Hi Guys and Dolls! So here’s my Kat Von D Makeup Sinner look. I wanted to do something was was a different way of putting makeup on that I normally do: A darker color on the lid and liner colors in the crease/brow-bone. I really like the way this turned out, and I think it’s really easy to do compared to my normal “using makeup to create a deeper crease” -type makeup. I think I’ll be doing more makeup with a similar method!
I wanted to clarify something: in my review for this palette, many of you got the impression I just flat out don’t like it, or that I don’t like neutrals/lighter/paler colors- I do! I think that this palette is REALLY GOOD if you don’t already have dupes for it! I have a lot of dupes, which is not the makeup’s fault, but all my fave colors from this palette are easily dupable. Also, I like lighter colors, but I just don’t get all excited about dusty Mauve.
Anyway, here’s a perverse amount of pictures, & a few pictures of dupes (click on pictures to make them larger):
And the Dupes:
NYX Brown and Dark Brown, The two Browns in the 88 Palette I showed in the Saint Video with a little black, Two Matte Browns and a Black from the 120 palette, and Leather from the Beethoven Palette. None are exact dupes, but they are pretty close.
MAC’s Blue Flame (from Cool Heat 2008) Calypso Minerals Mez Mer Eyes (Vintageortacky Stacker), Speed Blue, MAC Sea and Sky (solid side)
Products used for the Sinner Look:
MAC Prep and Prime SPF 50
MAC Studio Fix Powder (NW15)
Ben Nye Contour 1
Kirkland Signature By Borghese Primrose Blush
Kat Von D Beethoven Palette (Rad Purple, Lucifer, Speed Blue, Razor Gray, Tequila)
MAC Blanc Type
Migi Velvet Liner
Urban Decay 24/7 liners in Zero, Binge and Ransom)
Imju Fiberwig Mascara
NYX Deep Purple Lipliner
MAC Rapturous Mattene Lipstick
MAC Young Punk Mineralize Eyeshadow