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REVIEW: MAKEUP REVOLUTION CONCEAL & DEFINE CONCEALER

REVIEW: MAKEUP REVOLUTION CONCEAL & DEFINE CONCEALER

The Makeup Revolution Conceal & Define Concealer (*) (£4 for 4 g) is the concealer that everyone has been talking about lately, which is why I needed to try it! On the brand’s own website, revolutionbeauty.com (*), the concealer has received 4.7 stars out of 5 on average, which is really good! They also state that the concealer is the winner of the Cosmopolitan Beauty Award 2018. All of these things really gets my hope up for this concealer! So let’s get down to business and take a look at what they state this concealer will do:

  • The formula is lightweight with full coverage
  • Cover blemishes
  • Even skin tone
  • Counteract dark circles
  • Has a matte finish
  • Won’t settle or accentuate fine lines and pores
  • Long wearing

Who wouldn’t want all of this in their concealer?! To show you how the concealer performs, I have made a small wear test for you. This is my first time doing a wear test for a concealer, so when I took the picture of my eyes after 8 hours of wear, I realised that I maybe should have taken a picture at around 4 hours of wear. I instead took a picture the day after wearing the same concealer applied with the same technique at 4 hours of wear. The quality is crab, to say the least, as it is taken with my iPhone in very bad lighting as I wasn’t home the entire day. I hope you can bear with me! But let’s take a look at the wear test:

The first photo in the wear test is me only with foundation on. I never put foundation on my eyes as I don’t want that many layers on my skin. The second photo is right after I have blended out the concealer (*) with my beautyblender. The photo after that is after I have baked the concealer with translucent loose powder. I always bake my concealer. I actually bake my entire face. The reason why I always bake my under eyes is that I have some deep creases below my eyes. I have had them for as long as I can remember! If I don’t bake, then my concealer looks awful and will sink into my creases straight away! The fourth photo is right after I finished my eye makeup. The fifth photo is a flash test. I think it is safe to say that this concealer definitely passed it! I then went about my day and took the last two photos after 8 hours of wear.


As you can see in the last two photos of the wear test, the concealer had sunken into my creases. How much a concealer sinks into my creases depends on a lot of things like how the weather was and what I was doing that day. The humidity in Denmark is right now at 100% which is why the concealer will sink into my creases even more than it would do with a lower humidity. To show you my creases a bit more, I have included these two pictures. The one to the left with the good quality is taken right after I applied my eye makeup. As you can see, the concealer has not sunken into my creases here. The photo to the right is the one I talked about earlier in this review. I took the photo the day after my wear test to show you how the concealer looks after 4 hours of wear. None to less has sunken into my creases!

The concealer (*) is available in 25 shades! 25 SHADES! I own it in shade C0 and C1 as I am very fair. I like to apply the C1 in an upside down triangle under my eyes and then put a dot of C0 (pure white) under each eye and blend it out. It comes with a doe-foot applicator which picks up a lot of product. I really like the look of the component, it is very stylish and cute with the pink!

I have used this concealer for quite some time now, and it is, as they state, very lightweight while still being very full coverage! It did not settle into any fine lines, but it did sink into my creases over time which I did expect and I don’t mind. I also find it very long wearing as I think it looks pretty much the same if you take a look at my wear test again and look at the flash test and the photo below it which is the photo of the concealer after 8 hours of wear. The only difference is that the flash test photo is taken at daylight and the other at nighttime.

The concealer does have a matte finish which you will be able to confirm yourself by looking at the second photo at the top of my wear test. I have not used the concealer to cover any blemishes as I always use the Dermacol Make-Up Cover Foundation for that. But it really did cover my dark circles and even out my skin tone under my eyes. So the product does live up to all of the claims! Because of that, I will award the Makeup Revolution Conceal and Define Concealer (*) 5 out of 5 possible hearts!

