Top 10 Highest-Rated Products | June 1st through June 7th

Happy Saturday! I always enjoy seeing what makes up the week’s top ten highest-reviewed products, so I hope you find it somewhat interesting as well! 🙂

What was your week in review like?

  • Your skin tone/coloring:
  • Favorite look from the week:
  • Your most used product this week:
  • Any beauty discoveries (new or old):

01.

01. 25/8 Colour Pop

Colour Pop

PPermanent. $8.00/0.33 oz.

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Colour Pop 25/8 Blush Stix ($8.00 for 0.33 oz.) is a soft, muted mid-tone pink-coral with warmer undertones and a natural sheen. It had buildable...

Colour Pop 25/8 Blush Stix ($8.00 for 0.33 oz.) is a soft, muted mid-tone pink-coral with warmer undertones and a natural sheen. It had buildable...

02.

02. Uoeno Colour Pop

Colour Pop

PPermanent. $8.00/0.33 oz.

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Colour Pop Uoeno Lite Stix ($8.00 for 0.33 oz.) is a medium beige with warm undertones and a luminous sheen. It had very fine pearl that made it...

Colour Pop Uoeno Lite Stix ($8.00 for 0.33 oz.) is a medium beige with warm undertones and a luminous sheen. It had very fine pearl that made it...

05.

05. Poppy Champagne Kaja

Kaja

PPermanent. $21.00/0.09 oz.

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Kaja Poppy Champagne Beauty Bento Bouncy Shimmer Eyeshadow Trio ($21.00 for 0.09 oz.) features a bright, sparkling yellow, lighter orange, and deeper...

Kaja Poppy Champagne Beauty Bento Bouncy Shimmer Eyeshadow Trio ($21.00 for 0.09 oz.) features a bright, sparkling yellow, lighter orange, and deeper...

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Breakdown |
Jun 1, 2019 — Jun 7, 2019

86%

Average Score
A
40
B
27
C
8
D
0
F
5

Total Reviews (80)
Brands Reviewed (9)

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Skin tone: Under my name, very fair with neutral undertones, very dark brown eyes and grey hair.

Favorite look: I did a purple/green look this week that I really liked how it turned out. I used my usual base products with Armani Luminous Silk foundation and concealer. For blush I used Nars Goulue buffed over it with a Korean blush that I can’t find the name or brand on it anywhere but it is a little bit more rosy leaning than the Goulue. I purchased Korean blush via YesStyle probably 3 years ago. Anyway, I used 3 e/s palettes and one single for my eye look. From the Pony Glam palette I used the soft, matte cream coloured shadow over my primer and up to the eye brow line. In the crease I used Emme Cosmetics Flower Garden palette and took the shade Wild Flower over the entire mobile lid and used MAC Stars and Rockets in the halo area of my eye. Then I took the matte green shade from the Flower Garden palette and blended that through the crease and above. The matte green shade is called Palm Tree. I took the deepest matte green shade from the Huda Emerald Obsessions Palette and blended that through the crease but didn’t take it up as high as the Palm Tree shade. I then went back with the matte cream colour in the Pony Glam palette to blend out the edges in transition. One thing I did discover is that when using the Emme Cosmetics Flower Garden palette is that I cannot use them on the lower lash line unless I use a pretty gripping primer there before adding the shadows. They migrate down onto my cheek if I don’t. I lined my upper water line with Flowfushi Moto Liner in brown. I followed up with Cover Girl Super Sizer and Thrive Causemetics mascara. For my lips I used Charlotte Tilbury The Queen but used it more like a stain, tapping it out with my finger.

Most used product: Probably the Flower Garden palette.

New beauty discoveries: I was reading an article about skin care and things to do to minimize the look of fine lines and wrinkles. In the article they suggested taking a matte white liner pencil and spreading the edges of the deepest fissures and putting a thin line of the white pencil in the deepest part. Then apply your foundation and other base products. The white is suppose to make the bottom of the fissure come forward thus hiding the depth of the wrinkle. I don’t own a matte white pencil but I think I will pick one up and give it a try, especially in my 11’s and lip lines.

