MAKE Faye Toogood New Medieval Palette Review, Swatches and Photos

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Published on March 05, 2013 with No Comments

New York-based beauty brand MAKE teamed up with British designer Faye Toogood (who has worked with Opening Ceremony, Vivienne Westwood and Alexander McQueen) and makeup artist Ayami Nishimura to bring us a gorgeous Medieval Palette from the New Medieval Collection.

MAKE Faye Toogood New Medieval Palette

Using art and natural elements as inspiration, the Medieval Palette comes in the most gorgeous packaging with four Matte Finish Eyeshadows and four Matte Lipsticks:

* Darkness – a dark charcoal gray
* Cast Iron – a slate gray
* Woad – a smoky navy blue
* Ultramarine – a bright blue
* Putty – a medium peachy nude
* Rust – a medium brownish orange
* Nude – a yellow nude
* Magma – a bright orange red

The colors complemented each other really well and the looks you could do with them are endless. Despite the matte finish, the shadows applied easily with decent and buildable pigmentation. The matte lipsticks, on the other hand, were slightly drying for me and went on like a lip cream with good color payoff.

Overall, a cute palette with great colors that would work on most skintones.



Make Darkness, Cast Iron, Ultramarine and Woad matte eyeshadows
Clockwise from top left: Darkness, Cast Iron, Ultramarine and Woad

Make Darkness, Cast Iron, Woad and Ultramarine eyeshadow swatches
Darkness, Cast Iron, Woad and Ultramarine

Make Putty, Rust, Magma and Nude matte lipsticks
Clockwise from top left: Putty, Rust, Magma and Nude

Make Putty, Rust, Magma and Nude lipstick swatches
Putty, Rust, Nude and Magma

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MAKE Faye Toogood New Medieval Palette is available at weseebeauty.com for $25. One third of all sales on from MAKE is donated to the We See Beauty Foundation, dedicated to incubate and accelerate women-led, worker owned cooperatives.

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