Tammy Tanuka (Sigil Inspired) is a russian indie brand that sells mostly loose pigments, but recently started selling pressed eyeshadows too. In this post you will find Tammy Tanuka swatches of my whole collection up to December 2020. These are all loose pigments that I pressed. If you are curious how, check my video here.
Since their first release last year, the Nabla Cosmetics Skin Glazing formula has been my favorite highlighter and luminous blush formula in my collection. When they released the two new Skin Glazing blushes together with the new Skin Bronzing range in Summer 2020, I couldn’t resist. Check out the video of me trying them out back when they released.
The Natasha Denona Bronze palette was one of the hottest (pun intended) makeup releases of 2020. The combination of a warm color story, midi format and €65 price tag for Natasha Denona quality, is a recipe for success. I resisted at launch, making myself a “duping the vibes” palette in this video, but ended up buying the palette in September. So now I am coming throught with my Natasha Denona Bronze palette dupes, with comparisons to the palette itself.
The new Colourpop x The Child palette released on October 29th, just ahead of the Mandalorian Season 2 on Disney+. I loved the concept, the packaging and the color story immediately, so I ordered it immediately. However, since not everyone is interested in the palette or couldn’t get their hands on it, I put together Colourpop x The Child palette dupes, using single eyeshadows in my collection.
After sharing all the information and details about the recent Makeup Geek rebrand in the introduction post, here I compared old and new rebranded shades. You can watch the full review on my Youtube channel, where I talk you through each shade and how it performs on the eye too. In this post I will show you the Makeup Geek neutral eyeshadow swatches and rebrand comparisons. Don’t forget to use the affiliate code ALICESBEAUTYMADNESS to get 10% off your order on MakeupGeek.com.
Catching up on blog content these days an I want to share my green eyeshadow singles collection. In March I went a full month making all green content and you can see the videos on my Youtube channel, in this Green Monochrome Makeup playlist.
Lethal Cosmetics Awakening collection is their latest release for Spring/Summer 2019. I have been a fan of the brand since my first order with them in 2018, and you can read my review of their shadows and more information on the brand in this article here. With the new release I bought another 14 shades and will present here Lethal Cosmetics Awakening eyeshadow swatches as well as comparisons with other shades in their lineup.
New month, new eyeshadow swatches! You know I couldn’t resist a good old BYOP (build your own palette) sale, especially when it coincides with the launch of 24 new Colourpop eyeshadows. After wearing them for a few weeks, here is my review and swatches. Check out the accompanying Youtube video to see comparisons with other Colourop eyeshadows.
I have no self-control when it comes to single eyeshadows and customizable palettes. I live life with a “gotta catch ’em all” attitude. So when I saw my talented friend Cynthiaiskillikill use a bright neon green shadow in her inner corner (this look) and found out it was from an indie brand based in Europe, I have been hooked. That’s when my obsession for Lethal Cosmetics eyeshadows started.
Are you surprised that I couldn’t resist an all-matte single shadow collection? Somehow I’m not ghghg. When Nabla announced that they were coming out with a new collection of eyeshadow refills and they were all matte, I got butterflies in my stomach and giggled in a silly way. I am an eyeshadow refill collector and matte eyeshadows are my passion since I have hooded eyes. So of course I snagged up the full Nabla Matte Collection off of nablacosmetics.com and here are my review and swatches.