Relic Palette from Lunatick Cosmetic Labs

I have to admit, the big thing that sold me on this brand was definitely the package design. The palettes are coffin shaped, the mirror inside is shaped like a bat, and the box has skeleton hands giving you a heart. It’s all pretty dang amazing. So, I bought myself the Relic palette and got so pumped to see the cute designs in my mailbox.

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Relic features five lovely (relatively) neutral eyeshadows, in a super cute, goth package. The coffin shaped palette has a ouija board design on the outside, and the inside mirror is shaped like a bat. It’s amazing. I was honestly so enamored by the looks of this palette that I didn’t want to even swatch it for a couple days because it was just so perfect. It’s adorable. But when I watched it, I got even more excited; these colors are nothing like ones in any of my other palettes, and they feel different. They aren’t too dark, but the pigment hits a sweet spot where I can layer without going over the top, but I can still get good color from just one dab. I love that.

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I’ve been using these colors paired with ones from other palettes because these neutral colors are perfect for in the crease of my eyelid. The other day, however, I only used Relic for eyeshadow and loved it. I think it’s got some perfect, neutral colors, in the most wonderful packaging, and it’s just fantastic.

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I’m really excited to order more from Lunatick because all of their packages are lovely (their lipstick looks like bullets, I love it), and I have really enjoyed using this palette. I have a feeling that I will be hitting the bottom of the pan with this palette before any other; the colors go so well with anything; clothing, other eyeshadows, and lip colors. It’s phenomenal, and you can get your own here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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About Emily Althea

Emily is a 20-something Fangirl in love with too many fandoms. You can find her on Twitter (@DoTheFangirl) and Instagram (@emilyfangirls).
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