Hey guys! Today I’m so excited to share with you my thoughts on the Melt Baby Girl stack. I feel like I always say this, but makeup is my n.1 passion. And I always have a
I’ve always been obsessed with Melt Cosmetics. Ever since they only had lipsticks in their lineup. They always looked a cool edgy brand, their products always seem fun. And since the eyeshadow stacks were created they have been
Melt’s stacks are single shadows, sold in a bundle. They’re magnetic so they are stacked on top of each other hence why they’re called stacks. While I don’t find this packaging particularly efficient, they sure are unique and cute. I actually have too much fun playing with the magnets. I might have dented one or two shadows (it’s not the easiest thing to do, don’t worry, I’m just an idiot).
In this particular stack, there are 5 shades, 3 mattes and 2 shimmers. While the mattes are very bendable, I would recommend having a basic neutral palette on hand. Because the shades here on the medium shades I think it needs lighter shades to help with the blending. And possibly even darker to deepen up the look if needed.
These shades have a bit of kick up on the pan, but there’s no fallout when applying with a brush. The formula is one of the most solid matte
While the darker shimmer shadow is beautiful and applies like a dream, both with fingers and brushes, I did have some issues with the shade Baby Girl. It’s one of those shades that has a neutral base and the colour shows only through glitters when the light catches them. I feel like a brush, even if wet, doesn’t really pick up much, if not a few
Baby Girl shade aside, I know I’m excited to try more in the future (hello Blueprint Stack).