Pan That Palette 2018 Update #3

5:24 PM

          Hey, guys! What's up? How everyone's weekend? Mine is a long weekend since Friday was declared a holiday and so I have an extra day off to relax and do nothing. For today's post, I will sharing the progress that I made on my I Heart Makeup #SELFIE Eyeshadow Palette. This palette reminds me of the Urban Decay Naked Original Palette. This palette is like a mini version of the UD Naked I, containing some dupes of the said palette. I love this palette but I wish there could be another matte shade aside from the chocolate brown shade. The quality of these shadows are nice though some of them are being inconsistent. They are blendable and pigmented but some of these will work really good if applied wet. 

          I started this project last year November and I have so much progress already and I am really happy about that. I have been using this constantly for 3 months and I'm not sick of this so far. That's good to hear, right? It means that out of all the Pan That Palettes I've tried, this might be the first palette that will be a success and there's a possibility that I will using up the shadows completely. I'm thrilled! Anyways, let's jump right into the update because I intend to keep this post sweet and short. I will be showing you first the pictures of the introduction and previous posts then the current progress.

Introduction (November 2017)

Update 1 (December 2017)

Update 2 (January 2018)

Current Progress (as of February 2018)

          I've hit pan on Check Us In (shimmery beige) and #Love (taupe pink)! Yay! I have hit pan on two eyeshadows on January. This is exciting! I have also widen the pans on the shadows I have previously hit pan on. 

          I wasn't expecting to hit pan on Check Us In because my goal was to work hard on Goldigga (gold) and hit pan on it. I'm not mad about at it though. Haha! #Chocfix (matte chocolate brown) might crack soon, especially if I hit the bottom part of the pan. I really don't think I would repress this shadow because I don't like the effect of alcohol on the formulation of makeup products. 

         #Love is a supper pretty lid shade but it doesn't show on the eyes as brightly as it was before. I need to wet my brush before dipping my brush into this shadow to make in stand out on my lids. I think that was the reason why I have hit pan on this shadow pretty quickly. 

      My goals for February are to hit pan on Goldigga and #Trashy (bluish-silver shimmer), deepen the pan on How Many Likes (metallic dark brown), and widen on the pans of shadows I have already hit the pan. 

       That's it for my 3rd Update, hoping you stay tuned for the 4th one which will be posted in March. I hope you guys join the panning community as it feels to use the products you have and get your money's worth. I hope you enjoyed this post and find it motivating to start your Pan That Palette project. I will talk to you again soon. Have a nice day! XOXO

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