What were the last five products you’ve tried that felt underrated?

Giorgio Armani Ecstasy Lacquers are really pretty, glossy, and long-wearing but so rarely do I hear hype for these! Pretty Vulgar’s powder highlighters are gorgeous and more affordable for mid/high-end. MAC Extra Dimension Blushes became permanent and are stunning on the skin, but I never see influencers using them! Estee Lauder Hi-Lustre Lipsticks have a luminous, pearl finish that has come the closest to replicating Guerlain Rouge Gs for me. Makeup Geek Highlighters are one of the best powder highlighters I’ve come across, and while pricey given where the brand started, are absolutely worth the premium and complete easily against $50+ highlighters I have.

— Christine
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Quite a few things from Sephora’s own line, which I feel a lot of people don’t even bother with. Their pencil liners are, hands down, my favourites as are many of their other products.

Sephora Contour Eye Pencil (especially Diving in Malaysia and Cappuccino, as well as the now discontinued Snakeskin Dress)
Sephora Colourful Shadow and Liner (chubby shadow sticks)
Sephora Set and Refresh Beauty Amplifier Spray (way better than the much pricier product from MUFE)
Lise Watier 24 Hours Glam Eyeshadow Sticks and Ombre Souffle cream/powder pot eyeshadows – hardly surprising since LW isn’t widely available in the US, you American makeup fans haven’t had the chance to try these amazing products
Clarins Gloss Prodige lip glosses: so many people go wild for glosses from Tom Ford and Chanel but these beauties from Clarins are every bit as good if not better. I don’t often bother with lip gloss at all but I do use these because they are wonderful.

What I’ve tried from the Sephora brand I’ve liked. The Lipstories probably my favorite. There liners are great but the Sephoras I frequent never keep them well stocked. So somebody is buying their stuff:)

Mariella, those Sephora Contour Eye Pencils are for my eyes what Nyx Slim Lip Pencils are to my lips: Fantastic! Favorite shades of mine are: Go For A Ride, Diving In Malaysia, My Boyfriend’s Jeans, Suntan, and Fairytale.

Mine aren’t really underrated, but poo-poo’d by many:

Monistat Chafing Gel as a primer
Just for Men facial hair eye for eyebrows
NYX Butter Gloss (lasts better than any gloss I’ve tried)
Revlon Colorstay e/l
Maybelline Eraser Foundation – the best colormatch I’ve been able to find in years

I have tried the Monistat Anti Chaffing Gel and I actually like it or moreso than most facial primers. I have spent money on high end ones and the one found in the feminine hygiene aisle of Walmart is the one that semi works for me lol

1. The Persona palette by Sona Gasparian . I’m always struck how often I reach for this. Really good quality, Great range in the family of shades presented. So easy to use. Metallics and shimmers that MELT onto the lid. Holds up with the best.

2. Kiara Sky nail polish. Their gel outperforms OPI coming and going and then some. I can easily go three weeks (or more if the grow out didn’t look so bad), with the polish looking flawless.

3. Laura Mercier Eye Basics (primer). Never hear about this, but it’s the best I’ve ever used. Helps longevity, but the way it evens out skin tone is the best.

4. NIOD. Not sure it’s “underrated,” but it is lost in chat about The Ordinary. I find the NIOD serums, especially the Core Regimen and the Neck Elasticity Catalyst to be some of the most effective products I’ve used to date. This is about skin health, not promises in a jar.

Can’t think of a 5th at the moment.

5. What Mariella said. A lot in the Sephora line is quite good, especially the eye pencils and the lipstick stories. I have a couple of the lippies and I am very impressed.

Believe it or not, I’ve not tried the Sephora Lip Stories and it’s simply because I realize I’m wasting a lot of lipsticks that are sort of “on the turn” – a few MAC and Clarins ones are starting to smell a bit “off” so I’ve vowed not to buy another lipstick until I use up a few of the ones I’ve got.

I need to try that Persona palette more. I’ve been contemplating returning it but I don’t want to lose points at Ulta lol. It’s nice but it’s nothing outstanding either imo. There’s a metallic in there that is simply stunning and is why I hold onto it. I don’t have a ton of neutral palettes though

The Eye Basics in Linen was my go-to primer for a while. But I found it went off and smelled funny sometimes, even a few times when new, and so I gave it up.

