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Monday, February 8, 2021

Notoriously Morbid Vanishing Cabinet Doubling Charm - January 2021 Review | Frankly Kiersten Reviews

  What is Notoriously Morbid Vanishing Cabinet?: Vanishing Cabinet is a monthly subscription box by Notoriously Morbid where each month you get a bag of indie makeup. Bags include four to five themed items (a combination of minis and possibly full-sizes). Products can include eyeshadow, blush, lipstick, and/or solid perfume. There is currently a wait list so sign up here to get on the list to start your subscription!

The Doubling Charm features 5 full-size products and one extra product that can range from another full-size NM product, jewelry, brushes, etc. It has the same theme as the regular VC and the same products, just more and bigger!

How Much is Notoriously Morbid Vanishing Cabinet?: $15.00/month including shipping to the US. International subscriptions are now $22/month. 

The Doubling Charm is $25.00/month US.

Click here to see other Notoriously Morbid reviews.

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Go and Do Not Faulter (Cream Eye Shadow) ($18.99) is a pastel multichrome mint cream shadow that shifts green, blue, pink, and violet.
This is a super pretty shade but I don't much like cream shadows and really don't wear this shade of green, so it's a pass.

World of Shadows (Face & Body Glitter Gel) ($8.99) is a fun mix of golden keys and sparkling shifting blues, greens, and teals.
 I don't do glitters, so pass.

Benevolence to Banish Evil (Highlighter) ($8.99) is a pearly orange with rainbow sparkles.
This is super pretty, on the lid for a halo/highlight or a cheek highlight. It's stunning!

Twilight Realm (Eye Shadow) ($5.99) is a teal loose shadow with a glowy gold sheen and gold to green shifting sparkles.
 I don't wear a ton of blues but this is super pretty and I could see this paired with a cool-toned grey or brown.

Mirror of Twilight (Semi-Loose Shadow) is a a metallic antique silver with blue and purple shifting sparkles.
I like this shade, it's super pretty and looks even better over a base!

Light & Shadows Can't Mix (Mystic Matte) ($11.99) is a pale pink leaning lavender with a slight gold/peach/red shift and copper sparkles.
This isn't a shade that I could see myself wearing, so I did pass it along.


The value of this bag is $61.44, well over the cost! I loved the highlighter and that a new product was included, and the glitter gel is my being determined to not use glitter ever.

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

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