2017 · beauty · beauty blogger · makeup · Review

Review: NYX In Your Element

NYX EarthPalette Review

It’s time for the second eyeshadow palette review that I have planned this month, last week I talked about the Colourpop She Palette and this week I’m going to be talking about the NYX In Your Element Earth Palette. They recently came out with six of these palettes in the line of eyeshadow palettes, all of which are based on an element, I personally have picked up two of these but today I am focusing solely on the Earth palette, so let’s just jump into this review.

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2017 · Bath · beauty · beauty blogger · Lush · Review

Review: Lush Secret Arts Jelly Bomb

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Today I have a Lush review for you guys, it’s one of their new products and one from the Halloween range, which didn’t interest me a whole lot this year. I purchased two other things from the range and I’m debating picking up one other thing, but for the most part, the Halloween range wasn’t super exciting for me. Anyway, this is the only Halloween lush post I have planned for this month, so let’s get talking about the Secret Arts Jelly Bomb.

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2017 · beauty · beauty blogger · makeup · Review

Review: Colourpop She Palette

Colourpop She PaletteReview

It’s time for a review and for something new series wise, I think this is a sign that I am purchasing way too much makeup since I have so many new things to review, either that or I’m finally starting to catch up with the mass amount of things that I have to write about. Either way, every Sunday there will be a new eyeshadow palette review, this one isn’t as themed as the past two months have been but still a series nonetheless, at least I think so. I’m starting out with the Colourpop She Palette, so let’s jump into this review.

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2017 · beauty · beauty blogger · makeup · Review

Disney Inspired: Rapunzel

Disney Inspired

It’s time for another Disney inspired makeup look, which I am super excited about, as I always am, I say as a person who has done this post a total of three times now, but I love it and am very excited! Last month I did Megara and this month I am doing Rapunzel, partly because I got a request last month to do Rapunzel and partly because I love Rapunzel and knew I was going to do her eventually. So, let’s just jump right on in!

I’m not sure how well I utilized this set of inspiration photos, I think I pulled more from the colors than anything else with this one. I feel like with the last two I did something a little more literal, whereas this one seems a little bit more like the essence of Rapunzel. Either way, these are the photos that I used for inspiration for my Rapunzel makeup!

I wanted to do something based on the colors of Rapunzel, she wears mostly purple, has golden hair and while I know Pascal isn’t part of her, he’s always with her and he’s green. Which is how we got to this look, I’m quite happy with how it turned out, although I will say it’s not quite as good as last month, but I love Rapunzel and am really glad I did her.

NYX Shadow Base In White

A Random Gold Eyeshadow I’m Not Sure Where I got

Kat Von D Shade & Light Contour Quad in Plum. Define and Contour Shades.

Too Faced Totally Cute Palette in Clover and Ice Cream Cutie

NYX Ultimate Shadow Palette Brights in Light and Dark Purple

Benefit Roller Lash Mascara in Black

Lime Crime Hi-Lite Mermaids Palette in Seashell

Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz in Taupe

Milk Makeup Blur Stick

Mac Strobe Cream

The Ordinary Coverage Foundation in 1.0NS

NYX HD Concealer in Alabaster

Urban Decay Naked Skin Concealer in Light Neutral

NYX Blotting Powder in Light

NYX HD Blush in Taupe

NYX Ombre Blush in Mauve Me

Essence Eyeshadow in Snowflake

NYX Matte Setting Spray

The Estee Edit The Barest Contour Lip Liner in In The Buff

Tonymoly Bunny Gloss Bar in Peach

Wow, I didn’t really realize how many products I actually used to do this one, I don’t know if I’m impressed or ashamed. I think I’m a little bit impressed. I’m pretty happy with how this turned out and I think it’s pretty clear what Disney character this is.

What character should I do next month?


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2017 · beauty · beauty blogger · makeup · Review

Review: NYX Go To Palette in Bon Voyage


NYX Go To Palette

It is time for the final all in one palette review, if you missed last weeks you can find it here, but anyway, I think this weeks review might be the only palette one might call all in one. This is the NYX Go-To Palette in Bon Voyage. Let’s just jump right on into this review!