I would love to see Persona expand their line beyond one palette and three highlighters. A new palette would be great.

Maybelline Better Skin Pressed powder. I cannot speak to shade range and I’m sure it can be improved like a lot of brands. I hear a lot of people mention their Fit Me but Better Skin is better and if you put it in fancier less bulky packaging it would rival high end!

Chanel Bronzer Soleil Tan. I heard of it a little on youtube but nothing in comparison to other bronzers. It builds up beautifully on the skin and works alone or under other face products. It’s such a lovely unique product and you get so much product for the money. I mean people are buying $125 eyeshadow palettes so what’s the big deal about a $50 bronzer that works on most skin types? 🙂

Clinique foundations/powders. Not like no one has talked about them but they are such a staple for me. They just work and don’t cause break outs. They maybe aren’t the most innovative but I always go back to them and they always just work for me

Christine mentioned MAC Extra Dimension Blush but I’d like to add Clinique Cheek Pops. I don’t see them mentioned outside of collection videos. The gelee formula is so good and one of my favorite formulas. Looks so good on the skin

KVD Mad Max Brown Tattoo Liner. Plenty talk about Trooper but not everyone wants black. Trooper is such a lovely dark brown and great alternative if you find black too harsh.

That’s encouraging to read what you say about MUG, it’s good to be reminded of the positive.

I just have 2 at the opposite ends of the spectrum:

Tom Ford Eye creams – they wear like iron (for me). The initial price can be a deterrent but considering the wear time and that a little goes a long way, they are a good deal.

NYX lipliners – if you use lipliner, these are great. They don’t feather on me, even if I don’t use MAC Prep and Prime Lip primer. I have to use MAC P&P lip primer with everything else or it feathers. I use NYX Sand Beige with everything (not to fill in, just to lightly shape correct) and it keeps my lipstick in place as well as giving a full pout look.

Pearl, absolutely YES to those Nyx Slim Lip Pencils! They are 100% dupes of the MAC lip pencils formula wise, come in a TON of shades and because they’re not soft, they keep a crisp, clean line on the outer edges, too! Their lasting power is phenomenal. How did I forget about these below?!?

1. Ren perfect canvas finishing serum. It makes my face look flawless.
2. Bite Beauty amuse-bouche lipsticks.
3. Ulta beauty brand matte bronzer.
4. Mac hyper real highlighter palette
5. Abh Prism eyeshadow palette. It did not get the greatest reviews but I have loved every look I’ve created while using it.

The Amuse Bouche is a nice formula but I HATE the color selection. I also have too many lipsticks so all of their lipsticks look so dull by comparison.

I want to try the Ulta bronzer. I just have too many so I made myself say no; (

And I love the ABH Prism and use it so much. It’s like an edited version of the KVD Saint and Sinner so if that was too intimidating, the ABH is a better one to try. I have both actually and prefer ABH.

Tough question for me. Most of the things I use and love that people aren’t talking about are that way because they’re from indie brands, which (for the most part) aren’t hyped by the average makeup user (or influencer).

If I stick to the brands most people have heard of, I can only come up with one: I’m surprised that people don’t seem to care much about the Bite Beauty multisticks; I know they’re pricey, but they’re a great under-powder blush — wear like iron, go on great, impressive range of colors. I know they’re not ideal in their “multi” aspect, but as cream blushes — nailed it!

NYX Proof It Waterproof Eyeshadow Primer. I use it under my eyeshadow as well as under my brow products. The products I put on top of it in the morning last all day without needing a touch up.

MAC Malt Eyeshadow. It’s my favorite transition shade.

Clinique Brow Shaper. It’s one of my HG products that I’ve been using every day for 10+ years. It is easy to use and provides a natural look to my sparse eyebrows. I can’t go a day without it! And it takes forever to use one up.

Cover Girl Clump Crusher Mascara. Nice curved wand. No clumps,

Smashbox Undereye Primer. I use it under Tarte Shape Tape Concealer, which by itself is really good, but over the Smashbox primer, it’s even better.

