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3 Looks 1 Palette: ColourPop x Disney Villains Misunderstood Pressed Powder Palette

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About a week ago I did an overview of the entire ColourPop x Disney Villain Collection, but didn’t share any looks I created using the products since it felt already insanely long after going every product. So today I’m going to share three of the looks I created using this palette. I’m not going to go over the details of the palette since I already did the full breakdown over in that post, so check it out if you want more details about the Misunderstood Pressed Powder Palette.

The first look I used the shades No Spots, Tragic and Devious as a gradient through the crease up to my brow bone. Then I used the shade The Fates in the outer and inner corners of my eye to get a gradient effect. Next, I applied Pain & Panic across the blank space then layered Diablo on top of the more gold tone. Then to blend that gold/green tone into the blue, I used Facile on either side. Then I used the same shadows on my lower lash line to create a similar halo effect. Lastly I applied some Ardell Studio Layered Demi Wispies Lashes and ColourPop BFF Mascara in Blue Ya Mind.

I started out with the Jelly Much Shadow in Not Today then started to layer on the eyeshadows from the Misunderstood palette. Starting with 101 in the outer corner then Facile on the lid with Diablo in the inner corner. To blend out the crease I used a combination of Devious and Tragic. Then I used those two shades for the lower lash line and the ColourPop Creme Gel Liner in Teaspoon. Lastly I gave myself some winged liner using NYX Epic Ink Liner and applied Essence Volume Stylist Curl & Hold Mascara.

The third look I did is a bit darker. I started out with Forest of Thorns in the crease then deepened it up with 101 mixed with Revenge. Then used the shade The Fates on the lid. Next I dipped into the Jelly Much Shadow Just Your Voice from the collection to create a base for the colorful liner. In a gradient pattern from inner to outer corner I used the shades Diablo, Facile, and Jetsam. I took the shades from my crease for the shadows in my lower lash liner. Then to create a bit of a pop though some of vanished by the time I got to pictures. I used another Jelly Much Shadow from the collection called Cursed. Lastly I used Flotsam in my inner corner to complete the look. Then I didn’t think the top edge was blended out enough so I used a bit of No Spots.

WHICH LOOK WAS YOUR FAVORITE?

Love ya,

Mae Polzine

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8 Comments

    • Mae Polzine
      Author
      April 3, 2019 / 9:19 PM

      Thank you! Me too, this palette has a good variety of shades!
      ♥ Mae

  1. April 4, 2019 / 3:09 AM

    I can’t pick a favourite! I love all three looks

    • Mae Polzine
      Author
      April 4, 2019 / 7:06 AM

      Thank you!

  2. April 7, 2019 / 8:21 PM

    WOWWWWW – you’re so talented. I love these looks! I just got this palette but haven’t tried it yet. I’m so excited now.

    • Mae Polzine
      Author
      April 7, 2019 / 8:22 PM

      Aw thank you so much!
      ♥ Mae

  3. August 5, 2019 / 2:39 AM

    I love the looks you did . The blue and gold was my favorite 💕

    • Mae Polzine
      Author
      August 5, 2019 / 6:29 AM

      Thank you so much!
      ♥ Mae

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