Bad Habit Beauty Inferno Review:

Hello beauties! I thought today would be a good day to bring a little warmth to the table. The last two weeks have been frigid, cold, and snowy across most of the U.S., and I can’t take it anymore!!! This is probably the cabin fever talking, but sunshine, lollipops, and rainbows everything is looking good in my forecast right about now. Lol. That being said, I was inspired to use Bad Habit Beauty’s Inferno Palette ($12 for 0.42oz) to turn up the heat, and boyyyyy was I feeling the burn. A girls gotta defrost somehow.

This is another beautiful eyeshadow palette from BHB. I have yet to complain about any of their palettes. I am sure I have repeated myself like a broken record during every review, but it’s truth. Every single palette I have gotten from BHB has been awesome.

The inferno palette carries twelve shades featuring 6 rich warm mattes, 2 velvety shimmers, 3 metallics, and 1 highlighting semi matte that will compliment all skin tones. Just like her $54 twin Urban Decay Naked Heat. Yup, she’s a dupe boys and girls! Being cooped up for quite sometime got me to do some investigating of my own. Lol.

White Hot is a soft ivory shimmer. The sheerest out of the twelve. I use this shade more to highlight the inner corners of my eyes.

Baked is a light nude semi-matte.

Lit is a copper shimmer with a gold pearl shift.

Blaze is a deep red metallic with a gold micro shimmer.

Warmth is a brown matte.

Smolder is a deep reddish brown matte.

Glow is a soft terra cotta matte.

Flames is a metallic burnt red.

Bonfire is a deep terra cotta matte.

Burn is a burgundy matte.

Hot spot is a burnt red matte.

Ignite is a deep metallic copper burgundy.

The formula is finely milled, ultra soft, and creamy with a super smooth texture. The eyeshadows are highly pigmented, opaque, blendable, buildable, comfortable to wear, easy to apply, versatile, and produces a wee bit of fallout. What eyeshadow doesn’t though if they’re finely milled and super soft? It wipes away easily.

You can play these fiery shades up or down for day to nighttime wear. As you can see I went all out (shades used: Warmth, Blaze, Hot Spot, and Smolder) and created a Phoenix rising out of its ashes look, or at least tried to, lol. I loved how each shade complimented one another when building on my eyes. I had no problems with any of the metallic shadows either. They went on with no trouble, and effortlessly to boot!

You do not need to use any primer to enhance the longevity or vibrancy of the eyeshadows in this palette. You are more than welcome to, by all means. I didn’t find it necessary to go that extra step. The wear time is over 8 hours and the colors stay truer than true with no creasing, fading, or running. Yes, you could say it. I am infatuated with the brand. I have no shame to admitting that. Lol.

Bad Habit Beauty Inferno is an eyeshadow palette must have. It’s affordable, beautiful, cruelty free, a fantastic dupe, and available on the shophush app and online at shophush.com.

Think you’ll get one?

Do tell!

Stay beautiful! Xo.

Colourpop I Think I Love You Palette Review:

My eyeshadow palette obsession is growing out of proportion glamour babes, and Colourpop’s I Think I Love You Palette ($16 for 0.36 oz) isn’t making my addiction any better. I want to collect them (CP Palettes) all!

What’s the first step when having an addiction? Admit that you have a problem. So far so good. Lol.
The 12 pan vegan friendly pressed shadow palette contains 8 Metallics and 4 matte shades ranging in the bronze/gold family.

Bitter Better- is a soft metallic gold

Bel Air- is a matte cool taupe

Fancy Face- is a metallic bright red copper

Girls Bite is a metallic golden bronze

Howdy is a metallic bronze

Rowdy is a matte warm ivory

My Treat is a metallic champagne ivory

Level up is a metallic bright copper penny. My favorite.

Screw it is a metallic soft rose gold

Let’s do it is a matte true black

Rule Breaker is a metallic bright yellow gold

My type is a matte deep saddle brown

There’s no questioning as to how I feel about this palette. I.LOVE.IT. Not like or I think I like, its full fledged love. Like a cheesy scene from a movie. Arrow is shot through the heart as glitter, hearts, and a rainbow fall and dance over my head.

The formulation of CP Pressed Shadows are fantastic! They have a smooth, creamy texture, are lightweight, comfortable to wear, easy to apply, blendable, buildable, super pigmented, and every shade in this palette work extremely well together creating zero debris. It’s a very versatile palette when wanting to dress your eye look up or down.

I am a huge fan of bronze eyeshadows. The rich brown metallic hues make my blue gray eyes pop and add a touch of warmth to my complexion. CP I think I Love You Palette was definitely made for me. Literally. Lol.

