Happy Tuesday! Today I’m sharing my One Week, One Palette review on the IT Cosmetics Naturally Pretty Romantics palette. This was the first week where I really struggled with a palette, so I hope my review can help you make a decision on if you’d like to try this or one of the other Naturally Pretty palettes.
Today I’ll be reviewing the (unfortunately actually limited edition) palette curated by my favorite YouTube creator. I deeply adore this palette, just like I deeply adore Kathleen. I know this palette isn’t available anymore, but I think it’s important to continue sharing reviews and looks from older palettes beyond when they’re available in main retailers since there’s so many sites out there where you can purchase older or gently used makeup.
From March 24-30, I used the Colourpop I Think I Love You palette. After using the very colorful Makeup Revolution palette last week, I was ready for some neutral looks. This palette really fit the bill and is a go-to for me on days when I really don’t have the time to think too hard about a look.
From January 12th through 19th I used the LORAC PRO Matte palette and the Milani Everyday Eyes palette in Must Have Metallics (08). I’m considering the LORAC palette the primary one this week since I can see myself pulling out the Milani palette again later on to supplement other palettes that are more matte-heavy.
This week (March 17-23) I used the Makeup Revolution Reloaded Division Palette. It’s pretty clear that this palette is *ahem* inspired by the ABH Subculture palette, but I’m not mad about that. Personally, I don’t think I would mind the soft formula that the Subculture palette has (LORAC shadows are my favorite, so this isn’t surprising), but I wanted to try these bolder shades out in a “lower stakes” way than splurging on a high-end palette.
I am so excited to share today’s post, as it’s the first in my new series of eyeshadow palette reviews! From the second week of this year, I have been using one palette each week in an attempt to intentionally use all of the palettes in my collection. The first palette I used this year was the Too Faced Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar palette from January 5-11, so today I’ll share my thoughts on this palette and go over what this series is all about.