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—Innocent World Strahov Library dress

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My AP bolero came today from Closet Child~ It’s so pretty and detailed. If you look very closely, you can see tiny pearls sewn onto the edges of the knit. There is also a huge detachable bow on the back! 

Yesterday’s outfit with Royal Chocolate~
I’m wearing Violent Maiden's “Babydoll” eyeshadow - click here for my full review!

Yesterday’s outfit with Royal Chocolate~

I’m wearing Violent Maiden's “Babydoll” eyeshadow - click here for my full review!

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I recently received some eyeshadows from Violent Maiden, an indie cosmetics brand based out of Australia. :3
Click the “Read more” for my full review~!
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As the website states, “Violent Maiden provides high quality, fiercely innovative and vegan products.” Currently, they have 18 different loose eyeshadows for sale.
On September 21st, Lexi, the owner of Violent Maiden, emailed me asking if I would like to review some of her products. I agreed, chose some colors, and she mailed them on September 23rd.They were attempted to be delivered on October 4th, but as she uses registered mail for international orders (which requires a signature) and I apparently slept through the door knock, I didn’t receive them until the next week.Lexi was very sweet and quick to reply in all our communication. I appreciated her promptness in mailing as well, even though I wasn’t a paying customer.
So on to the products themselves~!

When I opened the bubble mailer, all the jars and everything were tucked in a cute zippered vinyl bag. This was a really nice touch, I thought!
The contents:

The three eyeshadows I chose - the jars are very nice quality and arrived with no damages or defects

Business cards and a card detailing ingredients used, as well as a reminder that all products are vegan and cruelty free~!

and finally, two surprise samples! I was super excited about these, because Lexi happened to choose two colors I had been debating over for my choices in the first place yay~

The bottom of the eyeshadows - I got Crusader (white), Babydoll (pastel pink), and Momoko (peach)

They all arrived with a plastic film covering the little holes to make sure they didn’t spill in shipping~

Here they are swatched:-Crusader-Momoko-Babydoll
As you can see, they are all very pigmented! Momoko is nearly the same color as my skin, which I really like - makes it a perfect base color~ I’ve been wearing it all week to work!
Sadly, Oregon fall = zero sunlight for the most part, especially since I get home around 6:30 from work, so I was only able to take worn photos today.



I’m by no means a makeup pro lol, but you get the point, right?I’m wearing Babydoll on my lids, paired with some shadows from Urban Decay’s Naked3 and Too Faced’s Chocolate Bar pallette. 
The website notes this as well, but be sure to use primer with these shadows! You should with any shadow, but this is especially true of loose shadows. I personally use and like Too Faced’s Shadow Insurance.With the primer, they have great stay power and no creasing~!
The only thing I don’t particularly like about these shadows is that there is a lot of fallout - but that’s to be expected with a loose shadow, honestly. Thankfully, clean up is very easy with these~
In Summary…
At only AU$10 (US$8.75) each (and less for the “trio” sets), you are receiving professional quality loose eyeshadows, so it’s absolutely worth the price!International shipping is a bit pricey, but it’s a flat rate, so you can order with friends to save~The website is well-designed and easy to navigate, and the customer service is superb.
I 100% recommend Violent Maiden to anyone looking to add some color to their makeup routine~!

I recently received some eyeshadows from Violent Maiden, an indie cosmetics brand based out of Australia. :3

Click the “Read more” for my full review~!

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Angelic Pretty’s Cream Cookie high-waist jsk in ivory

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Off to the mall ~

emiii-chan:

Off to the mall ~

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