IT cosmetics makes a first appearance on the blog. While I’ve never tried any other products from the line, many YouTubers and makeup reviewers/bloggers rave about certain IT cosmetics products. IT cosmetics is known for being more on the affordable side but it is only available online, not yet making it to places such as Sephora. This IT cosmetics Bye Bye Foundation has gotten a lot of review and hype. With SPF 50 and other skincare elements, this product functions as more than just foundation. However, with only four shades available, it can be difficult to find your correct shade. What are your thoughts on this product?
When a friend and I first saw this rose and apricot hair milk at Whole Foods, we were stopped in our tracks by the word, “milk.” While milk for hair seems like a strange concept, this John Masters haircare rose & apricot hair milk works as a type of leave-in conditioner, providing moisturizer and conditioner at the same time without leaving hair feeling oily and weighed down.
Another liquid lipstick–are you even surprised? This is another first feature on the blog, of TooFaced Melted matte lipsticks. While the wand can be a little messy, the product has great color payoff and long lasting power.
First Benefit product on the blog! This recommendation comes from another housemate who’s been looking for a new foundation, previously using the Laura Mercier one that everyone and their mother uses. Benefit’s Hello Flawless Oxygen Wow foundation feels lightweight but can actually provide full coverage.
Urban Decay’s Perversion Mascara is their newest one, going for about $22 at Sephora. With a thick wand, this mascara is actually better for lengthening rather than volume. While this mascara doesn’t flake, one of the cons is that it does smudge. Worth the try? What do you guys think?
While we’re on the topic of liquid lipstick, Tarteist Lip Paint is another fave that I have sort of put on the back shelf. The formula is a little thicker than say, Kat Von D’s Everlasting Liquid Lipstick, but smooth and non-drying. The size is also perf for fitting in a clutch or small purse for a night out.
Out of all the liquid lipsticks, I have to say my Kat Von D ones get the most use. The above shades are Bow N Arrow and Lolita II, which are pretty neutral shades. The small application tip allows for easy, clean application so most times I don’t even need to use lip liner. The formula lasts extremely long and isn’t too overdrying. When it comes to liquid lipsticks, it’s easy to find ones that last forever but emphasize the cracks in my lips. Kat Von D’s liquid lipsticks don’t do that and feel like nothing on my lips. 10/10 would recommend!