I have a thing for creating DIY palettes, you will see a theme on here. I love doing travel and themed DIY palettes! The first DIY palette I wanted to share with you is the one I made for California! I use my favorite magnetic palette, the Ulta Z palette, which is sturdy and I trust it to keep my shadows and face powders safe! I’m going to go through the shades within the palette, some I will just share what palette they are from if they have no shade names. Let us begin!
This palette has a mixture of shades from the Makeup Revolution Proud Of My Life palette, the lip smackers Mermaid and Unicorn palettes (They are eye and face palettes), some Colourpop shades, urban decay, too faced, BH cosmetics and ABH. A lot of variety!
All of the shades with a red dot are all from the Makeup Revolution Proud Of My Life palette. I love Makeup Revolution’s formula, this palette really surprised me! When I depotted it I basically kept every day but 3! (I got rid of a black, a patchy dark blue, and a patchy dark green)
These shades are depotted Colourpop shadows from various palettes. I know the bronzey shade and the matte purple are from the Element Of Surprise palette. The shimmery rosey mauve shade is from the Sweet Nothings palette. The only shade I’m not sure of is the matte brown.
There are 2 urban decay shades. A mini in Lucid, and a full sized Midnight Cowboy.
These are all from the Lip Smackers Sparkle & Shine Unicorn and Mermaid palettes. The bigger pan is a blush. I’m really loving these shadows! Some are more buildable which I can appreciate, some are pretty pigmented right off the bat, but that green sure does pack a punch! And I do really love the blushes too!
These are two ABH shades. The square pan is a depotted shade from their Artist palette called Punch Fuchsia. The round pan is one of their singles in the shade Electro.
These are 2 shades from the Lime Crime plushies palette. The brown is Chocolate Milk and the pinky peach is Melon Smoothie.
There are 3 BH shades. The 2 smaller pans are from their Colour Festival palette, and the larger pan is from the Ultimate Artistry palette.
These are all the Too Faced shades. The two rectangular pans are form the Sweet Peach palette. The shades are Lucious and Nectar. The bronzer is Sun Bunny. And the blush is from a holiday kit and is called StrobeBerry.
The two single pans are both blush. The smaller pan is Becca Wild Honey from their Afterglow palette. The larger blush pan is a Franken-blush I made at the end of 2019. I used it as a blush topper and love it so much!
Well, that is it! I really enjoy creating these palettes so you will be seeing more of these posts! Also, in the next posts like this I do, I will make sure to take some pictures of looks I created! Thanks for reading!