Unboxing November 2014 Notoriously Morbid Vanishing Cabinet!

This month’s  Notoriously Morbid Vanishing Cabinet bag is featuring the “True Blood” theme. For those who are not aware of what Notoriously Morbid is, they are an indie beauty company, specializing in eyeshadows and lippies, and it is $12.90 a month.  .   Every month, more slots are available, so follow their facebook page and also their facebook group to learn more about deals and when new collections are available!

This month’s theme is DeadLove

Love is a complicated matter, especially when it’s supernatural.
Based on the literary loves of Ms. Sookie Stackhouse,
we present the November Vanishing Cabinet

image from http://www.notoriouslymorbid.com/


Isn’t that cute?  In a vampire-cute way….The two shadows that were nestled in the coffin were Northman (Eric) and Don’t Think So Loud (Snookie) hahaha Take that Bill!  Team Eric all the way 😉    Northman did have an accident and spilled all over the place. NM is sending out an replacement 🙂

Going from the top and clockwise:

Don’t Think So Loud-Sookie can hear everything you think, so think quietly. A soft bubblegum pink with blue and pink sparkles.  This is very light and sparkly, and the blue and pink make it a lavender shine.   This is more of a highlighter, due to the sheerness of it.

Ingredients: Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Carmine, Synthetic Fluorophylogopite, Silica, Tin Oxide, Iron Oxide, Magnesium Stearate, Lauoryl Lysine.  **Not Vegan***Lip Safe

Northman-A bloody mess of sexy everywhere he goes. A darkened burgundy with purple and red shimmer. 
My favorite character on the show ~ how many vamps would cop to wearing foils in their hair to highlight it?  The only other vamp I can think of that might would be Spike (from Buffy) 🙂    This is one of my favorite colors this month.   This is more of a shimmer, not a glitter shade and it is such a great deep plum color. 

Ingredients: Copper Powder, Silicon Dioxide, Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Iron Oxide, Magnesium Stearate, Kaolin Clay.  **Vegan***Lip Safe


Compton-Like the dusty gray of a confederate uniform with its tarnished gold buttons, this shadow represents Bill’s nobility and honor.    This is a very dirty green-gold, a medium olive.  Very subdued and works well as a crease shadow.

Ingredients: Titanium dioxide, mica, magnesium stearate, lauroyl lysine, iron oxide, ultramarine., copper powder, zinc, silicon dioxide.  **Vegan***Not Lip Safe


Quinn-A master of ceremony with eyes the color of pansies. A soft purple with blue/green, red and purple shimmer. 
Quinn is a character in the books ~ he is a were-tiger who was a lover of Snookie’s.  He doesn’t appear on the TV show.   This is a beautiful deep, dusty lavender shade.

Ingredients: Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Iron Oxide, Tin Oxide, Silica, Magnesium Stearate, Lauoryl Lysine. **Vegan***Lip Safe

Merlotte-A warm toned, soft purple with a strong wine red and an even stronger gold shift and shimmer. This color is passionate and compelling, subtle yet bold. Much like its namesake.  
This shade, along with Northman, are my favorites of the series.  This is more sparkly than Northman, a soft orchid  with the gold glimmer.   This shade will go well with Northman and Quinn, with Don’t Think So Loud as a highlighter.

Ingredients: Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Iron Oxide, Tin Oxide, Magnesium Stearate, Lauoryl Lysine.  **Vegan***Lip Safe

Glamour Doll Eyes sample in Fairy Royalty ~
This is a charcoal-green with deep burgundy shimmers.   This will be great for a smokey eye. 

Extra Sample ~ Mittens for MichaelThis is a beautiful deep plum color, similar to Northman but brighter and more shimmery.   Usually our extra samples are a look into the theme for next month’s VC.    Could it be The Office?


  1. Don’t Think So Loud
  2. Northman
  3. Compton
  4. Quinn
  5. Merlotte
  6. Mittens for Michael
  7. Fairy Royalty

Do you subscribe to Notoriously Morbid’s Vanishing Cabinet?  What did you think of this month’s collection and do you have a favorite?


 [ descriptions in italics from http://www.notoriouslymorbid.com/ ]



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