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Swatch: Bobbi Brown Limited Edition Old Hollywood Eye Palette



A Birthday Gift from my lovely Girlfriend Sushi
The Limited Edition Bobbi Brown Old Hollywood Eye Palette

You’ll never go wrong with sending me happiness with Bobbi Brown!


Also launched during the last quarter of 2013 for the Christmas season
9 sexy gorgeous shades were packed in for an Old Hollywood themed Palette

Love the design of the palette!




Filled with Glam and Glitter
These are all you would need to a standard eye make up for both day and evening

Eclipse is the last colour that looks blackish at the end
Black is a necessity for me to create proper shadows and smokiness to enlarge my eyes
However, Eclipse is the only colour I’m not too satisfied with in this palette
The ‘black’ require a lot more effort in application and reflects a slight shade of grey instead of a sold black



Ivory is used for my undereyes as a reflector
Opal is extremely glittery with just a tinge of silver
Chocolate Bronze applies on really well and in a perfect mix between gold and bronze
Golden Pink tends to be more bronze, less glittery and very metallic
Fog is the best gray colour I’ve ever seen and used. Glides on well and blends easily


Candlelight Gold has loads of loose glitter powders, giving you a whitish gold effect
Gold is as pure as it is – translucent gold glitters, best for blending, not to be used as a colour on its own
Beige is a khaki colour that I have not figured how to use as I’m probably not suited for nude make up, hence I have not found a way to use this
Eclipse as mentioned above, a colour I would like to love but turns out disappointing


Spur of the moment

Intended to snap a photo of my Bobbi Brown make up collection
After taking this, I realised I’ve long forgotten another half that can contribute to this photo
Perhaps, they can’t fit into the frame at all~

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