Right now the Sephora sale is going on and I picked these items up during the last sale. I honestly didn’t need or want anything this time around and also need to use what I already have (says no one ever) but trying to stick to my budget lol. Anyway, this is part 2 of my previous haul. I’ll link part 1 here https://naturalledrea.com/2021/10/14/sephora-haul-review-part-1/ I also did a Youtube video that will drop tomorrow on my channel (hopefully you are subscribed). Let’s jump into the reviews!
Rare Beauty Soft Pinch Liquid Blush in Love
I am staring to really love Rare Beauty products. I tried the lip soufflé matte cream lipstick that I fell in love with and knew I was going to love this blush. I’m normally not a blush girl and rarely wear it but I feel like I will be more often. I love how pigmented this blush is and how amazing it looked against my complexion. This blush is a matte terracotta color and I feel like this would look amazing on everyone! I was afraid to use too much of this blush but it seems like you can build the intensity of the color. This blush retails for 20.00 and feel like it is worth every penny. I also didn’t realize there is a matte and dewy formula of the blush. I’m interested in trying out the dewy formula soon.
Danessa Myricks Beauty Colorfix Lip, Cheek, Eye Color Pigment
Listen, you know I love a good multi functional product and this did not disappoint at all! I do have a beautiful pink highlight by the Black Owned brand that I love so much and I have been waiting to try more products. I figured I would start out with this pigments that you can use as an eyeshadow, blush, contour and lip color. I tried this out as an eyeshadow and lipstick and loved it. I love how pigmented the pigment is and how easy it is to work with. As an eyeshadow it blended out so flawlessly and looked so effortless. I love how a little bit goes a long way and you can always build up the coverage if needed. As a lip color, it didn’t feel like your typical matte liquid lipstick. It did not feel drying or tight on the lips at all. It lasted for majority of the day and didn’t transfer too much. There is a matte, metallic and high shine finish you can choose from. The pigments retail for 18.00 and worth every penny as well.
Milk Makeup Hydro Grip Primer
I did previous review this primer but I wanted to give it another try. In my previous post/video I didn’t wear it for majority of the day. I still feel this primer is over hyped but it is an okay primer that I would reach for more often. This primer is for normal/dry skin and I have combination skin. It worked better on the areas I do not get so oily which is my t-zone. It didn’t absorb and hold the oils as much as my other primers. I mostly will pick this up on occasion but use it on my normal areas of the face.
So that is it for this review and last part of my previous Sephora haul. I guess you can tell I really loved some products and gave one another chance. Have you tried anything mentioned? Let’s chat. See you guys tomorrow!