There are lots of reddish peach shades in the Royal Peach palette. Thankfully, there are also some solid transition shades. ‘Sorbet’ is a pale orange, very similar to Makeup Geek’s ‘Peach Smoothie’ and ‘Sandy’ is a warm mid-toned tan very similar to Urban Decay’s ‘Beware’. The poppy shades in this palette are ‘Royal’ a matte, bright blue, ‘Mojito’, a metallic yellow-green and ‘North Star’ which is a metallic lilac that is very close to Anastasia Beverly Hill’s ‘Macaroon’. There’s enough excitement in this shade range to create many different looks without getting bored.
Here are two looks that I’ve created with (almost) all of the shades in the Royal Peach Palette.
Sorbet and Sandy thru the crease with Mojito on the inner/lid — Duke and Crush on the lower lash line blended out with Cinnamon
Hi there and Happy Friday!
Today I am sharing with you my newest lip color trifecta.
Hello and Happy Thursday!!! I have decided to start a bit of a series called Lipstick Parade. I will be talking and watching myself through my lipstick collection by color family. Today I’m sharing with you all my favorite wines & reds for autumn. No, I’m not transitioning into food blogging after this series. I’m talking LIPSTICK! Let’s not waste any time– let’s get into swatches!
(L to R: Clinique Almost Lipstick in ‘Black Honey’, Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain in ‘Crush’, MAC ‘Rebel’, NYX Matte Lip Cream in ‘Transylvania’, Kylie Cosmetics ‘Leo’, Maybelline ColorSensational in ‘Red Revival’)
I am soooo thrilled to say that I finally got my makeup-obsessed hands on a Kylie Cosmetics product! After attempting to purchase these three previous times during the Birthday Collection/Edition releases, I finally got to get mine on the final chance.
Kylie’s Birthday products were special to me because of their beautiful gold packaging. I just had to have them. The mini matte liquid lipstick collection that I got was the most incredible deal, too and I couldn’t pass it up. I got 6 different lippies for just about $30. This was perfect for me because I have no idea which shade in her range is good for me because nobody who is pale and warm-toned like me reviews her products! I swear. By getting these small guys, I’ve been able to test out the following shades: Koko K, Candy K, Exposed, Dolce K, Kristen and Leo, her Birthday exclusive shade.
Seeing as I can barely make it through an entire bullet of my favoritest lipsticks, I knew the minis would be the ideal size for trial and error. If I really find myself liking one a lot, I can always buy the lip kit! That being said, the lipsticks are a lot smaller than I imagined…
Time for the important part. The on-lip swatches. For reference, here are my bare lips:
Dolce K was a huuuge surprise for me. I figured it would be a darker version of Exposed but it seemed to flatter my skin tone better. It’s more of a brown on me and I don’t own anything quite like it. That makes me happy! The coverage was slightly more difficult with Dolce K.
KRISTEN IS SO PRETTY!!!!! I didn’t expect it to be so bright on me because it seemed like every person I saw it on showcased it as a more brown-toned warm red but oh my goodness it’s beautiful on me. I LOVE this shade. Great coverage, too.
Lastly, Leo. 🙁 I was so excited for this shade that I almost tried buying the lip kit for it. Man, I’m glad I didn’t. I had such a struggle getting the color to apply evenly. While I am glad it showed up redder on me (swatches I’d seen showed it more browny), I’m going to need to figure out a way to apply this so it covers evenly. Such a pretty color, such a shame.
Overall, I’m very pleased with this set. I think it was a great value and I love that it was in limited edition packaging. If you need tips on how to score some Kylie products on release days, let me know and I’ll post about it because I definitely have figured out the way to do it.
Check out my instagram (@beautymunson) account for more pictures and swatches!