Deborah, I am so curious to hear how this works out if you do try it! As an ex-smoker, I have those awful “puffer” lines just above my upper lip. A solution such as this would be an easy step to include!

Your skin tone/coloring: fair, cool
Favorite look from the week: Stila Wheat and Espresso on eyes, with Puppy to blend out crease; IT blush (from a LE face trio – again, I’ve forgotten the name), Clarins new bronzer dusted all over almost as a setting powder, Sephora Diving in Malaysia liner and Smashbox Red Rage lipstick
Your most used product this week: Stila Wheat e/s (what will I do when I finish it all?) and Smashbox Red Rage lipstick
Any beauty discoveries…I’m not much of a bronzer user as I’ve so often said but this LE Clarins bronzer is so great – all 3 shades swirled together with a big fluffy brush gives a really good, healthy but believable finish to my whole face. It reminds me of Milani’s Touch O’ Sun Powder Mosaic from many years ago.

Your skin tone/coloring: Next to my name! (Blue-green eyes)

Favorite look from the week: Had to make a run to a really large local Fry’s last night, so I decided to dip into my new MAC Electric Wonder goodies. So pretty!
Eyes: Browbone (not in this palette) CP Full Zip, MAC Pleasing To The Eye transition and to blow out lower lashline, Magmatique crease, Rebel Pebble to deepen an define deep crease, Diamond Butterfly inner corners, Struck Gold inner lid, Desert Rose-Mance to blend inner lid and outer lid shades, Go Wilder outer lid and inner lower lashline, Natural Vice outer lower lashline and outer V very lightly, UD 24/7 Glide On Eye Pencil in Corrupt to line upper and lower lashlines and a smudgey kitten flick. Usual mascara and tightline.
Cheeks: UD Jawbone, MAC Into Eternity Iridescent powder, Dose Of Colors Miramar highlighter.
Lips: Nyx Earthtone SLP, MAC Life In Sepia lipstick with a bit of Rockstarz Lipglass.
When you get a compliment on your eye makeup in a supermarket, just wow. I’m floored! This is NOT a boring palette and I much prefer this over UD Naked, tbh.

Your most used product this week: I have no idea other than quite a few warm neutral eye looks, bronzey coral cheeks and either coral or taupey lipsticks?

Any beauty discoveries (new or old)? That my stash has gotten way out of hand. So much so that I have forgotten quite a few favorite lipsticks, glosses and cheek products around here! This gives me so much anxiety and even some sadness. And yet I continue to buy more.
My name is Nancy, and I am a makeupaholic.

Shove over there, Nancy Makeupaholic and make room for me on the bench. A large part of the reason I am no longer excited by new makeup launches, collections, etc., is that I simply have SO MUCH makeup that almost everything hardly ever gets used, except my “go to’s”. And I’m at that point where it feels like I’ve seen it all and own 3/4’s of it already! Like yours, my stash has grown to the point of being out of hand and almost hard to enjoy because no sooner do I think “Oh, I’ll use this, this and that today” then I start thinking about other items in my stash that maybe I should use instead….it’s like a crazy hamster-wheel of makeup confusion!

“It’s like a crazy hamster-wheel of makeup confusion!” – You put this into words perfectly, Mariella!
As I lay in bed the other night when I bought more stuff from the Electric Wonder collection, I suddenly felt so overwhelmed and very angry with myself. Because all the dough I spent on cosmetics could have gone towards a few really great vacations (not just NJ/NY, but Japan, Australia, Iceland) or something else equally refreshing. I suppose I never allowed those things to matter much before. Now they really do.

I was sitting at my desk this morning trying to remember what eyeshadows or eye shadow palette I’d decided last night that I would use today for the bridal shower I’m going to. I totally can’t remember because I’d ridden that hamster wheel through a Bare Minerals 4-pan, the ABH Sultry palette, MUFE Nudes You Need and Viseart Cashmere, as well as an Inglot self-assembled 3 pan (I think now that one is the one I meant to use but I forgot and ended up with the MUFE!)

