Subculture ABH Pallete Review and Look

This palette is quite controversial, but its colour range is so perfect for the Autumn and is ideal for getting creative. These aren’t repetitive colours that are in every palette, they are bold and actually allow for different looks to be created. 

The smart thing about this palette is paired with the Modern Renaissance palette (you can see my review here) there are so many looks that can be created and they go in harmony together and separately.

The packing is exactly the same as Modern Renaissance palette, but the faux velvet is an in a deep teal shade and the accent font in yellow. This palette is very light and perfect for travelling as it has a large mirror.

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The palette contains 14 eyeshadows, 11 being matte which include bright greens, browns, oranges and yellows. 3 metallic shades and two of them being duo-chromes.

 

Roxy – Ultra matte muted coral
Electric – Duo chrome lime-gold
Fudge – Ultra-matte warm bronze
New Wave – Ultra-matte citron orange
Untamed – Ultra-matte tarnished green
Edge – Ultra-matte gold mustard
Rowdy – Ultra-matte blackened purple
Axis – Ultra-matte blue-green
Mercury – Ultra-matte slate grey
All Star – Ultra-matte vintage wine
Adorn – Metallic bronze
Destiny – Ultra-matte sage green
Dawn – Ultra-matte sand
Cube – Duo chrome pink pearl

To the point, for me, this palette wasn’t falling apart or breaking. There is some fallout when you dip into the pan, and a much lighter touch is needed when using the eyeshadow. If you are heavy handed with your makeup this palette will not be for you. However, it works well for me as I just have to remember to go lightly. Honestly, it is worth it, the pigmentation is bright with such a small amount of product, and the lighter touch improves my blending and application.

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The look I created with the palette was in attempts to a large variety of colours. I started using dawn a transition colour and the run over it using Roxy and New Wave. I then used All-star in the crease and Rowdy in the deeper corners. I then used Untamed in the centre part and topped it with electric and placed it in the outer corner.

 

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