Glossier Generation G in Cake and Leo - Swatches and Review

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Hey everyone! 

Today I have a review of the Glossier Generation G lipsticks. Before I get to the review, I wanted to say thanks to everyone who's been reading my reviews and using my referral link when making your purchases. It's helped me try out more of Glossier's products and review them for you guys. I've already reviewed the Boy Brow, Balm Dotcom, and Cloud Paint if you missed it and I'm focusing on the Generation G lipsticks today.

Glossier says "Generation G is a new kind of lip color that gives the look and finish of just-blotted lipstick, without the blot. We’ve created a short list of the six most important shades, with dialed-down pigment loads for a casual look: Zip, Leo, Crush, and Jam, along with the super subtle Cake and Like, which give some oomph to lighter lip tones. They’re lipsticks that adapt to you, not the other way around, so they'll appear a bit different on everyone as your natural lip color shows through. The effect? Diffused, matte goodness—just swipe it on."

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ABH Modern Renaissance Look #2 - A Cooler Smoky Mauve

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Today I wanted to share another look I did using the Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Eyeshadow Palette. Whenever I looked at the palette and saw makeup looks online using the palette, most people went for really warm or reddish looks since there are a ton of warm colors. I already did a warm reddish orangey look using this palette so I wanted to contrast that with a cooler toned look. I went for Buon Fresco since it's a beautiful cooler mauve and it's such a nice pop of cool tones relative to the rest of the colors. 

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Viseart Petit Pro Palette - Swatches and Review

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Today I have a review on the Viseart Petit Pro Palette. I think most everyone in the beauty community has heard about Viseart eyeshadows; this is a range of French eyeshadows that were primarily targeted towards makeup artists/professionals before being thrust into the consumer spotlight after launching on Sephora. 

I've mentioned the brand before, almost consistently every time I went to The Makeup Show LA but I never splurged on one of the palettes despite how well loved they were by the professional community. However, the launch of the Petit Pro Palette (and its $30 price tag) was much more palatable and I decided to pick this up.

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