Availability: released in November 2017 and November 2018; available through the webstore
Description: for each half: 3 eyeshadows, 1 nail polish, 1 face color, 1 lip balm, 1 hand sanitizer
Would you purchase again: yes
There are two parts to this collection: the original group, released in 2017; and the second (Stay for Dessert) released a year later. Both were inspired by recipe cards of 1970s foods: interesting uses for jello, architecture-as-presentation, and combinations that range from odd to downright unholy. In line with the collection name and its inspiration, these are absolutely not “naturalistic” or “soft glam” shadows. You won’t find any tan, beige, cream, or pink, not even in the blushes. The collections are still available for purchase as sets, but since I’m not often interested in the nail polishes and definitely not in the lip balms, I got the eyeshadows and blushes separately.
This collection contained:
Part 1: Food of the 1970s (released in November 2017)
Ham and Bananas Hollandaise
Macaroni Supper Casserole
Molded Shrimp Salad
Hot Tuna and Egg Buns (nail polish)
Pineapple Salad Surprise (lipstick)
Creepy Bird (hand sanitizer)
Part 2: Stay For Dessert (released in November 2018)
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