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I wanted a little bit of a break from trying out all of the ColourPop palettes and decided to give the Dominique Cosmetics Latte Palette a try. When I brought all of these palettes like a month ago, Dominique Cosmetics had just arrived to Ulta and I wanted to get my hands on the latte palette in the worst way. It was just calling to me with the blue, orange, and neutral tones. Plus everything is named after coffee and have massive pan size for each shadow.
About the Palette
Dominique Cosmetics The Latte palette is designed to work for all skin tones, eye colors, and makeup artistry skills. The palette features ten color shadows for any day-to-night look.
Includes five transitional colors that can be used all over the lid, crease, below the eyes to correct dullness or added as bronzer or blush to the cheeks. Three gorgeous foil shimmer shades that can be used all over the eye, inner corners, as a halo on the center of the eye or as a face highlight. Includes two pops of color that make any eye color stand out! The forumlas are super blendable so you can create soft looks and buildable to an intense payoff that is long lasting and luxurious.
Shades in the Palette
- Hazelnut: Matte warm brown with a red undertone
- Caramel: Matte light taupe with a cool undertone
- Vanilla Creme: Matte muted yellow
- Mocha: Matte chocolate brown
- Pumpkin Spice: Matte rustic muted orange with red undertones
- Espresso: Foil brown with gold flecks
- Macchiato: Foil champagne with gold flecks
- Creme Brulee: Foil copper rose gold
- Cold Brew: Matte deep teal
- Double Shot: Matte purple with red undertones
I wore almost every single eyeshadow in this palette for this look minus double shot and espresso. I started out with vanilla creme all over the lid up to my brow bone. Then took Caramel to deepen up the crease, and added hazelnut as well to the crease to give it more depth. Afterwards, I look mocha mixed with pumpkin spice to deep up the outer corner. And ran those two colors under my lower lashes. Next I added a little bit of cold brew mixed with mocha to the outer corner to give it some more definition. Next I took Creme Brulee on my finger across my lid. Then applied Macchiato in the inner corner. After I just used some more Pumpkin Spice to make sure everything was blended together. I used a bit of Wet n Wild Skinny Liquid Liner and Tarte Lights, Camera, Lashes Mascara to complete the eyes. And used Jeffree Star Velour Liquid Lipstick in Mannequinn to complete this look.
Overall, I really love this palette as it’s so versiatile. I mean Christen Dominique made the palette to work for anyone, plus wanted the shades to be used in more than just for the eyes. She made the shimmers also work for a soft higlight and some of the matte shadows can be used for contour. And double shot as long as you use a light hand can be made into a blush. It’s truly the only palette you would need to take on the go. And I love that about this palette. Plus the shadows applied like a dream which is always a major plus.
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