Looking For A Beauty Attitude? Estee Edit Can Show You How!
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This beauty comes in the color Sheer Golden Beige. The Hydrate and Glow is a daily moisturizer with a little shimmer behind it. At first, I tried to use this as a highlighter but then I switched it to an under a BB Cream. It still shines through. This also has hyaluronic acid in it which is the power pack for beauty these days. It also has a little hidden extra glow basin on the cap. I would probably wear this on it's own and then use the extra glow in the cap for extra highlight! It also has a slight coconut scent to it which I give two thumbs up. It applies super smooth and really has an opalescent glow that is out of this world. This 1.7 oz tube can be yours for $42 from Sephora.
This is a high impact illuminating cream that you can literally use forever. You only need a small amount and this is a large container. It comes in 5 different shades ranging from a light opalescent to a dark bronze. This is also formulated with hyaluronic acid to help with your skintone. It is said to be formulated with pearls of luminess glow. I'm not sure about all that, but it sure is creamy and shimmery. I love liquid illuminators because of their diversity. You can use it to contour, as blush, as a lip color and even as an eye shadow or you can blend it with just about anything to give yourself a little shine. I do like this product. It's versatile for me and only $28 for a pretty large quantity. Like I said, you only need a little bit so it goes a long way.
Whew... this is beautiful. It comes in 6 shades all with a dusty rose/ nude base. The formula is very creamy and rich thanks to the muru muru butter it is infused with in addition to the flower petal waxes from rose, jasmine, and lavender. This combination makes for a super buttery application. It also keeps those kissers moisturized all day. Since this is a lipstick/ lip balm hybrid, the color is quite sheer. It does have a sexy nude tint to it. The Barest Lip Color also has a slight rose flower scent to it. It is very faint and not overpowering. It also comes in the usual Estee Edit packaging but instead of blue at the top, it is white gradient down the tube. Each tube is $22 from Sephora.
Pore Vanishing Stick
I love these face blurring sticks. I have one from benefit Cosmetics and I love the way it works. This one is the same concept. It has a wide stick for a large area application to blur large pores and uneven skintone. I use this mostly on my cheeks (acne scars), forehead and nose. This is also designed to reduce shine and oil. I like to apply this before my foundation and follow up with a little loose powder baking to really ensure no oil. You can actually use this on top of your makeup to give it a little spruce or by itself for a flawless natural look.
This is $28 from Sephora and is comparable to Fake Up from benefit Cosmetics. It's pretty much the same thing but with a bigger applicator. This doesn't come in different shades because the middle color is designed to fit all skintones. Mine is kind of light so it definitely works, but I am wondering what it looks like with a darker skintone. This does give a little extra blur, but a good primer would do the same. I'm not sure I would spend the money on this when I have several other blurers and primers that do a great job.