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    It's kinda amusing to see a lot of the popular YouTube people hating this palette. It made me think I was crazy and so I went to play with my palette again. You definitely need to tap off the brush. I can't stress that enough. Otherwise there will be serious fallout. The gurus try to show how powdery the shadows are and either their palettes are wonky or they're going out of their way to kick up powder because mine doesn't do that. All those browns and oranges which would be transitions to me blend out fine without fallout.

    the lightest shade, the bronzey shade and that really pretty green shimmer (I think it's called electro) are not very good at all, but for me the rest are just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shontay07108 View Post
    It's kinda amusing to see a lot of the popular YouTube people hating this palette. It made me think I was crazy and so I went to play with my palette again. You definitely need to tap off the brush. I can't stress that enough. Otherwise there will be serious fallout. The gurus try to show how powdery the shadows are and either their palettes are wonky or they're going out of their way to kick up powder because mine doesn't do that. All those browns and oranges which would be transitions to me blend out fine without fallout.

    the lightest shade, the bronzey shade and that really pretty green shimmer (I think it's called electro) are not very good at all, but for me the rest are just fine.
    I played with mine a little yesterday, I'm not a die hard fan of ABH, and yes they are powdery like the MR. I did a look with the 3 greens Axis, electro and untamed. I used fix + with electro and it did a really nice halo look BUT untamed and axis just blend together muddy up a little and i couldn't se where axis stopped and untamed began. I also used fudge and he too muddy up with axis. So less you pile on the better it is. As for Edge, new wave and dawn look good together, you could see the ombre effect. I'm not saying it is the worst palette but should I know it was permanent and that they are willing to pressed harder the palette now on production I would of waited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VAL4M View Post
    I played with mine a little yesterday, I'm not a die hard fan of ABH, and yes they are powdery like the MR. I did a look with the 3 greens Axis, electro and untamed. I used fix + with electro and it did a really nice halo look BUT untamed and axis just blend together muddy up a little and i couldn't se where axis stopped and untamed began. I also used fudge and he too muddy up with axis. So less you pile on the better it is. As for Edge, new wave and dawn look good together, you could see the ombre effect. I'm not saying it is the worst palette but should I know it was permanent and that they are willing to pressed harder the palette now on production I would of waited.
    I would've waited too had I known it was permanent. I thought it was gonna sell out in 5 minutes and be gone forever. The greens were calling me too hard to take that chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shontay07108 View Post
    It's kinda amusing to see a lot of the popular YouTube people hating this palette. It made me think I was crazy and so I went to play with my palette again. You definitely need to tap off the brush. I can't stress that enough. Otherwise there will be serious fallout. The gurus try to show how powdery the shadows are and either their palettes are wonky or they're going out of their way to kick up powder because mine doesn't do that. All those browns and oranges which would be transitions to me blend out fine without fallout.


    the lightest shade, the bronzey shade and that really pretty green shimmer (I think it's called electro) are not very good at all, but for me the rest are just fine.
    I think there are clearly some bad palettes out there but some of the people making those videos are exaggerating for the sake of the video IMO. If you know a shadow is powdery, isn't it obvious that the more you dig in, the more powdery it is? I've seen people really dig in to a shade to show the powder going anywhere.

    My palette is fine. It's powdery but that's to be expected. I will still most likely return it. It just takes too much work to look good on the eye - you need the right brushes and use a really light touch and certain shades don't blend well over others. I don't have time for all that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaryJane View Post
    I think there are clearly some bad palettes out there but some of the people making those videos are exaggerating for the sake of the video IMO. If you know a shadow is powdery, isn't it obvious that the more you dig in, the more powdery it is? I've seen people really dig in to a shade to show the powder going anywhere.
    This. Some people definitely have off/bad palettes, I don't think they're faking the videos or anything, but I definitely think some of them are being extra about it. Yes, they kick up some fallout, but because they're so pigmented, you shouldn't need to swipe the brush back and forth like 15 times to pick up the color anyway. That's where they're losing me lol Like just tap the brush in once or twice, it's enough.

    I will also say though I notice a lot of the people doing reviews use shades differently than I would, so I feel like my experience is going to be different anyway. I don't use bold matte colors on my eyelid, the only shades in Subculture I would use on my lid are Dawn and possibly Roxy, but most likely just Dawn (not counting the shimmers). All of the bold color mattes I would only use on my outer corner, crease, or lower lash line, so I'm not putting a big slab of color on like some people are. I'm more a 'neutral lid with a small pop of color' girl. Everyone has their own looks they like, so maybe Subculture works for me bc of the way I do my shadow, and my needs/expectations are different.
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    The main complaint I've seen with the palette is that the shadows don't blend well.
    And I've noticed that most of the successful looks with the palette are cut crease or other rather bold strategies that don't require the shadows to blend out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boschicka View Post
    The main complaint I've seen with the palette is that the shadows don't blend well.
    And I've noticed that most of the successful looks with the palette are cut crease or other rather bold strategies that don't require the shadows to blend out.
    This is what I mean, I think the varying opinions are based on who's doing what type of look with the palette. I personally don't do the more grungey/avant-garde looks that would have shades like All-Star, Edge, and Axis blended together, so I wouldn't encounter the issue. But the people who do go for those looks are running into it. Today I used ABH Birkin in my crease, Roxy in my crease, Hot Chocolate in my crease/outer V, and Vermeer on my eye. I rarely ever only use one palette for a look, which is another reason maybe I don't have the issue
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    Quote Originally Posted by boschicka View Post
    The main complaint I've seen with the palette is that the shadows don't blend well.
    And I've noticed that most of the successful looks with the palette are cut crease or other rather bold strategies that don't require the shadows to blend out.
    Agree 100%. I don't think I've seen a good 'natural' look where the shadows blended nicely. Since I don't wear bold looks or cut creases this palette really isn't something I'll reach for.

