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REVIEW: NARS NATURAL RADIANT LONGWEAR FOUNDATION

Hello everyone, and happy 2018! I thought I’d start this year off with an honest, in-depth review of a brand new foundation from NARS. To start, I truly love NARS’ complexion products. Their Sheer Glow Foundation is one of my all time favorites, so I was super excited when I first heard a couple of months ago that this new foundation was launching.

I’m going to start this review first by telling you a little bit about my skin and what I look for in a foundation. Typically, I’m more on the oily side- but since its been a little drier here in Phoenix, my skin has been more of a dry-combination type. I love full coverage, so I like foundations that are a true full or a medium buildable. Currently, I prefer more of a natural-radiant finish-something that isn’t going to enhance my dry areas or my areas with fine lines. However, I still tend to get a shiny t-zone at the end of the day and that’s where foundations tend to separate a little on my skin. I also typically have longer work days, and I work in the cosmetic industry- SO, I need something that is truly going to last all day.

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Here is the full description on Sephora.com on the foundation:

NARS’ first 16-hour foundation has a lightweight, breathable, fade-resistant formula and features medium-to-full, buildable coverage in 33 skin-matching shades to fit all skin tones and undertones. The transfer-resistant, sweat-resistant formula stays color-true all day, and continues to look fresh and vibrant, as if it was just applied. This formula features superior blendability for an imperceptible effect that looks natural, like skin. It doesn’t look or feel cakey, heavy, drying, or masking. A unique combination of translucent base with micronized amino acid-coated pigments and mineral tone-balancing powders mimic skin’s tone, fusing with it for the closest match. NARS’ Skin Optimizing Complex—a blend of raspberry, apple, and watermelon extracts—helps support skin’s elastic fibers to smooth and improve skin’s appearance over time for optimal radiance.

Other important things to know:

  • paraben-free
  • oil-free
  • fragrance-free
  • non-drying
  • dermatologist-tested
  • non-comedeogenic

That description literally sounds like a foundation-junkie’s dream come true. I purchased a bottle in the shade Punjab, the same shade I wear in Sheer Glow.

How I applied it: So I know NARS has always suggested fingers when applying his complexion products, but its just so hard for me to get used to that. So what I did was I took the advice of warming it up with my fingers first, applied it to my skin- then blended it out with a damp beauty sponge. (I’ve been obsessed with the Morphe one lately)

Now I must warn you, a little goes a very long way! So over applying will not make the foundation last as long and I learned that the first time I wore it. The way it applies and blends out though really reminds me of a “second-skin” like formula. It doesn’t feel like you’re applying a heavy mask-like foundation at all. That’s one of the things I love the most about it.

So I applied my concealer, the foundation and then I set as always with my favorite translucent powder, the Too Faced Born This Way Ethereal Setting Powder.

Hours 1-3: Foundation looks absolutely flawless. Since I do like a lot of setting powder, I definitely look more on the semi-matte side, but only because I know throughout the day- my natural oils will start to produce and will make me not look as matte.

Hours 4-6: Now that it has truly set on my skin, I actually love the way it looks even more. It has a beautiful natural finish to where it just looks like my skin but enhanced.

Hours 7-9: Foundation still looks great, I do have to touch up my t-zone with a little bit of powder and it looks pretty much back to how it looked when I first applied it. No matter what, my chin and nose area starts to break up foundation, but it definitely isn’t as bad as other ones I’ve tried.

 

Overall, I would definitely recommend this foundation to everyone- except those who are extremely oily, or if you prefer a matte finish all day. If you do decide to try this foundation, just remember to warm it up with your fingers first, and that less is more. One of the things I also really like about this foundation, is that it is a skincare based product so it will actually nourish your skin at the same time which is always a plus. Here is an un-edited selfie from when I first applied it too- you can see how natural and full coverage it is:

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You can purchase the foundation at Ulta or Sephora and it retails for $49. I hope you guys enjoyed this post and found it useful! I also finally purchased a MacBook for myself, so I plan on blogging much more, as it will be much easier with a faster computer 🙂

Thanks for reading,

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A CONCEALER BETTER THAN TARTE SHAPE TAPE?!

