LIMECRIME “VENUS: THE GRUNGE PALETTE” (SWATCHES AND REVIEW)
As soon as I began seeing images of Limecrime’s first eyeshadow palette “Venus: The Grunge Palette” I knew it had to be mine. If you’ve been following me on Instagram (@juliasallure) or are not a stranger to my blog, then you know my love for warm, burnt oranges and coral eye shadows. They’re honestly my weakness.
🌞I am drawn to warm colours in general and feel on the eyes they just give your face a certain look that I feel is flattering for any eye colour. Having blue/green eyes I feel warm shades look the best on me personally as I don’t really go towards greens or purples. With that being said the shades in this palette would look amazing on pretty much everyone. If you’re not a fan of warm, burnt shades then I would not suggest this palette as the majority are as such.
🎁Packaging - I’m all about those golds and really love the Botticelli “The Birth of Venus” inspiration. (Having studied art I appreciate the reference) & think it’s a cool inspiration for a palette.
🤑Pricing & Availibility - The palette retails for USD $42.00 which was kind of pricey to me but hey, that didn’t stop me from buying it! You can purchase it online from their website The good news is that this palette will be PERMANENT. So there’s no rush, it will be around.
Shades - The palette comes with 8 shades and a cute little mirror is included which I definitely appreciate.
Here are the descriptions of each shade according to the website:
⭐VENUS: The color of bruised fruit (velvet matte)
⭐SHELL: Opalescent shell-pink (glow)
⭐AURA: Golden ivory (glow)
⭐CREATION: Rust brown (matte)
⭐ICON: Dirt brown (matte)
⭐REBIRTH: The color of an over-ripe nectarine (matte)
⭐DIVINE: Dusty stone (matte)
⭐MUSE: Deep burgundy red (matte)
Now for the swatches… I used NO PRIMER for these.
🎨All of the shades except two are said to be matte but I wouldn’t say they are all completely matte. Some of the “matte” shades are more matte than others.. if that makes sense. The shade “Venus” is described as a “Velvet matte” which is true as it is not completely matte.
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