually metallic shadows I have ever used.

The Look

  • I primed my eyes with the concealer I used and set it with my translucent setting powder
  • I pulled in the Urban Decay Ultimate Matte palette for my transition and blending shades.
  • I used that first shade, Orpime on my outer lid.
  • All over the rest of my lid I used the shade Vanadini.
  • For my inner corner I used the lightest shade, Sphene.

  • For my lower lash line I went with the beautiful shade, Rhodoni, for a pop of color. I want to use this all over my lid so bad.

Over all:

πŸŽ„πŸŽ„πŸŽ„πŸŽ„πŸŽ„ out of five Christmas trees!!! I want more of these palettes if they make them in different shades. Personally, I would spend $25 on this. The formula is THAT good! It makes me want to try more from the brand Blinc in general.

Pick up this bomb AF palette for yourself, Here.

Thank you so much for readingπŸ’œ Have you tried Blinc beauty? What is your fave product? Comment below!

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Glamour Dolls x LISA FRANK | Collection and Review!

My elementary school obsession has fused with my adult obsession. LISA FRANK MAKEUP!

So far the Lisa Frank and Glamour Dolls collection contains a Blush Brush, a eye crease brush, a Matte Bronzer, and a gold shimmer shadow.

First, can we just address how cute this packaging is? I can’t handle it! I will definitely be keeping the boxes and products themselves on display!

The Brushes $4.99 Each

The brush’s feel soft and sturdy. But, I am going to be real with y’all as usual. I am NEVER using these. They are just to special. It makes me think of my childhood, and I really can’t bare to mess them up.πŸ˜‚

Bitten and Bronzed Matte Bronzer $4.99

I am so glad that the bronzer in this collection is Matte. I am more likely to use it this way.

This bronzer is very pigmented! It isn’t too warm, so I found that I can easily use it to contour. I also enjoy it on the eyes!

This is the best inexpensive bronzer I have ever used. I mean, even the Butter Bronzer is a little pricey considering it comes from a drugstore brand. I hope they keep this formula and shade in their line.

Stargazing Shimmer Shadow $6.99

So far this is the only shadow in their collection. It is the most expensive piece in the collection, and I would say it is too much for a single shadow if it was for the Lisa Frank name and designs being attached to it.

The shade is very pigmented and creamy to the touch. It makes a beautiful lid shade and, when using a fan brush, makes a nice highlighter. It isn’t necessarily a unique shade, I probably have 10000 of the same shade. But, it is in collaboration with Lisa Frank, so I am okay with that. It does its job and well.

The Look

  • For my eyes I used the bronzer in my crease and on my lower lash line.
  • I applied the stargazing shadow all over my lid
  • To deepen up my crease I used a random deep brown.
  • I also used a random light shimmer shade for my inner corner.

  • I used the bronzer to warm my face up and contour.
  • I used the stargazing shadow to highlight!

Over all:

I am in love. It’s Lisa Frank…how could I not be!? The Brushes seem to be nice quality and are going to make an awesome collectors piece. The bronzer blew me out of the water and has become my favorite inexpensive bronzer. I do think the eyeshadow is over priced, their shadows are usually $2.99, but you do get a bit more with stargazing…and it’s Lisa Frank.

You can order it, Here. As of 12/12/17 the “Stargazing” shadow is sold out.

Have you tried the Lisa Frank collection yet? What are your thoughts, will you pick it up? Comment below!

Thank you so much for reading.πŸŽ„

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Boxy Charm Dec. 2017 | Glitz & Glam

Hey guys!

The December subscription boxes have started rolling in.

BoxyCharm is $21 a month. It contains 4-5 full sized or deluxe sized beauty and makeup items. More often than not it is all full sized products!

Real Her Blush Kit $32

Real Her is a brand that I see in Boxy a lot. I have tried lip products and eye shadows, but never Blush. I can’t remember the last time I used a baked Blush. All 3 shades have some degree of shimmer and are meant to give your cheeks a natural glow.

I can actually see myself using all 3 shades. This brand is Paraben Free, Cruelty Free, Gluten Free, and is made of Natural Ingredients!

Crown Brush Deluxe Blush Brush $12

I am pretty sure I got a crown Brush Blush Brush last month as well. It was almost identical to this one, but black instead of white. I passed that one on to a friend. I will probably to the same with this one, I just can’t get away from my Real Techniques Brush.

Pretty Vulgar My Lips Are Sealed Light Weight Liquid Lip “Secret Sabotage ” $24

I can not get over how cute all the Pretty Vulgar packaging is. I have wanted to purchase some of it, but haven’t heard the best reviews, so I have been wary. Now I get to try one of their liquid lips!

I really like the shade I got! A metallic nude.

Tarte Tarteist Lash Paint Mascara “Black” $23

I have reviewed this Mascara before, and I absolutely love it! I have gone through and travel size and a full sized tube. I just haven’t gotten around to picking it up again. Really glad it is back in my collection.

Beaute Basics Bronze Essentials $39.95

I can not grasp that this product is almost $40. It can act as Highlight, Bronzer, and eyeshadow, but so can a ton of other products.

Here are swatches of the shades individually and all together at the bottom. I guess we will find out if it’s worth the price. I doubt it.

This months Box valued for $130.95. Two of the products are probably duds for me, but the other three are awesome enough for me to still be happy that I got it!

