Lethal Cosmetics palette III

One of my favorite single eyeshadow brands? Lethal Cosmetics. I take the liberty to build myself a palette using their fun palette designer tool around once a year. This is the third palette I built myself. Let’s review it!

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Since trying this out, I already got myself a fourth palette, which I swatched out for you in a recent short. (Yes I have been making shorts and Tiktoks. Follow me @floatingindreams_).

Review: Lethal Cosmetics single eyeshadow palette

Now with Lethal Cosmetics you have several options if you wish to try their eyeshadows. They have their premade palettes or you can try building your own. Many of the shades from their palettes are released as singles in case you cannot decide on a full palette.

The price of singles palettes depends on the shades you put in them and prices have gone up over time. Now a basic single starts at €6.50, but the multichromes are much more expensive. When you fill a palette with 12 shades you do get a discount and if you are also interested in their face products you can use those to complement your palette as well.

What does this palette have to offer?

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So this palette is not for sale ready made. I put this together myself and these are the shades in it:

Synergy, Lucid, Nightcall, Revolve, Sequence, Inertia, Replica, Deceit, Unity, Cryptic, Capslock, Synth, Celestial

The shadows are in the palette in that order if you start top left and continue to the bottom right. I paid just over €70 for the palette and qualified for free shipping.

How do these shadows swatch?

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With Lethal Cosmetics you should be aware of the fact that this is a thinner formula. Until they launched duochromes and multichromes many of the shimmers all have similar intensities as well. So if these swatches look disappointing, just know that these do not disappoint once you start using them with brushes. You can see swatches for these as well as the first two palettes I created here. If you want to see more looks using the first two palettes, you can find those here and here respectively.

2 Looks, 1 Palette

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Purple look
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Green look

As you can see here these two looks, featuring 6 shades each from the palette came out looking stunning. And this is why I love Lethal Cosmetics shades. Their colorful range is amazing (I haven’t tried many of their neutrals) and I have been loving their selections. Where some of the shades may seem a bit lackluster in a finger swatch, they go on beautifully once applied.

Should you buy Lethal Cosmetics single eyeshadows?

I think that really depends on where you live. I am in the EU and Lethal Cosmetics is a German brand, so they are a bit easier for me to get a hold of. Now you can buy them through several retailers internationally to make it easier on shipping but those places tend to take longer to get newer releases or may not sell all the products.

Lethal Cosmetics is a great brand if you want to expand your eyeshadow collection to some more fun things. They would not be my first pick if you are a beginner with makeup, but try this if you have tried a lot and are looking for something new and different.

There is a reason why I just recently used their Black Friday Sale offer to build myself palette no. 4: because Lethal Cosmetics makes some of the best singles I have ever tried.

Have you ever tried Lethal Cosmetics?

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