‘Fall into Autumn’ NYX Cosmetics Blogger EVENT

HELLO MY LOVELIES!

I went to another NYX Cosmetics blogger event and this one was a Fall into Autumn Master Class! I had a really lovely evening with the girls from the NYX Cosmetics counter in Leicester, Debenhams. We were introduced to a lovely range of limited edition eyeshadow palettes and I AM IN LOVE!!

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FYI – I did take pictures of the palette myself, but the shimmers in the palette and the lighting in the setting were not working together so I managed to find these pictures below!

Grind Machinist Shadow Palette
Ignite Machinist Shadow Palette
Steam Machinist Shadow Palette

Kick your look into high gear with the limited-edition Machinist Shadow Palette. They are available in three steampunk-inspired colour combos, the Grind, Steam and Ignite collections all include 12 highly pigmented tones that breathe new life into this retro-futuristic fantasy. Mix and match each amaze assortment of cool and warm metals with bold mattes to create an amped up effect. From grungy romantic to vintage beauty, all you need is a spark of inspiration to make the mood your own. Take things to the next level with the other collectibles in this edgy range! They are all £25 each, and although that may seem a little expensive, it works out at around £2 each! They can be bought here!

These very autumnal palettes would be perfect for Halloween as you can mix and match all the shades to create the look you want, my favourite palette is Ignite!

And of course the girls at NYX were kind enough to gift me with this beautiful Intense Butter Gloss in the shade Cherry Custard, this can be bought here!

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I hope you guys enjoyed this blog post, don’t forget to like and follow my blog! 💗

Do you own any NYX Cosmetics products? If not, is there anything that would be on your beauty wishlist? Talk to me in the comments below! 🥰

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DISCLAIMER
Huge thanks to NYX Cosmetics for inviting me, this blog is NOT sponsored and as always, all opinions are my own.

 

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