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    Cora from vintageortacky did pick up on something: the shadows in Subculture have a completely different formula from usual (she directly compared ingredients list in Subculture to the one for Modern Renaissance), and that the reason people are having trouble is because of lack of binding and oil-absorbing ingredients that ABH shadows usually have. When she demos her eyeshadow look, she goes in with whatever brush she uses only once, and taps off excess product, and she still had trouble with blending and whatnot.
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    I made sure to not run out n grab the first batch (whether LE or not) cuz I have to remember ABH isn't known well for their extended line beyond brows. I've yet to even pick up MR (but I will the next sale). I think the subculture's will improve over time esp with all the bad reviews n complaints against it. As much as I'd love to have it in my arsenal i'm gonna pass cuz I'm not for workin hard to make shadows work (hence why I stick to my viseart). I need life to be as less complicated as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiliV View Post
    My lipsticks came yesterday! I love all the shades I got, they're all dirty/dusty colors which I love. I am all about a dusty neutral lol I'm wearing Stevie today and I really like the formula. It kind of gives the look of an opaque stain. The formula is very thin, feels like almost nothing on my lips, thinner and drier than a Mac matte. I would definitely get more of these!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shellygrrl View Post


    Cora from vintageortacky did pick up on something: the shadows in Subculture have a completely different formula from usual (she directly compared ingredients list in Subculture to the one for Modern Renaissance), and that the reason people are having trouble is because of lack of binding and oil-absorbing ingredients that ABH shadows usually have. When she demos her eyeshadow look, she goes in with whatever brush she uses only once, and taps off excess product, and she still had trouble with blending and whatnot.
    I'll have to check out her review. I've noticed other reviewers/bloggers mention that the ingredients are different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaryJane View Post
    I think there are clearly some bad palettes out there but some of the people making those videos are exaggerating for the sake of the video IMO. If you know a shadow is powdery, isn't it obvious that the more you dig in, the more powdery it is? I've seen people really dig in to a shade to show the powder going anywhere.

    My palette is fine. It's powdery but that's to be expected. I will still most likely return it. It just takes too much work to look good on the eye - you need the right brushes and use a really light touch and certain shades don't blend well over others. I don't have time for all that.
    Ditto, I'm just rolling my eyes each time they take the brush that come with the palette (a brush that is scratchy, hard on the eyes, fluffy but stiff at the same time) and they are like look! look! all the powder flying away and i'm just DUH! no way Sherlock!
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    This. Some people definitely have off/bad palettes, I don't think they're faking the videos or anything, but I definitely think some of them are being extra about it. Yes, they kick up some fallout, but because they're so pigmented, you shouldn't need to swipe the brush back and forth like 15 times to pick up the color anyway. That's where they're losing me lol Like just tap the brush in once or twice, it's enough.

    I will also say though I notice a lot of the people doing reviews use shades differently than I would, so I feel like my experience is going to be different anyway. I don't use bold matte colors on my eyelid, the only shades in Subculture I would use on my lid are Dawn and possibly Roxy, but most likely just Dawn (not counting the shimmers). All of the bold color mattes I would only use on my outer corner, crease, or lower lash line, so I'm not putting a big slab of color on like some people are. I'm more a 'neutral lid with a small pop of color' girl. Everyone has their own looks they like, so maybe Subculture works for me bc of the way I do my shadow, and my needs/expectations are different.
    Or when they rolled the brushes and say oh wow look all the pigment! again i'm just rolling my eyes ... I agree a lot of the darker color won't be a problem in the outer v and crease but you really need to use a small brush and be precise with the application.
    Quote Originally Posted by boschicka View Post
    The main complaint I've seen with the palette is that the shadows don't blend well.
    And I've noticed that most of the successful looks with the palette are cut crease or other rather bold strategies that don't require the shadows to blend out.
    too pigmented and don't blend well

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaryJane View Post
    My lipsticks came yesterday and, so far, I'm very happy with the formula. I'm thinking about picking up Kiss and Dead Roses next.. possibly Stevie. Are Dead Roses and Stevie cool toned or warm? It's so hard to tell online.
    They're both reddish/beet bases that lean more cool. The red undertones make them seem a little bit warm, but overall they're definitely more cool. Dead Roses leans very dusty mauve on me (NW 10 skin) and Stevie leans dusty magenta, but like a red magenta. Stevie is hard for me to describe. With a warm eye look they look even more cool-toned. They're actually beautiful layered too, the other day I brought both into the bathroom getting ready and put on Dead Roses but then grabbed Stevie on my way out by accident so I used that to touch up and it looked great! lol

