Marie Antionette inspired (Lime Crime review and makeup look) :)

Hey guys! ^-^ This summer I entered one of Makeupbee‘s contests with this Marie Antoinette inspired look, which I called “Would you like some cake?” I was so happy when I found out that I was one of the winners! 😀 Thank you very much for those who voted for me!! ❤ The prize was these wonderful products from Lime Crime!

Here is the look I entered the contest with:

I’ve fimed a tutorial for this look, but this time I used the pink and purple colors from the palette I won. Also, I did a review of the products in the video! ;D

This is the look I did in the video:

Products used:

  • Lime Crime – Candy eyed eyeshadow helper
  • NYX – Jumbo eye pencil in Milk
  • Lime Crime – Palette D’Antionette in Royal Flush
  • Lime Crime – Palette D’Antionette in Ribbonesque
  • Lime Crime – Chinadoll palette in Parasol
  • Lime Crime – Uniliner in Quill
  • Makeup Geek – Eyeshadow in White Lies
  • Maybelline – One by one mascara
  • DUO – Eyelash adhesive
  • Rhinestones from Ebay
  • False eyelashes from Ebay

Review of the Lime Crime makeup products:

Palette D’Antionette:

This beautiful palette has 4 vibrant matte colors called Royal Flush, Absinthe-Minded, Macarooned and Ribbonesque, and 1 shimmery, silver color called Mercurious. I think this is the perfect combination of pastel colors, which will make any look super cute and pretty! ❤

I also got their fabulous primer, which I’ve used in the bottom swatch-picture! 😀

The palette costs 34,99 $ and you can get it here 🙂


I got these three liners. The black one is called “Quill”, the blue “Blue Milk” and the neon yellow “Citreuse”. I love that Lime Crime has colorful liners you can choose from and they are so pigmented! The best thing about them has to be the precision they give! The applicator is very small, so it’s easier to create tiny details and to built up your liner. 😀 I’ve seen so many amazing looks created with these uniliners, so my excitement for these was very high. I must say they haven’t dissapointed! ❤

Each uniliner costs 13,99 $ and you can get them here. 🙂

Lip stick:

Lime Crime is probably most famous for their colorful, creamy lip sticks, with the cutest packaging, (which I love!) I already have one called Glamour 101 and now I got this one, called Coquette. Nude lipsticks don’t usually look very good on me, but this one has some peach to it, so a small amount applied with my fingers, looks wonderful! ^-^

Their lip sticks cost 15,99 $ each and you can check out all the awesome colors, here. 🙂

I hope that you found this short review helpful and that you liked the look! 😀

My youtube channel:

GlitterGirlC 🙂


18 thoughts on “Marie Antionette inspired (Lime Crime review and makeup look) :)

  1. Oh my gosh you are just too cute. I love that palette so much, as well as the look! I just recently got their mermaid palette too. Aquataenia. Freaking beautiful. You would love it!

  2. Love, love, love the look! The palette looks great and so much more pigmented with the primer. I am thinking about trying the lime crime primer, how does it compare to the UD or Two faced ones? I really love the way the lipsticks look too, the packaging is gorgeous!

    • Thank you, Michty! 😀 I’ve only tried the Too Faced shadow insurance, and it was my favorite until I tried this one. It just really makes your eyeshadows stick on your eyes the whole day, without making them crease. My sister complained about the Too Faced one I gave her for Christmas, because her shadows creased throughout her school day. When I won the Lime Crime primer now, I gave her my sample bottle of it and she said her eyeshadows didn’t crease the whole day! So, it’s definitely the best I’ve tried so far! 😉 And, yes… the lip stick packaging is super cute!! 😀

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