This palette is very beautiful but I think it lacks uniqueness. It smells of coconuts and the powders are SO SOFT to the touch. The pigmentation is great but I do notice that I have to work with the highlight shades. They look better wet but that’s not a problem for me. The packaging is gorgeous on the other hand. I wouldn’t change a thing about that.
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If you have dry skin, you need to try this product. I have suffered from dry skin for the longest time, like my entire forehead felt like a dry patch and once I tried this product, the next day my skin felt ten times better. It actually feels like you’re applying a cloud to your face. It’s almost a gel-consistency and a little goes a long way. I’m so happy I discovered this product.
1. Let’s talk about how beautiful the packaging is. Tatcha’s packaging always exceeds expectations and always feels luxurious. As someone who really cares about packaging, I adore this. The only thing I don’t like is, I’m not sure if I should use my hands to apply this product or a beauty blender. 2. The product itself. It makes my skin literally feel like there’s a canvas over top of it. It feels hydrating and has a bit of a tacky feel, so it really holds onto the foundation. I just love the way this feels on my skin! I’m not sure if I would repurchase this ONLY because of the hefty price tag BUT I guess we will see how long the product lasts. 🙌🏻
If you’re looking for a good berry palette, definitely choose this one! The colors are so intense and pigmented, all you need is one tap into the pan and you’re basically done. There is a bit of fallout but that’s nothing to me, considering the color payoff you get while using this palette. The most vibrant shade in the middle of the pan sort of creases on me throughout the day... I’m not sure why but that’s my only gripe.
First off, I definitely wouldn’t consider this foundation to be full coverage. It’s buildable but I still see some discoloration after I set it. It works better with a brush instead of a beauty blender. A beauty blender sort of sheers it out too much for me. There’s no strong odors or fragrances, at least that bother me. It has a pump, which I LOVE about high end foundations or just foundations in general. I don’t notice my skin getting oily throughout the day with this foundation but I do notice that it wears off my nose a bit. I think this also does great as a mixing foundation!
These are a pretty close dupe to the Cover FX drops but they have more of an oily consistency to them, which can kind of separate your makeup, especially if you have already set your foundation with powder. This mixed in with foundation work way better!
I found this for $5.99 at Marshall’s the other day and I’m so glad I did! It gives a beautiful finish to the skin and almost makes my skin look like it’s glowing! It does sort of have flashback but nothing more or less than the average loose powder. I’m not sure if I would buy it again for the full price. There’s also not a lot of product in the container.
This is the best eyebrow gel I’ve ever used. For a while, I was using an inexpensive one from Essence and it worked OKAY but this one was definitely a game changer. It does make my brows feel a little crusty if I use too much but that just shows you how much it HOLDS. I highly recommend this if you really need to control or set your brows!
As someone who normally has chapped and sore lips, this lip balm changed my lips for the better. It’s thick and a little hard to squeeze out of the tube but that’s what I love about it. It’s thick enough that it stays on for a long time and it also makes a good base when applied in a small amount under a liquid lipstick. Highly recommend!
This is one of the closest dupes to the beauty blender at the drugstore! It’s soft and expands nicely when wet. It’s inexpensive, so I don’t mind repurchasing it when it begins to fall apart. I would highly recommend this sponge if you’re looking for a good beauty blender dupe.