One of the best palettes that I think Morphe ever came out with was the original Jaclyn Hill palette back in 2017. I still love that palette and use it regularly, but I noticed while I was curious on their website (was looking at the new palette, debating on getting it) that something changed. For starters, it’s no longer listed under the vegan section of their website. So, I went back to my original review where I had the ingredients list and decided to do a comparison as I used to include that list in every review back in the day.
Honestly, this is something I fell off the train of following with each of the new releases ColourPop did with the 9-pan palettes as I have gotten almost all of them. Save for three of more recent ones though I will probably end up getting them at some point. Instead of going back to the original post I did on this, I figured I would just start a part 2. So, if you want to see the first set in ColourPop’s 9-pan collection check out that post.
At the beginning of 2020, Jeffree Star announced that the Alien Palette, which has been out of stock for some time will no longer be coming back. Since this is one of my favorite palettes even though I broke it when I took it out of the original packaging, I was debating on getting a second which now will no longer be happening. So, I thought I would bring back this series and see if I can come up with some dupes for my favorite shades in that palette.
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.
I was going to do an anti-haul but weren’t a lot of things I really wanted to talk about. One I wanted to do more on a general basis of the brand (ColourPop) while the other is regarding the re-brand of Makeup Geek. I’m trying my hardest not to buy any new products (other than the Ace Beaute palettes that I got), so I thought this would be interesting to do.
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.