Something a lot of my friends know is that I am a make-up junkie.  I love beauty, glamour, glitter, makeup, sparkle.. and all that jazz.

So I decided to start adding some of that to this blog as well.

Cause there is more to me than just being an NF survivor.

I have hobbies, a life I lead, people I love, and a whole life outside of being ill.

so here is my first review here.

Jeffree Star Blood Lust Swatches:
I prepped my arm for swatches with moisturizer, primer and foundation so that we would see a true swatch.
Finger swatches and brush swatch, because a shadow can behave differently. Each got two swipes on my arm. The color descriptions are from Beautylish.
In order:
  • Your Majesty: Ivory bone with a matte finish
  • Take the Crown: Icy lavender with a metallic finish
  • Deviant: Light lavender with a matte finish
  • Beauty Sleep: Pink with gold reflects and a duo-chrome finish
  • Wet Jewel: Light pink with a wet metallic finish I did three swatches: finger, dry brush, and wet brush! ( finger and wet brush gave the best payoff.)
  • Royal Pain: Red mauve with a matte finish – does stain!
  • Dungeon: Dark plum with a matte finish – Does leave a faint Stain!
  • Scandal Water: Light violet with a matte finish
  • Sworn Enemy: Gold with green reflects and a duo-chrome finish
  • Pink Magic: Hot pink with a wet metallic finish – best pay off with a finger and wet brush.
  • Bleeding Heart: Fire red with a metallic finish Does Stain!
  • Executioner: Black with purple-pink reflects and a duo-chrome finish Dude.. this is so pretty!
  • High King: Berry purple with a matte finish
  • Vivid Mood: Bright lavender with a matte finish
  • Monarchy: Muted brown with a matte finish
  • Blood Queen: Vibrant eggplant with a matte finish
  • Vile Serpent: Teal with a matte finish – Does Stain!
  • Betrayal: Purple with gold reflects and a duo-chrome finish
First impressions:
Really pigmented, I think they will need a little work to blend out, and I need to try the glitter-infused one to see if there is fall out on my face. Your Majesty basically vanishes into my skin tone, cause it’s practically the same shade as my skin, so I can see myself reaching for it a lot! I am looking forward to creating a few new looks with this.
Issues I did have was with the packaging: It is really heavy. The mirror protector was stuck and didn’t tear away cleanly, leaving pieces of it behind. Also, some of the shadows had had fall out on to the packaging before I ever touched any of the shadows. The extreme wet shadows lost the stamp with just swatching, by barely tapping my finger or brush in, which made me sad.
When I have time, I’ll see if I can compare any colors from this palette to Jawbreaker or Conspiracy.

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