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Makeup Geek Power Pigments

Makeup Geek Power Pigments - Swatches, Comparison, Demo
Makeup Geek Power Pigments

Today I’m excited to be sharing the new Makeup Geek Power Pigments with you! I’ve got all 10 of the new matte eyeshadows from Makeup Geek. For those of you who don’t know Makeup Geek, they’re a cruelty-free indie makeup brand. They’ve also recently become available at Target.

The Makeup Geek Power Pigments will be launching very soon at Makeup Geek!

Where to Buy
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PR Samples.

Makeup Geek Power Pigments Swatches

Makeup Geek Power Pigments - Swatches, Comparison, Demo

Row 1 – Transform, Untouchable, Courageous, Invincible, Indestructible
Row 2 – Potential, Dynamic, Unleashed, Dedicated, Tenacious

Makeup Geek Power Pigments - Swatches, Comparison, Demo

Row 1 – Transform, Untouchable, Courageous, Invincible, Indestructible
Row 2 – Potential, Dynamic, Unleashed, Dedicated, Tenacious

Transform – jade green matte
Untouchable – bright red matte
Courageous – pink with purple undertone magenta matte
Invincible – cool purple matte
Indestructible – indigo blue matte
Potential – bright yellow matte
Dynamic – bright orange matte
Unleashed – cool pink matte
Dedicated – warm purple matte (really looks like a burgundy wine to me)
Tenacious – bright teal blue matte

Makeup Geek Power Pigments Compared to Sugarpill

Makeup Geek Power Pigments Compared to Sugarpill

Makeup Geek – Unleashed, Indestructible, Invincible, Tenacious, Transform, Untouchable, Dynamic, Potential
Sugarpill – Dollipop, Velocity, Poison Plum, Afterparty / Kimchi, Midori, Love+, Flamepoint, Buttercupcake

Makeup Geek Power Pigments Compared to Sugarpill

Makeup Geek – Unleashed, Indestructible, Invincible, Tenacious, Transform, Untouchable, Dynamic, Potential
Sugarpill – Dollipop, Velocity, Poison Plum, Afterparty / Kimchi, Midori, Love+, Flamepoint, Buttercupcake

To my eyes, Buttercupcake is brighter than Potentiall. Poison Plum is brighter than Invincible. Transform is brighter than Midori. Tenacious is brighter than Afterparty or Kimchi. Love+ and Untouchable look identical. Flamepoint and Dynamic look identical. Indestructible is richer than Velocity. Unleashed and Dollipop are nothing alike.

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Head
Bunny Paige Spiked Headband

Eyes
Urban Decay Primer Potion
Milani Prep Set Go Setting Powder
Makeup Geek Tenacious, Transform, Potential, Indestructible
Strobe Cold Shoulder
Makeup Geek Moon Phase
Urban Decay Post Punk – waterline
Sigma Liquid Eyeliner – upper lash line
Milk Kush Mascara
Velour Would I Lie Lashes
Colour Pop Jet Set Black Brow Pencil

Face
Smashbox So Chill Coconut Primer Water
Perfekt 10 Skin Perfection SPF 30 in Luminous
Laura Geller Balance-n-Brighten Powder in Porcelain
Wet n Wild The Princess Daiquiries blush
Physicians Formula Plum Rose contour
Wet n Wild Moon Tears highlight
Makeup Geek Moon Phase highlight

Lips
Urban Decay Peyote pencil
Urban Decay Tower 1 Lipstick

Makeup Geek Power Pigments Video

The Makeup Geek Power Pigments are $9 for 2 grams (which Google says is .07 oz but the packaging from Makeup Geek says .035 oz). The website says .07 oz. In the video I talk about the formula and its blendability, along with showing you how the colors work when worn.  I’m impressed with the formula and colors!

Dynamic, Potential, Transform, and Tenacious are vegan.

Should I buy the Makeup Geek Power Pigments?

If you love bright, blendable matte eyeshadows, you should consider the Makeup Geek Power Pigments. $70 for all 10 shades is a steal, and less expensive than buying the Viseart Editorial Brights palette. I personally find the Power Pigments to be easier to blend than my Sugarpill eyeshadow singles, so I prefer the Power Pigments to Sugarpill. I find the Power Pigment formula to be similar to the Viseart Editorial Brights matte formula, in terms of blendability.

If you aren’t sure about brights, I would still recommend looking at one or two shades, just to give brights a try. If you hate brights, skip these eyeshadows.

The Power Pigment bundle is $70 for all 10 shades (marked down from $90), the sleek travel palette and the gorgeous holographic makeup bag! You can pick up the Makeup Geek Power Pigment Bundle here!

Check out the Makeup Geek Power Pigments vs Viseart Editorial Brights Palette comparison.

You may also love the Makeup Geek Power Pigments vs the Urban Decay Electric Palette comparison.

What do you think of the Makeup Geek Power Pigments? Get 10% off at Makeup Geek with code PHYRRA!

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