Hey doll hey! How’s your day/night going? Great I hope. I got 1 finale haul for the month of January. I only just placed this order on Saturday (January 21st) so I figured it wouldn’t get to me until February.
The order is from Blend Bunny Cosmetics.
Let’s dive right in….
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Blend Bunny Lure 24 Pan Palette ($46 for 0.81 oz / 2.3 g of total product making it 0.0338 oz / 0.96 g and $1.92 per shade) is billed as shades inspired by the fantasy of mermaids, tales of pirates, and the beauty of the ocean. There are 6 metallic and 18 matte shades in this palette.
First Impression: Though there are 6 less shades in the Lure palette (the one on the right) the pans are bigger than the Blends palette (the one on the left). These two palettes are equally beautiful, even though they are on shimmer shades in the first one. The shades play well to create endless color stories. As is the case with the first palette, the Lure palette is super pigmented and creamy… even the pastels, which is hard to achieve since there is typically so much white pigment in them to create the pastel effect. I can’t wait to dive into this palette.
I’ve swatched the Lure palette in vertical quads.
The shades from left to right are: Pearl (lilac and pink – duochrome metallic), Storm Ahead (pastel taupe – metallic), Pirate’s Life (deep taupe – matte) and Black Sea (mid toned black – matte).
The shades from left to right are: Folklore (sage with a teal and silver flip – metallic), Sea Foam (pastel seafoam green – matte), Mermaid Lagoon (true green – matte) and Uncharted (deep forest green – matte).
The shades from left to right are: Charmed (pink based lilac – metallic), Jellyfish (pastel purple – matte), Seductress (blue based purple – matte) and Tentacles (deep true purple – matte).
The shades from left to right are: In a Bottle (icey pale teal – metallic), Lost at Sea (very white heavy pastel teal – matte), Sea Nymph (light true teal – matte) and 332 Meters (deep true teal – matte).
The shades from left to right are: Sailor’s Delight (coral pink – metallic), Baited (pastel true pink – matte), Booty (midtone magenta – matte) and X Marks the Stop (deep berry pink – matte).
The shades from left to right are: Bioluminescent (true blue with a teal flip – metallic), Catch Me (pastel blue – matte), Explore (dusty true blue – matte) and The Deep (deep true blue – matte).
Blend Bunny Trove Multichrome Quad ($68 for 0.15 oz / 4.3 g of total product making it 0.0375 oz / 1.09 g and $17 per shade) is billed as the ultimate fantasy shades that shift 3-4 ways depending on angle and lighting.
First Impression: These shades are STUNNING! The formula is impeccable! Yes it’s expensive for a quad, but bare in mind that the pigments needed to successfully create a multichhrome shadow are extremely expensive so the price will be higher than a regular pigment palette. I’ve had other multichromes in my collection and I have to say Blend Bunny really hit it out of the park with this one! As is seen above in picture #3 and below in picture #2 the shift is just amazing! I am so hoping they come out with either a full palette or even a small 9 pan of more multichromes.
The shades from left to right are: Treasures Untold (purple, pink and cranberry – multichrome), Cove (gold, green and teal – multichrome), Dive Deep (peridot, pale teal and purple – multichrome) and Mermaid Tears (green, teal and fuchsia – multichrome).
That’s all I purchased this round of beauty buys… Thank you for reading. I hope you enjoy the rest of your day/night and that you are in great spirits and health.
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