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Thursday, January 16, 2020

Notoriously Morbid Vanishing Cabinet - March 2019 Review | 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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Let's all proceed to sing the song.

Yes, my husband ripped this package open and Hulk'd through the paper. It was pretty funny, actually.

My Afterlife is So Boring (Eyeshadow) is a grayish taupe with a blue sheen and golden sparkles.
I love this shade to just put all over my lid, add a little bit of a mid-toned brown in the crease, and you're out the door. Such an easy shadow to work with.

You Look Like Hell (Eyeshadow) is a sparkly blue with a deep purple base and pink sparkles.
I was a bit sad that this blended out so much, and this is a finger swatch. It builds up some but not to such a vibrant blue as what's in the container.

Same Difference (Eyeshadow) is a dark amethyst with a copper reflex and blue to copper sparkles.
I love me a good purple and this is no different. It's gorgeous smoked out but does blend away easily so it does take some building up or a sticky base.

Gently with a Chainsaw (Eyeshadow) is a golden champagne with purple, pink, and orange sparkles.
This is stunning as an eye or cheek highlight, as an all-over dusting of a sheen, or a halo eye. It's just such a versatile shade that I can't get over.

Grade IQ Lip Tinge (Lip Gloss) is a shiny gloss formulated to give your lips extra sheen and a tinge of color.
This isn't my style of lip gloss. I don't like things in my lipsticks, at least not bigger things, so I passed this along to a friend's kid that loved it.

Swatches in the above order.

Overall, I really liked this month's bag. It had a good variety of shades and could easily be a cohesive look with the purple in the outer crease. With the highlight shade, you really only need a blush and if you like the gloss, you have an entire face of makeup sans foundation/concealer.

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

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