#MakeupMonday Copacetic Cosmetics - Holiday Feast Palette + Singles Review | Frankly Kiersten Reviews

I'm back with another Makeup Monday! This is an order that I made a few weeks ago on $2, which is where the singles came from! I decided this was the perfect time to try out Copacetic Cosmetics and ended up grabbing a palette as well!



My order.


First up is the Holiday Feast Palette. This palette is available at the time I'm writing this and it is $20.


Cranberry Sauce is a dark warm-toned orangey pink.
This is not quite the cranberry shade I thought it was going to be based on the pan, but it's a super pretty shade that looks nice on the lid or in the crease.


Hot Cocoa is a warm-toned brown with silver sparkles.
The sparkles really didn't translate in the swatch, so this is just a matte brown. I like this for the crease or for deepening up the crease.


Glazed Yams is an orange shimmer.
This is absolutely stunning on the lid. In. Love. This swatch shows it slightly more orange than in the swatch below.


Gravy is a warm-toned light brown slightly.
This is also stunning on the lid but this macro makes it look slightly pinker than it is in real life.


Swatches in the order of the palette.


The singles come nicely packaged and are normally $5. I believe she does a $2 Tuesday every week but don't hold me to that.


Long Island Iced Tea is a warm-toned orange/brown shimmer.
This is perfect on the lid washed out or in the crease. It is a super creamy formula too!


Mimosa is a warm gold with corresponding shimmers.
I love this on the lid but it'd be a stunning highlight on someone with a deeper skin tone. 


Purple Rain is a violet purple base with purple sparkles.
This was a bit chunkier than I would have hoped, so I haven't really used it since buying it. It's even patchier with a brush.


Fish Bowl Punch is a green and blue pressed glitter.
I wasn't sure if this was going to be a pressed glitter or if my eyes were deceiving me. I don't wear a ton of glitters (I bought them really fast for fear of them selling out so I didn't pay that good of attention) but I was impressed with the base that the glitter was in because this didn't have too much fall out.


Blue Lagoon is an ice blue shimmer with silver sparkles.
I love this on the lid or as a funky highlight for me!


Swatches in the above order.

Overall, I was pretty pleased with my order. Other than the one that didn't really apply that well, everything was nice and I really do like her shimmer formula.

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

Frankly Kiersten
Frankly Kiersten

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