The Game of Thrones show is one of the most popular shows that has ever been released. I’m a huge fan so I was glad to see that they collaborated with a makeup brand that I personally love. Urban Decay x Game of Thrones Collection features a beautifully designed eyeshadow palette, a highlighter palette, four lipsticks, four eyeliners, two eyeshadow brushes and a lip & cheek stain.
Laura Mercier has been on fire with new releases! The brand released a new Caviar Chrome Eye Collection and also added a new base to their line, the Lumiere Radiance Perfecting Foundation. I’ve been testing both releases for awhile now so I wanted to share my thoughts on both.
Mac Boom, Boom, Bloom Collection is the brand’s Spring 2019 collection. The collection features beautiful petal themed packaging and a pink theme. The sakura printed packaging is right on with the spring theme and it is one of the most beautiful packaging I’ve seen from the brand. The Boom, Boom, Bloom Collection includes a cherry blossom scented Fix +, High-Light Powders, Lipsticks, Lipglass and a stunning eyeshadow palette.
Chantecaille Polar Ice Collection is the newest launch from the brand. It is a spring collection that was inspired by the colors and textures of the Arctic. With the glow from glacial ice and colors of Aurora Borealis, the collection features a lot of pastel icy shades and plenty of shimmer.
Zoeva Cosmetics has a new collection inspired by the ancient Greek art. The Zoeva Heritage Collection is packaged in beautiful gold mosaic packaging that, as I mentioned before, was inspired by ancient Greek art. It is a tribute to the founder’s birth place and is a reflection of the country’s rich artistic tradition and history.
The Urban Decay Naked Reloaded Eyeshadow Palette is the new, updated version of Urban Decay’s discontinued Naked Palette. I am so glad that the brand decided to release a new palette (with all new shades) as I love this new version even more than the original. Don’t get me wrong, I used to love the Naked Eyeshadow Palette back in the day when we didn’t have a lot of options but I always felt that the palette was missing a couple of essential shades (mostly matte).