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Pink Crush Metamorphosis Palette Tutorial

Hello, beautiful creatures! Today I’m sharing an indie makeup Pink Crush Metamorphosis Palette Tutorial featuring Pink Crush Cosmetics Metamorphosis Palette and Rituel de Fille Atmosphere Airglow Luminous Hybrid Primer + Balm, along with Nix and Galatea Ethereal Veils and Intuition Inner Cream Glow pigment. This tutorial is a purple and blue eyeshadow tutorial for hooded eyes. For the complexion part of this tutorial, I have my studio lights minimized and use natural light to make sure you can see my skin texture and imperfections.

Where to Buy the Palette
Etsy

Price
$30

Be sure to check out my Pink Crush Cosmetics Metamorphosis Palette Review + 24 Eyeshadow Combination Suggestions.

Purple Hooded Eyes Makeup Tutorial Video

Watch the video on YouTube for closed captioning in English!

Pink Crush Metamorphosis Palette Tutorial Product List

Indie Makeup Tutorial Purple Hooded Eyes Tutorial Pink Crush Metamorphosis Palette Tutorial for hooded eyes

If I do this look over again, I’m going to add Chitin on top of the lower lid shades, just like I did on the mobile lid.

Purple Blue Indie Makeup Tutorial

Rituel de Fille Atmosphere Airglow Luminous Hybrid Primer + Balm with Nix & Galatea Ethereal Veils and Intuition Inner Glow.

Eyes
Sigma Ignite eyeshadow primer
Wingspan (Metamorphosis Palette) – crease and transition, lower lid
Exoskeleton (Metamorphosis Palette) – outer V, outer corner of lid, outer crease, and outer lower lid
Ultraviolet (Metamorphosis Palette) – center of lid and lower lid
Pink Nectar (Metamorphosis Palette) – inner lid and inner lower lid
Chitin (Metamorphosis Palette) – lid
Cozzette C1 Essential Setting Powder – to blend out the edges of eyeshadow
Pink Crush Transformation (Metamorphosis Palette) – inner corner and under brows
Canmake Gokubuto Mascara
Peaches & Cream Tutankhamun – lower waterline

Brows
Urban Decay Blackout Ink Stain
Em Cosmetics Ebony Micro Fluff Brow Gel

Face
Rituel de Fille Atmosphere Airglow Luminous Hybrid Primer + Balm (coming soon, I bought this when it promo’d)
RdF Nix + Galatea Ethereal Veils – foundation
Rituel de Fille Intuition Inner Glow Cream – contour
Fenty Drama Cla$$ Cream Bush
Lime Crime Wavy Shimmering Skin Stick

Lips
KVD Vegan Beauty Poe pencil (sadly KVD discontinued Poe, but Nyx Jet Set Suede Pencil is very similar)
KVD BluePink lipstick

Makeup Thoughts

Philip de Franco Emotionally Exhausted Pastel Goth Cotton Candy Hoodie

Peaches & Cream is a new indie brand to me. I purchased several of their pencils to try out. The colors are great, but they don’t hold up well on my waterline. I was hoping for longer lasting power.

Because of having Rosacea, I have always struggled to find a product that I could use to hide my skin’s imperfections without having to do a full face of foundation. Rituel de Fille’s Nix matches my neck and chest, which never have redness. Rituel de Fille’s Galatea works to neutralize some of my facial redness, and the yellow undertone seems to help it blend in so that I can finally spot conceal without it being obvious. Mixing the two lets me add dimension to my face. I’m so glad I gave Galatea a try!

Read When Rosacea Flares Up.

Indie Makeup Tutorial

Most mainstream makeup companies have discontinued all their fun lip colors and lip pencils, making me sad. KVD’s lip pencils were great and came in such a wide variety of colors, so seeing KVD get rid of the blues, purples, blacks, etc., was very disappointing. Same with Urban Decay and so many other brands. It makes me so grateful that we have indie makeup brands who continue to create these alternative and fun colors rather than safe shades.

I want to see more brands offering duochrome palettes, purple, blue, and green color stories, and complex colors. What do you want to see brands creating?

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