Your skin tone/colouring: Porcelain, with pink undertones
Favourite look from the week: Using the Mariposa palette, I placed Skimp, a pearly cream shade, on the lid, with Money over the lower lid and a touch of Gunmetal as an eyeliner effect. I paired it with MAC’s Fresh Moroccan.
Your most used product this week: All my staples.
Any beauty discoveries (new or old): I took out the Stila In The Garden palette today, another palette with a Fuschia shade in it that doesn’t seem to fit the rest of the colours. However it has plenty of others – some beautiful cool and warm toned numbers that I will be experimenting with for the next couple of weeks.

Ilene
Fair-light skin tone, dark brown hair, dark green eyes
Favorite look- my daughter did my eyes for a party using the Urban Decay Vice palette( the lime green case) with these shades:Anonymous as base, chase and deeper on lid and backdoor to line. I was very pleased with the look esp the eyeliner which I don’t typically wear but am starting to more
LM caviar mascara- have sample and I like it very much
KA brow pencil in brunette
Givenchy translucent loose powder and a tarte concealer( not shape tape) comes in a little purple container and Chanel voyage blush quad.
Chantecaille lip chic in hyacinth
Aside from the fallout, love the vice palette.

Your skin tone/coloring: Under my name; magenta/red hair; hazel/green eyes.

Favorite look from the week: EYES — Smokey Blue Eye. UD Primer Potion in Enigma. CP Blue Moon Palette: Da Ba Dee (crease; inner part lower lash line); Mad About You (outer edge of crease swept slightly past brows, and smudged under the lower lashline); Moonlite mixed with Lumi (brow bone); Lumi (inner corner). Notoriously Morbid To Trap a Creature of Night, a dark bronzy taupe shimmer (lid). UD 24/7 Eye Pencil in Perversion (Upper and lower waterlines). Medusa’s Makeup Witch Lash Mascara. BROWS — the powder only from e.l.f. Studio Brow Kit in Medium. LIPS — MAC x Jeremy Scott Living in Stereo. CHEEKS — Les Tissages de Chanel Blush Duo Tweed Effect in Tweed Beige as highlighting blush. FACE — Boots No 7 Airbrush Away Original Primer; BH Cosmetics Naturally Flawless Foundation in Ivory; e.l.f. HD Powder in Sheer; Sephora Collection Bright Future Gel Serum Concealer in Bavarian Cream; e.l.f. Blush in Gotta Glow (as HL; DC); Sephora Collection Tranquil (contour); e.l.f. Original Mist & Set.

Your most used product this week: CP Blue Moon Palette (testing it out) + usual dailies

Any beauty discoveries (new or old): I can’t get over the beauty that is Beige Tweed. I knew I’d love it, but I wasn’t prepared for how perfect it looks on me.

I’m loving the quality of the blues in Blue Moon. Sky blues that aren’t chalky, patchy, and garish. Beautiful shimmers. I’m pretty happy so far.

Your skin tone/coloring: Above, with freckles, green/gray/blue eyes, warm brown hair.

Favorite look from the week: I did a beautiful pinky/bronzy look with the shade Awakening in my ND Sunrise palette: I used that all over my lid with Morning and Morgan in my crease and Clove on my outer corner. There’s a similar blush shade that that I have in my Beauty Bakerie Cotton Candy Champagne palette that has a bronzy undertone but a pink reflect, so I used that on my cheeks as my blush/highlighter and used a pinky balm for my lips. It was really lovely and I was impressed with the shimmer shade I used in the Sunrise palette.

Your most used product this week: All of my base products have been the same for a few weeks now and I’m okay with that.

Any beauty discoveries… Using a cream/liquid blush and then a glowy blush topper over top is beautiful and doesn’t emphasize dryness on me like using powder blushes alone.

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