Today we are here to talk about the holiday palette by Kat Von D called the Mi Vida Loca Remix palette.
This palette is a Sephora exclusive just like all other Kat Von D palettes and costs $59. This item is definitely wanted by many as it keeps going in and out of stock on the Sephora website.
This palette is a bit larger than the previous holiday palettes she put out.
These colors are beautiful!
Strutter, Lyric, Black Metal, Skulls, Noble, Moulder
Love, Anthem, Muse, Echo, Dark Wave, Synth, Hyperballad, Lemmy, Misfit, Vinyl
Legend, Fran, Analogue, Harpsichord, Rewind, Destroyer, Swoon
My first impression on this palette is that they apply gorgeously to the eyes. This palette is a must have this holiday season. While I may not be the biggest fan of the layout of how the shadows are placed I’m beyond thrilled each has it’s name printed on the palette.
A few things I have gathered from the thrift store lately.
Did you check out my August Favorites? I’m about to film a September Favorites!
Ten Facts About Me:
- I have a huge passion for interior design and home design
- I am a Gemini
- I am slowly minimizing my life
- I am obsessed with office supplies/stationary
- I enjoy making things
- I am currently living in the house I grew up in
- If I am on my phone I am usually either on Instagram or Pintrest
- Autumn is my favorite season, 65 with sun is my favorite
- I wish I was more of a morning person
- I love all animals but bulldogs are my favorite
So there are ten facts about me, do we share any common facts? What are some facts about you? Let’s get to know each other better!
Kat Von D recently released over a dozen new shades and one re-promote to her liquid lipstick line. So I of course had to pick up a few because I really do love her formula. It drys matte, but it isn’t super drying and it’s easy to wear. If you eat or drink a lot you will have to reapply.
These do retail for $20 each at Sephora.
Bow n Arrow *repromote* is described as a “fawn nude”. It is a beautiful nude.
Requiem is described as a “soft lilac”. It’s a beautiful color but clashed with my skin color.
Lovesick is described as a “mauve nude”. I find this to be a great my lips but better color.
Double Dare is described as a “cocoa blush”. This is a wonderful Fall transition color.
Ayesha is described as a “rich lavender”. It’s beautiful and another great transitioning color into Fall.
Exorcism is described as a “ripe blackberry”. This is on the lighter side of ‘vampy’ colors, so if you’re nervous to rock a dark lip this would be a good one to start with.
Damned is described as a “black cherry”. This color just speaks to my soul, I cannot wait to rock this a ton in the Fall and Winter.
I cannot wait to purchase a few more shades from this collection and I am already wishing she will come out with more shades. What do you think? Will you be buying any or have you already?
Remember if you shop online at Sephora, to use eBates to get money back on your order!
These are some of the beauty products I have been absolutely loving this month!
What have you been loving?
So my scheduling for the month of June got a little messed up. I’ve had some house issues last month (my security system went wonky, my washing machine hose broke and leaked into my basement, plus I’m cleaning out and getting ready for a yard sale). This month will hopefully be better.
I’m also thinking of going on a no buy July so I thought I would just start off with a Sephora Haul, since I purchased these items mid June.
I picked up two Nails Inc. nail polishes that were on sale, because they’re my favorite formula. The orangey-red color is in West End and the gray tone is in Hyde Park Place.
I picked up Nars Madly blush which I have been lusting over for about a year now but it is normally sold out, it’s a gorgeous color.
It’s a great bronze/nude shade. It may not look super special but once you put it on your cheeks it’s great.
I also picked up the Make Up Forever Artist Palette Volume 1 in Nudes because I have been wanting to try out the Make Up Forever Artist shadows but for some reason I never picked any up. So I thought a palette would be a great way to test the waters.
These have great pigmentation and are easy to apply. The only downside to this palette is there are not any matte shades so I can’t just use this one palette for an eye look. I could but I like balancing in mattes with my looks.
I used 100 points to get a sample of the Tarte Sunscreen because I am looking for one so we will see how I like it.
Have you bought anything lately?
Remember to always use Ebates to get money back on your purchases! I received $3.44 back on this purchase, it may not seem like a lot but it adds up!
This palette has been blowing up on Instagram, so I am sure you probably heard of it. There was a little controversy with the launch but I do not want to get into it. I want to just showcase this palette for you.
Packaging is just like the Etude palette I talked about in the last post. A cardboard packaging with a decent size mirror, eight pans.
Beautiful right? None of these are dupes from the Etude palette either, I know a few of them look similar.
Top Row: Vanilla, Winter Brown, Cinnamon, Lace Noir
Bottom Row: Enigma, Electro, Popper, Nova
This palette I feel swatches better than the Etude palette, but works just as well. The colors apply wonderfully to the eye and blends easily.
This palette retails for $60 on the Saucebox Website
I bought the SauceBox Etude Palette finally, this palette has 8 large pan eyeshadows and retails for $50. This palette is also all matte.
This palette is beautiful, and also kind of reminds me of the Viseart Matte Palette and the Kat Von D Shade and Light Eye Contour Kit a bit with the color scheme.
These shadows may not swatch the best, however they apply lovely to the eyes.
This palette is one palette that if you do not have a lot of matte palettes in your collection is one I could see someone reaching for a lot, it has some wonderful transition shades and high light shades.
This palette can also be used for the face, contour, blush and eyeliner. So it is a multi-use product if that is something you value in buying a higher priced palette.
Since I started this week with my morning routine I thought I should end it with my night routine. This is just the basics of my face routine. I do use other items depending how my skin is doing.
To start off I use Boscia Make Up To Break Up cleansing oil. This gets all the make up and mascara off my face. I really love cleansing oils I’m finding out. I have totally stopped using make up wipes and eye make up remover since finding this item!
Then depending on my skin I will either use Philosophy Purity or Kate Somerville Detox Daily Cleanser. If my skin is really behaving I will use the Purity if I feel like it’s looking a little rough I use the Kate Somerville cleanser.
Sunday Riley Luna Sleeping Oil, I really wanted to hate this when I bought it. It has a hefty price tag, but I have seen results using it. I tend to use this every other night.
Algenist Genius Ultimate Anti-Aging Eye Cream is a thick cream that absorbs great underneath my eyes. I do not love or hate this product, I will most likely try something else when this is finished.
Lastly a moisturizer which is always important, lately I have been using the Philosophy Renewed Hope in a Jar because it came in a set I bought. I do like it a lot though.
So that is my night routine, I may use a mask or two during the week it all depends. If you would like to see a top 5 face masks let me know.
What does your night time skincare routine look like?
Remember to use Ebates to get cash back on your purchases online!