Is there anything more pleasurable than stalking someone else's favorite beauty products? Probably not... Early last week I was more doom and gloom when I shared some disappointing beauty products, but today it's allllllll about the good stuff! Let's just dive on in!
Hikari Blush in Tango || I actually received this full sized blush in an ipsy glam bag recently. Never one to turn away from a new blush, I gave this one a shot...holy pigmentation! Literally, one dip into the product and bam! Packs. A. Punch. I think this coral-y pink is great for spring and summer.
Milani Baked Blush in Dolce Pink || Another blush. I know, you're shocked. So, this one has easily become my most reached for blush. It is a bronze-y, pink-y, coral with a decent shimmer to it. On my skin tone, I don't really need a bronzer when I wear this blush. It's quick, easy, multifunctional and affordable. Yes, yes and yes! I will be grabbing more shades from Milani's Baked Blush line for sure!
Besame Brightening Violet Powder || When I purchased this powder from Sephora, I was kind of just experimenting. I had recently tried this under eye setting powder from Target and was really pleased, so naturally I wanted to see what else was out there. (I'm not the only one who has trouble adhering to the "if it ain't broke" philosophy when it comes to beauty products, right?) Because this powder is a violet color, it really has a nice subtle brightening effect when used under the eyes. It smells nice, feels really luxurious and keeps my under eye concealer from creasing and looking cakey! The price really isn't terrible either...
MAC Paint Pot in Let's Skate || Hello! Late to the game on the whole MAC paint pot thing. This is actually my very first one. I know the big cult favorite is "painterly" but every time I swatched it in the store it seemed just too dark for my lids. Instead, I opted for this sparkly pink shade that I can just swipe over my lids and call it good. I love that once this is dry, it isn't moving and it adds a nice little something to the lid while requiring zero effort. Lazy eye makeup for the win!