20170805_141505This palette retails for $16.99, this is the lowest price of all the palettes I’ve reviewed. This comes with six eyeshadows, a highlighter, blush, and bronzer, basically, everything that you need for a full face look. The great thing about all of these products being in one package is that they all go really well together, as you would probably assume. This has a total weight of 0.54 oz, which isn’t too bad if you ask me.


I find this one to be much more of an evening or dramatic palette, although the look I created and will be sharing down below was a lot softer and more office appropriate, so this palette may look very dramatic but it’s pretty versatile too, which I really like, especially on a trip somewhere.

All of the shadows in the pan appear to have a shimmer to them, and almost all of them do, the only one that I find doesn’t really have any shimmer to it is the light brown shade, it looks like it would be a little bit shimmery but it’s not, it swatched and applies more matte than anything. The highlighter has a shimmer to it, of course, but the blush and the bronzer are completely matte, which I really appreciate.

Now, to talk a little bit about formula. I enjoy this formula, it has the tiniest bit of kickback to it but barely, but it’s also not hard either, it’s a nice texture. If I were complaining I would like it to be just a tad softer, but I’m perfectly alright with it as it is.


I found these to be pretty pigmented, as you might be able to see now, and I also found these super easy to work with and very easy to blend. I think this palette works really well together in terms of shades, although I could see myself pulling in a couple of other shades from time to time that I think would work well in here. Mostly a really pretty champagne kind of lid shade.

These shadow shades are stunning, the purple and green are really stunning jewel-toned shades that are just so pretty. The next is a really soft and warm brown matte shade that I think is perfect for the crease, then a really light cream shade with the slightest bit of shimmer to it, which I personally think looks really nice all over the lid. The next is this really pretty purple-brown shimmer shade, I don’t really know how to describe it exactly but I do know that I find it very pretty and interesting. Lastly is a black with the slightest bit of shimmer in it, I am personally not that favorable of black eyeshadows but I also think it makes a lot of sense in this palette. I enjoy the highlighter, it’s really pretty subtle but it is there, the blush is gorgeous, it’s the perfect matte peach blush and I love it, though I think it seems a tiny bit random with this palette and the bronzer is not a shade for me, but it’s very pigmented and should be used with a light hand I think.

This is the look that I came up with, I’m actually very happy with how it turned out, the eyeshadow looks really nice and great for the daytime, the highlighter is there but it’s not in your face either, and I really just love this blush.

Overall, it’s a look that I’m very happy with and I’m excited to play with this palette some more. I like this palette and am now eyeing the other shade of this one a little bit.

Do you prefer traveling with only one palette or do you prefer options?


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2017 · Battle · beauty · beauty blogger · makeup · Review

Battle: Urban Decay Naked Skin Concealer vs. NYX HD Concealer

Battle- Urban DecayVs.Nyx Concealer

I’m back with another battle post this month! I’ve been trying to do these every month since I started doing them in March, so far I’ve only missed one month, which I am a bit disappointed in myself over, but either way, I am here this month with a new one. This one is all about concealer, which may be why you clicked on this post, I will be testing the Urban Decay Naked Skin Weightless Complete Coverage Concealer in Light Neutral against the NYX HD Photo Concealer in Alabaster. I believe I’ve seen that these two are supposed to be dupes on Pinterest, so let’s put them to the test and find out what I think about these two as dupes.


Let’s start this one out by talking about the packaging, I am aware the packaging doesn’t really matter in terms of if something is a dupe or not, but I like to talk a little bit about it just to compare. I only have a mini of the Urban Decay concealer but I imagine that the full size looks the same and feels about the same. I honestly don’t really notice a quality difference between the packaging of these two, neither are particularly cheap but neither feel high end either. I will say, I think I prefer the Urban Decay packaging a little bit more but this is all based purely on appearance, I just feel like it looks cleaner and brighter, which is something that I prefer.

Now we’re going to talk about the price and how much you get with each product, a full size of the Urban Decay will run you $29.00 and you get 0.16 oz of product, whereas the NYX one will run you $4.99 and you get a total of 0.11oz of product. There is a little bit of difference in price but if these two are dupes, the NYX one ends up being considerably cheaper, it may have a little less product but you can purchase nearly six of these for the same price as the Urban Decay one.

