The Hourglass Arch Brow Micro Sculpting Pencil
The first product I have tested is the Hourglass Arch Brow Micro Sculpting Pencil. Although I don’t have the perfect shade for myself, the soft brunette shade is a bit light for me, I still continue to use it because I absolutely love the formula. The size and shape of the pencil are also impressive, as it is one of the smallest on the market. It’s not as tiny as the Huda or the co sauce, but it is still very fine. The dryness of the pencil is just right, as it doesn’t over blend.
Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream
Next up is the Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream. This product has received a lot of hype, and I was eager to see if it lived up to it. I must say, I was not disappointed. The cream is incredibly luxurious and has a velvety texture that feels amazing on the skin. It hydrates my skin thoroughly and leaves it looking radiant and glowing. It also works well as a makeup base, helping my foundation to go on smoothly and last longer. Overall, I would highly recommend the Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream.
Colourpop Super Shock Cheek Highlighter
Moving on to the Colourpop Super Shock Cheek Highlighter. I have always been a fan of Colourpop products, and this highlighter did not disappoint. The formula is smooth and buttery, making it easy to apply and blend. The pigmentation is also impressive, giving my cheeks a gorgeous, radiant sheen. The shade range is fantastic as well, with options that suit a variety of skin tones. If you’re looking for a high-quality highlighter at an affordable price, Colourpop Super Shock Cheek Highlighter is a great option.
Hourglass Veil Translucent Setting Powder
Now onto the Hourglass Veil Translucent Setting Powder. This setting powder has quickly become one of my favorites. It has a finely milled texture that feels lightweight on the skin, and it sets my makeup beautifully without leaving it looking cakey or heavy. It also helps to control shine and keeps my makeup in place throughout the day. The packaging is also sleek and travel-friendly, making it easy to touch up on the go. If you’re in need of a reliable setting powder, I highly recommend giving the Hourglass Veil Translucent Setting Powder a try.
Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Flawless Finish Powder
The Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Flawless Finish Powder is another standout product. This powder truly lives up to its name. It has a silky smooth texture that effortlessly glides onto the skin, blurring imperfections and giving it an airbrushed finish. It sets my makeup flawlessly and keeps it looking fresh and matte throughout the day. The packaging is also stunning, with a luxurious, rose gold compact that feels indulgent to use. If you want a powder that will give you a flawless, airbrushed look, the Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Flawless Finish Powder is definitely worth considering.
Colourpop No Filter Concealer
Last but not least, I have been testing out the Colourpop No Filter Concealer. This concealer has quickly become a go-to for me. It has a creamy, blendable formula that provides excellent coverage for my under
Charlotte Tilbury Brow Pencil
The Charlotte Tilbury Brow Pencil is a must-have for anyone who is particular about their brow products. While other brow pencils may get the job done, this one stands out in terms of formula and efficacy. The only downside is that I personally need a slightly darker shade, but that’s just a personal preference.
Patrice Brow Fix Shaping Wax
At first, I really wanted to love the Patrice Brow Fix Shaping Wax. The demo showed promising results, with voluminous plum in all the right places. However, my excitement quickly faded when I realized that this product lacks longevity. No matter how well I place it on my brows, it just doesn’t stay put. Within 10 minutes, my eyebrows start to droop, and that’s not something I can overlook.
Physicians Formula Butter Brazilian Brow Lift Gel
On the contrary, the Physicians Formula Butter Brazilian Brow Lift Gel has exceeded my expectations. It has the longevity that the previous product lacks. My brows look just as good as when I first applied the gel during the demo. However, one small issue with this product is that it tends to be a bit watery. If you accidentally brush it outside of your brow hairs, it can dry there and look a little shiny.
Hourglass Foundation Stick
Moving on to foundation, I’ve been testing out the Hourglass Foundation Stick. The formula is smooth and easy to blend, and the coverage is buildable. It gives a natural, radiant finish that I really appreciate. However, I must mention that it’s not the most long-lasting foundation, and you may need touch-ups throughout the day.
Colourpop Super Shock Cheek
Next up is the Colourpop Super Shock Cheek, a cream blush that comes in a stunning range of shades. The texture is unique and feels almost bouncy to the touch. It blends effortlessly and gives a beautiful, natural flush to the cheeks. The only drawback is that this product can be a bit tricky to apply with a brush, so it’s best to use your fingers for a seamless application.