Did you get BC? What was in your box? Comment below!

Thank you so much for reading.πŸ’œπŸ’œ

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New Wet N’ Wild Eyeshadows | Looks, comparisons, and review!

I firmly believe that you don’t have to spend your entire paycheck to get good Cruelty Free Makeup. A big reason I believe this is because of the brand Wet N Wild. Their eyeshadows have always been fantastic, their blushes are great, and their lipsticks are amazing. Like all brands they have their duds, but lately they have been blowing it out of the water. On top of that, the Wet N Wild brand is very inexpensive!

When I heard they were reformulating their eyeshadows and releasing new shades, I admittedly got a little too excited. I picked up all of the 10 pan palettes, 2 of the quads, and 3 of the singles. By the way, the prices haven’t changed!

This post a going to be very long, so bare with me, and let’s play with some eyeshadow!

Comparing the old and the new:

“Comfort Zone” $4.99

I am sure you have all heard of the “comfort zone” Palette. It’s a neutral green palette, that contained a few MAC dupes, more specifically I contains a dupe for what I believe is the shade blue green. (I THINK that is the name.)

In the new palette there are two matte shades added, the layout of the shades is different, the blue/green shade is sadly gone, and replaced with a metallic brown/gold.

The new packaging is much sturdier than the old packaging. Hopefully it will be much harder to break and the shadows won’t shatter with the slightest bump. I have had that happened to me a lot with the old formula, because it was so soft. I do want to point out that the price point did not change!

The old palette is the top row, and the new palette is the bottom. The new palette is not as powdery as the shadows in the old one are. They are also more pigmented, the shimmery and metallic shades feel and preform a lot like what typical “metallic” shadows do now. You can definitely tell there was a formula change. Two new shadows were added, making it 10 pan instead of 8. Really, the only way the new palette has disappointed me is by excluding that blue/green shade.

The new palette is on the left eye, the old is on the right. You can tell just by looking at the pictures that the new palette doesn’t clump up as much as the old one did. I think it was due to the excess powder, sense the formula was so soft. The new formula is so much easier to blend!

I stuck with the green side and did pull in other random mattes, since the old palette had no mattes.

Walking on Egg Shells $2.99

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Another favorite of a lot of people is the, what was a trio now a quad, “Walking on Egg Shells”.

There is a new matte shadow added to the palette, other than that there is no shade change!!!

As before the old palette is on top, and the new is on bottom. So far the new formula is consistently more pigmented.

My left eye was done with the new palette, and my right was done with the old. Again, the new formula is much easier to blend!

Ignore my Blush please, I have no idea what I’m the world I did.

Single shades “BrΓ»lΓ©e” and “Nutty” $.99

“BrΓ»lΓ©e ” and “Nutty” are staple shades. The new “BrΓ»lΓ©e ” is much more pigmented, I used it to set my eye Primer and it did a fantastic job at getting rid of the blue veins on my lids. The original “BrΓ»lΓ©e ” never did this, it was just a nice way to set the Primer and blur out harsh lines.

The new “Nutty” has a bit more shimmer to it, but I can’t notice that big of a difference.

I also picked up one of the glitters in “Nudecomer”. I wanted to see if it was just a glitter spray over a clear gel. It is not! It is consistent glitter and pigment all the way threw! No, it isn’t as good as a high end glitter would be. But, it is a start…. and only $.99.

As before, the top is the old and the bottom is the new formula. That first shade is the glitter!

I am really impressed with the new formula!!

New palettes

RosΓ© in the Air $4.99

We are talking about the second palette in the top row.

Rosy and mauve shades are all the rage recently. Obviously Wet N Wild had to jump in on the action.

I really enjoy this Palette! It reminds me a ton of the ABH Modern Renaissance palette. But, it is only $4.99!!

If you have toyed with the idea of getting say the MR palette or the Violet Voss HG palette, but don’t want to shell out the cash for it, I would pick this palette up as soon as you see it!

Not a Basic Peach $4.99

We are now talking about they very first palette. The peach with a pop of blue!

This is the only palette that disappointed me. I love peach with blue, but it’s hard to find a Cruelty Free blue AT the drugstore. I was hoping this Palette would be here to save the day. However, the blue is really lacking in pigmentation. You can build it up and use a setting spray or something to Wet it and make it more vibrant. It is just strange that everything else is so pigmented, then we get this wimpy blue. *look to come *

Nude Awakening $4.99

Now we are talking about the first palette in the second row.

This Palette is cool toned with some pink and a maroon. This Palette is really pretty. Everything in it is constantly pigmented. A great neutral palette, with some essential mattes. If you are a beginner and want to pick up one of these to really get you started with eye shadow, this is the one I would go with. *look to come*

Hooked on Vinyl $2.99

The peach and teal mattes in this quad really caught my attention. For some reason this blues and greens with peach really make me feel some kind of way!

In person you can tell the darker shade is more teal. The mattes are very creamy and pigmented. And that gold. OMG the gold! Feels like a high end metallic when you swatch it. I can not want to use this quad on my eyes! *look to come*.

This collection doesn’t officially release in stores until January, but I was able to find the shadows at my local Walgreens! There is a ton of other products being release as well. Lipsticks, primers, cushion foundation, Wet N Wild is coming out with so much new stuff!

What do you think of the new Wet N Wild shadows? Comment below!

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