Pacifica Power of Love Mineral Eye Shadows + Coco Pure Wipes

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Hello! I am really excited about showing you this eyeshadow palette from Pacifica! The Power of Love palette is available at Target for $19.99 and includes ten shades: Mysterious, Bare, Falling Star, Spirited, Devoted, Shine On, Treasure, Crush, and Soul, and Luna.Β  Funnily enough, I saw this palette in Target and thought it looked beautiful. Imagine my surprise when a couple days later it was at my doorstep! Thank you, Pacifica!

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I love mineral eyeshadows because they never irritate my eyes. I have other shadows from Pacifica and love them (review here). This palette has a beautiful array of colors from blue to green to pink. It is a great balance of neutrals with color. And isn’t the palette design beautiful? The packaging is really lightweight, making it easy to travel with.

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Not only is the packaging Earth-friendly, Pacifica is also cruelty-free. It is also free of talc, FD&C colors, mineral oil, parabens, phthalates, petroleum, propylene glycol, gluten, and peanut oil.

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This palette was in my April favorites last month, and it hasn’t left my vanity since then. I’ve mostly been wearing the green shade the neutrals. I haven’t experimented with the purple or aqua just yet (I know…the aqua? Shocking for me!).

Now for the Coco Pure makeup remover wipes! These smell like coconut and are very gentle. To be honest, I didn’t think they would do a very good job of removing my makeup at the end of the day, especially eye makeup. Instead, I was surprised that these wipes did a great job removing makeup, even heavy eye makeup (I don’t typically wear waterproof mascara though, so I can’t vouch for that). I love how soft they are against my skin. These are also comparable to in price/size to other makeup removing wipes on the market at $6.99 per 30 pack.

Overall, the Power of Love palette and Coco Pure makeup wipes are total winners in my book. πŸ™‚

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