The other thing to note about these two is that the Urban Decay one comes in fourteen different shades and the NYX one is twenty-two different shades, although three of those shades are color correctors so there is that. Urban Decay also sells color correctors but it’s kind of sold as a different product, but that’s just something to keep in mind when talking about the shade range. Still, I think so far the NYX one is looking a lot better just based on price and shade options, but I think the most important part is the wear and formula of the product.

I’m going to put off the formula discussing for just a little bit longer to talk about the wands, you can see the NYX one to the right and you can see the Urban Decay one down below. The sponges are not the same, this one is more of a classic doe foot applicator and the Urban Decay one is more of a flat and skinny one, I don’t really have a preference of one over the other, they are basically the same if you ask me. I’m going to put off the formula discussing for just a little bit longer to talk about the wands, you can see the NYX one to the right and you can see the Urban Decay one down below. The sponges are not the same, this one is more of a classic doe foot applicator and the Urban Decay one is more of a flat and skinny one, I don’t really have a preference of one over the other, they are basically the same if you ask me.

I’m going to put off the formula discussing for just a little bit longer to talk about the wands, you can see the NYX one to the left and you can see the Urban Decay one to the right. The sponges are not the same, the NYX one is more of a classic doe foot applicator and the Urban Decay one is more of a flat and skinny one, I don’t really have a preference of one over the other, they are basically the same if you ask me.


I guess the most obvious thing about these two are that they are not the same shade, not even close, I could have probably found a better match in the Urban Decay but I was just wanting to get a mini to try it out. Spoiler, I would have liked it more if the shade was right. The left is the Urban Decay and the right is the NYX.

I personally do not think these two are dupes, I just don’t find that the formula matches up quite right. I find that the Urban Decay feels a little more lightweight but has better coverage than the NYX, which is a huge bonus for it. I actually used the NYX HD concealer for quite some time and did not expect to have any doubts in my mind that it would be better, but I’m thinking the Urban Decay one might be something I like a little more. I do like that the NYX one is more brightening, but that may be more to do with the shade choice than the formula.


In this photo, I am wearing the NYX concealer under my right eye, which is the left in the photo, and the Urban Decay on the left which is the right in the photo. That may have been a bit confusing but I think that makes sense. I think that while the NYX side looks brighter, the Urban Decay side looks a lot more well covered like it covered up my under eye bags better.

There is a difference in texture as well, I find that the Urban Decay one feels a little bit more whipped whereas the NYX one feels more creamy and a little bit thicker.

The other thing to note about these two is that the Urban Decay one has a little bit of an odor to it, nothing over the top or overwhelming about it, but it does, whereas I don’t really smell anything with the NYX one other than maybe a little bit of that generic makeup kind of smell. Neither are offensive or irritating to the eyes or skin.

So, overall I do not think these are dupes, I think both are fine concealers but I do think that the Urban Decay one is better, neither of these are my all time favorite concealer, but I do think they are both nice. Not dupes in the slightest bit though.

What dupes would you like to see?


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2017 · beauty · beauty blogger · Review

Review: BH Cosmetics Carli Bybel Delux Palette

Carli Bybel Review

It’s Friday again, which means it is time for me to review another all in one type of palette, last week we were at the higher end of things and this week we’re a little more low end. This week I will be reviewing the BH Cosmetics Carli Bybel Deluxe Palette, I picked this up on a whim, this is the slightly larger Carli Bybel palette, but anyway, let’s just get into talking about this one.

20170805_141952This palette retails at $22.50, I know l just said this is more on the low end, but I still stick by this, last week it was $24.00 for four eyeshadows and two cheek products, this one, however, is $22.50 and you get fifteen eyeshadows and six highlighter kind of products, and the total weight of this one is 10.0 oz, which is a fair amount more product, so I personally think it’s safe to say that this one is more cost efficient.

This one was a little bit of a whim but at the same time I had heard a ton of people talking about this one, so it was a whim in the sense of I really didn’t originally have plans to get this one but all the hype and the need of another palette with multiple purposes, took over me, which is why we are here.

This is another one that I don’t think really has enough in it for me to say full face, so far I’m failing at that, but this one does have a nice variety of shades and does serve more than one purpose, which is why we are talking about it this month.

20170805_142020This one comes with a bunch of eyeshadows up to, most of which seem to be more on the warm side of things, which doesn’t both me, I still like warm shadows and I think these are still interesting enough. There is a good mix of finishes in this palette, matte, shimmers and even a duochrome or two that I’ve noticed in the eyeshadows alone. These eyeshadows really vibe well together and I think they are super cohesive.