I love MAC Malt as a transition shade. I was just thinking about using it bc I just bought their Sun, Tan & Repeat eyeshadow from their Mirage Noir collection. It’s like a purpley version of Club. Thought Malt would pair nice:)

Nudestix overall, especially their magnetic matte eye colors! The blend out wonderfully, stay on all day long (even in extreme heat), and are not difficult to wash off at the end of the day.

Smashbox Camera Ready BB water foundation — my daily wear. Long lasting, light to medium buildable coverage, doesn’t break me out; said to be same formula as MAC studio waterweight foundation but I found that oxidized quickly while Smashbox doesn’t.

Lorac eyeliner — I wear Bronze often, and it lasts as long as MJ highliner does on me. Non-irritating.

Laura Geller baked blush

Paula’s Choice eye cream — the only eye cream I could find that doesn’t irritate my eyelids while I’ve been working through some allergic, dermatitis reaction to something I’m still trying to figure out

All of the following and mainly for two reasons, they perform very well (and often better than high-end products I have and have heard hype about) and they costs so much less :

1. Revlon Colorstay Concealer
2. L’Oreal Age Perfect Concealer
3. NYX Duo Chromatic Lip Gloss
4. NYX Holographic Halo Eye Tint
5. Yves Rocher (Zéro Defaut) Flawless Skin Foundation (I know this one may be hard for many to find, but it’s like a moist version of Estee Lauder’s Double Wear Nude Waterfresh Foundation; a great light to medium foundation that’s half the price.)

1. Nuxe Reve de Miel Lip Balm. I have tried several others recommended over the years but I always come back to this balm. I can put it on my lips at night and it is still there in the morning. I recently tried the Laneige Lip Mask and didn’t find it hydrated my lips at all and might even have dehydrated them. Seemed like during the day my lips would chap quicker, if that makes sense. The Nuxe does have a weird texture as you get to the bottom of the tub which I am sure puts some people off but it doesn’t bother me. The tub lasts forever and I carry one in my purse and keep others around the house. You use to be able to purchase at Target but they don’t carry the brand anymore. I have heard that they don’t stock anywhere in the U.S. anymore but I order on-line and have picked it up at various different sites.
2. Nuxe Reve de Miel Facial Cleanser. I love this cleanser as my morning cleanse. I don’t think it is strong enough to remove makeup but to prep my skin for my morning skin care it works great at just a light cleanse. I also sometimes put it on at bedtime like a mask and leave it for 5-10 minutes then wash off.
3. Soap and Glory Body Butters. I like all of the scents but love the Righteous Brothers the most. I slather this stuff all over after showers and on my hands and feet a couple of times a day. I find it really keeps my hands from getting dry and flakey which is saying something since I wash my hands 150 times a day.
4. MAC Omega eye shadow. This is the perfect neutral transition shade for me. I find that although it may lean a little warm it pulls more neutral or even cool depending on what I use it with. It blends beautifully and I can use it with many different eye looks. In general, I like a lot of MAC eye shadows and I don’t find the formula difficult to work with especially in what I call the basic matte shades.
5. Sephora brand liquid lips. I think they are called the Lip Creams or something close to that. They are some of the most comfortable “liquid lipsticks” I have ever tried and I am not a big liquid lipstick fan. I pretty much always have to doctor them with balm or gloss to make them bearable. The Sephora ones I can get away with them on their own without feeling like my lips are going to fall off by the end of the day. I feel the same way about the Jouer Liquid Lips. Sephora brand is overall very under-rated. I love their eye pencils, their “Perfection Mist Airbrush ” Foundation and several other products.

Olay Renegerist eye lifting serum – this has been my HG eye cream for years and it’s getting harder to find!

Hylamide Blur – I bought this just to play with and honestly, wasn’t expecting much and haven’t actually used it as a primer but applied over or with foundation, it’s WOW. I used it at 5.30pm one day before going out for dinner and my friend asked how I had time to redo my whole face and I was like, this literally took me 30 seconds to buff in and my foundation looked freshly applied.

Jordana Made to Last eyeliner pencil in Black Point. As good as any mid priced or high end brand!

Milani eye primer – I’ve spent big $$$ on TFSI, UDPP, Smashbox and others but this is HG for me.

