I don’t remember the exact palette, but I’m pretty sure it was a MAC holiday palette, likely around 2005! I still think they were some of the brand’s better holiday palettes/quads re: quality relative to what came years later, so I’d probably enjoy it enough but wouldn’t be wowed.
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Patrick Ta Oh She's Different Double-Take Crème & Powder Blush ($34.00 for 0.37 oz.) contains a more mid-tone, red-based plum with subtle to moderate warm undertones in a cream as well as a powder form. The cream was sheerer in coverage with a subtle, dewy sheen, while the...
Patrick Ta Oh She's Different Double-Take Crème & Powder Blush ($34.00 for 0.37 oz.) contains a more mid-tone, red-based plum with subtle to moderate...
It was either Benefit Show Offs (loose, shimmery eyeshadows) or a few MAC eyeshadows (I think Bronze, Antiqued, maybe Goldmine?). I actually still love all those MAC eyeshadows, but it’s been a minute since I’ve thought about Show Offs. I think I’d like them still but wouldn’t use them due...
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I like that you can get more depth and true-to-pan color when applied over the right base products. Like most matte powders, they can darken noticeably when applied to bare skin or anything that it’s really dry/matte already, so they’re not as versatile, can be harder to blend, and then require adding more product on top make it look skin-like again.