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Thierry Mugler Cosmetics - Regard Stellaire Sublime Nature

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I admire Thierry Mugler as a fashion designer, he is an artiste with a fantastic vision of runway trends.  He is like the geek of fashion, creating futuristic and sexy clothing for a very hip space station.  I bet if he could buy real estate on Mars, there would be a Thierry Mugler nightclub there.  He is cool, he is geeky, he is a true fashion icon.  But it is his make up line that leaves me a bit queasy.

I know make up prices are going higher and higher to the point where a credit card is handy more than the cash.  I bought this Regard Stellaire Sublime Nature eyeshadow quad years back when he just came out with the line.  I really don't remember how much it was back then but now this is $70USD.  Yes, I was into the expensive stuff and honestly I still would be if I didn't have dupes of the colors from my Faces Cosmetics.  (You know the 100 shadows I was suppose to do EOTD's of but forgot.) 

This palette which is priced so ridiculously high for four small, well three, since one is an eyeshadow base came in a box.  There were no applicators and you can see there is no mirror.  At first, I thought there was a hidden drawer underneath that housed some sponge applicators but no unless I overlooked the secret button to open that area.  Since I bought this years back, I threw away the box and don't really remember all the stuff listed in the ingredients but I do remember PTFE (teflon), silica, and possibly boron nitride; all the ingredients that would make them slip and slide apply so exquisitely. 

The colors are what represent "Sublime Nature"; a set of three neutrals satin peach ivory, glimmer peach, and matte dark brown.  The fourth is a square of eyeshadow base which is a bit on the dark side.  If you have porcelain skin, use this sparingly or not at all.  I hate the color of this eyeshadow base but I love how smoothly it applies.  Too bad it isn't sold separately.  (Wait, I wouldn't pay that much for just an eyeshadow base anyway.)  The colors go on smoothly but they are very sheer.  Building up color is possible to a point but it takes a lot of coaxing, and using them wet won't work.   Thus, the name sublime in the title I guess.

The colors on my eyes

The colors for my taste run a bit too warm and admittedly not the greatest as the day wears on.  I think it has to do with the eyeshadow base which should be lighter.  It darkens or warms the colors even more.  Yes, I am unhappy with these eyeshadows, but I keep it to remind me what a fool I was for buying this.  You know this palette costs more than the Viseart Basic eyeshadow set and the eyeshadows are just as smooth!

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