This concealer (*) makes me so happy! I love how it looks, how it feels, how it wears, and how inclusive it is! I mean, there is a shade for everyone! If you have not tried this concealer yet, then I think it is time you do! And it is only £4 so if you don’t end up liking it, it is not that big of a loss. But seriously, I think you will love it! Let me know if you have tried the concealer and how you like it! It could also be very helpful if you told us about your under eye skin, is it oily, dry, normal, mature? I would say my under eyes are pretty normal but tends to go dry if the weather is cold. Thank you so much for reading, I hope to see you back soon! xx

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REVIEW: DERMACOL MAKEUP COVER FOUNDATION *UPDATED*

REVIEW: DERMACOL MAKEUP COVER FOUNDATION *UPDATED*

As you might have guessed from the title of this post, this is an updated review of the Dermacol Makeup Cover Foundation. I have, obviously, done one before, but as I can see a lot of people still read it, I wanted to update it to how I write my reviews now.

The Dermacol Makeup Cover Foundation (£14.90 for 30 g) is said to be the first of its kind in Europe and one of the first in the world. I own mine in the shade 207. Besides this full coverage foundation does Dermacol also offer 10 other foundations which include other full coverage foundations and more natural foundations.

On their website, they state that the foundation:
 – are extreme covering
 – have a natural looking finish
 – are waterproof
 – are hypoallergenic
 – are for all skin types
 – contains SPF 30
 – are preservative-free

I want to start out by talking about the packaging. I think that the box the foundation comes in is really cute and that the tube that contains the foundation looks stunning as well! The only thing I dislike about the packaging is, as I also mentioned in my previous review, the material the tube is made of as it will crack in the edges over time. This will result in you getting foundation all over your fingers when you are squeezing the foundation out of the tube. No thank you.

I use the picture of the packaging from my old review as I no longer store the foundation in its original packaging. I bought a container which can hold 30 g so a tube of foundation can be stored in there.

As they state, the foundation is extremely pigmented. The first time I heard about the foundation was in a video on Instagram where they showed that it could cover up a tattoo. I tested this on my boyfriend’s arm. I used a pretty thick layer of the foundation and it covered his tattoo pretty good. It might have been better with a colour corrector underneath. If I want to wear a full face of makeup, I usually do not go for this foundation as my foundation. I would normally only use this as a concealer because it is so full coverage. If I want to wear no-makeup makeup, I actually use this one because you can make it look pretty natural if you only apply it to the centre of your face and then blend it out. I prefer a makeup sponge to blend out this foundation. The foundation is also waterproof as long as you don’t rub your face if it has become wet. If your foundation has become wet, then lightly tab it dry.

I have sensitive normal skin, and I think this foundation works great for my skin type! I have used this foundation for about three years now and it has never irritated my skin. If you have dry skin and maybe dry padges or flakes of skin, then this foundation might cling to it depending on your primer. If I have a dried out pimple, I like to use the NYX Cosmetics Pore Filler (*) on the pimple, then the foundation won’t cling to it!

I really like this foundation which also is why I have been using it for three years now. The only thing that irritates me is the material the tube is made of. I will award this foundation 5 out of 5 possible hearts!

I think this foundation is very versatile and is great for a lot of different looks. I think it is sad that they only offer 16 shades and there are no darker shades in the range. I hope you enjoyed this updated review! Let me know in the comments if you have tried the Dermacol Makeup Cover Foundation before, and if you like it or not! I hope to see you back soon! xx

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Review: ColourPop Cosmetics Ultra Satin Liquid Lipstick

Review: ColourPop Cosmetics Ultra Satin Liquid Lipstick

The ColourPop Cosmetics Ultra Satin Liquid Lipstick (£4.5 for 3.2 g) is the creme liquid lipstick the brand offers. So this lipstick will not dry down matte like a matte liquid lipstick but stay creamy. The brand also offers Ultra Matte Liquid Lipsticks and Ultra Blotted Liquid Lipsticks in their “Liquid Lipstick” category. I own the satin liquid lipstick in the shades Baracuda and Jiffy which is a collaboration with Amanda Steele, so it is no longer available on their website.

