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Eyeshadow Look With ACE Beaute Blossom Passion


I just got this eyeshadow palette from The Indy brand Ace Beauté called Blossom Passion and I wanted to share a look I did from it in case it piques your interest this holiday season to get one too and they are having a 30 percent off sitewide sale so even better.
My hubby bought mine and it came just in time for our date night.

This palette has a beautiful color story with 12 eyeshadows consisting of mattes and metallics and are super pigmented.
The shades are:
• Gardenia (matte) - Light Peach
• Peony (matte) - Light Pink
• Dahlia (metallic) - Dusty Pink
• ‪Carnation (matte) - Salmon Pink‬
• Orchid (metallic) - Light Red
• Red Rose (matte) - True Red
• Eros (metallic) - Rosey Pink
• Love (matte) - Bright Fuschia
• Beauty (satin) - Hot Pink
• Lust (matte) - Deep Plum
• Seduction (matte) - Deep Eggplant Purple
• Desire (matte) - Deep Fuschia
For this eyeshadow look I used the following:
Overall lids- Gardenia
Crease: Dahlia
Lids- Peony
Outer Corner- Eros (don’t like the name)
Lower Lash Line- All shades mentioned
Liner- Seduction ( don’t like the name either)
With this palette, I noticed the top row has all floral names while the bottom row has emotional/feeling names. It would have been nice to carry the floral theme throughout the palette. Odd indeed but the shades are beautiful. Another detail about the palette that I didn’t care for but was not a deal-breaker was that the shades Eros and Beauty are quite similar in color the only difference is one has more shimmer than the other. These shadows have pow! and it does cause staining so a lid primer is needed.


Swatches:
                The primer I used was the NYX Ultimate shadow and liner primer in the shade light.