This was the last full week of indie month. I have not harvested fatigued by any means with using indie shadows, and in truth, this is the most fun I have had with makeup in a long time. For one, solo shadows are totally my taste (a fact I did not know about myself until I started out my seven days, one palette job), and two, the colors are so unique and special. With every era that has come out, I find myself convinced that all of those shadows don’t hold a candle to my collection of single shadows, especially indie shadows.
And for this revelation, I am grateful. I love suffering from in control whenever a new palette produces and thinking that almost all of everything is an easy pass. And that’s really interesting for me personally, since when I watch a great deal of people’s makeup collection videos or declutter videos, I’ve noticed that most people don’t have a ton of solitary shadows.
Or they state where did they never use their singles because palettes are just so far better. And I ponder if that happening is really because most people really feel that way or if it’s because we continue to listen to people hype palettes. When’s the last time you heard about a collection of singular shadows be hyped?
And not in the sense that you can purchase a ton of them and pop them into a custom palette. So, this excludes MAC, Makeup Geek, Make Up For Ever, Colourpop pressed shadows, etc. When’s the last time people critically hyped an individual shadow that came up in it’s own distinctive packaging?
Or is the reason that singles are not hyped because most of us have grown to be so conscientious of economizing space and putting everything into palettes because we have all accumulated much? Whatever it is, I’m happy I found singles again and am even more pleased I have a beautiful assortment of unique indie shadows. Listed below are five looks I did so this week.
Faerie Fire on the lid (over Pixie Epoxy) and THERE IS NO Such Thing As Magic blended into the crease. He Loves His Hammer on the lid (over Pixie Epoxy) and Kat Von D Shade and Light Quad in Plum combined into the crease. Furry Godmother on the lid (over Pixie Epoxy) and Little Bird blended into the crease. Candied Apple on the lid (over Pixie Epoxy) and Melt Rust Stack blended into the crease.
- You do not have to work behind desk for many working hours
- The angle copy writer
- Roses (Rosa)
- Best and Worst Mayor of Cebu City
- Lipstick Eggs and Macaron Storage
- Uric acid solution
Fight for Beauty on the lid (over Pixie Epoxy) and Kat Von D Meow combined into the crease. I enjoyed this shadow, I just think that I am a bit on the duochromes that mainly look white or gold on the lid. I really do like those shadows, month test but I’ve used many of them in this indie, and they’re not always all of that flattering on me.
With this color, it looks so green in the pot, but when put on my view, it was green. It was an extremely cool color, and I’m glad that the camera found the duochrome than it. I think for work, it wasn’t my favorite color, but it is a color that I will wear again and revel in certainly.