Charlotte Tilbury Lipstick
The Charlotte Tilbury Lipstick is a definite winner in my book. The shade range is extensive, catering to all skin tones and preferences. The formula is creamy, pigmented, and comfortable to wear. It glides on smoothly and stays put for hours without feathering or bleeding. If you’re looking for a reliable and high-quality lipstick, this is a great option.
Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder
Finally, let’s talk about the Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder. This product truly lives up to the hype. It adds a subtle glow to the skin and blurs imperfections for a flawless finish. It’s incredibly easy to apply and blends seamlessly into the skin. Whether you’re going for a natural everyday look or a full glam look, this powder is a game-changer.
As a beauty enthusiast, I’ve had the opportunity to test out numerous new products. From brow pencils to lipsticks, these are just a few of the recent products I’ve been experimenting with. Each product has its own pros and cons, but overall, it’s always exciting to discover new gems in the beauty world.
Brow Gel Review
When it comes to brow gels, I haven’t found many options at the drugstore that I truly love. However, I have recently tested a product that I think does a great job of holding brows in place. The only downside is that it can be a little watery and messy, so there is some clean-up required after use. Despite this, I still enjoy using it.
Eyeshadow Stick Journey
Lately, I have been on a quest to find the best eyeshadow stick. They are perfect for vacations as they are reliable and don’t shatter in my carry-on or suitcase. I have been testing two different formulas, with the first one being the Gilded eyeshadow sticks from Milani.
I believe I may have found my favorite drugstore formula. It is a fantastic dupe for the expensive Hourglass cream eyeshadow sticks, which I found to be lacking in pigment. In fact, I would say that the Milani formula is even better than the Hourglass sticks.
One must-have shade in the Milani range is Sterling. It has a touch of glitter, which adds an extra oomph to any eye look.
Charlotte Tilbury Find
Another exciting discovery I made is a product from Charlotte Tilbury. I was skeptical at first, as it is on the pricier side, but it has quickly become a favorite of mine. The formula is smooth and long-lasting, and the shades are stunning. I highly recommend giving it a try.
If you’re a fan of affordable makeup, you probably already know about Colourpop. They consistently release high-quality products at affordable prices, and I recently tried their new eyeshadow palette. The pigmentation is incredible, and the shade range is versatile. This palette has quickly become a staple in my collection.
Some of these Shades, I feel like, could use a little bit more pigment, but nonetheless they perform really well. They set down. They have great longevity. They dont, crease and theyre super easy to apply so Ive been loving these all summer.
Another eyeshadow stick that Ive been testing thats also affordable is from Palladio. Now this is different than the Milani, because they also do offer matte Ive got. To be honest, I tried to get these to work. For me. I just think theyre a little bit too hard. Theres too much grip too much drag as Im, applying it compared to the Milani on this side, the Palladio on this eye, the Palladio it just it wasnt as smooth and creamy, applying it directly to the eye. The mattes were kind of hard to blend so Im. This is not the formula for me. I think Claudio has a lot of other great products, but I did find these a bit difficult to use and more concentrated areas.
You know I did like the shade Pearl Shimmer, because this is a great highlight. Ive used this matte black to smudge across the Lash line. They worked great in that capacity, but in terms of actually drawing it and trying to get it to blend out, they set way too quickly its hard to use.
Then I have the Natasha denona macro Tech eye crayons. These are the colors that came out for the Yucca launch. I havent used them a lot, because the colors are a bit crazy, but I do like this formula.
The Camu Camu Waterline Eyeliner
The first product I tested was the Camu Camu Waterline Eyeliner. I must say, these eyeliners have impressive longevity, particularly the shade I tried. The color was perfect for my look, although I have to admit that my green eyeliner didn’t really match the overall vibe. However, I wanted to showcase this particular shade for you. The Willow shade was absolutely gorgeous, but there’s a small drawback to these eyeliners. They tend to drag a bit during application. I found that I had to place it along my lash line and then use an angled brush to blend it down for a smoother finish. While it’s not my favorite application technique, these eyeliners do offer great pigment and lasting power. So overall, I do like this formula, but there are a few compromises you have to make.
Colourpop Cream Gel Eyeliners in Revenge
Next on the list is a new color from the Colourpop Cream Gel Eyeliners range called Revenge, part of their Naruto collection. However, this shade wasn’t what I was expecting. It has a very glimmery, metallic finish, almost to the point of being too overwhelming. The abundance of metallic particles reflects light in such a way that the blue shade is not as visible as I would have liked. I love the formula of these eyeliners overall, but this particular shade didn’t meet my expectations. I even tried it in my waterline, but the shimmer from the metallic particles made it almost invisible. I never thought I’d say this, but there was just too much shimmer to appreciate the beautiful color I was hoping for.