Yep, you read right. As I’m sure you know, Tarte’s Shape Tape concealer is probably the most used/loved concealer at the moment. It’s been out for about a year now- and it has been every makeup lover’s go to for concealing and highlighting/contouring. It originally retailed at $24 and it is now up to $27 for a 0.33 oz tube. One thing I noticed personally is that I went through my tubes pretty fast. I also feel like I don’t use nearly as much as most people do, because it is so full coverage that I don’t think you need to use a ton to get the job done.

The main reason why I like the concealer is because of how full coverage it is, and how it blends effortlessly into the skin. The only downside is that it can be a little drying- but its not excessively drying on my skin. When suggesting concealers to clients, if the Shape Tape is too dry for them, I love to recommend the Too Faced Born This Way concealer. That concealer is amazing because it has hyaluronic acid, alpine rose and coconut water in it, to keep the under eye nice and hydrated. I actually sometimes mix Shape Tape with BTW concealer to get the coverage/hydration I want. BTW is amazing, but honestly it is not as full coverage as I personally prefer.

Anyway…. recently I was watching a YouTuber named Lustrelux or Katy, and she was talking about some of her favorite products recently. One of the products she mentioned is my new favorite concealer that this post is about…. and it is pictured below next to my Shape Tape.

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It is called Make No Mistake and it is by Sephora Collection. I decided to pick this up in the same shade Katy uses during the VIB Rouge Sale. I am honestly SHOOK by this product. First of all, it retails for $14 for a 0.33oz tube. So about HALF the price of Shape Tape for the same amount of product. It is sooo creamy and hydrating, but not too much to where it creases. I’m going to show you a picture of it applied under my eyes before and after baking/setting with a banana powder.

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Tarte Shape Tape color: Light Neutral

Sephora Make No Mistake color: 08 Caraway

I mean… it is just CRAZY how much more coverage the Sephora concealer has!!! As you can see in the Shape Tape pictures, I still have some visible darkness. In the first picture of the MNM concealer, you can see how much more hydration the product has. Even though I still have fine lines under my eyes, I definitely think they are less visible with the Sephora concealer. I applied about the same amount under each eye, and blended it out using a damp beauty sponge. To bake, I used the same sponge and translucent powder. To further set, I went over it with a fluffy brush and a yellow based brightening powder (banana powder). I am just so impressed and happy to have found a less expensive alternative to the Shape Tape. You guys have to go and pick one of these babies up, you’ll thank me later! Purchase the concealer here. 🙂

I hope you guys enjoyed this post and please let me know what you think if you try it. Even though it worked for me it might not work the same for you so please let me know! Thank you so much for reading.

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HELLO, SUMMER! MY GO-TO PRODUCTS FOR THE SEASON

Hi everyone! In this post, I’m going to talk about some of my go-to products that I will be using all summer. Besides work, I don’t really plan on doing a full glam look every day this summer. However, if I’m going to the pool or doing something casual, these are the products I have already been using/ plan on using this season. I live in Arizona, and it gets hot as HELL here so these products will protect your skin/be sweat-proof and waterproof to last all day. Without further ado, here they are!

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So I am going to in order on how you would apply these products starting with primer:

heartToo Faced Hangover Face Primer– $32. This primer is B O M B. It is coconut water infused- so it is SUPER hydrating for the skin, but it’s not greasy-hydrating like some primers can be. I’m oily, and I actually love and can use this primer. It has a lovely scent to it too and it just feels so refreshing to pat it into the skin. This primer also has probiotics and skin revivers to help wake up and refresh your skin- especially if you are feeling dull and tired. This can actually double as a moisturizer too- so if you’re someone who doesn’t like to layer too many products on your skin before makeup, this would be perfect for you. Plus, glycerin as an ingredient also helps to really adhere makeup to your skin and keep it on all day.

IT Cosmetics Your Skin but Better CC Cream with SPF 50+– $38. So this product has been popular for quite some time now and I’ve always heard great things about it. A few months ago when Sephora finally got IT Cosmetics in, I purchased one to see what the hype was about. Honestly it’s amazing… this product is so versatile. You can use a pump with your fingertips and get a nice even coverage if you’re going to the pool, or going to run some errands. OR you can use a sponge or a brush to get a super FULL coverage for a night out. The best part about this foundation is that its soo good for your skin. It is full of hydration, its anti-aging, and it has vitamins A, B, C, and E that address many skin concerns. And the SPF is amazing! Its rare to find a product with SPF 50! The hype is real and worth it on this one for sure.

