I think there is nothing that can be compared to getting us through the week like a fun guessing game. Lime Crime posted an update on the new products which the brands are set to launch on April 24, and there is an overdrive of speculation that they will be fun. For most there hope is that the new product is the next iteration of the Venus eyeshadow palette. Is there a chance that we will be witnessing the upcoming birth of Venus 3?
That’s an obvious thing, because of the feature of a palette on the update, the palette is seen floating in the sun rays, that in fact, means that it’s a palette. It’s expected to be the best when compared with previous versions of the brands like the Venus, Venus II, and Venus XL. The component that makes up the palette are vibrant and versatile and as applied its super silky. Let’s have a look at some of the previous launch of Lime Crime.
What someone should expect from the palette is a mash of Botticelli’s painting with a touch of a rebellion of the early 90s. The palette is made of nude sea colors that are of 8 different shades. The shades are rust red, unconventional neutrals, brick brown, and burgundy. To the liking of the person, the eyeshadow recklessly pigmented will be worn alone, or match it flawlessly to get the new look, painterly finish. The box has an eye-catching kitschy artwork.
The palette is made of eight rebelliously shades that are pigmented for the user that needs to take make up to the next level. For people that want the banging eyeshadow trends the VENUS II will have the user wielding the makeup brush. The palette is safely stored in a beautiful marbled box that on the outside it has kitschy artwork.
The Venus XL changed the whole thing when lime water first launched it. Because it consists of 18 long-wearing shades, designed for the eye, it’s the one swipe coverage, for the cheek and face, and four unique finishes. The packaging is a beautiful mirrored gilded box.