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Thursday, September 4, 2014

Review & Swatches: Makeup Geek Vegas Lights Pigment Set




In addition to the Vegas Lights Shadow Palette, Makeup Geek recently released the Vegas light Pigment Collection - loose, shimmery shadows that complement the warm shades within the collection. Included within the shade range is:

Jackpot - A pale shimmery gold
Poker Face - A deep shimmery bronze
Night Life - A cool shimmery medium taupe
Vegas Lights - A warm copper shimmer
Liquid Gold - A bold metallic green-gold

While all of the pigments are beautiful, I have a few favorites among them. Jackpot, Liquid Gold, and Poker Face all have ultra-smooth textures that almost turns into a cream when applie to the lid. It makes for unbelievably pigmented shadows with almost no fallout - the best! Also, each are so multi-dimensional that you can wear them alone and get as much dimension as two or three shadows might provide. The real clincher is their lasting power - I found they lasted crease and fade-free all day when worn un-primed! A girl can't ask for anything more. 

None of the above is to say that I don't like the other two shades within the set - they just have slightly different textures and wear qualities. Night Life is a considerably drier pigment, so it wears like a more traditional pigment without the ultra-smooth texture. Similarly, Vegas Lights almost looks like a glitter because the pigments are drier and less finely milled. Worn foiled, it looks like every other pigment within the collection. Applied dry, and I found that it led to more fallout, and needed more layering to achieve the color intensity I was after. 

The set retails for $33.99 - at $6.99 a shadow, it's not much of a discount, but these shadows are already reasonably priced and well worth it! That being said, if you just see a shadow or two from the set that you like, you won't be missing out on a huge discount if you decide to purchase those alone.


Makeup Geek Jackpot

Makeup Geek Poker Face

Makeup Geek Night Life

Makeup Geek Liquid Gold

Makeup Geek Vegas Lights

Jackpot, Poker Face, Night Life, Vegas Lights, Liquid Gold


Get the look:

  1. Apply Jackpot to the inner corner using a flat shader brush
  2. Sweep Desert Sand from the Makeup Geek Vegas Lights Palette through the crease using a fluffy blending brush
  3. Pat Liquid Gold on the rest of the lid
  4. Using the narrow end of a flat shader brush, apply Vegas Lights in the outer corner
  5. Blend Vegas Lights and Liquid Gold together with Poker Face
  6. Apply Mascara

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