BoxyCharm: Wild Flower September Review

Hi Everyone and Welcome all my beautiful readers and followers!!

Yes, it’s been a while since I’ve been here. I’ve just had other things going on lately, but I can’t, not make a blog post about my latest September BoxyCharm!!


PRETTY VULGAR: Nightingale Smokey Eyeshadow Palette, LAURA GELLER: Baked Blush-N-Brighten & LORAC: Pro Matte Lip Color

What BoxyCharm says about the products:

PRETTY VULGAR: Nightingale Smokey Eyeshadow Palette

Made up of 12 highly pigmented shades, the Nightingale palette is sure to help you create your best looks. The matte, shimmer and satin shades are soft in texture and the luxuriously smooth formula makes for easy blending and long-wear.

MSRP – $35.00

LAURA GELLER: Baked Blush-N-Brighten

Add a gorgeous, glowy flush to your cheeks with this baked blush. Stunning swirls of liquid pigments are baked in Italy for 24 hours on terracotta tiles and hand-finished into a silky dome of powder. This smooth and longwearing formula is paraben free, and infused with skin-loving antioxidants.

MSRP – $28.00

LORAC: Pro Matte Lip Color

Color, line and define your lips with the Lorac Pro Mate Lip color. This velvety-smooth, matte lip color hugs the curves of your lips with precision and control while the weightless, PRO formula easily glides on leaving you with color that lasts! This formula is infused with antioxidants and vitamins that your lips with love!

MSRP- $19.00

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My Thoughts

PRETTY VULGAR: Nightingale Smokey Eyeshadow Palette

I love the packaging, the shadows being in the shape of a bird cage is pretty cool. The colors have a nice Smokey autumn feel to them. Most of the shadows have a deep pigment, while other are lighter and shimmering. The texture of the shadows was the only downside for me cuz they feel quite rough when swatching. Hopefully they have a nice blend. All in all it’s pretty nice.



6 thoughts on “BoxyCharm: Wild Flower September Review

    1. I’ve done a few looks with it and it does seem to apply better than the actual swatches. I never use eye primer when I do swatches, but when I actually did my eyes with primer the shadows did come out quite nice.


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