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Friday, 8 April 2016

MAKE UP FOR EVER Flash Palette & Flash Color: Swatches & Review

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MAKE UP FOR EVER Flash Palette 
This MAKE UP FOR EVER Flash Palette retails for $99US and $111CAN for 70g/ 2.46oz of product. I purchase this at a 40% off at Toronto IMATS however for $64CAN at that time.
The Flash Color pots retailed for $21CAN for 6g / 0.21 oz before they were changed to cream sticks.



MAKE UP FOR EVER Flash Palette & Flash Color pot
MAKE UP FOR EVER Flash Palette & Flash Color
MAKE UP FOR EVER Turquoise 000 the same in Flash Palette & Flash Color
Product
The formula is a creamy texture with excellent pigmentation. This product dries down like a more wax-based cream, but setting these with a powder I've had very little movement issues with the products.

Colour:
Gold 004 is a metallic gold shimmer cream.
Silver 003 s a metallic silver shimmer cream. 
Coral 002 is a vibrant orange coral.
Turquoise 000 is a light turquoise blue.
Fuchsia 005 bright fuchsia pink leaning more magenta.
Yellow 013 is a true primary yellow.

Brown 023 is a warm tone true brown.
White 010 is a pure white.
Red 017 is a true primary red).
Bright Blue 014 is a true primary blue.
Leaf Green 008 is a yellow based mid-tone green.
Black 011 is a pure black.


Wear: I got 16 hour in this during the summer heat and humidity so long as you set these with a powder but all cream makeup needs to be set with a powder so I don't consider this altering the wear time.

Packaging: Is a clear box case palette.

Daylight swatches: Gold 004, Silver 003, Coral 002, Turquoise 000, Turquoise 000 (jar), Fuchsia 005, & Yellow 013.
Flash swatches: Gold 004, Silver 003, Coral 002, Turquoise 000, Turquoise 000 (jar), Fuchsia 005, & Yellow 013.
Daylight swatches: Brown 023, White 010, Red 017, Bright Blue 014, Leaf Green 008, and Black 011.
Flash swatches: Brown 023, White 010, Red 017, Bright Blue 014, Leaf Green 008, and Black 011.
Turquoise 000 was used for the eyeshadow on the Red Queen from Tim Burtons Alice in Wonderland movie,
so I also used it for my cosplay here. ;)

Verdict:
The are really exceptionally pigmented creams, they are more expensive than most industry cream based paints but a little goes a long way as well.

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