3 Looks 1 Collection: ColourPop x Zoella Brunch Date

Typically when I do a 3 looks 1 palette, but today I’m just going to be using a single collection for each of these looks. Now I don’t have the blush or highlighter from this collection so I will be using other products for those two areas. But the rest I do have including ColourPop x Zoella Creme Gel Liner, Brunch Date Palette, Ultra Matte Lips, and Supernova shadows.

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

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.

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3 Looks 1 Palette: ColourPop x iluvsarahii Through My Eyes Palette & Review

I completely skipped on the Dose of Colors collab with iluvsarahii as I couldn’t justify the price. But she released an insanely similar palette and then come with ColourPop, and I couldn’t resist. This palette comes with 16 shades from emeralds to Pantone’s color of the year. “Inspired by Karen’s unique perspective from her side of the beauty world, this palette was made for you to embrace and express your own individuality.”

3 Looks 1 Palette: Jeffree Star Cosmetics Blood Sugar Palette

Welcome to Jeffree Star Cosmetics Blood Sugar week… for no reason at all. It’s not a new product as it came out in February, but it’s new to me and due to how expensive the palette is I’m going to do an entire week or rather every weekday doing something that involves this palette. Just to give you an overview of how this week is going to go here are all of the posts that I’m going to be doing: 3 Looks 1 Palette, Swatches, Pressed Pigment vs Eyeshadow, and review. The overall review will be the final post as a way to wrap up the series. And Wednesday will be a break to finish up my zodiac elemental series. So today I’m going to be sharing 3 looks created using this palette, a few of the looks might involve some other products like the ColourPop Supernova Shadows or Jelly Much Shadows as I love to work those into everything. But I’m going to try to limit that, so the main focus is the Blood Sugar Palette.

3 Looks 1 Palette: Lunar Beauty Life’s a Drag Palette & Review

Manny MUA recently just launched a makeup brand of his own called Lunar Beauty with so far a single eyeshadow palette called “Life’s a Drag.” Inspired by the drag community to pay homage to where he started out in his makeup career. This eyeshadow palette includes 14 shades each with 0.70 oz or 21 g of product and in total costing $45. Of course I wanted to get my hands on it as I love the variety in the palette from neutral tones that anyone can create a stunning look with to several pops of colors for those who want a more daring look. And I love a good variety of each. Almost all of my looks include a pop of color somewhere in them. Either in the crease, inner corner highlight, or on my lower lash line. Since there is so much variety with this palette I wanted to do 3 looks using this one palette.