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Mariella Avatar

This past week, I’ve been using the KVD Monarch palette (anyone else remember that one?) and did a fairly neutral eye with it but used one or two of the warmer shades (Killing Jar and Wrath, I think) paired with Disintegration and perhaps Delaney (I honestly can’t remember!). I did use Entomology on the very inner corners, alongside the bridge of my nose where I always have a dark shadow and it was magical in how it eliminated that shadow. MAC Craving on lips and I can’t recall what I wore on my cheeks….possibly Into the Pink. Oh, and concealer (always concealer).

kjh Avatar

Indeed. Have 2, 1 still in wrap…that was intended for a friend I never saw again due to her medical problems and moving. Very sad for me. Thanks to Christine, I realized that Monarch was the ONLY brown and neutral palette of that time that would suit me and it did. Shows the power of Temptalia. Without Christine’s review, never would have considered it.

Cara Avatar

I have a bunch of new makeup that I haven’t gotten to play with much yet since I started a new job last month but I finally broke open the new Scott Barnes Snatural II palette (I’m embarrassed just typing that stupid name) and I really like it. Last night, I used the matte gray and gray-brown in my socket line with the icy taupe metallic all over my lid and it was beautiful. I especially liked that I didn’t need to use the metallic wet to get a high shine effect and there was no fallout.

Nikki Avatar

Tonight I went back into Sydney Grace Enduring Love Deep and took a look originally worn by the late Mel Thompson-with Elizabeth on the lid; Darcy and Abigail on the crease, transition, and outer corner; and Romeo on the inner corner and browbone-and modified it by adding pink mascara (Tom Ford TFX22), Becca Opal Flashes Jade highlighter, ColourPop Thnks fr th Mmrs blush, Marc Jacobs Tantalize bronzer, and Marc Jacobs Sugar Sugar lipgloss.

Lacey Avatar

Natasha Denona Glam palette, neutral blend shade in crease (middle row, second from left), bronzy outer eye lid shade (bottom row, second from left) Terra Moons Shattered Stars on lid, Terra Moons Gamma Ray popped in the center of lid. Subtle, pretty and sparkly. 🌞

Nina Avatar

My everyday all days look is simple and I love it. Mercier Candleglow #1 as powder foundation. A wonderful old brown eyeshadow as contour and bronzer the L’Oréal big round one and blue and brown eyeliner rather heavy and MAC Naked Lunch as highlighter. Still haven’t found a good blush. Lipstick always Revlon Blushing Mauve. Love this look. Feel comfy in it 💙

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