Nomad Cosmetics Studio 54 Collection
Hey friends, today I’m sharing the Nomad Cosmetics Studio 54 Collection with you. Nomad Cosmetics sent me this collection to review and swatch for you and I am so thrilled to be sharing it! Nomad Cosmetics created a beautiful multi-chrome eyeshadow palette by my standards. The Nomad Cosmetics products are PETA certified cruelty-free and vegan. They’re also gluten free, talc free, paraben free, pthalates free and mineral oil free.
The Nomad Cosmetics Studio 54 Discoshadow Palette is $19. The Hot Shot and Disco Nights Highlighters are $19 each. This cruelty-free indie brand is INCREDIBLY AFFORDABLE in my humble opinion, especially since the quality is amazing.
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Nomad Cosmetics Studio 54 Collection
Nomad Cosmetics Studio 54 Collection Swatches
Row 1 – Le Freak, I’m Coming Out
Row 2 – Got To Be Real, Last Dance
Row 3 – Disco Nights, Hot Shot
Row 4 – Disco Nights, Hot Shot (bare skin)
I swatched these products on Too Faced Shadow Insurance.
Nomad Cosmetics Studio 54 Collection Review
Highlighters Shade Descriptions
- Hot Shot – Icy pink highlight shade with a sapphire shimmer shift named after the 1978 song Hot Shot by Karen Young. The song spent several weeks at number one on Billboard’s disco charts and was played over and over again at Studio 54.
- Disco Nights – Warm gold highlight shade with a champagne shimmer shift named after the 1979 song Disco Nights by GQ. The song spent two weeks at number one on the soul chart during the spring of 1979 and was played frequently at Studio 54.
Disco Nights has a peachy gold base with champagne gold shift to my eyes. I think it would look AMAZING on deeper skin. It’s beautiful as an eyeshadow or blush topper, too.
Hot Shot is my favorite sort of pink with blue shift highlighter. It’s lovely as a highlighting blush.
Eyeshadow Shade Descriptions
- Le Freak – yellow gold with pink color shift
- I’m Coming Out – hot pink with lavender color shift
- Got To Be Real – cool silver with subtle green color shift
- Last Dance – 70s blue with silver color shift
I have to tell you that Le Freak is my favorite color in this palette, and I am sure you are shocked by that! I’ve been looking for this particular color for a long time. The first time I fell in love with a yellowish hue with a pink shift was in an old Tarte palette, the Aqualillies for Tarte Palette. I looove Nomad’s Le Freak because it’s absolutely stunning.
I’m Coming Out is another favorite color of mine. I’m all about pink with blue-purple shifts. I’m not really into Got to Be Real, though it is pretty. I think it would look gorgeous paired with Melt Space Queen. I like Last Dance, but I swear it looks more blue with a gold shift to my eyes than blue with a silver shift.
How to Use Multichrome Eyeshadows
My recommendations for how to use multichrome eyeshadows is to pick one of the colors in the multichrome to use as a matte base. So if it is a pink with a blue shift, choose a pink or a blue for the base shade. You can wear these alone or on top of other eyeshadows. Nomad recommends experimenting with white and black bases to see how they look. Use a glitter glue or damp brush if you want it to be even more intense.
Mattes and multichromes makeup my favorite eyeshadows, and duochrome highlighters are my go-to for daily wear. The Nomad Cosmetics Studio 54 Collection exceeded my expectations with how beautiful and pigmented the products are, as well as how they apply. And you can’t beat the price!
If you’re looking for an affordable introduction into duochromes and multichromes, I recommend checking out the Nomad Cosmetics Studio 54 Collection. What do you think of it?
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