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Ulta Eyeshadows Ain't That Bad...

I was debating what to call this post as it's not my first time with drugstore eyeshadows. I have two elf palettes and pretty sure I used Revlon shadows when I was younger, but this is more expensive than those previous experiences so maybe it's different..I don't know...

Anyway, from those experiences, I expected a fairly high pigment shadow, but with fallout and possibly hard to blend. The selection I had wasn't the best suited for my everyday selection at the moment, so with more time I can play with the colors, but for now I opted for a plain pinky-brown (bottow row, third one from the right) matte for the base and then a bright off-white (3rd row, last color) for my highlight.

I'm not sure if you can tell through this blog, but I've become obsessed with highlighting, especially my inner corner/tearduct area. I like it as bright and shimmery as possible and I was pleasantly surprised! surely unless I picked a white, would it truly be as bright as I like, but it wasn't bad. Actually I found the color I used to be similar to Nectar in the Peach palette by Too Faced.

Keeping in mind I chose the safe colors, Ulta eyeshadows aren't bad. I know all the other palettes they have are $20, and I want to say there are at least 12 shadows to choose from, it's not bad at all if you ask me.

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