Thursday, August 2, 2018

One Palette, Three Looks (series)- Using The Jeffree Star Cosmetics Thirsty Palette - Look 2

We are back to my series on the Jeffree Star Cosmetics Thirsty Palette. For my second look, I decided to test out the metallic row. Jeffree Star did say these are a new formula for the brand. As you may notice, they do not have the company logo pressed into them the way the mattes do because of their soft texture. 

Many people love applying pressed metallic pigments like this using a finger, just pushing the product onto the center of the lid. While there is absolutely nothing wrong with this, I personally always use brushes. 

In playing with these, I found a dense brush works best. They adhere to the eye better with a glitter glue underneath so they have something to stick to. However, applying them with a dry brush over another shadow gives a nice look as well. It really depends on the look you are trying to achieve.

Here is Look #2:

I really wanted to see how the different textures worked together.  I used Kumquat (burnt orange) along the lower lash line, in the crease and outer V of the eye. 

Using a precision kabuki brush that I sprayed with setting spray, I pressed Lick (metallic gold) & Filthy Rich (antique gold) onto the lid, starting at the inner corner of the eye. I added more Kumquat to the outer corner and highlighted under the brow with Parched (matte Ivory).

This was a fun look to create. For the lip, I used Armour Beauty Lip Gloss in Lucy.  

Jeffree Star Cosmetics sells an array of colorful liquid lipsticks that I am sure would look lovely with the palette. I have not tried them yet, but plan to soon!

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๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’„ ~ Makeup Matters 

All products in this post were purchased by me from I do not get paid to write reviews.


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