Milk’s Kush mascara has a ridiculous weight to it, even though the price point isn’t as high as some mascaras. Guerlain Rouge Gs, Pat McGrath Decadence Palette, Pat McGrath LuxeTrance Lipsticks, Cle de Peau Lip Luminizers, NARS Audacious Lipsticks, and Hourglass Mineral Veil Primer.
Drunk Elephant’s TLC Sukari Babyfacial mask really has that “it’s working” sensation/feel. Tatcha Indigo Soothing Triple Recovery Cream has a really luxe texture. Mahalo’s Rare Indigo Beauty Balm feels totally decadent as it’s intensely hydrating and smooth.
It’s not. I’m the person who’d rather just have the actual pan of product than the fancy compact it goes in!
For me, that’s the most important aspect. I don’t need fancy or extravagant packaging, but I’d like it to hold and dispense product well and keep it from breaking easily.
I can’t honesty recall the last time that I did for personal use. I always try to test out the included applicator in a palette to see how it performs but am used to how my own tools apply/perform (which I find easier to test consistency across products) and that I have a tendency to use multiple brushes per look.
Burberry Trench Eyeshadow… that is my second or third, I believe… just a soft beige, mostly matte finish – use it as a brow bone shade when there’s no real options in a palette!