Wear time was over 10 hours. I wore this to work (8 hour day) followed by a dinner engagement and the shades remained intact. There was no creasing, running, or any eye irritation. My eyes looked beautiful the entire night. I am so happy with this palette. It’s perfect for the fall and winter season, and just about anyone who loves to play with eyeshadow. I highly recommend.

Colourpop’s I Think I Love You Palette is the quintessential secret Santa gift for under $20! Dasher (reindeer humor) over to colourpop.com and put this one in your sack.

Stay beautiful! Xo.

Lorac California Dreaming Eyeshadow Palette Review:

Happy Fall Equinox glamour babes! Could you believe it?! Fall has officially crept up on us in its good old fashion style-sneaky! So, as you have your pumpkin spiced latte in one hand, Lorac’s California Dreaming Eyeshadow Palette should be in the other (on sale for $15. Orig. $30).

Even though it’s a summer palette, the soft, universal shades are neutral enough to wear during all seasons.

The limited Edition Palette has a variety of shades, containing 6 Matte and 7 Shimmer finishes.

Sandcastle is a warm pearl shimmer.

Button is a linen shimmer.

Overcast is a dusty lilac matte.

Bonfire is a pastel mauve matte.

Hot Toddy is a rose mauve matte.

Starfish is a coral bronze shimmer.

Seaside is a deep emerald shimmer.

Cable Knit is a plum wine matte.

Cozy is a khaki matte

Boots is a blue steel shimmer.

Kitty Cat (my favorite) is a bronze pewter shimmer that looks more like a foil finish.

65 Degrees is a pink champagne shimmer, and is the least pigmented out of the twelve. I use it to highlight my brow bones or base for the lids.

The formulation of the eyeshadows are finely milled with a super soft texture. When applying, I suggest using some sort of an eyeshadow shield to prevent fallout. These can get messy. They are highly pigmented, comfortable to wear, blends and builds well, does not crease or run, and works for all skin tones.

You can play them up or down. Either way you do it, your eyes will stand out beautifully. I love creating pale, dusty lids and lining my lower lash line with a more deeper shade (Kitty Cat) to make my eyes pop.

I haven’t worn eyeshadow in 10 years (crazy I know) so I am having a ton of fun at the moment experimenting with various palettes, especially this one. Like I need another addiction, lol. At least it’s affordable…….hahahahaha. Yea right. Who am I kidding?!

The longevity of these eyeshadows last just as long as the California Dreaming Cheek Palette- 8 to 9 hours with or without primer. You’re probably better off using a shadow primer to keep the hues rich. They will fade a bit without it.

Lorac’s California Dreaming Eyeshadow Palette is available online at LoracCosmetics.com for the sale price above, which is a nice steal for a high end palette.

Do you think you’ll grab one?! Way or no way?

Stay beautiful! Xo.

Profusion Runway Glamour Eyeshadow Review:

I know the holidays can get crazy when it comes to gift giving, and there maybe some who are strapped for cash or have a spending limit, but want to give a small token to spread some holiday cheer among friends during the Christmakkuh season. Holiday shopping can get so expensive, no doubt about that! So, I thought Profusion Cosmetics Runway Glamour Eyeshadow Palette would be a great gift idea to share with my glamour babes!

I love this little portable eyeshadow palette. It’s super affordable, only $2.99! How awesome is that?! You can get all four eyeshadow palettes (Blue Magic, Cafe Latte, Silver Moon, and Berry Bloom) for $12. Boom! Four people have been crossed off your Christmakkuh list, just call me Santa!

The Runway Glamour Collection is a set of trendy palettes, created for every occasion! Each look book includes 6 satin shades in complimentary colors to take the guesswork out of creating a cohesive look. I own Berry Bloom, and I adore the shades included in this book. There are 3 soft hues (white, pink, lavender) and three deeper hues (mauve, copper, plum) that can fabricate a few different looks; Bright and vivid, soft and subtle, and a smoldering pair of smokey eyes. I wanted my eyes to pop while still having a subtlety to them, so I used the white, pink, and lavender tones. The formulation is lightweight, silky, comfortable to wear, easy to apply, are blendable/buildable, highly pigmented, finely milled, and provide long lasting wear. I wore my brightly colored eyes to a party for 7 hours with no creasing, fading, or messiness under the eye area, impressive for a $3 palette.

Guess who’s getting Profusion Cosmetics Runway Glamour Eyeshadow Palettes in their stocking from jolly old Saint Nick this Christmas Eve?! It’s not me, lol.

Are you sold?! Do you think your friends will be merry receiving the gift of Profusion Cosmetics?!

Tis the season to be Jolly, fa la la la la, la la la la!

Stay beautiful, xo.