I really enjoy the formula of Violet Voss eyeshadows – they’re highly pigmented, easily blendable, and the color stories are inspiring.
The 20 beautiful shades per palette are made with jojoba oil, making them soft yet long-lasting. These versatile palettes let you go for a subtle daytime look, and easily transition to a sultry nighttime smoky eye. They’re the perfect go-to for creating a flawless, sexy look for any occasion.
Have you tried any Violet Voss eyeshadows? What are your thoughts on them? Let me know in the comments below!
When Too Faced released their (yet another) version of a nude eyeshadow palette called Natural Nudes in January 2020, so did Maybelline with a drugstore dupe that released in the same month. Since makeup products take at least 6-8 months to create, formulate, and begin production, it’s highly suspicious that such similar palettes released in the same month. Who knows who was snooping on who!
Interesting to note, both brands describe their palette as “made for universal shades and complexions“. Both have 16 shades with a good range of mattes and shimmers.
The Too Faced palette is said to be infused with coconut water, alpine rose & hualuronic acid, which gives it a slight sweet scent and softer blendability. Whereas the Maybelline palette is a tad drier, with key ingridients being Talc, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride & Zinc Stearate.
Well, I tested them both out for myself and I can say that they’re VERY similar in pigmentation and wearability. Of course, use a good eyeshadow primer to prolong the wear of any eyeshadow. Shimmer shades can be amplified by spraying the brush with the product with a setting spray (MAC’s Fix Plus is the best for this step) before applying onto the eye.
Have you tried either of these palettes? What do you think of the fact that they released during the same month with an identical concept? Let me know all your thoughts in the comments below!