Meet the newest palette in my life, FashionistA's custom palette containing 4 of their latest Mono Blushers, Bronzers and Eyeshadows.
Custom Palettes are available in two colours, red or black. I prefer black since the product pans are black, I'm a slight perfectionist at times. The red palettes are shiny like most of their other products, it all looks so professional for 'drugstore'. Each palette holds 4 blushers, bronzers or eyeshadows and has a large mirror. Pans of each product retail at £4 each, while empty palettes retail at just £5. The high streets alternative to Mac & Urban Decay's version. There's only one niggle being the fact you have empty casings lying around.
Mono Blushers & Bronzers are new additions to the already many others FashionistA have to offer. All shades are named after fashion capitals of the world. For example; Paris, Dubai, London & Tokyo. We have the Matte Bronzers & also Merged Bronzers (baked bronzers to you & I) as well as Merged Blushers. It's fair to say the merged items are ridiculously gorgeous! I often find myself opening up the palette purely to look & play around with them.
To finish off the merged range we also have their Merged Mono Eyeshadows available in six shades, that's formula allow you to apply wet or dry with a multi-tonal glitter finish!
In my palette I have Tokyo, Tokyo is one of three matte bronzers. I've been using this as an every day 'contour', I'm no professional. I've been looking for natural, matte bronzers, this has done the job. I'll be looking at the other two shades. Being pale bronzers can look dirty and orange, but this blends out nicely and gives me a nice warm glow.
The second bronzer in my custom palette is Dubai, this has got to be the most beautiful bronzer I own. My No7 bronzer lost all the shimmer after a couple uses. I go careful with this one, it's the most pigmented product in this quad and pretty shimmery! However it stops me looking washed out, giving me the summer glow I've been missing this summer. It's a great highlighting bronzer.
The last of the four, Stylish. Stylish at first looked like a bronzer to me, especially when you sweep across the product, as it's made up of white, brown and golden tones. The white alone makes a great highlight, while altogether reminds me of my favourite Urban Decay shadow Half Baked, just slightly browner. Applying wet the shadow feels so creamy and makes a huge difference on the wow factor scale. I'm glad I now own Stylish as the other shades aren't to my taste, too many blues & greens.
I'll be creating more custom palettes, FashionistA have a permanent offer of 4 pans & a palette for £10!?!! They also have a 6 pan palette coming out soon. Do you own one of these palettes?
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