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Everyday Minerals Holiday Reissue Party

Everyday Minerals Holiday Reissue Party!

I got another package from Everyday Minerals yesterday. They are having a Holiday Reissue Party. So, I got all the Holiday e/s colors (‘cept for Gold Medal, Silver Medal, and Bronze Medal ’cause I already got those last year).

11:59 PM is a shimmery neutral silver, while 12:01 AM is a metallic golden shimmer. I like playing with metallic eyeshadows, and these two are truly perfect for the holiday season. Snowflakes is a shimmery smokey violet with a hint of silver and blue. It’s a beautiful color for an evening look. Silver Bells is a neutral silver shade with some silver sparkles. It’s lovely for everyday wear. Frost Bitten is a pure white with a nice amount of sparkle. It’s a simple yet versatile highlight color. Gingerbread Man is a nice shimmery brick red. Mistletoe is a true green color with some pink and gold shimmer, whereas Christmas Carol is a green shade with silver sparkles. Both of which are absolutely great for the holidays. Sleigh Ride is a sparkly cool purple shade. It’s very pretty and wearable.

The free gift with purchase is Volcano Blossom, which is a black eyeshadow with a load of golden shimmer. I like it. Another gorgeous color for the holidays. 🙂

I got 2 Pink Snowflakes. It’s a beautiful soft pink with a hint of lilac and some sparkle. I needed 2 more items to get the 45% off discount, so I tossed in Sprung and Time Share (two of my new favorites) for backup.

I added the Earth Blush – Try Me Free Kit since it was only a penny.

Oh, and I finally got the Pumpkin Pie that I bought from eBay. I was expecting a peachy color, but this one is a shimmery light brown. I heard it can be easily duped by mixing Everyday Bronzer and Wet Sand in equal parts. The seller also included extras (a sample of Medium Summer Intensive foundation and BM “Warmth” Face Color).

2 thoughts on “Everyday Minerals Holiday Reissue Party

  1. Hi, Pat! There was a time when EDM was the only MMU I used, so I do have quite a bit. (They were affordable, and the quality was pretty good.) ^_^

    Right now, I'm still using EDM's Buttered Tan base, but I've started searching for a replacement. EDM has discontinued a lot of base colors, so there's no guarantee that Buttered Tan will always be there. That and there's been some changes in the ingredients. So, hopefully, I'll find my perfect foundation before my base runs out. 🙂

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