A look into beauty, that doesn't harm our furry friends
Not too long ago, Makeup Geek released some new and reformulated (20 to be precise) matte colors, so of course I was curious enough to try at least a couple. Although I wanted every color in the rainbow, I really tried to narrow down on two colors that I consciously wanted to integrate in my eye looks, and the first one that came to mind was Vintage, which MUG describes as ” medium brown with mauve undertones” (although I’d say the same, just vice-versa). The photo online is REALLY deceiving, so thank goodness for videos both from MUG and the community! The next color is one that took me by surprise in how much I lusted for it, Bedrock, a “medium gray with strong brown undertones”. Both of these formulas are decently creamy, soft, and very easy to blend on the skin. For $6 each, I don’t think you can top the quality of these shadows! You buy individual pans that come in a cardboard sleeve (love the art deco design!), and add it to a Z Palette.
I keep both of these colors in a little 4-pot mini eye-shadow kit from e.l.f., which you can see in action in one of my older videos (What’s in my Gym-Bag?) . I don’t think my obsession over Makeup Geek shadows will ever die, Marlena just knows what she’s doing! I can’t wait to see what new product she’ll come out with, as I’m already curious enough with the contour powders!
Makeup Geek matte eyeshadows, $6.00 USD ; found makeupgeek.com