On their website, they state that the lipstick
is highly pigmented
is a creamy, bold lipstick with a satin finish
 is super long-wearing
 is not completely kiss-proof and does transfer

The lipsticks are so pigmented that they will cover your lip colour with the first swipe. They will stay creamy on your lips but compared to how wet they are when you first apply them, they do dry down a bit. Even though it is a creamy liquid lipstick, they do stay for a good amount of time on your lips but this does depend on if and how you eat or drink. As they also state, this formula is not kiss- or transfer-proof but it does take some time before you will need to reapply. ColourPop is an affordable brand so of course, the packaging is a bit cheap if it has to be affordable. As you can tell on the packaging of Baracuda, almost all the writing on the tube is gone even though I have only used it 2-3 times. I noticed that the two liquid lipsticks I own have different doe foot applicators where the one on Baracuda is more fluffy than the one on Jiffy. I personally prefer a less fluffy applicator like the one on Jiffy.

I will award this liquid lipstick 4.5 hearts out of five possible!

I really enjoy the formula of these liquid lipsticks and I love how long they last on the lips even though they have a satin and very comfortable finish. The only reason I don’t award the liquid lipstick the full five hearts is because the writing goes off so easy and so fast. I don’t see any writing missing on the other shade, Jiffy, so it is possible for them to make it stay. Have you tried the Ultra Satin Liquid Lipsticks from ColourPop Cosmetics? If you have, then let me know your opinion in the comments!

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Review: Wet n Wild Photo Focus Foundation

Review: Wet n Wild Photo Focus Foundation

The Wet n Wild Photo Focus Foundation (£4.5 for 30 mL) is the foundation the brand is most known for. They offer two other foundations, CoverAll Creme Foundation and Ultimate Match SPF 15 Foundation, plus a BB Cream. The Wet n Wild brand is really hard to find in the EU! They only have a couple of shades available on some makeup sites and I have only seen some shades in one physical store but the lightest shade they had available did luckily enough match me! And it is not even the lightest shade hahah! I can’t find the foundation on any UK webshops either. I own the foundation in the shade Soft Ivory.

On their website, they state that the foundation
is skin-perfecting
have a matte, light-diffusing complex to give your skin #nofilter perfection
 prevents white cast in photos

The foundation comes with a spatula instead of a pump. For some people, this is a problem but it doesn’t really bother me. The coverage of the foundation is medium but buildable. They state that the foundation is matte but I still think your skin looks alive when wearing it as it is not too matte. I do notice that it clings onto dry patches on my skin. I normally don’t set my entire face with powder but I do think you need to with this one as it doesn’t feel like it really dries down so powder products like bronzer, highlight, and blush will be tough to blend as it will cling onto the foundation. The foundation is available in 20 shades but I think they miss some of the deeper skin tones. They state that the foundation prevents white cast in photos so I tried to take some photos with the foundation on. The first photo is only the foundation and concealer while the second photo is with my makeup done. As you can tell, there is no flashback on any of these photos.

I will award this foundation 5 out of 5 hearts!

I think it is amazing they offer such an incredible foundation at such a low cost! I really think Wet n Wild needs to make an EU webshop so it is easier for us in Europe to get our hands on their products! Have you tried the Photo Focus Foundation from Wet n Wild? If you have, then let me know your opinion in the comments!

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Review: Coloured Raine Cosmetics Matte Lip Paint

Review: Coloured Raine Cosmetics Matte Lip Paint

The Coloured Raine Cosmetics Matte Lip Paint (£15 for 4 g) is the matte liquid lipstick formula the brand offers. They also offer lip glosses known as Lip Lacquer and stick lipsticks with satin finishes known as Satin Lipsticks. I own the Matte Lip Paint in the shade Brick House.

On their website they state that the lipstick
will dry down matte leaving your lips vibrant for hours
won’t budge unless oil based product is used for removal

At first sight I noticed that the applicator is more flat than usual and not as “fluffy”. I like that it isn’t as fluffy but I would have liked a more curved applicator like a doe foot applicator. But the applicator does it’s job I just personally prefer the doe foot applicator. The formula is very pigmented and is really easy to apply! The liquid lipstick dries down very fast and feels a bit uncomfortable at first but it is like the uncomfortable feeling will go away after a while and will afterward feel lightweight on the lips. There is no transfer at all! Once the liquid lipstick has dried down matte it won’t move! I don’t think you absolutely need an oil based product to remove the lipstick as I am able to remove it using a baby wipe. But if you want to make it easier for your self, then a oil based remover is a good choice.

