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Makeup Geek Porcelain Princess Flawless Face Palette Review

Makeup Geek Porcelain Princess Flawless Face Palette Review, Rant and Swatches. See why I think you should probably skip this palette.
Makeup Geek Porcelain Princess Flawless Face Palette

Today I’m sharing my Makeup Geek Flawless Face Palette in Porcelain Princess Review and Rant. I bought this palette for travel and I talk about what works for me and doesn’t work for me. I also discuss what’s going on with Makeup Geek lately. I want to hear your thoughts about Makeup Geek!

Where to Buy
Makeup Geek

Price 
$38

What I’m Wearing

Wearing Kat Von D Pastel Goth and MetalMatte Wearing Kat Von D Pastel Goth and MetalMatte

Fashion
Bobbi Boss Yara Wig
Rogue & Wolf Eclipse Necklace 
Bellabeat Leaf Urban

Eyes
Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Milani Prep Set Go Setting Powder
Kat Von D Pastel Goth palette (discontinued, try Sigma Creme de Couture)
Kat Von D MetalMatte palette (discontinued)
Urban Decay Tease eyeshadow
Tarte Martini eyeshadow
Colour Pop So Quiche eyeshadow
Makeup Geek Moon Phase highlighter
Kat Von D Trooper eyeliner
Eyeko Black Magic Mascara
Colour Pop Jet Set Black brow pencil

Face
Cover FX Blurring Primer
Huda Beauty Fauxfilter Foundation in Milkshake
mixed with Hourglass Veil Mineral Primer
Nudestix Contour pencil
Hourglass Euphoric Fusion blush
Makeup Geek Moon Phase highlighter

Lips
Urban Decay 24/7 pencil in Hex
Urban Decay Vice lipstick in Conspiracy

Makeup Geek Porcelain Princess Flawless Face Palette Swatches

Makeup Geek Porcelain Princess Flawless Face Palette swatches, review, rant

Tryst is the contour shade from the Makeup Geek Porcelain Princess palette, which I personally think leans very warm on my skintone. Contour shades should be cooler-toned, to mimic natural shadows.

First Crush and Sweetheart are nice blushes for pale skin like mine. I love the matte finish and how they look when worn.

 

Makeup Geek Porcelain Princess Flawless Face Palette swatches, review, rant

I swatched Gleam from the Porcelain Princess palette next to NARS Albatross. I thought Gleam was going to be a white-based gold highlighter, like Albatross. It’s not. On my skin it looks very yellow and doesn’t really highlight, vs. Albatross which does a great job of catching the light. I was hopeful that Gleam was a cruelty free dupe for Albatross, but it’s not on me.

Makeup Geek Porcelain Princess Flawless Face Palette swatches, review, rant

Celestial, Moon Phase and Glitz are TRUE Makeup Geek porcelain skin highlighters. I wish Gleam had the same white-based formula as these three shades. See my review.

Wearing Makeup Geek Porcelain Princess Palette

Black Moon Cosmetics Liquid Lipstick in Selene Makeup Geek Porcelain Princess Palette

You can see my tutorial for the above look and my experience applying the Makeup Geek Porcelain Princess palette in my Get Ready With Me Indie Makeup.

Makeup Geek Porcelain Princess Video

Makeup Geek Flawless Face Palette in Porcelain Princess Review + Rant @phyrra

In the video I explain my thoughts about the Makeup Geek Porcelain Princess Flawless Face Palette in detail, along with some things about Makeup Geek. Ultimately, I’m disappointed with this palette. I bought it for travel and I can’t use the highlighter in it as a highlighter. Nor do I like the contour shade for contouring.

What are your thoughts on the Makeup Geek Porcelain Princess Flawless Face Palette? How do you feel about Gleam, the highlighter? Do you like Tryst, the contour? What about the blushes? Get 10% off at Makeup Geek with code PHYRRA!

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