#MakeupMonday - Notoriously Morbid Blessed Are We, the Misfits Review | Frankly Kiersten Reviews

This just came in as I'm posting this and I'm already so excited for it that I had to push what was supposed to be posted today for this to go up. This was a limited release so it's no longer available and it was pricey ($140 :O) so let's see how it holds up!



There are twelve pans in this palette. Nine are multichromes or duochromes, two are pressed pigments, and one is a traditional eyeshadow. Eight are exclusive to this palette and four have been previously released.

I love this packaging, it's so holgraphic!


Deemed Doomed (Multichrome/Exclusive) is a burgundy to red to violet multichrome with red and purple sparkles.
This applied very smooth and worked well with my finger on this swatch and with a brush. I like this for the outer v or the crease.


Quarrel (Pressed Pigment/Exclusive) is a neon orange matte.
Mattes can be so hit or miss and this one is amazing. I love it on the lid for a nice pop! This is a weird shade that looks orange in some lights and coral in others, but that means it will work with so many different eye looks!


I Am No King (Multichrome) is a green to gold multichrome.
The shift on this just screams fall! I love it for all over the lid alone or with a smokey eye.


Skeletal Life (Duochrome/Exclusive) is an ice blue to silver duochrome with silver sparkles.
This is stunning on the lid to add a shimmer without a ton of color. It almost blends into my skin because it's so light.


Threshold of Pain (Multichrome/Exclusive) is a purple to gold to green multichrome.
This works on the lid or in the crease, just depending on what you like. You can easily throw this on the lid and have a shifty eye color or make it a fun crease shade.


Mother Functioner (Multichrome/Exclusive) is a blue to teal to green multichrome.
This is my second favorite in the palette. It looks so good on the lid and I love what it does to my eye color.


Weary of this World (Pressed Pigment/Exclusive) is a neon pink matte.
This was the only one in the palette that gave me a cause for concern, but it works so much better with a brush than with my finger. 


Anisopteria (Multichrome) is a purple to pink to brown multichrome.
This is purple straight on but becomes this gorgeous brown in indirect light or on the curves of the eye. Because of this, I love it on the lid.


In the Dark for Life (Eyeshadow/Exclusive) is a cool-toned grey matte.
I love something as simple as a grey matte because it's so versatile. You can easily create a smokey eye with just this and Skeletal Life or do something really complex with multiple shades.


Autumnal (Multichrome) is a cool-toned green to warm-toned green to gold multichrome.
Another fall-ish shadow, but with a forest green twist! This is super shifty and fun to wear on the lid or the crease.


Daniel (Multichrome) is a purple to blue to teal multichrome.
This is my favorite, you should have known! It's blue, it's purple, and it's teal, my favorite shades. I love putting this on the lid over concealer to really make it pop.


Accumulated Aggravation (Multichrome/Exclusive) is a purple to green to gold multichrome.
This is a stunning shade that look almost bronze in this swatch, but that's the mixture of the different shades combining. You can get this bronze-y look on the lid if you pop a brown under it.


Swatches in the above order.

Overall, I really loved this palette. Yes, it was expensive, but it was worth it to me because of all of the multichromes being in a pan format. I sometimes struggle with loose shadows so pressed is always my favorite and this makes it where I can more easily wear my favorite multichromes.

As always, let me know what you thought of this palette in the comments below!

Frankly Kiersten
Frankly Kiersten

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