The rest are very shimmery so I assume everything else is a highlighter or blush topper, even though two of them are way too dark for me to use as either of those things, so I’ll probably not use them or end up using them as eyeshadows.

Now, to talk a little bit about the formula of these, the formula of some of these are a little different than some of the other ones, but overall I find the formula of this palette to be overall the same, it’s really nice and I think these are really soft and blendable, they don’t have a lot of fallout really and they are pretty pigmented. So, this formula is really easy to work with.

Now, for some swatches, the left photo is all of the eyeshadows and the right side are the highlighters, they don’t have names on them so I can’t really talk about specific colors. I think the eyeshadows don’t swatch as well, and honestly, I’m not sure that they’re as pigmented as I might like, or as pigmented as the highlighter. The highlighters are so impressive like they are super pigmented and these are not subtle highlighters in the slightest bit, I am really in love with these highlighters and excited to play with them more.

And time for the look that I created using this palette, I’m pretty happy with it overall, the eyeshadow isn’t quite everything that I wanted it to be but it’s still pretty nice. The highlighter is really pretty and I’m super happy with that, though I don’t feel it photographed quite as well as I would have like.

Overall I am pretty happy with this palette, I do not think it’s the best one that I’ve tried so far, but I’m not mad at it either. It’s kind of middle of the road to me.

What palette do you reach for when you go on trips?


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2017 · beauty · beauty blogger · Review

Review: Lorac Malibu Palette

Lorac Malibu Palette

Last week I talked about how I was starting another weekly thing for the month of September, so I am back with the second installment of these weekly posts. Every Friday for the month of September I will be talking about a great travel palette, some are more all in one than others, but all of the palettes that I will be talking about are great for travel and serve more than on purpose. This week I’m going to be reviewing the Lorac Malibu Palette, so let’s just jump right on in.

20170805_141808I believe Lorac just released these this past month, these are all a part of the LA line, they have four others in the line which means five total including this one. They are all the same size and have the same general idea as this one, they have four eyeshadows each and two cheek products, the types of cheek products really seem to vary from each one, which I think is interesting. These retail for $24.00 and they have a total of 0.4oz of product in them, which isn’t too bad.

I settled on this one just because this one looked like the one I’d be most interested in, they are all pretty neutral but this just called my name. I really think it was that really pretty dusty rose kind of shade that is included in this one, it almost looks like a blush shade but it’s not, it’s an eyeshadow. I’m sure you’re thinking I could use that as a blush too but we’ll get to that later.


This one comes with four eyeshadows, a bronzer, and a highlighter. I really kind of wanted one with a highlighter just because I really love highlighters. The shadows in this one have a more neutral kind of thing going for them, but there is that pink color that really helps bring it to a little bit of a warmer place. Three of the eyeshadows are shimmery shades for sure and the more rose color is matte, I kind of wish that they did two mattes and two shimmers, but I still enjoy the shimmer shades.

I want to talk about the formula a little bit, I am a lover of Lorac eyeshadows, I feel like a lot of people either love or hate the formula but I happen to be on the side of loving them. However, I am so disappointed in this formula, it’s not the worst but it doesn’t hold up to the standards I have for Lorac eyeshadows. Lorac eyeshadows are usually very soft and blendable, but these aren’t so soft and are just harder to work with. These aren’t the worst eyeshadows that I’ve ever used but they aren’t the typical Lorac shadows I’m used to.

20170805_141920I’m going to go over some swatches now, we’re going to go from top to bottom, as usual, so let’s start at the very top. Beachside is a really shimmer champagne kind of color, this one is right up my alley. Curfside View, this is a more gold toned kind of shade but it’s still kind of a pretty soft lid kind of shade. Morning Surf is the matte shadow, it’s really pink and it kind of looks more like a blush than an eyeshadow to me, it’s very pretty though and I’m a big fan of this shade. Route 1 is the darkest of the four shades, it’s shimmery and looks like a warm chestnut kind of shade to me. Now, it’s time to get into the two face products in the bunch, the first one is the bronzer in the shade Long Board, it’s really light but it pulls pretty orange too, so I’m not the biggest fan of it. And the last swatch is the highlighter in the shade Afternoon Rose, which I like the look of but am slightly disappointed in because I thought it would be pinker than it is, but it’s still a very pretty highlighter.

