Feelunique haul (17% off – except Natasha Denona)

Back in early December Feelunique had a 17% off sale, so I decided to get a few Morphe products I’d been wanting for a while. I also decided to get something from Natasha Denona, even though Natasha Denona wasn’t a part of the sale.

The Natasha Denona Glam face palettes was released around this time, and I really liked the concept, so I picked up the Light version. It comes with a cream blush, and star glow highlighter (new formula), and five neutral eyeshadows. As I’ve mentioned before, ND makes great neutral eyeshadows, and the blush and highlighter are super pretty, so this is a great face palette.

Coca Cola is my favourite soft drink, and I’d been wanting to get this Coca-Cola X Morphe Awe Together artistry palette for quite a while. However, the colour story is not my favourite, and some of the shades are a bit underwhelming. But it’s cute nonetheless.

The main reason to make this order was to get some products from the Morphe Mickey & Friends Truth Be Bold collection. I’ve probably mentioned it a million times before, but I love everything Disney, and this Morphe Mickey & Friends Truth Be Bold artistry palette is just so fun. I really like the colourful colour story, and I’ve liked the looks I’ve created with it so far.

I also picked up the Mickey & Friends Truth Be Bold mega matte lipstick trio. It comes with the shades Bow Babe (nude), Oh Boy (red), and Goody Goody (pink). They’re very matte and very pigmented, and I love the Mickey & Friends faces on the actual lipstick part. So cute!

The last item I got was the Morphe Mickey & Friends Truth Be Bold 6-piece brush set. It comes in a cute tin, and the brushes themselves are super cute. I usually really like Morphe brushes, and these are no exception.

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