Menagerie Cosmetics Violet Ink Palette Look #1

Menagerie Cosmetics Violet Ink Palette Look #1

Here’s a blue and purple look using the Menagerie Cosmetics Violet Ink Palette.

Natasha Denona Bronze Palette Look #1

Natasha Denona Bronze Palette Look #1

Here’s a look using the Natasha Denona Bronze Palette. With this look I wanted to try using textures in a way I normally don’t. I’m trying to break out of the rut of always doing the same kinds of looks.

Makeup Geek Soft Focus Colors Look #2

Makeup Geek Soft Focus Colors Look #2

In this look, all the shades I used are from Makeup Geek. Some of them are from their recent Soft Focus Colors release, which were just some lighter options to help round out their shadow selection. A few of them are also from their slightly less recent launch earlier this year.

NYX Ultimate Utopia Palette Look #7

NYX Ultimate Utopia Palette Look #7

Here’s a grey smoky look using the NYX Ultimate Utopia Palette. I don’t do a whole lot of these just because I tend to gravitate more to color. Also, grey eyeshadows tend to be harder to work with no matter what brand I try.

NYX Ultimate Utopia Palette Look #6

NYX Ultimate Utopia Palette Look #6

Here’s a coral and gold look using the NYX Ultimate Utopia Palette. I am a sucker for this combination of colors, especially for a summer look.

NYX Ultimate Utopia Palette Look #5

NYX Ultimate Utopia Palette Look #5

On this day I ended up with a neutral eye look that has both warm and cool toned elements using the NYX Ultimate Utopia Palette. I used to feel like I could only wear warm shades or cool shades but not both together in a look and that is totally false. In fact, I think mixing the two is really what makes some looks most interesting.