Designer Brands Absolute Lash tubing mascara – goes on beautifully, does not clump, flake or smudge and holds a curl like nobodies bidness…

Love this question! Christine I agree with you on the Mac Extra Dimension blush. I’ve bought two and probably will get a third. It’s the perfect blend of a brush and highlighter

Four other products that come to mind:

1. Clinique High Impact Mascara
2. Laura Geller Ballerina Highlighter (I feel like Gilded Honey gets all the love, but I prefer this one)
3. Zoya nail polish
4. NYX Megashine lipglosses (Especially Smokey Look)

I lovvvve the Clinique High Impact Mascara. It’s the first mascara I’ve bought a full size of after trying a mini. It’s so good!

1. The UD lavender concealer is a great product as an eye lid and under-eye primer for sallow eye circles. You can put a more flesh toned concealer over it, and it’s just a game changer for me.
2. Clinique Lip Pops — I always have one in my purse and always get complements, not the cheapest but reasonable for sure. Particularly good during hot summer when you don’t want to carry around pricier brands and have them melt.
3. I never hear anyone talking about the Lancome Color Design palettes. But IMHO, they are so good. They have an eyelid shade, a brow highlight, a crease shade, and an accent shimmer for the inner corner– and a pretty decent and lasting eyeliner– all in one compact with a mirror. If I am traveling and want to pare down — they are the best. Brow, concealer, blush, and liner pen– and I ready to go. My all time fave, and the only one I have hit pan on (and have backed up) is Beige Brûlée– this is the cool neutral beige for cool girls. Also apart from travel, you can use the matte eye shade as a base, and then add more vibrant colors from other palettes on the crease and outer lid. It’s a great way to find the right balance between a neutral eye and something more colorful without overdoing it. It’s kind of embarrassing it’s Lancome which ordinarily I’m not a fan of, but what the hay!
4. I tried some Bourjois lipsticks and really liked them. Their mattes have real staying power.
5. When it comes to liners, I basically want a liner that will draw a thin line and stay budge proof. I got the Tom Ford liner, which is pricey, and for a while I held off of using it because I did not want to use it up. But then I started using it, and that liner goes on and on and on. It does not dry out or go bad. So compared with say the Stila liner, which dries out quicker, it is actually a good value. I also like the Chanel cream Calligraphie liner which no one ever talks about. Because of the cream texture it goes on so well, more so than a lot of liquid liners. And finally the By Terry Ombre Blackstar which is sold as an eye shadow stick. The deeper shades also work as liners, when applied with a brush– and they are absolutely budge proof. And the product goes on forever. Unfortunately, they discontinued the wine, green, and matte black shades they used to have– but there is still an iridescent black.

I totally agree on the Armani Ecstasy Lacquers-those are so good, they’re super moisturizing and pigmented. I also really love my Mario Bedusco facial mist (aloe and rose version), which almost no one mentions. Other off beat faves include NYX brow powder duos, MAC MSFN powder, and Kevyn Aucoin nude lipliner.

1. Elizabeth Arden’s Ceramide and Exceptional Beauty lipsticks – really creamy and a beautiful range of shades. I get them on sale and they are fantastic.
2. Clarins Joli Rouge lipsticks – also moisturising and a wide range of shades too.
3. Sephora It palette in neutrals – a genuinely cool toned palette with lots of taupes
4. Clarins Everlasting foundation in linen – which is currently discontinued but Clarins is bringing out some lighter shades next month. A perfect long lasting foundation.
5. Physicians Formula Argon Oil – works just the same as the expensive Josie Maran one but at a fraction of the price.

1.) Lancome Teint Idole Foundation. Other than from a few fellow readers here on Temptalia, I NEVER hear anyone raving about this wonderful foundation on YT or anywhere else! It’s so good, I may just be going back to it.
2.) Hada Labo Skin Plumping Gel Cream. The triple hyaluronic acids in this, along with good genes, are probably what is helping to keep fine lines at bay. Oh, and it feels very refreshing, too!
3.) Rimmel Professional Brow Pencil. Dirt cheap, and just as good as the far pricier ABH version!
4.) Dr. Dennis Gross Ferulic & Retinol Eye Serum. If I had not heard Wendy rave about this, I doubt that I would have ever bothered with it! Like seriously. I didn’t know anything about it until she wrote about it here.
5.) Ole Henriksen ANYTHING. I don’t quite remember how I found out about this line, but I’ve been a faithful user of Truth Serum for roughly 4 years. It has definitely helped me to have a more even skintone than before. Only caveat? Beware of overdoing it by using it a.m. and p.m., or you could see your skin get lighter unexpectedly.