New Maybelline Mascara
Lastly, I also tried a new mascara from Maybelline.
Product 1: Mascara Review
This is a salt, The falsies Surreal. Oh my gosh, the drugstore comes out with so much mascaras. It can be hard to keep track of. I really do like this one. I dont find that it transfers on me down here and it gives me decent like length. I wish it gave more separation and a little bit more volume. So I like this Im not going to go out of my way to say this is my favorite hot new mascara theres lots of mascaras that I feel like just build up a little bit better and are better on my lashes. So this ones just kind of a middle of the pack like Im, going to use it up, but once its done its done, I probably wont be repurchasing this.
Product 2: Lip Sleeping Mask Review
In the lips category, we have a lot. My lip container was exploding. I had to get some of them out of the drawers so starting off with the new lineage lip sleeping mask flavors, I guess is what youll call them. So we have the mango and then this one is the one the lemonade swirl I mean. I love this formula. Ive been using it for years, love the smell of this. I love the hydration love to use this as part of my skincare routine in the morning and the evenings as well as letting it sit. While I do my makeup up Im, just sending some love to this new swirl shade because its so pretty and it smells delicious – and I love the way that the formula works.
Product 3: Lip Liners Review
Then I have two lip liners.
Buxom Power Line Plumping lip liner
One of the new products I’ve been testing is the Buxom Power Line Plumping lip liner in the shade Savvy Sienna. This lip liner has a creamy texture, which I personally enjoy. However, I find that it doesn’t last as long as I would like. It’s just an average lip liner in terms of longevity. While I have been using it because it’s conveniently placed in my drawer, I think it will eventually get lost among my other lip liners. The brush on the other end of the lip liner is a nice addition, as it allows for easy blending and the application of a clear gloss. This helps to avoid a stark line. Overall, there are some positives to this lip liner, but it’s not a standout formula for me. If you’re looking for an affordable option, the Catrice Plumping lip liners at the drugstore might be a better choice. They are not extremely long-wearing, but they get the job done with a nice easy application.
Colourpop Matte Lipsticks reformulation
Colourpop has recently reformulated their matte lipsticks, and I’ve had the opportunity to try them out. The new formula is impressive. The lipsticks glide on smoothly and provide a comfortable and lightweight feel on the lips. They are long-lasting and offer a matte finish without feeling dry or uncomfortable. The shade range is also extensive, so you can easily find a color that suits your preferences. The reformulated matte lipsticks from Colourpop are definitely worth trying if you’re in the market for a reliable and affordable option.
Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Bronzer
Another new product I’ve been testing is the Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Bronzer. This bronzer provides a natural, sun-kissed glow to the skin. The formula is finely milled, making it easy to blend and build up the desired intensity. It doesn’t appear patchy or muddy on the skin, which is a great plus. The bronzer also has a matte finish, which is perfect for creating a defined and sculpted look. Overall, the Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Bronzer is a high-quality product that delivers stunning results.
Hourglass Ambient Lighting Infinity Powder
The Hourglass Ambient Lighting Infinity Powder is another new addition to my testing list. This powder offers a soft-focus effect and blurs imperfections on the skin. It has a lightweight texture that doesn’t feel heavy or cakey. The powder gives a beautiful luminosity to the complexion, enhancing the natural radiance. It also helps to prolong the wear of your makeup. The Hourglass Ambient Lighting Infinity Powder is a luxurious product that adds a touch of elegance to your makeup routine.
I’ve had the opportunity to test out 45 new products recently. From lip liners to liquid lips, and from bronzer to ambient powders, these products have provided me with varied experiences. While some stood out with their impressive formulas and long-lasting wear, others didn’t quite hit the mark. It’s always interesting to try out new products and witness the innovations in the beauty industry. I look forward to sharing more speed reviews and testing out even more exciting products in the future.
Charlotte Tilbury Lip Blurs
So much better. You guys so much less drying a much more modern formula. So this is the shade jet Setter and excuse me its an ultra blotted lip, but they also did reformulate these. So this one is a little bit thinner, its very comfortable. I enjoy this again an imprint formula, much more modern and because its that blotted lip formula its more Korean inspired, and I also find it to have a little bit more pigment than the previous one. So it looks more smooth on the lips, not as patchy.
