Doing another 3 look 1 palette, but this time with the Ace Beaute Flair Palette. This palette has fifteen shades in a more fall rainbow scheme for $38.99 and includes three different finishes: matte, metallic, and duochrome which are some of my all time favorite shadows to play with.
Since I have already reviewed the formula of two palettes from Ace Beaute, I figured I do something different with the next palette which is the Vintage Dawn palette by doing three different looks using only this palette. This palette was released with the Scarlet Dusk palette, but unlike that palette this one isn’t as monotoned. However, it does include 12 shadows that were inspired by sunrises around the world (though I’m not sure what sunrises have green not that I’m complaining as I love the shade) for $34.99.
I love a good sunset moment on the eyes or red eyeshadow. It reminds me of my favorite color plus the deeper shades just call to me. I miss my Merlot hair on a frequent basis (remind me not to start that up again, I’m extremely tempted at the moment) and this palette has shades that remind me so much of this. Specifically the shades Bahamas and Sangria, especially Sangria. Anyways, I’ve been using this palette for the better part of the last week since reds are more “work-appropriate” than blue and green, so next up in reviewing of Ace Beaute palettes is Scarlet Dusk.
A brand I’ve been following on Instagram for a while, and really wanted to try out was Ace Beaute. And when I recently got promoted at work, I decided to treat myself by getting a few of their palettes one of which was the Oceanic Palette. Which is filled with blue and green shadows, if you look at my Instagram you would know when I’m not doing creative looks I have one something in this color family. Not always but a good majority of the time on the weekends. So, I had to start off my adventure with this palette in particular.
One thing that I really want to do is to explore more Indie Brands. But I am on a no buy to low buy at the moment so I can’t just go out and buy all of the things I want to. So I can’t go out and order all of these palettes even though they are gorgeous. And I’m classifying Indie Brand as ones that are not in major retailers for the most part and have a small (less than 1 million) following on Instagram. I’m also doing a lot of longer try-outs of things at the moment so I don’t really have anything new to discuss. So I thought I would just do an Indie Brand palette wishlist instead so there’s still some beauty related content on the blog.