Truth Serum is amazing. Sometimes I stop using it for a bit for other serums then go back to it and wow! The only thing I don’t like is it eats my tan away in the summer it’s so brightening.

1. Kat von D 10-Year Anniversary Eyeshadow Palette. I think it’s very cohesive and well thought out, I love the packaging, and the quality is very good. A few of the mattes do need primer, but I don’t feel that it’s just a bad retread of the Saint & Sinner Palette, as many were saying. I’m very happy with it.

2. Urban Decay Trouble Maker Mascara. It got a lot of hate when it debuted, but I think it lengthens and thickens my lashes really well, and I don’t detect any bad scent to it. I’m not allergic to it, either.

3. Urban Decay x Kristen Leanne Kaleidoscope Dream Eyeshadow Palette. There was lots of hate for the layout and bright colors, but the shadow quality is fabulous.

4. Too Faced Life’s a Festival Eye Shadow & Highlighting Palette. It’s more versatile than people give it credit for, and the quality is really good. The Unicorn Tears highlighter is freaking amazing.

5. Sephora Collection Bright Future Gel Serum Concealer. It’s one of the few that stand up to my oily skin and doesn’t oxidize. It has a good shade selection for fair skin tones.

BONUS: Coastal Scents Hot Pot eyeshadow singles. I bought a bunch that were rated 4 and 5 stars on the site, and they quality is wonderful, even the brights and the mattes. As good as ColourPop’s pressed powder shadows, and I like them better than MUG’s.

I think if you just bought the Saint n Sinner Palette, you don’t need the anniversary palette but I’d hardly say it’s a bad retread. It has decent packaging and the shade selection is cohesive. I swatched it yesterday at Sephora and holy moly those are some pigmented staining eyeshadows. I don’t think it’s the most exciting selection of colors esp for an anniversary but I don’t get where the poor quality comments are coming from. Maybe KVD fatigie? I think most will be happy if they purchase it. I just cannot justify $54 right now😊

1. Estee Lauder Lipsticks- all are a treat to use, easy to apply, comfortable, evenly wearing formula that does not dry lips- I get at least 4 hrs wear out of all of them (Christine – thank you for reminding me of the Hi-Lustre line, I have to buy more!)

2. Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Ultra Lipstick- great moisturizing & saturated lippy, easy to apply, comfortable, evenly wearing formula that really moisturizes lips while looking fab- my go to Summer lippies!

3. Body Shop Aloe line- I have loved Body Shop since the 70’s, they were the 1st to insist on cruelty-free products and to promote ethically sourced ingredients! Their Aloe line is great for troubled/irritated skin. The Aloe Soothing Night Cream is paraben free, fragrance-free, ‘cone free, & alcohol-free- I use it exclusively when I have an eczema flare

4. Body Shop Vitamin E line- This is Body Shop’s oldest line (since 1977) & I’ve used it on my parched skin for 20 yrs. Hydrating without being greasy I love the Vit E Sleeping Mask – it plumps & hydrates just as well as Sisley’s $$$s Black Rose Mask for less than 1/2 the price. BS’s Vit E Moisture Cream has been their best seller for years for dry skin- it really works! (I could do without the heavy baby powder/almond fragrance in this line though)

5. Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Cream Blush- an amazing easy to apply cream blush that is longlasting & does not emphasize texture, I have all the shades!