Colourpop Ultra Blotted Lip
Also, the Charlotte Tilbury lip blurs. Also, these blurring things are very popular. Pillow Talk blur and Rose blur. Personally, I like rose blur. I feel like it has a nice pop of color. I like this formula, it doesnt stand out to me. You know Charlotte Tilbury is a pricier brand, so it might not necessarily be worth the money. If anything, a Colourpop, I think, is a much better value, but I like these colors, very comfortable doesnt, stand out to me, though, happy to have them in my collection, but dont see myself running out to pick up more colors than what I already have so decent Wear time very comfortable still has that matte finish, but nothing extraordinary to Warrant the price.
Hourglass Lip Stylos
Okay, so these have been sitting in my speed reviews drawer longer than I would have liked and its not because I havent been using them its because I just havent been sure Of my thoughts of these G suit liquid lips, so its not like a super thin super hard and cracky formula, theres, definitely some movement that you have, but it has that matte finish and I like it when I first apply it, but by the time it comes To reapply, it then starts to look like an old school liquid lipstick and perform like an old school like liquid lipstick, where the lips look super dry.
Charlotte Tilbury Lipstick
With the Charlotte Tilbury lipstick, I’ve found that applying it twice is necessary for it to feel comfortable and not overly drying. However, even with two coats, the formula can be quite thick and clay-like. To achieve an even application, I’ve had to blend it out with my finger. On the positive side, the lipstick does have a soft blur effect and the colors are stunning. For example, the shade Strike is a beautiful red orange that I’ve been using a lot recently. Overall, while I adore the colors, I’m not a fan of the formula.
Shanta Kai Lipstick
Moving on to the Shanta Kai lipstick, this particular one is from their not most recent collection but rather a recent one. The shade is called Cosmos and it belongs to their Lip Chic range. Despite the fact that Shanta Kai lipsticks are on the pricier side, I must say that the formula is incredibly hydrating and provides a beautiful everyday color. I received this lipstick in a PR package, as I probably wouldn’t have splurged on it myself. However, I do cherish it and enjoy using it.
Lastly, we have the YSL Rouge Volupt Shine formula, which I absolutely love. It gives my lips a shiny and prettier appearance, with a hint of rosiness. It’s very much like my natural lip color, but with an extra touch of glamour. This formula has quickly become a favorite of mine.
While the Charlotte Tilbury lipstick offers gorgeous colors, the formula leaves much to be desired. On the other hand, both the Shanta Kai and YSL lipsticks provide a delightful application and desirable results.
Etude Dear Darling Water Tint
This is a really great everyday lip formula throw in the purse. I can’t find the shade name of this. They don’t really put it down here. I think it’s nine anyways. I’ve been really loving the YSL lipsticks recently – the packaging is so luxe. This formula is hydrating; it has a little bit of glow to it, a little bit of metallicness, but it still is very everyday friendly.
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This eyeshadow palette is from Charlotte Tilbury and let me tell you, the colors are absolutely stunning. The pigmentation is on point, and the shadows blend like a dream. I’ve been reaching for this palette every day since I got it. The shades are perfect for creating both subtle and bold looks. Whether you’re going for a natural eyeshadow look or a glam smoky eye, this palette has got you covered.
I recently tried out the Hourglass mascara, and I have mixed feelings about it. The packaging is sleek and luxurious, but the formula itself is just okay. It does lengthen and separate my lashes nicely, but it doesn’t add much volume. If you’re someone who prefers a more natural-looking lash, then this mascara might be perfect for you. However, if you like a lot of drama and thickness, I would recommend trying a different mascara.
Colourpop has always been known for their affordable and high-quality liquid lipsticks, and this shade is no exception. It’s a beautiful nude shade that complements a variety of skin tones. The formula is long-lasting and comfortable to wear. It doesn’t feel drying on the lips like some liquid lipsticks can. Overall, I would highly recommend giving this a try if you’re in the market for a new liquid lipstick.
I recently started using the Charlotte Tilbury setting spray, and I have to say, it’s become a staple in my makeup routine. It not only helps my makeup last longer throughout the day, but it also gives my skin a beautiful luminous finish. The mist is fine and even, so it doesn’t leave any patches or make my skin feel sticky. If you’re looking for a setting spray that will keep your makeup in place and give you a natural glow, this is definitely worth a try.
