Hi sweethearts! ❤
This will be a review of the makeup company LunatiCK Cosmetic Labs! I was sent some samples of some of their eyeshadows, a primer and a lip stick, to try out. I’ve used them in some of my looks now, as you can see below, and I’d like to share with you my thoughts about their products. 🙂
LunatiCK Cosmetic Labs offers eyeshadow palettes, loose eyeshadows, lipsticks, SFX, glitter and more. Their products are also cruelty free, vegan and talc free, which I love! 😀
At the bottom right in this picture, you can see their eyeshadow primer. It is white, which makes any eyeshadow color pop and it also applies very smoothly!
Menus is a warm, matte purple, which is very smooth and easy to apply.
Cyanide is a neon orange shade, with some gold sparkles. It has a matte texture and applies well.
Poison Apple is a matte, lime green. This one is a bit chunky and doesn’t cover very well. So, be sure to use a primer and a white base or LunatiCK Cosmetic Labs’ own white primer, before applying this eyeshadow. Also, it goes from being a litght lime green when you apply it, to more of a medium lime when you’ve worn it for a few minutes.
Toxicity is a matte, baby blue color. This one also goes from being a baby blue at first, to a medium blue after a few minutes. It’s a bit chunky and doesn’t cover evenly unless you use a good eye primer.
The Yellow Pill is a light yellow shadow, with tiny gold sparkles to it. This one is very smooth and blends well.
All of these eyeshadows are very pretty! The first 4 shadows are from the Toxic Palette, which is $25, while The Yellow Pill is from the Asylum Palette, which also costs $25.
In this Donald Duck inspired look, I’m using Cyanide, Toxicity and The Yellow Pill.
In this Dog Paws look I’m using Menus on the lid and the shadow Pinhead (inner corner), which you can see a swatch of below.
Here are some swatches of their Kromatick Silk loose eyeshadows:
Psycho is a deep, redish brown with blue sparkles. This is the only one of the Kromatick Silk shades that’s a bit chunky, but it applies well.
Dr. Jekyll (or Dr. Jekell as it says on their site) is a shimmery, true gold. It’s smooth and blends easily. This is the perfect dupe for Sugarpill Cosmetic’s loose eyeshadow in Goldilux, which you can see from my look below.
Dracula’s Dream is a shimmery, blue and purple duo chrome. This one is also smooth and it covers very well.
Freddy’s Back! is a shimmery, dark pink. It applies well and is easy to blend.
Pinhead is a shimmery silver color, which is beautiful as an inner corner highlight. I used it as that in the Dog Paws look, above.
All of the Kromatick Silk shadows are so smooth, pigmented and applies like a dream! I love these beauties and will definitely recommend them! Each of the loose shadows costs $12 and you get 20 grams of product.
In this look I’ve used Dr. Jekell at the inner and outer part of the lid, and in the middle I’ve used Sugarpill’s Goldilux, so you can see how similar these two shadows are!
A few more eyeshadow swatches:
Sister Mary is a pure matte white. It’s a bit chunky, but it’s pigmented and applies well.
Confinement is a very dark brown, almost black shadow. It’s matte, covers well and blends easily.
Red Rum Red is a dark, rusty red, with a satin finish. This one is very smooth and has a good coverage.
Amberzombie & Ditch is a beautiful royal blue with turquoise sparkles. It’s very similar to Sugarpill’s loose eyeshadow in Royal Sugar.
All of these shadows are very pigmented! Sister Mary and Confinement are from LCL’s Asylum Palette. Red Rum Red and Amberzombie & Ditch are from their Zombie Defense Palette, and they are both super smooth and blend nicely! The Zombie Defense Palette costs $25 and contains 6 shadows.
In this Goofy inspired look I’m using Amberzombie & Ditch on my lid, mixed with the Illamasqua sealing gel.
Below, you can see 3 swatches of the shadow Toxicity, applied over different primers. In the left swatch I used Too Faced Shadow Insurance as a base and it doesn’t show up too much. In the middle, I’m using NYX Jumbo eye pencil in Milk, which gives a vibrant and nice finish. For the right swatch, I used LCL’s own primer. It makes the shadow a lot more vibrant, but it leaves a bit more cracks in the shadow. You can also see from this swatch that the baby blue is starting to become more of a medium blue. So, I would recommend using a primer and NYX Milk as a base for the lime and the baby blue color, or LCL’s primer. The rest of the shadows looks good with any primer underneath!
Overall, I really like their products! The eyeshadows are so beautiful, pigmented and blends nicely! The lip stick is smooth and super vibrant, and the primer makes the eyeshadows pop!
You can get all of LunatiCK Cosmetic Labs’ products, HERE! 😀
I hope this review was helpful! ❤ Have an amazing day!