I hear it's already sold out on Sephora- so if you want this palette, get it while you can!
The first look I did with it, can easily be recreated with the Wet and Wild Blue Had Me At Hello, as the main shadow colors are similar to colors in that palette.
The shimmery teal, the matte black, and the shimmery navy- in UD terms, I used Deep End, Black Out, and Evidence.
I also used Vanilla as a browbone highlight- but you can use ELF Studio Blush in Gotta Glow or NARS Highlighter in Albatross.
Here's what I use to create the whole look:
Revlon Colorstay Normal/Dry Skin 180 Sand Beige
LA Colors Mystic Concealer/Foundation Stick in Beige
Revlon Colorstay Aqua Minerals Finishing Powder in Translucent Light
ELF Studio Blush in Peachy Keen
ELF Essentials Eyelid Primer in Pearl
ELF Studio Cream Eyeliner in Teal Tease as an eyeshadow base
UD Deep End, Evidence, Black Out, Vanilla Eyeshadows
UD 24/7 Pencil Liner in Oil Slick on upper lashline
Wet and Wild Color Icon Shimmer Pencil in Blue on lower lashline
NYC Sky Rise Mascara in Extreme Black
Jemma Kidd Hydrating Gloss Stick in Bridgetown on lips
The second look I did- Was when I decided to go to a vintage car and bike show with my boyfriend. There was a pin up contest, but we left before it started.
Here's the look I did with the palette.
I used Chase all over the lid, Deeper on the outer third of the lid, M.I.A. in the crease and outer V, and Black Out in the outer V. I also added Deeper under the lashline.
(The flash was a little bright, so excuse that. lol)
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(Can you sense my excitement? lol)