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Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Notoriously Morbid Vanishing Cabinet - January 2019 Review + Coupon Code! | Frankly Kiersten Reviews

Latest update for NMVC, there's now a deluxe bag (5 full size products and one extra product ranging from another full size NM product, jewelery, brushes etc.) as well as single months of the Vanishing Cabinet, join the Facebook Group for more info!

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!

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

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Something different, a spearmint flavored puffed mint. Yay!

Info card.

The Classic Fool (Eyeshadow) is a warm red shadow with an orange sheen. From Love Actually. Great for an all over eyeshadow or for the center of your perfect halo eye look.
This is stunning all over like the description states, but it's also great smoked out in the outer v.

I Cannot Tell You. It is a Secret (Eyeshadow) is a dark navy blue base with a spring green duo that shifts to pink. From Sense and Sensibility. Great for an all over color, to darken the outer v, or the corners of your halo eye look.
I agree that this is gorgeous on the outer v. It's deep enough on its own so you don't need to layer it over anything else. 

Always (Eyeshadow) is a black based shadow with a Slytherin green sheen and ice blue sparkles. From Harry Potter. Use this to darken your outer v or to deepen the crease.
As a Slytherin, I love this. As a Snape hater, I hate this. Still, it's a stunning shadow and it blends out nicely as well as looks great built up.

Yippie-ki-yay (Eyeshadow) is a warm peanut butter matte shade. From Die Hard. A great transition shade.
If this were pressed, I'd have it in my daily use palette, it's that good. Just a great warm matte shade.

You Shall be Avenged (Blush) is a light warm-toned purple blush with a silvery blue sheen. From Galaxy Quest. A light shimmery blush you can also use as a shadow.
I don't wear purple blushes so this is in my singles drawer for purples. I also like this as an inner corner highlight.

Swatches in the above order.

Overall, I really liked this bag. It was something different and while there wasn't a cohesive look, there were a few looks that could be made aided with one addition.

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

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