In the last week I showed you already some of my new ETUDE HOUSE products like the ETUDE HOUSE Play 101 Stick Contour Duo (click >>here<< for review and >>here<< for my YouTube tutorial) and the Moistfull Collagen line featuring Dumbo (click >>here<< for the blogpost). Today I’ll show you the last two products out of the PinkBox: The 2016 Fall Collection Pink Skull eyeshadow palette and the Pink Skull Twin Shot Lip Tint RD304.
Both products are from The Pink Skull line have a very cute and funky packaging, which I immediately loved (yes, my love for packaging is developing to an obsession! :D ). The skull with the heart-shaped eyes is not scary, but so super adorable and it looks a kind of fancy with the slightly metallic-colored packaging. Definitely very girly and matching perfectly to ETUDE HOUSE.
The palette has 9 different shades, some sparkling ones, with slightly metallic effects and some matte shades. All of them matching perfectly to fall and to fall clothing. You can use your brushes to create different eye shadow styles. The lippie is consisting of two different shades: The red mousse lip tint and the very light violet sparkling pearl tint, both can be distributed very easily with the built-in applicator.
The 2016 Fall Collection Pink Skull eyeshadow palette is a must have for fall, the colors match so perfectly together and can be blended to a perfect smoky eye or natural eyeshadow look. I love how versatile this palette is and that you can create many different styles like a cute, natural look or a dramatic and bold, somehow seductive makeup. The shades are long-lasting and don’t look creasy.
The formula of the Pink Skull Twin Shot Lip Tint RD304 is very soft, both colors can be applied easily on the lips and are feeling smooth and caring. The best: It smells amazing – a kind of like chewing gums for children, sweet and reminding me of childhood day’s! :D Haha, I love this scent and I noticed that some brands are creating lippies with an amazing scent, a fact which I love :D The colors can be mixed or used alone. The Tint shoot doesn’t look too flashy, but just slightly sparkling. The red Mousse Tint seams to make the lips more volumized and looks very bold – a fact I like when wearing lippies. Both together look very beautiful and match perfectly together. The Tint Shot adds a wonderful sparkling glace to the Tint Mousse.
Here you see a more natural, cute look with the makeup, using the light shades of the palettes and the Tint Shot.
And of course, since I love wearing dramatic makeup a bold makeup with a slight smoky eye and both lip tints together. Don’t you think my lips look way huger with it?! :D
I can recommend both products to makeup lovers and anyone searching for a cute packaging and a good quality makeup, which can be used in several ways t create different looks.
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