Beauty Bay haul (July)

It’s time for a collective Beauty Bay haul. As far as I remember, I made two different orders from Beauty Bay in July, and I thought I could put them together in one big haul.

I purchased three palettes from By BEAUTY BAY; the Loves Notes palette, the New Mood palette, and the TECHNIDAZE palette.

The Love Notes palette was this year’s Valentine’s Day release from By BEAUTY BAY, and I didn’t purchase it when it released, because I already have a lot of purple, pink, and neutral eyeshadows in my collection. However, when I saw that it was on sale at a very affordable price, I decided to get it anyways, because I love the By BEAUTY BAY eyeshadow formulas.

On the other hand, I was sure I wanted the New Mood palette as soon as I saw it. This colour story is interesting with it’s mix of colours and neutrals, and some of the metallics are duochromes, and they’re stunning. Even though I haven’t used all the shades yet, I already know that my favourite shade is Inspired, which is the most beautiful blue-purple duochrome.

This is the first 8 pan palette, I’ve purchased from By BEAUTY BAY, but I just love bright colourful eyeshadows so much, and these shades are so pretty. I used this palette for my most recent make-up look.

I also picked up some more products from the By BEAUTY BAY Disney Colour and BEAUTY BAY collab. I accidentally broke the handle on my Jeffree Star Cosmetics hand held mirror, so I needed a new one and decided to pick up the Alice In Wonderland one from this collab. I also picked up the Shadow Stick Vault, which contains all six shades of the Shadow Sticks, and as you can see, they’re all pretty, colourful shades.

Lastly from By BEAUTY BAY I received this Super Plump lip gloss as a free gift with purchase. It’s in the shade Fizz.

Now on to a few more eye products. As I mentioned in a recent make-up post, I’m really into creams and liquids and all kinds of different types of eyeshadows these days, so I picked up the Jeffree Star Cosmetics Eye Gloss Powder in Voodoo Glass, the Danessa Myricks Beauty Twin Flames Multichrome Pigment in Passion, and I also decided to try the Danessa Myricks Beauty Infinite Chrome Pencil in Jade.

The Jeffree Star Cosmetics Eye Gloss Powder is a beautiful sheer gold with a green shift. The Danessa Myricks Beauty Twin Flames Multichrome Pigment is a pastel pink and lime green duochrome liquid eyeshadow (I’m wearing it here), and the Danessa Myricks Beauty Infinite Chrome Pencil is described as a seafoam green and periwinkle duochrome. I guess, I’m into products that shift green:)

I also picked up a couple of blushers. I got the Physicians Formula Matte Monoi Butter blush in Mauvy Mattes and the Melt Cosmetics Digital Dust Duo blush in Buzz Kill. Both of these products are very aesthetically pleasing, but one is matte and the other is glowy. I’m especially excited about the Melt Cosmetics blush, because I’ve been wanting to try it for so long.

I puchased three highlighters as well. I’ve already worn all three, and I love all three! Even though I own quite a few of the Made By Mitchell Blursh liquid blushers, I’m still not sure how I feel about them, but it’s a different story with this Made By Mitchell Blursh Lights liquid highlighter. I picked up the shade Champagne Spray, and even though I’ve only worn it once so far, I liked it instantly. I also got another shade of the About-Face Light Lock Highlight Fluid, because I love the formula. This time I picked up the shade Unrestrained, which is beautiful soft lavender. And the last highlighter, I purchased, is the famous Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector pressed highlighter in Champagne Pop. It is now called Smashbox x Becca, but the product is the same. I picked up the mini size, because I never go through an entire highlighter.

Lastly, I picked up two base products from e.l.f. Cosmetics. I purchased a back-up of the Flawless Brightening concealer in Fair 10 C, because I just love that product, and I also picked up the Camo powder foundation in Fair 120 N, which I’d heard such good things about. I’ve only used it a few times, but so far I like it a lot.

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