June 6, 2019

Dominique Cosmetics Rustic Glam Eyeshadow Palette Giving Me Trippy Aquatic Vibes

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Dominique Cosmetics Rustic Glam Eyeshadow Palette is an aquatic palette, is it a warm palette, what exactly is it? I’m getting these weird aquatic vibes from the latest Dominique Cosmetics eyeshadow palette for Summer 2019 but they are throwing a few curve balls too. This one contains some gorgeous ocean blues but wait, how about a burnt orange and a metallic purple! It’s a weird one for me.

According to the brand it’s a day-to-night color palette that you can get neutral looks from in the day and smoked-out ones in the evening.

Oh my god people! We are all over the place here. I’m not seeing the neutral look, I’m not seeing the smoked-out one, and I’m having a hard time figuring out how the blue goes with the orange. It’s all so confusing. This is proof I can pair shades to save my life as I’m struggling with this. It’s so pretty but not sure I’d be able to handle all these shades and incorporate them into a look!

How about you?

Dominique Cosmetics Rustic Glam Eyeshadow Palette is available now but I think I’ll stick with my beloved Lemonade Eyeshadow Palette!

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  • Danielle Cormany

    Such an odd palette. Looking at it closely, i guess i would really like all of the shades except the 2 blues. The rest is pretty wearable. The Wanderlust shade is STUNNING!

    • Isabella Muse

      You know you’re right! If you take the blue out the palette becomes a little more workable! those blues are throwing me way offfff!

  • kjh

    Zoeva Aristo palette also has a couple of why are THEY here? blues, but not as vibrant. Easily incorporated. The rest of that Zoeva palette I see in pairs of more neutral shades. It is more cohesive and obvious than this. This one, I see it as neutrals, cools, and the orange leaning shades. You COULD see a few obvious combos, but you’re probably duped already. This begs for rainbow and contrast looks, so I see it as not a beginner palette at all. I think an artist would read this palette better than us ordinary consumers.

  • Kish

    lol your description is exactly how I feel about this palette, well all of her palettes really. They just seem so disjointed to me, like random shades thrown together. I’d never buy one just because of that. I am excited to be getting one of her lipglosses in Boxycharm this month, however. I can never have too many of those 😉

    • Isabella Muse

      I hate myself for not watching her on youTube as maybe she does looks with her stuff that could shed some light on how to use it haha! I do like Lemonade but I agree, it’s a lot of randomness! I think I lack the creativity to pair the shades correctly I guess! Enjoy it 😀

  • Lori

    I actually own and love her Latte and Berries n Cream palettes. I love the the matte formula! I ordered this one today with my 20% off targeted promo from Sephora. I only like to use about 3 shades total for my eye shadow looks, so as long as 2 or 3 colors go together within a palette, I am happy. Using too many shades for one look tend to go muddy on me so I like palettes where I can do 2 or 3 looks using 3 shades each.

    • Isabella Muse

      I have the lemonade one and adore it. I’m not much of a youTuber watcher so I don’t know much about her but do like the palette ;-D Let me know how it goes! I’d be curious to see how your looks turn out 🙂 enjoy!

  • Lisa Diedrich

    I would use the orange and blue at Denver Broncos games – I love gameday makeup so I can see a use for it! And it’s the perfectly vibrant orange and blue that I’d need! Hmmmm…might have to pick this one up!

    • Isabella Muse

      don’t do it! bet you can find it at cosmetic company haha!

  • Christina

    Orange and blue actually pair beautifully together. They’re complimentary shades, so they naturally go well together. If you put blue on your lid and orange in your crease, where the two meet will create a brown crease colour because they cancel out. Then you just blend the orange a little higher up than your crease to create a beautiful gradient orange. Or pop one on your lower lid. I see a lot of combinations with this palette. It can look intimidating, but play around with similar shades you have at home and you’ll see how everything pairs together. 🙂

    • Isabella Muse

      I always go blue and gold and love them together! Maybe I need to expand and do it with orange 😀