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September 20, 2014

Indie Weekends: Glamour Doll Eyes September 2014 OTM Review

Remember how I was supposed to get another subscription for Glamour Doll Eyes this month? Yeah, I completely failed. Set an alarm and didn't hear it, went to the site, had one in my cart, site crashed, lost sub in cart, rinse repeat. But, I was lucky enough to have a kind friend who accidentally got two subs send me her extra September! So I'll be trying my luck again in October...

I didn't even know when this would arrive, but my friend must have had Vee send it directly to me, so that was very nice of both of them to do. 

The info card this month, the back just has directions for applying and using the Glitter Fix, which can be used as a base for the shadow, or over the top.

Never Be Royals - "Light blue with a sheer orange overlay/duochrome"

I had hoped for a darker fall themed shade this month, but this light blue is pretty. Could probably be used for a multitude of looks, or using as a highlight shade. 

Swatch of Never Be Royals over Too Faced Shadow Insurance primer.

Glitter Fix - (mini) This is pretty large for a mini size, it looks like a full size lip gloss tube.  But I've been wanting to try some of the other alternatives to primer, like glitter glue, or any of the other kinds of products that give your shadows a foiled look. And I have heard this can make your eye look last hours and hours, pretty much all day, so that will be great. I am a little worried about how easy it will be to blend the shadows when using this product, but I'm sure I can make it work.

Unicorn Tears Glitter Tube - "A beautiful mix of silver, pink, purple, and a touch of blue glitter."

I have absolutely no idea what I will use this for. I'm not big on glitter, but maybe if I am going to a concert or something fun I could break this out to add to a crazy eye look. I did do a rainbow eye look for Outside Lands this year, so I suppose I could do glitter instead for an event like that.

Left: swatch of Never Be Royals over Glitter Fix, middle: swatch of Never Be Royals over Too Faced Shadow Insurance primer, right: swatch of Unicorn Tears Glitter over Glitter Fix.

Overall, this month's Glamour Doll Eyes OTM was worth it for me if only for the Glitter Fix. Everything else was just a bonus, because I have been wanting to try the Glitter Fix for so long! And yes, I wish the glitter was another shadow instead, and the shadow was a darker Fall color, but I like what I received. 

The Glamour Doll Eyes OTM is a limited subscription you have to act fast if you want in! Every month on the 8th (or the Friday before if the 8th falls on a weekend) they offer up 1, 2, 3, 6, or 12 month subscriptions to sign up for. The price will depend on which subscription you sign up for, but you will always get more than what you paid.

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