Current Favorite Eyeshadow Palettes | 2018

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Welcome Back!

I'm here today to share with you, the three palettes that I am currently loving and reaching for every time I do my makeup. I've said time and time again, I wear my eyeshadow the same pretty much every time I wear makeup. I love soft brown shades in the crease, and then darker browns on the outer corner. I almost never experiment with color, but I am trying to get better at that. 

When shopping for an eyeshadow palette, I like to make sure I am going to wear the majority of the colors in the palette. The palettes that I buy range anywhere from 20-50 bucks which might seem like a lot, but they last forever and a day. Chances are you will not go through a whole palette before they expire. Out of the three palettes below I will be sharing, I am pretty confident you could pick just one, to keep as your every day palette.


Pur x Boxycharm Palette- $36.00




I received this in my March Boxycharm subscription and it truly is beautiful. The whole top row is stunning. The highlight shade is subtle, and the peachy shades are perfect for spring. My favorite color in this palette has to be charmer which is the first color in the second row. It looks like your typical rose gold shade in the pan, but once put onto the eyes it has beautiful rose gold glitters that disperse so evenly. I have loved every eye look I have done with this. I also love that there were pops of color included to try to get me out of my comfort zone. The cost of each shadow is 3$ which isn't bad at all for the cost of single shadow, and these blend beautifully. 

You can find it, here.

If you don't know what Boxycharm is, take a look at my highlights on Instagram profile where I have unboxed the last three months with you guys!


Morphe x Jaclyn Hill Palette- $38.00

 

Jaclyn and Morphe killed it with this one. This is probably the most bang for your buck out of all three palettes I am talking about today. Each shadow costs you just over a dollar, which is the most affordable of the three. This was supposed to be limited edition but being the smart business women that they are, they decided to make it permanent. Jaclyn Hill is a you tuber, and beauty influencer that has been around for years. She really did an amazing job curating these shades, and this formula. Its super smooth and creamy and easy to blend. 

The thought put behind each and every shadow really blows my mind. This palette is full of mattes, shimmers, metallic, and beautiful bold colors. If I could only pick one palette for the rest of my life, it would probably be this one. I know, I know, scary thought isn't it? This guy has everything you would every need with endless looks. My favorite shade in the palette has to be pukey, which is the fourth one in from left in the second row. Its a beautiful pukey brown, and is perfect for the warmer transition days. 

You can find it, here.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Soft Glam- $42.00

 

Okay, this one is my absolute favorite right now. This is the neutral girls DREAM palette right here. The oranges, the darker reds, the browns. I never was interested in the modern renaissance palette as it was too "pinky" for my taste. BUT THIS ONE. When I saw the first campaign picture for this one, I damn near fainted, and again when I received it in the mail. They are super soft, and pigmented. The color pay off is amazing, and a little bit goes a long way. If you were thinking at all about purchasing this palette, just do it okay? You will not be disappointed. 

The cost of each shadow breaks down to be 3$ per shade which is cheaper than their individuals pans being 12$ per color. A lot of these shades in this palette are available individually, which I think is amazing. But this is a good way to try out some of her shades without breaking the bank. My favorite shade in this palette has to be burnt orange. I have nothing like it in my collection and I am super into the "orangey/peachy" shades this season. (clearly).

You can find it, here.

Comment down below your favorite palettes at the moment. 

As always, thanks for reading.

Becca


Lets Talk Skin | 2018

Sunday, April 8, 2018

Welcome Back!

I'm here to share with you today, the two face masks that I have been using non stop since discovering them. With my skin type being usually normal, I really only use two types of masks regularly. I reach for hydrating and purifying masks when my face needs a little more love. Hydrating for the dryer days, and purifying when I feel like I need to lift all of the junk out of my skin. These two have been on repeat for the past couple of months. 

I always change the frequencies in which I use face masks. Sometimes my skin needs help three times a week, sometimes my skin needs nothing. One of my favorite Youtubers Jackie Aina recommended the hydrating mask that I'm going to share with you, and I haven't stopped using it since. I buy some every time I see them, and the best thing is that you can find it at the drugstore!


Neutrogena Hydro Boost sheet mask

I have a thing for sheet masks. I try so many different kinds and have had so many favorites its not even funny. This one took the number one spot instantly. Right after the first use I notice a huge difference, and especially the next day. It lived up to its claims which are to instantly quench skin, deeply hydrating, and left my skin supple and hydrated. My skin felt so nice, and youthful after just one use. Most of the face masks that I use range anywhere from 1-10 dollars and this one sits at a pretty $2.50 at Target.


I Dew Care Berry Bubbly purifying mask

This is the first bubble mask I have ever used and I feel in love after a couple uses. It is something that I had to use a couple times to get used to. Because of the texture it is a little hard to apply but I find it best applied with a flat foundation brush. It immediately starts to bubble on the face, and the way it tingles feels amazing and my skin feels super clean afterward. The only thing that I dislike about this mask is how long it takes to get it all off of your face. It's super thick so it takes some time to remove. You can find it, here

If you have any mask recommendations comment down below. Some of my favorite products have come from when you guys recommend stuff to me.

As always, thanks for reading.

Becca



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