And you can get Nabla eyeshadows from Beauty Bay for $8 and
Hey look! Another dupe post! These are my only posts that do well any more so I'm going to start bombarding you with them. Be prepared. This is the Natasha Denona 04 palette and it retails for $48. The shadows in that palette are repeated in her large 28 pan palettes and sold individually as well. Swipe left for zeeee names! As far as the dupes... Makeup Geek eyeshadows are $6. Sydney Grace eyeshadows are also $6. ColourPop eyeshadows are $4. And you can get Nabla eyeshadows from Beauty Bay for $8 and they do free worldwide shipping. It would cost you $30 to buy all 5 dupes. And tbh with you, I don't think that ND shadows are much better than the other brands. But that's just my opinion. I'm sure many people would disagree with me. The last one that I bought is Lila. I just don't think that they're worth the money. But I've got like 10,000 other palettes so that should keep me busy for awhile. . In the light of day I've realized that ColourPop Now and Zen is closer to Aura than MUG Voltage. Voltage is more yellow.
Aug. 25, 2019
Is Colorpop REALLY a Perfect Dupe for Urban Decay?
I used to buy COLOURPOP - Colourpop Super Shock Shadow when I was a student, which is said to be a affordable dupe for Urban Decay's Space Cowboy. And since I started working, I've been using URBAN DECAY - URBAN DECAY Single Eyeshadow. Let's compare these two brands of eyeshadows today. ⚡In terms of their powder quality, UD's Cowboy is very delicate and smooth and can be applied with a brush. Ritz's powder is relatively coarser and you can feel the shimmers in it when applying it. Both powders won't fly everywhere if you set your makeup properly. ⚡In terms of the shade, Cowboy is lighter and more transparent while Ritz has a darker base color so it creates the impression of more makeup. ⚡Looking at the shimmers, Cowboy has finer and shinier shimmers and looks smooth and clear when applied on the eyelids while Ritz's shimmers are less fine and duller. ⚡Price: Urban Decay's Cowboy - for $20.00 for 0.05 oz, Colorpop Ritz - for $6.00 and contains 0.07 oz. Cowboy has a better effect overall. Considering the cost, Ritz is still a really good choice. Students with a tight budget can give Ritz a try.
COLOURPOP-Colourpop Super Shock Shadow
E.L.F. Smudge Pots
✨The what: These are two e.l.f. smudge pots in the chases “cruisin’ chic” and “back to basics”. They are available through the brand’s website, and can also be found at other details (Walmart, Target) and Amazon. ✨The details: These are potted cream products that can be used as eyeshadow based, eyeshadows, and liners. The smooth gel formula contains vitamin E to nourish the eyes and create a smooth canvas. E.l.f. products are cruelty-free and vegan. ✨My thoughts: I’ve had these smudge pots for at least 4 years and they still perform very well! I orefer to use them for all over one-shadow looks because they’re quick and easy. I usually apply and blend out with my finger, but you can also use a brush. They don’t crease or budget throughout the day. I have used “back to basics” (gold shade) as a base for other eyeshadows, and it makes other shades pop. These are ridiculously cheap and great quality! I used to own a few other shades but didn’t use them as much as I use these two shades. ✨The price: $3 on the brand’s website. Price can vary depending where you purchase. 5/5⭐️
e.l.f.-Smudge Pot Cream Eyeshadow
My favourite eyeshadows
Here are three of my favourite eyeshadow products that I would like to recommend: 1.M.A.C Eye Shadow - Fashion’s Field Day This is a single pressed eyeshadow from M.A.C. I like this one because the colour is so special. Basically, it’s a beautiful pinky coral shade eyeshadow with a pearly finish, but it has a fine golden shimmer that creates a kind of frost eyeshadow look. It’s not that strong reflective and iridescent shimmer so it can still be very natural for day-to-day use. The texture is a little bit dry but acceptable and the pigmentation is good. It applies evenly on my eyelid and blends very well. 2.COLOURPOP Super Shock Shadow Ultra-Glitter - DGAF I would highly recommend this single eyeshadow if you are looking for a shimmer eyeshadow with glitters. I really love this unique bouncy texture of COLOURPOP. It’s so creamy, so soft and so smooth. Only one swipe is needed to deliver an intense pigmentation. The best tool to apply this eyeshadow is your fingers. And this shade DGAF is the best seller. It has warm-toned brown shade and with many golden glitters to create a multi-dimensional look. 3.CHANEL Multi-effect Quadra Eyeshadow - 268 This is my favourite eyeshadow palette of my whole collection. This palette has four shades that contain three shades of brown and a beautiful warm red shade, and all four shades are matte. The colour combination is exactly for a fall makeup look, and the warm red shade recalls me maple leaves. The texture is not that dry as many other matte eyeshadows especially the red one. The colour is buildable and well-blended on my eyelids.
COLOURPOP-Colourpop Super Shock Shadow
best pallete ever!
this is the actual best palette i’ve ever had! the colors are so pigmented and not chalky what so ever! every single color is so rich and creamy and looks so good on ANY skin type! the shimmers in this palette are STUNNING and catch every piece of light. every makeup collection should include this palette, and i even recommend this palette to beginners as well! 🍮 🍮 Beauty Bakerie - Proof is in the Puddin’ Palette
Beauty Bakerie-Proof is in the Puddin’ Palette
Clinique eyeshadow palette
I received this eyeshadow palette from a gift with purchase promotion. I have never tried Clinique eyeshadows prior to this. I was excited since the colours were very neutral, making it easy to wear everyday! The consistency of the eyeshadows are very chalky... especially the lighter colours. As well, they are not that pigmented.. which is a bummer! A lot of fall outs come off, making it very hard to pack on colour. I am really disappointed with this product. I would not recommend this product and do not think the price is worth it. #Clinique - All about shadow palette[products]#[TwoStars]
Budget beauty is just as good as the real deal
This year I’m focusing on not breaking the bank for makeup palettes I’d love to own. I love the Huda Beauty palettes but for the most part, I cannot justify spending close to $70 on eyeshadow. Yesterday, I had two duplicate palettes arrive that mirror the pigments of the New Nude and Desert Dusk palettes from Huda. If you’re just starting out to build a makeup collection or are on a budget, it’s okay to get a copy of something you love. I’ve had a dupe of the Born to Run palette which had little fall out and shades that were just as good as the original. Eventually, I was able to get the real deal thanks to a super sale at Sephora. Being budget conscious is sometimes a good way to go, especially after recovering from the holidays.
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