Notoriously Morbid Vanishing Cabinet - January 2018 + Coupon Code! | Frankly Kiersten Reviews


What is Notoriously Morbid Vanishing Cabinet?: Vanishing Cabinet is a monthly subscription box by Notoriously Morbid where each month you get a bag of indie makeup. Bags include four to five themed items (a combination of minis and possibly full-sizes). Products can include eyeshadow, blush, lipstick, and/or solid perfume. There is currently a wait list so sign up here to get on the list to start your subscription!

How Much is Notoriously Morbid?: $13.25/month including shipping to the US. International subscriptions are now $20/month.

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That Fireball is reminding me of being a stupid child.



Info card.


Give it Back (Eye Shadow) is a dark maroon shadow with purple and pink shimmer with multicolored sparkles. Place in your outer V to darken any look.
I like the matte base and the shimmers are a nice compliment. I also like that it was included on how to use this, a great idea in my opinion. This wasn't the smoothest shadow I've used but it's definitely better than a lot.


Submitted for the Approval (Eye Shadow) is a vibrant pink-orange base with golden orange shimmer and multicolored sparkles. The perfect all over lid shadow (or halo with Help Me).
Everything about this is my 2018 look. I have been living for this red/orange/yellow warm toned looks every day (so much so that doing a green/blue look was strange to me the other week). I love this as a lid shade, plain and simple.


To Trap a Creature of Night (Eye Shadow) is a satin warm brown. Perfect for the crease with any of these shadows or lower lash line.
I don't usually use shimmers in my crease unless it's over the first crease color. This is stunning and I love it to deepen up a crease or for a lighter smokey look in the outer v.


Help Me (Eye Shadow) is a light green based shadow with golden shimmer and copper sparkles. Perfect for highlighting your inner corner or used on the lid.
I don't see a lot of green in this but I'm in-freaking-love. This is the perfect highlight, even for your cheekbones, for any look. It's not too cool or warm toned and the copper sparkles don't make it too much so it can be used for so many looks. 


Swatches.

Not individually pictured: The End Finishing/Setting Powder. This is my favorite setting powder for under my eyes. It's finely milled, it sets my undereye without being super liney, and I haven't had any flashback.


Overall, I love the idea of having a cohesive look. I would have liked a middle of the road matte brown for a base shade but other than that, I definitely see a cohesive look with this month's bag as well as four shadows that can stand on their own.

As always, let me know what you thought of this bag in the comments!


Kiersten Faythe
Kiersten Faythe

A lifestyle blog focusing on makeup, subscription boxes, and nail polish.