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heartBenefit Cosmetics GALifornia Sunny Golden Pink Blush– $29. Soooo ever since I got this blush, at the end of April, I haven’t used anything else. It’s honestly the perfect summer shade! It goes with every kind of look too and I think that’s why I’m constantly picking it up. It is described as a “bright pink with shimmering gold”, which gives overall a peachy appearance. What’s nice about peachy tones, is that they look good on literally every skin tone. Also what’s lovely about this blush is that it has a pink grapefruit and vanilla scent! It smells like you’re on vacation! Perfect summer blush if you have been looking for one.

heartToo Faced – Dark Chocolate Soleil Deep/Tan Matte Bronzer– $30. I’ve been a fan of the Too Faced bronzers for years now, they will always be my go-to. In the Chocolate Soleil franchise, it comes in three shades, basically a light, medium, and dark. All of them are matte (no shimmer) and with a very neutral undertone. I’m currently using the Dark Chocolate one for my contour and I love how buttery it glides on the skin, and how natural it looks. You can use these to contour, or you can dust it all over to warm up your skin and give a natural faux-tan kind of look! Perfect if you self-tan or have a natural tan and you need your face to match your body. It is infused with cocoa powder, so it is very hydrating for the skin. Also, yes, it has a heavenly chocolate scent (and technically taste too if you happen to get some flecks on your lips/tongue) 🙂

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heartHourglass Voyeur Waterproof Liquid Liner– $34. Ahhhh. Last month I mentioned a liquid liner that I loved, because I am a liquid liner girl. I recently started using this one and I fell in love! Felt tips are awesome and super easy to use, and Hourglass recently launched this one. It makes creating wings so easy and seamless, the brush just glides on. What I love about this one too is how long-wearing and waterproof it is. My left eye is constantly watering, and I usually have to re-apply my liner in the corner because it will come off from the watering. I was with a friend recently out and of course my eye was watering. I kept asking him, “is my wing messed up?!” and he kept saying yes but I thought for sure he was lying because I had kept wiping it. I looked in my phone front-camera- and sure enough it was still there! That’s when I knew this liner was the real deal.

heartToo Faced Better Than Sex Waterproof Mascara– $23. Let me start off by saying in the past, I never liked the Better Than Sex Mascara. I don’t know why really, but I also don’t really remember the last time I tried it. I gave the waterproof version a try recently and I forgot why I hated it! The hourglass shaped brush gives the most insane volume with only a couple of strokes. It gives that awesome false lash look we all want in a mascara. I did give it the true test too, I went swimming with it on and it did not budge. I even rubbed my eyes and no smearing! It’s perfect for the summer and water activities if you still want to wear mascara. And yes, as long as you have a good eye makeup remover (I recommend an oil based)- it will come off easily.

heartTarte Rainforest of the Sea 4-in-1 Setting Mist– $25. Last but not least, setting spray! Any kind is really a must have for the summer to set and refresh your skin, but I like this one because it really has a ton of skincare benefits. The four things it can do is act as a primer, setting spray, hydrating mist, and a skin refresher. I’ve been using it before applying my skin care as almost a booster for the products that I apply after. I also use it as a setting spray, and a refresher if I’m out at the pool and I need a pick me up. It has soooo many ingredients that are great for your skin to help soothe, hydrate and refresh the skin. The scent is beautiful as well, I could bathe in this stuff!

 

Well that’s it for my summer go-tos, I hope you guys enjoyed reading this! I would love to hear what you think of these if you already have them, or if you go and purchase them! What are YOUR summer go-to products?! I wanna know!

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NEW BRAND ALERT: PRETTY VULGAR

Hi everyone! So sorry it’s been so long since I posted last, a lot of changes have been happening in my life! I recently after almost 4 years, left Sephora. I decided to pursue my freelance career which is something I’ve always wanted to do, and I honestly couldn’t be happier with my decision! I will miss Sephora a lot, and I am so happy to have had the experience.

