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Friday, December 6, 2013

Studio Gear Cosmetics Review



    Welcome back fellow polish lovers. Today's post is different from any other post Ive ever done before, Why you might ask? Well thanks to Brand Backer I was given the opportunity to review Studio Gear Cosmetics new Holiday Smokey Eye palette.

*Warning this post is going to be very pic heavy*

Studio Gear Smokey Eye Palette

     This was a wonderful and scary opportunity for me. As you may have read is a previous post I don't normally wear make-up. But when the opportunity presented itself for this review I jumped on it. Specifically because I saw that instructions for application were printed right there next to the colors.


     I really like that there's a diagram included with the instructions for novices like myself. It made the application process go smoothly. And the colors were fun to play around with. Even though I don't wear make-up except for special occasions I do own quite the collection of eye shadow. Mostly shades of brown and a few pinks, so this was a nice addition and quite a change from my very neutral look.


      Still going with a neutral theme these colors blend together for a smokey eye look that I didn't know  could create. Because I don't own any eye primer the colors weren't as vibrant on me as they would be on some but I was still happy with the look I got and can't wait to play around with this some more.


     You'll have to forgive my expressions in these photos. I wasn't completely comfortable taking pictures of my face this close up. Her is my completed look using only the colors provided on the palette. I opted for a softer smokey eye look to start out with. The blush is pinker than I would normally wear, but still a decent color for my skin tone.


     I only did one side of my face so you could see the before and after shots all at once. Not a dramatic difference but I still like the results.




     And one more angle to show the colors on my lid. I think I might go for a little heavier hand next time just to get a more dramatic look. What do you think?

     Now for the fun part... Studio Gear Cosmetics wants to give you all a chance to try out their product at a discounted rate. Simply go to their site and use code SGHOLIDAY
 to receive 10% off your entire order. And guess what, the code doesn't expire!

     Thank you all for stopping by and reading my post. If you've got any tips on make-up application I'm all ears. What did you think of this eye shadow palette? Have you used any of Studio Gears products before?

This post was sponsored by Brand Backer. The products shown were sent to me for my honest review, Any Opinions and Photos are my own and were in no way influenced by an outside source.





4 comments :

  1. Its a nice little makeup palette. I really like that blush color :)

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    1. It was a fun little palette to play around with. Now I just need to figure out how to do a real smokey eye. lolThanks for your comment Lisa :)

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  2. I love it! :) It looks great on you with the lighter look! I think the blush looks really good too. :)

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    1. Thanks. I wasnt too sure about the blush with it being so pink. The one I use now has more of an orange undertone to it but is very subtle. Now I think Im going to need to invest in a decent set of make-up brushes.

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