I will award this liquid lipstick 5 hearts out of 5 possible!

I think this is an incredible good liquid lipstick formula and I will definitely get wear out of this one! I also think I would invest in more shades of this formula. I am not the biggest fan of the packaging as I just don’t think it looks cute at all. But the product works so it is okay hahah. Have you tried the Matte Lip Paint from Coloured Raine Cosmetics? If you have, then let me know your opinion in the comments!

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Review: L’Oréal Paris Paradise Mascara

Review: L’Oréal Paris Paradise Mascara

The L’Oréal Paris Paradise Mascara (£12 for 6.4 mL) is one of the newest mascara launches from the brand. The mascara is available in another form in the US called Lash Paradise Mascara. When looking into the ingredients there are some differences which I have marked with bold writing. The ones marked are not present in the other mascara.

Ingredients Paradise Mascara, EU (source: Sainsburys.co.uk)
Aqua / Water, Paraffin, Potassium Cetyl Phosphate, Copernicia Cerifera Cera / Carnauba Wax, Ethylene/Acrylic Acid Copolymer, Styrene/Acrylates/Ammonium Methacrylate Copolymer, Cera Alba / Beeswax, Synthetic Beeswax, Bis-Diglyceryl Polyacyladipate-2, Polybutene, Cetyl Alcohol, Steareth-20, Glyceryl Dibehenate, Steareth-2, Phenoxyethanol, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Acacia Senegal Gum, Tribehenin, Caprylyl Glycol, Glyceryl Behenate, Sodium Dehydroacetate, Hydrogenated Jojoba Oil, Hydrogenated Palm Oil, Disodium EDTA, Butylene Glycol, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Tetrasodium EDTA, Ricinus Communis Seed Oil / Castor Seed Oil, Maltodextrin, Potassium Sorbate, BHT, Centaurea Cyanus Flower Extract, [+/- May contain: CI 77499 / Iron Oxides], (F.I.L. B206093/2)

Ingredients Lash Paradise Mascara, US (source: Ulta.com)
Aqua / Water / Eau, Paraffin, Potassium Cetyl Phosphate, Copernicia Cerifera Cera / Carnauba Wax / Cire De Carnauba, Ethylene / Acrylic Acid Copolymer, Styrene / Acrylates / Ammonium Methacrylate Copolymer, Cera Alba / Beeswax / Cire Dabeille, Synthetic Beeswax, Bis-Diglyceryl Polyacyladipate-2, Polybutene, Cetyl Alcohol, Steareth-20, Glyceryl Dibehenate, Steareth-2, Phenoxyethanol, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Acacia Senegal Gum, Tribehenin, Caprylyl Glycol, Glyceryl Behenate, Sodium Dehydroacetate, Hydrogenated Jojoba Oil, Hydrogenated Palm Oil, Disodium EDTA, Butylene Glycol, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Silica, Tetrasodium EDTA, Potassium Sorbate, BHT. May Contain: CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499 / Iron Oxides, CI 77007 / Ultramarines.

Since the product first launched in the US I guess this is the orignial formula. I don’t see why they changed the formula as I don’t think silica (silicone dioxide) in the mascara could do any harm.

On their website they state that the mascara
will give your lashes intense volume and length
makes your lashes feel softer without any flaking

I think this mascara makes my lashes look beautiful! It does give them a lot of volume and a good amount of length. It keeps looking great on my lashes for a good amount of time but it does transfer to my skin beneath my brows which I find a lot of mascaras does. When trying out this mascara I got an allergic reaction to something in it so my eyes began to scratch the day after I have worn it and my eyelids turned red and dry. The first time I tried the mascara I tried a new eyeliner as well so I did not know what caused the reaction. But after a second try I got the same reaction again which is why I never will use this mascara again. I have not found anyone saying they had an allergic reaction as well. I don’t know what caused my reaction but if you are allergic to a lot of different things and have sensitive skin, then I would not recommend this product.