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    Stephanie Nicole posted a review of the Subculture palette.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BrittLuvsMakeup View Post
    Stephanie Nicole posted a review of the Subculture palette.
    Her look came out rough. That's why I was never interested in this palette b/c I feared my look would come out like this. I knew it was above my skill level.
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    I'm not going to run out to buy the new palette. but I do love the MR palette and I think that one is definitely worth it. just don't hope they change the formula of MR too as they did with subculture
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    I ordered Subculture from Ulta. My friend got it and said it's fine as long as you don't go swirling your brush in the shadows like a maniac. I had rewards so my palette was free, so I figured why not?! Will report back when I get it.
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    Returned the subculture palette and matte lipsticks. I didn't get a bad palette but, overall, I don't think it's easy to use. The colors I wouldn't reach for on a daily basis. The lipsticks were a little too drying for my liking.

    More money for me to spend on the new Charlotte Tilbury collection.

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    I used Subculture this weekend for a more dramatic look and was happy with how it came out. I used ABH Vermeer on the lid with Kylie Ultra Glow in Santorini on top and then Axis on my outer corner, a little into my crease, and Mercury in my crease. I had no issues with blending at all. But again, that's about as dramatic as I would go. There aren't too many shades in the palette that I would use together. It's more of a palette of bold single shadows to me that I would use one at a time.
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    I got 3 of the lipsticks when they had the buy 2 get 1 free promotion for national lipstick day and for $18 they're okay but I only liked one which was Brandy and I threw the other 2 away. I'll stick to CL although they're super expensive.
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    I received my order last week and wore Orchid lipstick on the weekend. The first time I used it was without any primer/base. It is very pigmented and has a thin texture. It was very drying like a liquid lipstick and I removed it and applied a more creamy matte for my day out. The day after I used MAC Prep and Prime as a base which helped and I was able to wear it for hours without a very dry feeling. I might use my Clarins lip oil next time or a lip balm.

    The colour is absolutely gorgeous and the packaging is very nice and feels sturdy.

    I'm happy with my other shades Soft Pink and Plumeria and will wear them soon. I would prefer a more comfortable matte formula as I find drying matte lipsticks impossible to touch up and save them for shorter outings.

    I haven't tried the 3 liquid HLs I ordered yet but noticed Temptalia gave them very poor reviews.
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    I just ordered two of the matte lipsticks in the shades Dead Roses and Cool Brown. I've not tried any of the ABH lip products before. I've only consistently purchased their eyeshadows. After that initial launch of the liquid lipsticks when so many people were disappointed I've just avoided their lip products entirely. I figured I would do better with a traditional lipstick. I am a fan of MAC Retro Matte lipsticks so I'm not that concerned about it being too trying. A thin layer of balm helps with that issue. I grabbed them from Ulta during their recent 20% off prestige promotion. I'm hoping I like what I get. I'm also really hoping they expand the color selection. I'm not the biggest fan of nude lips anymore. Anyone else grab either of the colors mentioned?
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    I was late to the party with Modern Renaissance, but I love it so much I've gone on to buy more than 30 ABH singles this summer. I love the shades in Subculture (those orange tones and greens), but I returned mine yesterday. I'm used to how pigmented and soft ABH shadows are, but I just wasn't happy with the ways the greens refused to blend. The lighter tones were fine, although I agree with others that the two duochrome shades were useless.

    If the formula is improved, I'll definitely buy it again. If this is the new formulation and her new singles will be like this too, I won't be buying any more.
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    I got the Subculture palette and wore it 2 days in a row and then left for a trip. I had one down day where I could check in on the beauty world and I saw tons of Youtube videos on the palette. I didn't know what to think. I liked the palette but I know I didn't use all the colors. I was too beat to sort through all that stuff at the time. I was curious about what all the hoopla was about. I watched 2 videos and both youtubers liked the palette. I know the videos I saw before I left were positive as well. Hmmm. I don't want to watch anymore right now. I may try again tomorrow. I know that the colors that I used were super pigmented. Well the mattes anyway. I did have some trouble with the yellow green shimmer shade (very sheer) but I loved the color.
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    I've officially decided to skip the Subculture pallet. I've been cleaning up and organizing my stash and I realized that I have a lot of the colors in INGLOT. Mainly Untamed, Axis, Edge and Destiny. INGLOT does amazingly pigmented matte shadows that blend well. NYX Duo Chromatic Illuminating Powder in Snow Rose can dupe Cube. MAC Amber Lights is an exact dupe of Adorn. I really really need to shop my stash more.
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    Top to bottom: Rosewood, Stevie, Latte, Spice
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    Quote Originally Posted by boschicka View Post
    Top to bottom: Rosewood, Stevie, Latte, Spice
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