Charlotte Tilbury Lipstick
I’ve been testing out the new Charlotte Tilbury lipstick and I have to say, it’s a game-changer. The formula is so smooth and creamy, making it incredibly easy to apply. Not only does it give my lips a natural look, but it also lasts all day. It’s the perfect balance between a long-lasting lipstick and a comfortable wear. I can confidently say that this lipstick has become a staple in my makeup routine.
Hourglass Lip Oil
I also had the opportunity to try out the Hourglass lip oil and I must say, it’s a winner. The shade I tested was “Fly” and it had a subtle glimmer to it. The consistency of the lip oil is thicker, giving it a gloss-like effect. I found that pairing it with a pink lip liner created a beautiful everyday lip look. The color was spot on, and I couldn’t be happier with the formula. It’s definitely a lip oil that I reach for regularly.
Colourpop Lux Lip Oil
Now, let’s talk about the Colourpop Lux Lip Oil from the Naruto collection. The shade I have been using is “Chakra” and it is stunning. However, it’s important to note that the Lux Lip Oils from Colourpop have a thinner formula, resulting in a shorter longevity. While I enjoy the quick layer of gloss it provides, I do have to keep it with me for touch-ups throughout the day. The Colourpop lip oils have their pros and cons, but I still find myself reaching for them despite their less long-lasting formula.
Overall, these new lip products have been a joy to test. Each one offers something unique, whether it’s the long-lasting formula of the Charlotte Tilbury lipstick or the beautiful colors of the Hourglass and Colourpop lip oils. Makeup enthusiasts, like myself, are always on the lookout for new products to try, and these definitely made it onto my list of favorites. If you’re in need of a new lip product, I highly recommend giving these a try. You won’t be disappointed!
Queen Cosmetics Lip Gloss in the shade Heat
I recently tried out the Queen Cosmetics lip gloss in the shade Heat from their line of lip glosses. The packaging is quite stunning and unique, with glitters that transfer onto the lips. I usually prefer neutral colors, but I decided to step out of my comfort zone with this shade. It looks exactly as it does in the component, which is impressive. Although I haven’t tried the other shades yet, I can confidently say that this lip gloss lives up to its appearance.
Too Faced Lip Injection
Another lip product I tested was the Too Faced Lip Injection from their Cosmo Cosmic collection. The packaging is eye-catching and filled with pretty glitters. However, when applied to the lips, the glitters are hardly visible. It almost feels like using a clear lip injection. Despite this, I still enjoyed using it because I am a fan of lip injections. It is a bit painful, but the packaging and overall experience make it worth it.
Moving on to Charlotte Tilbury, I tried a couple of their new products. Firstly, the foundation. The formula is lightweight and blends seamlessly into the skin, providing a natural-looking finish. It is buildable, allowing you to achieve the desired level of coverage. The shade range is impressive, catering to a wide range of skin tones. Overall, I was quite pleased with this foundation.
Next, I tested Charlotte Tilbury’s eyeshadow palette. The color payoff was excellent, and the shades were easily blendable. The palette offers a good combination of matte and shimmery shades, allowing for versatile looks. The packaging is sleek and luxurious, which adds to the overall charm of the product. I highly recommend giving it a try.
Hourglass also introduced some new products that caught my attention. Firstly, the eyeliner. It glides on smoothly and effortlessly, creating precise lines. The formula is long-lasting and does not smudge throughout the day. The packaging is sleek and elegant, reflecting the brand’s aesthetic. If you are in need of a reliable eyeliner, this is a great choice.
I also tried Hourglass’s blush. The pigmentation is impressive, and a little goes a long way. It blends beautifully on the skin, providing a natural flush of color. The shade range is versatile, catering to different skin tones. The packaging is also travel-friendly, making it easier to carry in your makeup bag. Overall, I was pleased with this blush.
Last but not least, I tested out some new products from Colourpop. Firstly, their liquid lipstick. The formula is creamy and comfortable to wear. It dries down to a matte finish without feeling overly drying on the lips. The color payoff is great, and the shade range is extensive, offering something for everyone. If you’re a fan of liquid lipsticks, Colourpop’s offering is definitely worth trying.
I also tried Colourpop’s highlighter. The pigmentation is intense, giving a stunning glow to the skin. It blends effortlessly and does not emphasize texture or pores. The compact packaging is convenient for travel or touch-ups throughout the day. If you love a radiant highlight, I highly recommend checking out Colourpop’s highlighter range.
