Thursday, May 3, 2012

You Have Been Facebombed!

Posted by iamglamourpuss at 10:00 AM
I am always on the look out for new products. So when I was first approached about Facebomb Cosmetics, I thought "Why Not?" Over the past year or so, I had grown a little weary of indie make-up companies. But with a new interest growing ever since I tried (and LOVE) Victorian Disco Cosmetics, I want to see the boundaries these creative minds can push with their make-up!

And while it's easy to think, "How many color combinations can there be?", the truth is that the sky's the limit!  There's enough for everyone to take part. right?

I was sent some Facebomb Cosmetics.  First of all, they were packed very well with cute opalescent excelsior, a sweet little bag with hearts and the obligatory business card.  (I have a massive stash of business cards and I love having them on hand.)  I think the logo and the packaging are cute, but let's get down to  business.  I really like these colors.  I like the sparkle and the shimmer.  So you're going to kick me in my shins for going tame with my "look" with these shadows.  (It was a day where I had to go out and about and not be super-freaky.)  I also found that quite a few of these colors were hard to photograph.  There are many nuances to these colors.  You really should check out the Facebomb Cosmetics Online Shop to see even more colors!
In my opinion, Scorched Earth (Upper Left: top swatch) is a gorgeous gold.
I would put it right up there with Sugarpill!

On my eye, I used: Atomic Orange,
Diamond Eyes, Teenage Dream, Scorched Earth
and K.O. at the inner corner.

All in all, I can say that I totally look forward to what Facebomb Cosmetics has up their sleeves in the future.  My one and ONLY gripe is that Hello Darlin', which is the brightest pink, left a stain.  BUT I have non-indie make-up that stains, so it is not a gripe that is unique to this line.  
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dslrbbt on May 5, 2012 at 6:22 PM said...

Nice! The swatches look great! I'm excited to see you use these a bit more. :)

Sweet Surrender on May 8, 2012 at 12:48 AM said...

packaging is super cute! Those pigments looks very glittery! Do they stay on well? Ill have to check them out.


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