Ok back to the review, so I am going to be talking about some products I purchased from a brand new brand that recently launched on Sephora.com. And yes, the brand is really called “Pretty Vulgar” haha. Here’s a little background on the brand:

According to their website, prettyvulgar.com, they were created by a group of makeup artists, industry vets, and innovators who were inspired by the different colors and characteristics of birds around them (hence the bird cages on their packaging). What I also learned, and what I LOVE about the brand is that they are cruelty-free, free of parabens, sulfates, phthalates and more. Which is important to me, because those ingredients can be super harmful to the skin and break you out.

Also, the brand really believes in celebrating your personal uniqueness that makes you you, and encourages diversity, trying new things, and learning from each other. Pretty neat concept, I love the positivism and how they accept all types of girls and guys weather you’re super girly, or more on the edgy side. I’m assuming that’s how they came up with the name “Pretty Vulgar” since those words are quite opposite.

Lets talk about product. I purchased two items in the line that I feel I use the most: setting spray and lipstick. The packaging honestly is what really made me curious about the line, I mean just look how girly and adorable it is!

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I’m obsessed. So the setting spray is called the Lock it In Setting Spray and it retails for $30. I’m kinda sad because I thought it would have the old school sprayer where you squeeze the pink handle, but it’s just for looks. So this is just a regular setting spray that all skin types can use to extend the wear of your makeup, and add moisture to your skin. I feel like it did just that, and I do really like the product. I feel like setting spray in general is a must-have, because it really just melts any powders into the skin, making the makeup appear over-all more skin-like. This one has no scent at all, which was kind of disappointing but in all honesty better, because fragrance can be a skin irritant. Overall I definitely love this product, and I love how beautiful it looks on my vanity!

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The second product I got is their My Lips are Sealed Liquid Lipstick in the shade Secret Sabotage which goes for $24 a tube. I’m going to start off by saying how much I adore this color. It is a beautiful metallic mauve-nude color and whenever I wear it I get so many compliments from strangers! That rarely happens when I wear a lip color, so I know this one is special. The formula is definitely like a vinyl-gloss, not so much a “liquid lipstick”. I was thinking this would be like a metallic stain to where it would completely dry down and not transfer. But it’s definitely more of a long-wear gloss, which is still nice because it does last a long time on the lips. It also isn’t sticky, and it doesn’t dry your lips out like some glosses can.

I am super impressed with this brand, the packaging is adorable, and the products are top quality. I can’t wait to try some more items out from this line!! You guys should check them out as well and let me know what you end up trying!

Until next time (which hopefully won’t be too long),

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SPRING CLEANING: EMPTIES

Hi everyone! Happy Spring. (Even though in Phoenix it’s already hot as hell) ugh. Anyways, I’ve been collecting some empties for a while in this big bag, so I thought I’d share with you all my reviews on them, then finally toss them out! So here it goes:

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heartU.F.O Ultra- Clarifying Face Oil by Sunday Riley 0.5oz for $40– I’m going to start off by saying that I’ve tried quite of few of products now from this line, and it has definitely become one of my favorite brands. This is a medicated dry oil to help clear congested pores and breakouts. I wore this as my night time moisturizer- because I’m on the oilier side, this was enough moisture for me to wear by itself. If you are dry, I would layer a moisturizer on top. A lot of oily people like myself don’t realize that facial oils are actually amazing for oily skin, because oil balances out oil. When I used this every night, I saw a huge improvement in my skin, it was over all not as oily- and it did clear up quite a bit. I definitely would recommend this for any type of breakout/acne prone skin. The main ingredients in this are: 1.5% salicylic acid (clears congested pores and treats breakouts), tea tree oil and black cumin seed oil (help to purify and keep skin clear), licorice root and hexylresorcinol (brighten and fade acne scarring/discoloration on the skin).

heartMartian Mattifying Melting Water-Gel Toner by Sunday Riley for $80 (full size)– So I actually very recently in the last few days just finished my little trial size of this toner. In the past, I really never incorporated a toner into my routine and I’m not really sure why. I had gotten this one in gratis along with the mini UFO oil- and had used it maybe once and steered away because I didn’t like the smell. One of my co-workers had told me how much they loved it and how it helped keep their skin extra clean and balanced, so I decided to give it a try again. I feel like I had been missing that toner step for so long and now I can’t go without using a toner. After I cleansed- I would pump this onto a cotton pad and sweep my whole face with it then toss it. I would then follow with my serum and moisturizer. Lately my skin has been a lot more clear than normal and I have added and taken away some products and this was one of them I added and I truly felt it made a difference. The main ingredients in this one are: bentonite clay (pulls out pore-clogging dirt and excess oil from the skin), marshmallow extract (soothes redness and irritation), cucumber, green tea, and witch hazel extract (tone + tighten the skin), and manuka (purifying + clarifying).