These are just a few of the
Charlotte Tilbury Lip Glosses
This review begins with the lip glosses from Charlotte Tilbury, known as The Jewel lips. Despite being marketed as sparkly glosses, I found them to be quite disappointing in terms of delivering that sparkle. However, I must admit that the overall formula of these lip glosses is quite nice. I actually prefer them over the lip lacquers in her line.
The Shade “Pinkism Sunset”
One shade that stood out to me was Pinkism Sunset. This shade is a sheer red that looks absolutely stunning on bare lips. It provides a beautiful stained look, making it a unique pick. It’s definitely worth trying if you’re looking for something different. However, it’s important to note that this shade doesn’t provide much color on its own. To achieve the desired look, you may need to apply a pink lipstick as a base.
Formula and Pricing
Overall, I appreciate the formula of these lip glosses, but I do find them to be overpriced. The marketing of these glosses may have led us to expect a more glittery effect, but they don’t quite live up to those expectations. Comparing them to other glosses available in the market, you can find similar products with a better price point.
I recently had the opportunity to try out some new products from Charlotte Tilbury, and I must say, they did not disappoint. The brand is known for its luxurious packaging and high-quality formulas, and these new additions to their lineup are no exception.
First up is the Magic Foundation. This lightweight, medium-coverage foundation claims to provide a flawless, airbrushed finish. I found that it lived up to its claims, effortlessly blurring imperfections and leaving my skin looking smooth and radiant. The formula is also long-wearing, making it perfect for all-day wear.
Next is the Filmstar Bronze & Glow palette. This duo features a bronzer and highlighter that work together to create a sculpted, glowing complexion. The bronzer adds warmth and definition to the face, while the highlighter adds a lit-from-within glow. The powders are finely milled and easy to blend, making it a breeze to achieve a natural, yet glamorous look.
Hourglass is a brand that is known for its innovative and high-quality products, and the ones I tested certainly lived up to that reputation. Their commitment to using ethically sourced ingredients and cruelty-free practices is also commendable.
One standout product is the Ambient Lighting Blush. This hybrid blush combines the flattering effects of their famous Ambient Lighting Powders with a beautiful range of blush shades. The result is a natural, luminous flush that enhances the complexion. The formula is silky smooth and long-lasting, ensuring that your cheeks stay rosy throughout the day.
Another gem from Hourglass is the Veil Translucent Setting Powder. This finely milled powder sets makeup and blurs imperfections without leaving a powdery finish. It is incredibly lightweight and feels like nothing on the skin. It also helps to extend the wear of makeup, keeping it looking fresh and flawless for hours on end.
Colourpop is a brand that has gained a huge following thanks to its affordable yet high-quality makeup products. I was thrilled to try out some of their newest releases, and they did not disappoint.
One standout product is the Super Shock Shadow. These cream eyeshadows have a unique bouncy texture that is easy to apply and blend. The pigmentation is incredible, with just one swipe delivering intense color payoff. They also have a wide range of shades and finishes, allowing you to create endless eye looks.
Another impressive product is the Ultra Matte Lip. These liquid lipsticks offer a bold, matte finish that is long-wearing and comfortable to wear. The formula is lightweight and applies smoothly, drying down to a velvety, non-drying finish. The range of shades is extensive, ranging from everyday neutrals to vibrant statement colors.
Overall, these new products from Charlotte Tilbury, Hourglass, and Colourpop have exceeded my expectations. Each brand has delivered on their promises, offering high-quality, innovative products that enhance my makeup routine. Whether you’re in need of a flawless foundation, a radiant blush, or a bold lip, these brands have got you covered. I highly recommend giving them a try.
These are just a few of the 45 new products I have been testing recently. Overall, I am pleased with the results and have found some new favorites. I look forward to sharing more reviews and recommendations in the future.
I hope you enjoyed this speed review of some new products I’ve been testing. From the Etude Dear Darling Water Tint to the Charlotte Tilbury setting spray, there have been some hits and misses in this bunch. However, it’s always exciting to try out new products and see what works best for you. Let me know in the comments if you’ve tried any of these products or if there’s anything else you’d like me to review. Stay tuned for more speed reviews in the future!
I have finally completed my speed reviews of 45 products. It took me two days to test and review all of these products, but now I feel a sense of relief as my overflowing drawer has been sorted and organized. All of these products now have their place in the general population, and I can move on to trying out new and exciting beauty items.