In an age where there are hundreds of thousands of palettes out there it is rare to come across something new and different. Not often does a make up palette come along these days containing something that actually makes me squeal. Enter Stacey Marie MUA’s collab with BPerfect Cosmetics. The Carnival Palette retails for £39.99 and contains a wealth of shades from bright blues and pinks to deep purples and yellows. Boasting 24 shades and 2 highlighters this palette is nothing short of amazing.
Stacey created this look for her demo at The Make Up Festival
Firstly a little background on BPerfect Cosmetics, a beauty brand that stormed on to the scene in 2013 that was created by Brendan McDowell. Based in Belfast, Brendan aspired to become a creative, stand out brand oh my, did he succeed. The brand is now available in over 1200 stockists in UK and Ireland, and has recently been made available on Beauty Bay – YAY – and for you local babes Paddy McGurgan’s Make Up Pro Store is now stocking the Carnival Palette. If you don’t know who Stacey Marie is then you need to get yourself onto her Instagram and just look at some of her amazing work. She can do things to an eyelid space that I never thought possible. I am so happy that this amazing brand and amazing Make Up Artist have teamed up together and the palette is such a success.
I was invited to attend Stacey Marie’s Launch in Medicare, Forestside Belfast and had an absolute ball watching Stacey do her thing, created some masterpiece eye looks. I was also kindly gifted the palette and haven’t been able to put it down since I got it. I was so shocked at the payoff of all the colours as normally I find with bright colours they fade away to nothing when blended but I was pleasantly surprised at this palette.
I used the shades Guilty, Lit, Wasted, Keen, Pink Me and Liqour to create this look inspired by another amazing Make Up Artist Keilidh Cashell, AKA Keilidh MUA. You can find her look in her Instagram here.
Even though I have spoken mostly about the amazing bright colours it definitely appeals to someone who would want a natural look out of it too. It’s also a fantastic palette for someone who would want to start going freelance or starting out as a make up artist as I can’t say it enough – it is just is an amazing palette.
Have you tried it yet? I would love to hear your thoughts!
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