Wow this list is great! I didn't know 'HG' stands for the Holy Grail.
I shop online a lot and need to rely on the products description to understand what I'll actually get in the end - so here's my list:
* A Palette is a set that includes many eyeshadows, lip colors, or blushes.
* Matte - doesnt have any shimmer or glitter.
* Satin - leans towards matte bus has some shimmer.
* Frosty - shiny or has a duo-chrome finish.
* Metallic - shiny but not glittery, much like metal.
* Bleed/Bled - usually means a lip product that after wear can leave residue on the outer part of the lip.
* Fall-out - a powdery eyeshadow that flakes or dust onto other parts of the face.
* Chalky - very powdery and of low quality - very hard to blend
* To "foil" - to use an eyeshadow with a damp or wet brush, creating a more vibrant or pigmented effect.
* To "stipple" - to use a duo-fiber stippling brush with a foundation to create an airbrush look.
* Low-end - drugstore products/affordable products.
* High-end - department store/exclusive makeup.