5 looks with the Conspiracy Palette

conspiracy palette makeup looks

A while ago I borrowed my sisters’ newest eyeshadow palette and decided to create five different looks with it. I actually helped my sisters in buying this palette, since it was only sold in Helsinki and they were both out of town at the time. I got try the palette quickly then, but now after really using it for a week, I feel like I can give a proper opinion on it.

Jeffree Star x Shane Dawson Conspiracy palette is big, bulky and not necessarily my style when it comes to packaging, but I love what’s inside. The colors are unique, versatile and nicely pigmented. The formula is nice and easy to blend. The colors are great, because there are the basic neutral colors as well as some really nice colors. My favorite colors out of the palette are Conspiracy, Trisha, Not A Fact, Just A Theory and Illuminatea.

Here are my makeup looks done with the Conspiracy palette!


conspiracy palette review and looks

Conspiracy palette makeup looks

Look 1 – Rainbow eyeshadow

This was the first look I did with a palette so it’s no wonder it turned out as this rainbow look. I just wanted to use as many colors as possible! When doing a colorful look like this, remembering color theory is useful. Here the colors go smoothly from red, orange, yellow, green to blue.

conspiracy palette makeup look

conspiracy palette makeup look


My lipstick is *YSL Tatouage in Crazy Tangerine

Look 2 – Pink orange cut crease

pink orange conspiracy palette makeup

I’m proud of this look, because it’s so different to my usual style. I even used negative space here, by not applying anything on the center of my lid. The colors I love, so this is something I feel very comfortable in.

pink orange conspiracy palette makeup

My lipstick is *YSL Volupte Shine in a pinky coral shade.

Look 3 – Purple & pink

pink purple makeup conspiracy palette

This is my personal favorite from these looks. In real life it looked more purple, but somehow it photographed very pinky.

comspiracy palette makeup look

Here I wore Madara’s new lip gloss, shade Nude Coral. My newest lip gloss obsession! (Will blog about it more soon.)

Look 4 – Teal smokeye eye

teal smokey eye conspiracy look

This was a pain to photograph, but it looked super nice in real life. With green-blue eyes you can’t go wrong with a teal smokey eye!

Wore a peachy lipstick with the Madara gloss on top.

Look 5 – A touch of green

neutral makeup conspiracy palette

Of course I also wanted to use the neutrals of the palette, so this final look is quite toned down. I did use some light green on my lower lashline though! I love a pop of color like this.

My lipstick was *Rimmel Provocalips, shade Kiss Me You Fool.

conspiracy palette neutral look


What look is your favorite?

Conspiracy palette (Jeffree Star official site)
*Conspiracy palette on (Beautybay)


5 days of makeup: Sun & Moon glow

zuii organic sun bronzer moon highlight

I recently got some new Zuii Organic products to try out and this look was inspired by them. This was also my date look, since me and Risto celebrated Valentine’s Day a bit late. This look ended up being super dewy – thanks to all the new and old Zuii products I have.

My base was done with Zuii’s foundation (I didn’t remember how dewy it looks on my skin!) and I also used Zuii’s blush, bronzer and highlight. I tried the bronzer and highlight for the first time in this look – and both of those products turned out to be lovely. I’ve now used them a couple of times and I can give you a mini review.

Products received in pr

zuii organic sun bronzer moon highlight

zuii organic sun bronzer moon highlight

Zuii Organic Sun Bronzer & Moon Highlight

The Sun bronzer* applies silky smooth on my skin and I love how bronzed it makes my skin without looking crazy. The color is very warm and best on neutral or warm skintones. It’s not too orange on my skin, but I reckon it’s gonna look even better, when I’m slightly more tanned. It has shimmer in it, but it’s quite subtle and beautiful on the skin.

I applied the bronzer on my temples, cheeks, nose and chin. I also wore it as my eyeshadow.

The Moon highlight* is a very intense highlight that also applies very smoothly on the skin (thanks to Zuii’s unique powder formula). I think the name Moon is very suitable, since the glow it gives can possibly be seen all the way to the moon. The color tone it has is quite cool, so on warmer skintones a little goes a long way. I think people with cool skintone would really appreciate this color! When I compare this highlight to Zuii’s Shimmer Diamond Sparkle Blushes (which are basically loose highlights), I think this is more intense than those.

I wore the highlight on my cheekbones, nose, cupid’s bow, forehead – a bit all over. I also wore it as my eyeshadow.

zuii organic sun bronzer moon highlightzuii organic sun bronzer moon highlight


Zuii Organic Ultra Pressed Powder Foundation, Alabaster


What do you think of this look?
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