heartÉnergie de Vie The Refreshing & Refining Light Lotion-In Gel by Lancôme for $50– Soooo I actually think this product is being discontinued because it’s sold out online and I haven’t seen it in stores in a while. I actually think it was replaced by this item, which I have also used- but stopped using cause something better came along. Honestly, I do LOVE how light these products are, but I don’t feel like it did much for my skin. I also feel like when I was using them my skin wasn’t the best when I was using it and I think it might have something to do with all the fragrance in the product. I mean it smells awesome, but I feel like fragrance breaks my skin out sometimes so I try to not use stuff that has too much in it. This product is supposed to “wake your skin up” and I do admit I felt refreshed after putting this on in the morning, but my skin is doing better without it.

heartIntensive Pore Minimizer by Perricone MD 4 oz for $60– Omg. I loved this product SOOO much. I would use it on a cotton pad after I cleansed in the evening any time I had any sort of breakout, or breakout forming. This stuff would clear it up almost overnight.It has little chunks of magnesium in it (you have to shake the bottle before each use), which goes in and really clears out the pores and soothes any sort of inflamed breakout. What I also liked about this, is that it didn’t dry my skin out at all. My skin really felt clean and refreshed after using this product, and I also noticed a size change in my pores. Would definitely recommend for any sort of problem skin. The main ingredients in this are: DMAE (tightens the skin), alpha lipoic acid (gently exfoliates), and salicylic acid (treats breakouts).

Razor Sharp Water-Resistant Longwear Liquid Eyeliner in Perversion by Urban Decay for $22– If you want that wing-so-sharp-to-cut-someone type of winged liner, this is the product for you honey. If you know me, you know how much I love my winged liner and I’m seriously obsessed with this liner AND this formula. I’ve repurchased it a couple of times, because no other liner I’ve used has this thin of a tip to get that super sharp and precise line. I also really never noticed how truly black and matte the formula is until I started getting compliments at work all the time from clients. I love this liner so much! I also dries super fast and stays all day so you don’t have to worry about smudging or flaking. This liner also comes in a ton of different colors, I have the white one as well I love to use to create some fun graphic liner looks. You need this!!!

 

Okay that’s all I have for this round of empties- I honestly have soo many others I need to talk about but I’m going to split it up into multiple posts. As always, any feedback or take-aways you got from this are much appreciated it! Thank you soo much for reading and I hope you loved this post. Until next time,

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BYE BYE BEAUTY BLENDER!

I’m going to start this post off by saying I definitely LOVE the original Beauty Blender brand. Their sponges are so soft and blend out foundation and concealer perfectly. I honestly don’t prefer to use brushes for foundation/concealer anymore since I started using them. But let’s be real, they are $20 a sponge- not the most affordable option since they only last a few months. Since Beauty Blender’s have gotten big in the makeup industry, there has been many dupes that have come out. I’ve seen, felt, and used some dupes and they are definitely not the same. Not as soft, or apply product the same as an original Beauty Blender. I had given up on trying to find a cheaper, but as good alternative. That is until I found these sponges pictured below!

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So the first one I took a chance and purchased off of Amazon. It is from the brand Aesthetica and it is their beauty sponge. You can purchase it here for $9.99 A lot of the dupes out there range from 99 cents-$6.99 which is pretty inexpensive. I saw this one had great reviews and the price was $9.99 which is half the price of a Beauty Blender, so I decided to take a chance and try it out. Sooo…. I’m. In. Love. Honesty don’t think I will buy another Beauty Blender again. This sponge is best used wet- like the Beauty Blender. You just run it under a faucet, then squeeze out the excess water until it is damp. I always squeeze mine in a towel as well- to make sure there isn’t water still coming out of it. I start by brushing my foundation on with a flat foundation brush, and then I blend it out with the Aesthetica sponge. I do a pouncing motion on my skin until the foundation is blended out. You will notice by using a beauty sponge that your foundation is blended flawlessly with no streaks, and with almost a skin-like finish. It’s amazing!! So if you’ve been looking for a great way to apply your foundation and don’t want to spend $20 on a Beauty Blender, please try this sponge!!

