Printcess Mineral Makeup Review

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I was contact by Printcess Mineral Makeup to see if I would be interested in showing some of their eyeshadows to you. Of course I said yes!!!  At first, I thought “Printcss” was a typo, but actually, the whole brand is inspired by literature! How cool is that? Beth, the owner and creator of Printcess Mineral Makeup, let me pick four colors from their large color selection. Here are the four I picked:

The shadows came in this adorable box!

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Printcess Makeup Heist is a matte white shadow. I picked this one so I could have a neutral highlight shade for all the looks I did using Printcess makeup.

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Printcess Makeup Femme Fatale is an army green with an element of golden shimmer. I was attracted to this one because gold tends to bring out my eyes.

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Printcess Makeup Suspicious is a matte green shade. I liked this one because it looks like you can layer it for more pop or just do a light dusting for a subtle green eye.

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Printcess Makeup Stoic is a bronze shade with golden shimmers. As with Femme Fatale, I was attracted to the golden shimmers.

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For this first look, I used Heist all over. Then, I patted on Suspicious on to my lids. Then, using a crease brush, I blended Stoic along the outside crease.

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This isn’t a look I would normally wear. I am more of a two-toned kind of girl (eg light brown accented with dark brown) but there is something about this look that I think is quite fun.

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The pigments went on quite smoothly. I do recommend using a primer if you really want the colors to show up well.

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For this second look, I started with Heist all over the lid again. Then, I patted Stoic on to the lids. Finally, I finished with Femme Fatale in the crease as an accent.

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And here’s the final look I came up with! Again, I started with Heist all over. Then, I used Suspicious on the lid and Femme Fatale in the crease for a two-toned green look.

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Thanks again to Printcess Mineral Makeup for sending me these beautiful eyeshadows to play with! What do you think? Will you be picking up any of them to add to your collection?

Author: Anne Smith

Blogging about makeup, dogs, and mostly NAIL POLISH!