Madam Glam Swatch and Review
October 8, 2014
Provided For Review
Today I have a few shades from Madam Glam, a new to me brand, to share with you!
Guacamole Fever is a green cream that showed full opacity in two smooth coats. Great formula on this shade as I am showing it without topcoat. Easily applicated and not your typical green as it shows a little brighter in my photo then its true color. This was by far my favorite of the shades I tried as it was the only cream and I am a sucker for those.
No Taboo is a pearlescent yellow gold jelly that required three coats for full opacity. The application for this was nice as each coat was thin enough to go over the previous. Each layer did need a few extra minutes for drying but the outcome was rather smooth.
Be My Queen is made up of pink and silver micro glitters and had a cream like finish to it. This took only two coats for full opacity and was surprisingly smooth on application. A very shiny and sparkly shade great for the fall season.
Silver Sand is made up of silver microglittters with a grey shimmery base. The finish on this shade seemed similar to Be My Queen but the base was much fuller and creamy. This also took two coats for full opacity.
So Nude is a light nude jelly that required four coats for opacity. The application was a little tacky on this jelly and needed some extra dry time between layers but I was able to manage. I am particularly not a huge fan of nudes and this one doesn’t quite go with my skin tone. This shade was still a little streaky after these four coats as well but not noticeable enough to worry.
It Girl is a sheer orange jelly with silver micro glitters. I decided to layer this over Sally Hansens ‘Orange Crush’ but it could also be worn on its own in three coats. Not a shade you would see me wearing year round but something that would be great for Halloween. I can see some cool stamped bats over this.
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