The next one is a sponge that Sephora collection recently came out with, and as sold in a pack of two. They are called the Pointer sponge. And like the name says, they actually have a little space for your pointer finger to go into and it makes the sponge super easy to use! I do like getting these wet as well, and ringing out the excess water to make sure it is damp. I use this sponge to blend out my concealer, as well as apply my under eye setting powder (yes you can apply powders with damp beauty sponges and it works AMAZINGLY.) I start by applying my concealer to the areas where I want to concealer and highlight, and then I take the sponge and use pouncing motions back and forth until the concealer is blended. It seriously blends like a DREAM. I then pick up with the sponge, my all time favorite under-eye setting powder (which can technically be used as a concealer by itself, but I like it on top of my under-eye concealer to really brighten that area) the Bareminerals Well Rested Spf 20 powder, and do the same patting motion back and forth until the powder is set and there are no creases. These sponges make your under eye concealer apply seamlessly, and if you have an issue with your concealer creasing, try these sponges out and the powder! Oh, and best part is that these sponges are $12 for the two.

To clean these, I actually love to use the original Beauty Blender cleansers. I have the solid bar soap kind, and the liquid kind and nothing cleans them better. I actually prefer the liquid cleanser which I’ll link below. I try to clean them after every use, if not every other use. It’s best to clean these often to ensure they last as long as they can, and they don’t hold in bacteria from your skin. You just get the sponge full of the cleanser and just rinse out until the sponge is its original color.

Break down of product links and prices:
Aestheitca Sponge– $9.99
Sephora The Pointer– $12
Bareminerals Well Rested Spf 20 powder-$20
Beautyblender ‘Liquid Blendercleanser’ Makeup Sponge Cleanser-$18

I hope you guys found this post helpful, and I hope you can try these out! Let me know what you think 🙂

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REVIEW: LAURA MERCIER INTENSE CLAYS EDITORIAL EYE PALETTE

 

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Hi everyone! I’ve been meaning to do this post for quite some time now, and I’m so excited to share this review with you. I was sent a  Laura Mercier Intense Clays Editorial Eye Palette  via Influenster complimentary to try out and review. If you don’t know what Influenster is, it’s a site that sends users free product of all different categories to test out and give honest reviews. The more you participate, the more products you will receive. If you are interested in trying it out, you can sign up here. Anyways, back to the review!

I’m going to make this short and sweet for you guys, so here it goes. As you can see in the photo above, the shadows are pretty pigmented. There are three matte colors, three shimmers and a setting powder. I’m not much of a heavy smokey eye girl, but if you are this would definitely be the perfect palette for you. I like how simple it is, and not intimidating with a ton of colors. The matte shades pick up well on a brush, but I will say the metallic shades applied better with finger tips. I created a really simple look which you can view a mini tutorial and a picture of on my Instagram which is @cecily_mua. I only used three of the shades which is un heard of for me, because I always feel like I have to use multiple shades to create a smokey eye. The dark colors blend sooo easily and gave a really nice gradient look.

The one thing I really like in the palette is actually the setting powder. It’s meant to go on top of a finished eye shadow look to set the colors in place all day. It has a slight shimmer to it as well, but not enough to change the look of the shadows. I struggle with pretty oily eyelids and they are also slightly hooded. This makes it hard to wear smokey eyes because it will end up creasing half way through the day. These shadows stayed in place ALL day with the setting powder. I was so impressed I’m definitely going to use the setting powder with other eye shadows and every look I create.

Overall its a beautiful, simple palette. I would definitely recommend it if you’re looking for a nice, small palette with a BOMB setting powder I would check it out for sure. Laura Mercier is the queen of setting powders for the face, so it was definitely a brilliant idea to create one for the eyes. I hope you guys liked this review, and as always feel free to send me any feedback, or things you would like to see/read about. Thank you for reading!

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