I will award this mascara 3 out of 5 hearts.

Even though I think this mascara looks gorgeous on the eyes I hate that it causes an allergic reaction. I don’t know what caused the reaction but I have sent them a message to hear if they know anything. So many people love this mascara so if you don’t have any known allergies then I think you would love this one as well. Have you tried the Paradise Mascara from L’Oréal Paris? If you have, then let me know your opinion in the comments!

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Review: ColourPop Cosmetics Ultra Metallic Lip

Review: ColourPop Cosmetics Ultra Metallic Lip

The ColourPop Cosmetics Ultra Matte Lip (£4.6 for 2.85 g) are the metallic liquid lipsticks the brand offers. I own the metallic liquid lipstick in the shades 3-Way and Man Eater.

On their website they state that the liquid lipstick
is super intense
is transfer-proof
is very long-wearing
feels smooth and comfortable on the lips

The pigment in these metallic liquid lips are super intense and you will not be able to see your own lip colour through it as it is super pigmented! I don’t think they are a 100% transfer-proof as some of the colour does come of when drinking or doing the kiss test. They do look good for a good amount of time but I do believe they will need to be reapplied after some time depending on what you are doing. They do feel really good on the lips. They don’t dry down “matte” but stay a bit wet and reminds me a bit of a regular creme lipstick.

I will award this metallic liquid lipstick 3 hearts out of 5 possible.

I do enjoy these metallic liquid lips. I think they are fun and are full of pigment! The longevity of the lipstick does depend on what you are doing as it will wear off slowly. Even though the lipstick does transfer I will still be using it. Have you tried the Ultra Metallic Lip from ColourPop Cosmetics? If you have, then let me know your opinion in the comments!

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Review: Makeup Revolution Liquid Highlighter

Review: Makeup Revolution Liquid Highlighter

The Makeup Revolution Liquid Highlighter (£6 for 18 mL) is the liquid highlighter that the brand, Makeup Revolution, offers. They also offer a lot of different powder highlighters as well as stick highlighters. I own the liquid highlighter in the shade Starlight. It is available in six other shades as well.

On their website they state that the highlighter
is highly pigmented
can be applied on the face as highlighter or mixed into the foundation for a luminous look

When I first heard that Makeup Revolution was coming out with a liquid highlighter I could not wait to get my hands on it! There have been so much talk about the liquid highlighters from Iconic London but it is always so much nicer to try new products when they are affordable. I was so exited that they came out with seven shades and at least one of them would work on my fair skintone. The liquid highlighter is soooo pigmented I was so shocked when I first applied it to my cheekbones! If you don’t like a blinding highlight, then this is not for you! The highlight keeps going strong all day! It does not fade or move! I also tried mixing it into my foundation. At first I was a bit afraid that it would alter the shade of my foundation but it still matched me. I applied it all over my face and down my neck and it looked gorgeous! Depending on how much highlight you mix into the foundation the more glow you will get! I only mixed in about 2-4 drops as I did not know what to expect. But it looked so stunning through the 8+ hours I wore it!

I will award this liquid highlighter 5 out of 5 hearts!

I really adore this liquid highlighter and it is highly pigmented, as they state, and can be used as a highlighter or mixed into foundation or any other stuff like cremes! I hope they release more shades as I would like to see some more fair shades like an all white shade or a silver one! They have a shade named Unicorn Elixir which looks a bit different than the other ones on their swatches on their website:

It does not look as pigmented as the other ones and looks like it contains a lot of glitter witch the others don’t look like they do. I can say for sure that Starlight dosen’t contain glitter. Have you tried the Liquid Highlighter from Makeup Revolution? If you have, then let me know your opinion in the comments!

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Review: ColourPop Cosmetics Ultra Matte Liquid Lipstick

Review: ColourPop Cosmetics Ultra Matte Liquid Lipstick

The ColourPop Cosmetics Ultra Matte Liquid Lipstick (£4.5 for 3.2 g) are one of the finishes the brand ColourPop offers their liquid lipsticks in. They also offers satin mattes and a sheer matte finish which they call blotted matte. I own the Ultra Matte Liquid Lipstick in the shades Beeper, Bumble, Love Bug, and Thursday.

