Let’s Free-style!!– Palettes that is…
What if I told you can design and create your own palette? With the perfect shadows, blushes, and your go to lip color?
This is where the empty palette comes in. Empty Palettes have been a staple not even to makeup artists out there but to the everyday girl like you and me. Who should benefit from these palettes the most? Makeup Junkies!!! Can you imagine carrying ALL that makeup everywhere!?
Today’s post will be on today’s most popular empty palettes. This will help you decide which palette is right for you and which brand should you go with.
MAC Palette, $16–
This was my first empty palette. I’ve used it for a year before giving it back to my aunt. This was one of the first high-end empty palettes out on the market. Every makeup artist will have this in their collection. This palette was matte black with the plain MAC logo on the front. You can either buy an insert for 15 eye shadows OR 6 blushes OR simply go Free-styling and have your makeup roam freely. This was a very light-weight simple on the go palette. It’s thin enough that it never takes up room while traveling or storage. – This palette has been discontinued and is no longer available.
So what’s the problem? It’s TOO light-weight. I can’t tell you how many MAC eye shadows I broke when I had this palette. And those eye shadows weren’t cheap! Even when I haven’t dropped the palette I would open it and see my eye shadows broken into a million pieces. *Heart Ache* – This palette was so depressing to me I had to return it back to my aunt. (who I originally took it from hehe)
– Note: Please correct me if the price is incorrect.
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The Ultimate Contour powder
When I was younger I remember seeing my cousin putting on bronzer. I go “what is that? That powder looks too dark for you”. – She goes “No, no it’s a bronzer, its post to make you look more tan”. WELL!!! I had no idea what I was doing and applied it all over my face! – Please don’t do this- you’ll look like you applied mud all over your face.
Today’s topic is bronzing/contouring! So why do we bronze and contour? –It’s a technique we do to shape our face. Giving it dimensions. Looks FANTASTIC in photos! – My favorite part? It hides your double chin =) Bronzing VS Contouring= Bronzing just warms up the face giving you color and that summer tan glow like the Victoria’s Secret Angels. Contouring is more detailed sculpting your face making it look thinner looking like the Kardashians.
6 g / 0.21 US oz
MAC Sculpting Powder-Shadowy $16.50, this is a PRO Mac product, meaning you can only get it at the PRO Mac store (a special MAC store very few available) OR MAC online. Shadowy is a matte ashy dark tone brown contour powder.
PACKING: This product comes in a small envelope like –like the MAC single eye shadows .
PERFORMACE: This product applies smooth, and blends very nice. The face that there is no shimmer/glitter it’s Perfect for contouring. The first swatch can be sheer but it buildings up beautifully without looking caking. = Basically NO COMPLAINTS. Shade/Color= this is one of the darkest contour powders I have ever seen. Which is great for girls with deeper/tan skin. You want your contour to look like a shadow making it look more natural compare to a orangey bronzer.
Let’s Compare . . .
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Tagged beauty, Beauty blog, Benefit Cosmetics, bronzer, contour, MAC cosmetics, MAC Sculpting powder, makeup, makeup review, makeup tips