88 Warm Colour Eye Palette – a Review

More than likely you’ve seen the 88 Warm Colour Eye Palette all over  blogs and YouTube for a while now, today I’m going to share my thoughts on the palette that was sent to me by Crown Brush Australia.

88 Warm Colour Eye Palette

88 Warm Colour Eye Palette from Crown Brush Australia

 

  •        When worn over a primer the majority of the shadows are well pigmented and easy to blend
  •        Great selection of wearable shades from light, mid, to dark tones.  So the 88 warm colour palette is ideal for not only makeup beginners but enthusiasts as well.
  •         Nice slim black packaging and I would take this with me whilst travelling as I can easily create many different eye looks from the one palette.
  •         Has a built in mirror.
  •         Very affordable at $35 AUD and because of the sheer amount of shadows the palette will last a very long time.
  •      The sponge applicator, why do any brands include these. I very rarely find them useful other than for swatches.
  •        There were a few of the darker shades that I got a bit of fallout from, but if I do my eyes first and being more careful when I’m laying down the shadow on my eye this can be helped.

Although I’m not likely to run  through all the shadows a problem I find with these palette is I’m likely to find favourites and I can’t repurchase them unless I buy a whole new palette if I run through them. But I suppose at such a low price that’s not too bad!

So with great colour payoff, easy to wear colours, affordable price, and nice slim packaging I would definitely purchase the palette.

Price: $35 AUD RRP

Where to buy: Crown Brush Australia

 

Madame B Fatale

xoxo

 

 

Disclosure: Palette was sent to me by Crown Brush Australia for review consideration. As always opinions are my own.

 

DIY : Palettes From Leopard Notebooks!

Ok I know I tweeted about this probably last week but I took the photo’s uploaded them, and well I deleted them. (or I can’t find them) So I just took some new ones of the project finished!!!

Here they are

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The main reason I wanted to do this was to de-palette some of my Estee compacts that I don’t seem to use because I don’t like quads. I also did the 10 pan blush palette and a few other’s I had lying around.

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This is the shadow palette. These are again Estee ones, a few pigments I pressed and some other random shadows I didn’t seem to use.

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How I made it

These notebooks I got for $2-3 a while ago and I only bought them because they are leopard. I never used them I just liked looking at them, (yes I’m aware I may have a slight problem).

So I took the paper out, saved it for notes.

Covered the inside with that plastic damask material I have so much of .

Then for the edges, I covered plain straws with the plastic and hot glue gunned them on. I added the pink ribbon to tie it closed.

Because I’m so impatient I didn’t attach the shadows/blushes with magnets but with blu-tack instead!

I literally made these with stuff lying around the house .

Hopefully I’ll use this stuff more often now!

(These are no way near air tight and will definitely not be holding cream shadows.

The Reason I chose the plastic  to cover it with is so I can wipe down and clean it, also so if I spray alcohol onto it it wont disintegrate)

Have you ever made your own palettes??

 

Madame B

xoxo

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Madame B
xoxo