On their website they state that the liquid lipstick
have a thin, lightweight formula
 glides smoothly onto the lips
have a super intense pigment
leaves you with a ultra matte look
is very long-wearing and 100% kiss proof (no transferring)

I had heard that the Ultra Matte formula from ColourPop should be uncomfortable on the lips so I was both sad and scared to try them as I would love to find some cheap liquid lipstick I actually liked and I feel like there are a lot to chose from in the ColourPop range! But when I first tried one I was completely shocked! The formula was nothing I had expected at all! It is so easy to work with on the lips and none of the shades I own is streaky which really surprised me! When the liquid lipstick dries down it dries completely matte but is very comfortable on the lips! Maybe one of the most comfortable formulas I have ever tried! I did a wear test with the shade Beeper at my uncles 50th birthday party and it stayed on through all the meals and did not transfer onto my glass! I was so impressed! I wore it for more than 8 hours and nothing moved! Not even in the centre of the lips where the lipstick normally fades first. Everything was perfect and it kept staying comfortable all night!

One thing I find weird is that the applicator on the shade Thursday is not the same as the other three. I prefer the more fluffy applicator which is what the three other shades comes with. I feel like it picks up more product; I only needed two dips into the container with the other shades but three dips with Thursday. Why Thursday comes with a different applicator I don’t know. Another thing I noticed is that the shades dry down to darker shades than what they looks like in the container (especially Beeper) which I think is what to be expected from a matte formula.

The packaging is what to expect for £4.5. The container itself is very lightweight and the logo and information on the container wears of very easy.

I will award this liquid lipstick 5 out of 5 hearts!

I can’t believe I didn’t try them out sooner! I need to wear this formula a lot more and invest in a lot of shades! Have you tried the Ultra Matte Liquid Lipstick from ColourPop Cosmetics? If you have, then let me know your opinion in the comments and tell me your favourite shade!

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Review: Jeffree Star Cosmetics Skin Frost

Review: Jeffree Star Cosmetics Skin Frost

The Jeffree Star Cosmetics Skin Frost (£25.50 for 15 g) is the highlighter the brand offers. Right now, Jeffree Star Cosmetics have 12 shades as a part of the permanent selection. I own the shade Lavender Snow from the permanent line but own two limited editions as well.

On his website he state that the highlighter
is extremely pigmented
have a unique soft buttery formula

I was really surprised over how pigmented the skin frost Lavender Snow was the first time I swatched it and applied it to my cheeks. My boyfriend even told me I looked like a discoball hahahah. But I like that it was blinding as that is what he states and what he always talk about in his youtube videos.

I think there is a big difference in how pigmented and blinding the skin frosts are. Lavender Snow from the permanent line is very blinding while the other skin frosts I own (which are limited edition) is not as blinding or as good quality. I own Eclipse and Crystal Ball, I do think Eclipse is very pretty but not blinding as I would have expected. I think Crystal Ball have a weird texture where it don’t spread out evenly. I think the actual formula of them is a bit strange as some of them seem to develop some kind of layer upon the product so you can’t get any pay off. I see it in my pans where I have used more pressure than I normally would for example if I have used a small brush and want my brow bone to really pop, then I would apply more pressure into the pan to get more product onto the brush.

I will award the Skin Frosts 4 hearts out of 5 possible.

I really like this product and how many shades there are available. I would have preferred if the pigmentation were about the same in every shade of them but as I don’t prefer a ultra blinding highlight I don’t mind that some of them isn’t but I would be disappointed if I was seeking a very blinding highlight and got something there was not as blinding as expected. I also find it weird that the formula develops some kind of shield but as I only use the smaller brushes in the edges of the pan it doesn’t affect the entire pan. Have you tried the Jeffree Star Cosmetics Skin Frosts? If you have, then let me know your opinion in the comments and what your favourite shade of Skin Frost is!

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