Now, to talk about the look, let’s start with the best part of the makeup and that is the eye look, while I don’t find the eye look really exciting or find that I can create a ton of different looks using these four eyeshadows, it’s a look that I am happy with and think looked nice overall. Now, let’s talk about the part that I had to wipe off, the face makeup. I ended up wiping off the face makeup because the bronzer made my face look orange, it looked dreadful and just did not work for me. I used that pinky eyeshadow as a blush, which worked alright but it isn’t something I would recommend doing. And as for the highlighter, the highlighter was completely fine, it’s pretty subtle but that is something I’m fine with because it is pretty. But, the bronzer just killed the look for me.

Overall, I kind of regret picking up this palette, it just wasn’t everything I wanted it to be and overall it was pretty middle of the road for me. I am still a little bit curious about some of the other palettes from this collection, just because I kind of want to see if this one is a dud or if they all just aren’t great, but after trying this one I’m not completely sure that I want to pick up another one even though I am curious. So, the verdict on this one is that I would just pass on this exact one.

What is your favorite palette to travel with?


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2017 · beauty · beauty blogger · Review

On Trend: Duochrome Products


I am so excited to do this post, it’s been a long while since I’ve done a trend post, in fact, it’s been over a year and a half since I did my one and only trend post, which you can find here.  I’ve been meaning to do another one but I can never quite seem to get a post together or figure out what trend I want to do, but this month I guess you can say I was feeling inspired and have decided to do a post all about duo-chrome products, they seem to be pretty popular and I’ve accumulated quite a few, all of which are either eye products or highlighters. So, let’s just jump into this post and talk about some duo-chromatic products.

PSX_20170902_152624Laura Geller Baked Gelato Swirl Illuminator in Diamond Dust – This one is limited edition, but at this very moment in time it is still available for purchase at Ulta. I think this highlighter is really interesting, it’s fun and great for the summer time if you want to read a full review you can check my review out here.

Stila Magnificent Metals Glitter & Glow Liquid Eyeshadow in Sea Siren – This is also limited edition and does not appear to be available on the Sephora website at this moment in time, not sure if there will be a restock but if there is you should for sure pick this one up if you’re looking for a really fun, purple duo-chrome liquid eye shadow. This one is so fun and also has glitter.

Makeup Geek Duochrome Highlighter in Moon Phase – This is the only highlighter I own from makeup geek and I quite like it, it doesn’t have the best formula ever but it does show up really strong and has a fun blue shift to it, while also looking icey sometimes.

NYX Strobe Of Genius Holographic Stick in Mermaid Armor – This is supposed to be holographic, but to me, it looks like a duo-chrome product. This shifts between purple and blue, it’s really quite pretty and I think this one is pretty wearable.

NYX Duo-Chromatic Illuminating Powder in Lavender Steel – This is one of the softest powders I’ve ever felt, which I personally think makes for a great product, this product is interesting to look out but probably one of the most wearable of the things in this post. It has a very strong pinky purple flash to it, it’s really interesting and I’m wishing I picked up a couple more now just to try out.

NYX Prismatic Eyeshadow in Mermaid – I love these eyeshadows! I have a few of them, I have another one that would have been even better in this post but I could find this. I love this shade so much still, it’s a really soft pretty light teal shade with a little bit of a blue shift to it, it’s very pretty.

Pacifica Rainbow Crystals Liquid Mineral Strobe Multi-Use Highlighter in Unicorn – This one is really interesting, I like to cream formula, I like the idea of these and overall I just really like this product. This one is icey white with like a pinky red shift to it, it’s fun!

Makeup Geek Duo-Chrome Shadow in Blacklight – I love Makeup Geek eyeshadows, I don’t think I’ve ever gotten one that I don’t enjoy and blacklight is actually one of my favorites. This is a really bright and little out there shade, but I find it to be very wearable and have worn it a lot of times.

Colourpop Super Shock Pigment in Kelp Me – I love this shade, it’s really bright and really fun, this is probably one of the lesser wearable shades but I also don’t think it’s that out there. This is a really bright peachy orange with a little bit of a pinky shift to it, it’s really subtle but bright.


