If I knew how much Frozen was going to infect my life I would never have watched the damn cartoon in the first place, never mind encouraged Baby H to sing the songs with me (we duet, you know?). 3 Olaf hes and endless repeats of the soundtrack later, I thought I was totally DONE with the cartoon.
But then look…Frozen gets everyone in the end. I spotted this cute make up collection by Korean mid-end brand, Peripera on eBay and I couldn’t resist purchasing nearly everything from the collection, apart from the base items, as Korean powder and foundation is nearly always too light and chalky for me. So here it is;
In total, I bought 3 nail polishes, 2 lip tints, 2 eyeshadow palettes and the eyeliner set. All of the colours appealed to me in some way (one palette being a violet/purple set and the other being a brown/orange one). I have split the posts into three!
Let’s look at the eyeshadow kits first…
Peripera’s Frozen eyeshadow palettes are called Tap Tap 3 Eyes, and come in Let is Go (Elsa) and I’m Happy Kristoff (Anna). Each palette come with 3 colours in generous sized discs, a so-so sponge applicator and a mirror. The packaging is very sweet for a Frozen fan.
Am I the only person that thought Elsa was a KNOCKOUT when she transformed into the Ice Queen type character? Yes ok, it’s a cartoon. But that dress! Her hair! Her make up! Her make up is a very pretty lavender-lilac in the cartoon which I think is very flattering on lighter skin tones.
The colours in BOTH palettes are shimmery, but not quite metallic, but very shimmery and prone to a little fall out. When you use the sponge applicator be aware that there’s a bit of…what’s the term? Puff up? When the powder dusts up quite easily and goes everywhere – that.