Baby Bat Beauty Nox Palette
Hey friends, happy Thursday! Today I’m sharing the Baby Bat Beauty Nox Palette with you. Baby Bat Beauty is a cruelty-free gothic indie makeup brand. The Nox palette is a 100% vegan palette. To create it 100% vegan, some dyes were used. This is not technically a review, because I’ve only been able to swatch the palette, not wear it, but I wanted to share it with you. I can’t tell you how many times I tried to type Nyx instead of Nox when writing this! You may remember me mentioning this vegan gothic eyeshadow palette in my New Cruelty-Free Makeup Releases I’m Excited For video.
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Baby Bat Beauty Says
Behold the beauty of the night with 5 matte and 5 shimmer shades. Due to FDA regulations the shades Bitten and Bloodlust contain pigments (red 7, red 30 and red 21 dyes) that aren’t approved for use around the eyes in the USA but are approved for the lips and face. They are approved in the EU for eyes, lips and face.
Mica, Magnesium Myristate(vegan), Zinc Stearate, Calcium Carbonate, Kaolin Clay, Silica, Allantoin, Magnesium Stearate, Isopropyl Myristate, Dimethicone, Bis-Vinyl Dimethicone/Dimethicone Copolymer, Nylon-12, Carnauba Wax. May Contain (+/-) Iron Oxides: 77492,77499, 77491, 77492. Titanium Dioxide, tin oxide, Boron Nitride, Calcium Aluminum Borosilicate, Manganese Violet, Blue 1 lake ci 42090, Red 40 lake ci 16035, Yellow 5 lake (19140:1),Chromium Oxide (77288), Ultramarine (77007), Ferric Ferrocyanide (77510), Red 7 lake ci 15850, Red 21 lake ci 45410, Red 30 (73360)
I do want to take a minute and say I’m so HAPPY to see Baby Bat Beauty disclosing about the ingredients listing and using dyes that are approved for use in the EU on the eyes, lips and face, but that they are not approved for use around the eyes in the USA. It’s right there, in black and white on the purchase page. None of the pressed pigments is code crap from Baby Bat Beauty.
The Baby Bat Beauty Nox palette artwork is very cool, in my opinion. Perfect for gothic or vampire beauty lovers. However, I believe these eyeshadows were all pressed in house. Amaya accidentally knocked the palette out of my hands and two of the magnetic eyeshadows popped out but miraculously didn’t break!
Baby Bat Beauty Nox Palette Swatches
All eyeshadows are swatched on Urban Decay Primer Potion.
L to R – Immortal, Stake, Undead, Glamour, Silver Dagger, Seduction, Bloodlust, Fangs, Bitten, Holy Water
- Holy Water – white shimmer with a unique red-orange shift
- Bitten – matte bright red
- Fangs – metallic red
- Bloodlust – matte blood red
- Seduction – burgundy shimmer (the only color I wasn’t happy with the payoff)
- Silver Dagger – metallic silver
- Glamour – metallic purple
- Undead – matte taupe nude
- Stake – matte neutral brown
- Immortal – blue based matte black
For some reason, I did not find that Seduction had good color payoff. However, the rest of the eyeshadows that I have from Baby Bat Beauty are awesome! I love the colors in this palette, as a fan of reds.
Since some of you have asked in the past, I’ve also tried the following from Baby Bat Beauty – Lucid, Hex, Spellbound, Iris, Druid, and Amulet eyeshadows, as well as Beneath the Stars, Hex, & Spellbound lip products.
Finally, I’m sorry for lack of daily updates. I’m going through the darkest time I’ve ever been subject to in my life, coupled with grief and losses that keep piling on. I’m trying to do the best that I can & I’m in therapy, but I am definitely struggling. I try to always post something on my IG stories daily & in the PhyrraNyx Facebook group, so that’s a good way to reach me.
I hope you find my Baby Bat Beauty Nox Palette Swatches helpful! If you’re in the market for a red eyeshadow palette, this is a great choice in my opinion. It covers all the bases, plus adds some of my favorite colors like purple, silver, a duochrome red, and a blue-based black. Have you heard of Baby Bat Beauty? What do you think of the Nox palette?
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