Now, I think it’s time we talk about some swatches, because what would this post be if I didn’t show you what these products? Just not as good. I’m going to go top to bottom.

Makeup Geek Eyeshadow in Blacklight, NYX Prismatic Eyeshadow in Mermaid, Colourpop Super Shock Pigment in Kelp Me, Pacifica Rainbow Crystals Liquid Mineral Strobe Multi-Use Highlighter in Unicorn, NYX Duo-Chromatic Illuminating Powder in Lavender Steel, Stila Magnificent Metals Glitter & Glow Liquid Eyeshadow in Sea Siren, Laura Geller Baked Gelato Swirl Illuminator in Diamond Dust, NYX Strobe Of Genius Holographic Stick in Mermaid Armor and lastly Makeup Geek Duochrome Highlighter in Moon Phase.

And those are all of the swatches, all very fun and very pretty, I’m quite happy with how these all look.

I kind of really love the duo-chrome products that are floating around, so much so that I hadn’t even realized how many I had already owned. After writing this one I kind of one to pick up a few more things but I probably won’t, well maybe, we’ll see.

What other makeup trends would you want to see posts about?


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2017 · beauty · beauty blogger · Review

Review: Sephora Favorites Give Me Some Lip

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I’ve had this post sitting in my drafts for way too long, but luckily Sephora still sells the set that I will be talking about today, so I can still share my feelings on this set and talk about it without feeling like a crazy person. This is the Sephora Favorites Give Me Some Nude Lip set, let’s jump right on in and talk about this really fun set!


This set contains five mini products and one full-size product and retails for $28.00, which I personally think is a really great deal for being able to try out six mid range products, you even get a full size which is a great bonus.


This set comes with a mini Anastasia Beverly Hills Lip Gloss in Kristen, a mini Tarte Lippie Lingerie Matte Tint in Revealed, a mini Too Faced Lip Injection Glossy in Spice Girl, a Mini Marc Jacobs Enamored Hi-Shine Lip Lacquer in Sugar Sugar, a mini Nars Velvet Lip Glide in Bound and lastly a full size Urban Decay Vice Waterproof Long Lasting Lipstick in Trivial.

20170502_185419.jpgNow, I’m going to go from top to bottom and do like a mini review/overview of each shade.

Marc Jacobs Hi Shine Lip Laquer in Sugar Sugar: This is a really gorgeous gloss, it’s pretty thick and is very opaque in the application, it’s a really gorgeous peachy toned lipstick that has no shimmer in it. This does have a soft fragrance in it but nothing that’s really in your face. Overall, I actually really like this lip gloss.

Too Faced Lip Injection Glossy in Spice Girl: I am not the biggest fan of plumping lip glosses, this one is alright though, it’s not my favorite lip gloss of all time but it is nice. I don’t know that it really plumps, I honestly can’t tell. The shade is a more orange toned beige kind of nude shade with the tiniest micro gold glitter.

Nars Velvet Lip Glide in Bound: This is a product that I kind of love, it’s not matte but it’s not really super glossy either, it’s kind of somewhere in the middle, which is something that I personally enjoy. I also really love this color, it’s really quite flattering and neutral enough that I think you could wear it for any season and it still looks good.

Tarte Lippie Lingerie Matte Tint in Reveal: This is the darkest of the bunch, I love it though, it’s not my all time favorite shade but I love this formula, it’s basically the LipSurgence formula which they no longer make but was one of my favorites, I really want to pick up a more me kind of shade of this now but so far I’m enjoying this darker brown shade.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Lip Gloss in Kristin: This lip gloss is serious business, I’ve tried another one before and both of the ones I’ve tried are seriously pigmented, as you may be able to see in the swatch above. This lipgloss is a little bit sticky but with the pigmentation of this one, I’m going to let it slide.

Urban Decay Vice Waterproof Long Lasting Liquid Lipstick in Trivial: This is the only really fully matte product, I think anyway, and I’m okay with this. The color of this is really pretty, it’s a rosy pink shade, however, the formula of this is just alright. I don’t think it’s bad by any means but it’s nothing special either.

And that is the Sephora Favorite Give Me Some Nude Lip set, I think this is a really great set and a set that is completely worth picking up because overall it has a nice range of nude lipsticks and it’s a great way to try out brands.

What’s your favorite nude lipstick?


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