Challenge Week: MAKEUP REVOLUTION Iconic Palette

I think the true test of a great eyeshadow palette lies in its versatility. Every so often I’ll commit myself to a single palette for an entire week and put together five looks. So far I’ve done challenge weeks with the Too Faced Sweet Peach palette and the Too Faced Peachy Mattes palette.

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This past week I did the challenge with the MAKEUP REVOLUTION Iconic palette. Here are the five looks I came up with.

The Iconic palette does not have shade names, so I numbered the shadows. And for consistency, I used the Charlotte Tilbury Legendary Lashes mascara, the Stila Micro Tip Liquid Liner and MAC’s Nylon (to highlight my brow bone) in each look.

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Monday

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Shades used: 5, 7, 12

Lips: NYX Pin-Up Pout in Revolution

 

Tuesday

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Shades used: 2, 4, 14

Lips: Too Faced Melted Matte in Child Star

 

Wednesday

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Shades used:2, 7, 10

Lips: Rouge Dior in Distinct Matte

 

Thursday

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Shades used: 6, 10, 13

Lips: Cover FX Custom Enhancer Drops in Blossom

 

Friday

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Shades used: 1, 3, 9, 11

Lips: Estée Lauder Pure Color Love in Up Beet

 

Tell me about your most versatile palette!

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