Bonus: GOSH of Denmark Forever Eyeshadow waterproof eyeshadow sticks- I don’t think you can find these in the US (I bought mine in Dubai) but they come in 4 matte shades & 7 metallic shades. The apply beautifully with rich color, they do not crease nor fade until you take them off- even in high heat & humidity. They do not emphasize texture on my ancient lids and are easily blended out with a fingertip or synthetic brush. I use the matte shades for a base & smooth one of the metallic shades over the inner lid & corner for an instant metallic smokey eye. The matte sticks make an excellent base for powder shadows too!

bibi, Arden Pure Finish Mineral Tinted Moisturizer is also very good, loaded with vitamins and antioxidants, sans alcohol and perfume. A sunscreen with spf 30 or greater underneath, is necessary. Arden is really underrated. I will check the cream blushes, if I’m lucky, I’m in search for a dupe of the Estee Lauder – Victoria Beckham Blonde Mink cream blush.

Well I don’t know if you’re in the US or not but I believe the Body Shop phased out all of their products with aloe if I’m not mistaken. I think bc of the risk of allergic reactions? I believe that’s what they said when I visited awhile back. Just bought their honey bronzer. Very nice and smooth like the Physicians Formula Butter Bronzer

I can’t think of 5 products, but I think the new Tom Ford Lash & Brow Tints that came out this spring were underated-I don’t remember them getting talked about much and wouldn’t have even known they existed were it not for the collection overview here on Temptalia, but I have and love the magenta (TFX22) and copper (TFX24) shades.

1) MAC Extra Dimension Blush: I have three of them – all amazing – and I’ve been wondering why no beauty influencer or YouTube makeup vlogger raves about this product. Come to think of it, MAC doesn’t get a lot of love from the most ‘influential’ beauty influencers.

2) Makeup Geek Highlighter: Ablaze is one of my all-time favourite highlighters. More people need to use this amazing product.

3) Black Up Sublime Powder: Hands down the best highlighter formula I’ve ever tried, period. It doesn’t emphasize pores or skin texture. Instead, it gives your skin an absolutely gorgeous, lit-from-within glow that feels so natural.

I think some brands are underrated of forgotten because other brands are hyped.

Max Factor Face Finity foundation, i use 40, is so nice for me in the winter; the formula, shade. I also like the baked blushes they have, love Seductive Pink, it is good quality.

TheBalm Meet Matte Trimony eyeshadowpalette gives great quality, big pans, nice colours. I also like the blush Hot Mama, Mary luminzer highlighter and the Nude Beach palette

MAC is known for a lot but I really love their eyebrowpencil. The colour Accentuated is perfect, cooltoned and not to dark. Really glad the MUA showed it tot me. Beaming blush indeed is a great example of the extradimension blush but I use it more as highlighter. Maybe that’s what is wrong with why people don’t get it.

Not underrated per se – more like under the radar – but I really like Garbo & Kelly Overnight Sensation palette. The quality is similar to ABH Modern Renaissance, really buttery and easy to apply, the shades are gorgeous, and the (Australian) brand is cruelty free as well.

Bare Minerals glosses, Laura Geller Baked n’ Brighten Blushes (I have Pink Buttercream and Peach Delight, and they are so glowy and STUNNING), Viseart Petit Pro Palette (the original, I use that little palette every day, seriously), also the MUG Highlighters (sooo stunning), and First Aid Beauty Coconut Smoothing Priming Moisturizer.

1. Bad Gal Lash mascara. It gets trashed in the reviews but it’s my HOLY GRAIL

2. Too Faced Candlelight Rosy Glow highlighter. I’ve had a deluxe sample for a while and never really touched it, but tested it out recently and was super impressed! It’s an older/less hyped product that’s still really lovely.

3. Hourglass arch brow pencil. Nobody’s talking about this guy, but it’s soooo much softer and natural than Anastasia Brow Wiz, in my opinion.

4. Pat McGrath lip pencil in Bare Rose. My lips but better, nobody talks about these pencils but they’re bomb!

5. Stellar foundation. It’s awesome, doesn’t break me out, beautiful finish. Needs to be hyped more!

Bad Gal is great. And Stellar, while I haven’t tried the foundation, is a great line from what I’ve tried.

Benefit Air Patrol eyelid primer
L’Oreal Voluminous Lash Primer
Lottie London Tan Time Bronzer
Lord and Berry Brow Pencil
Cover Fx Illuminating Setting Spray (this one is actively hated by lots of people, but if you shake well before using, you don’t get that whole glittery look and your skin looks beautiful. At least mine does.)

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