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Sunday, July 26, 2015

Notoriously Morbid - July 2015

What is Notoriously Morbid?: Vanishing Cabinet is a monthly subscription box by Notoriously Morbid. where each month you get a themed bag of amazing indie makeup! The themes are usually nerdy and always fun! 

How Much is Notoriously Morbid?: $12.90/month with shipping. Sometimes a coupon code comes in your monthly bag for you to use in their store!

I love the theme of Drop Dead Gorgeous and that it's being used outside of the typical black, red, grey, and white that is used for macabre themes.

Without flash.

She's Alive! - It looks so dark in the container, but it's really not to start out with. There's this amazing green shimmer an flecks that make it pop like crazy!

Mistress of the Dark - PINK! I admit, I was wary about this as a general shadow, but this looks so great as an eyeliner or for a really fun and bold gradient.

Cara Mia - I love the pale-ness. I'm used to basic grays, so this is a huge surprise and super exciting. It's very light, so I would definitely use this to highlight my brow bone or lighten up a shadow that's too dark.

Countess of Shroudshire - I love the base color of this, and I love the shimmer in it. It's close to a mint green but there's a great pink/purple almost duochrome to it. It's a very light shadow, so I would use this over a darker shadow to bring it out!

With flash.


Lipcraft Gloss (Goddess of Horror) - I love the Lipcraft Glosses, and this is no exception. The glosses are never sticky and the color stays on great. There are tons of options and so far they have been amazing.

I always seem to love Notoriously Morbid, and this month was no different! The theme is so great and they took things in a much different way than I would have expected. I love the inclusion of a lip gloss and how well everything fit in together. It's always great that different products are showcased along with the regular pieces of the subscription.

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

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  1. Ooh! I've not seen this box before. How do I keep missing such interesting indie boxes? There ought to be a "indie sub box enabling" group! I like your review of these!

  2. WHAT A GREAT THEME! I love it :)