Hi my loves!
These are one of those “best kept secrets” that I feel I should share. I like these little pocket sized pigments because they conveniently fit in your purse for easy touch ups and they have incredible lasting power. I always carry the rouge with me on the go and have been reaching for the eye cream since I got it in late April.
Bonus: I had enough Purist Points saved up to get this baby for free as a purist perk. It is usually priced as $26. Purist points are allotted after each purchase so you can try free full-sized goodies risk free. During a promotion I received double points that lasted me a long time and awarded me a lot of goodies I might not have tried otherwise! I have loved every one so far.
This is the Fruit Pigmented Pot Rouge in Peachy (this color is discontinued, but by looking at the pictures, I think Brandy would be comparable) and the Satin Eye Shadow in Star. These are currently the only 2 I have since I have enough blushes and eye shadows in my arsenal already and they last a longgg time. I just received this star eye shadow about 2 months ago and have been using it almost daily and you can barely tell it’s been used.
I was going to edit out those arm hairs even more until they were completely invisible but that was taking too long and we’re past the whole body shaming fad right? I’m Spanish, I’m hairy, it’s fine. 😂 I tried to hide enough to not distract from the swatch lmao
Both the pot rouge and eye satin are vegan and filled with only clean, organic, and nutritive ingredients. The bases are comprised of avocado oil and rosehip oil and pigmented with delicate fruits such as peaches, apricots, and papaya to name a few. All ingredients are always disclosed with complete transparency but rest assured there are no toxic chemicals in these products. To view the full ingredients of the rouge, click here. For the list of ingredients of the satin eye shadow, click here.
The pot rouge is interesting because I was expecting it to be creamy like the Fruit Pigmented Lip & Cheek Tint, but instead it goes on almost powdery, like a true blush. It doesn’t have a chalky or dry color pay off though and remains true to its color and somewhat moisturizing. It matches pretty closely to the Pretty Naked Blush which is convenient for me because if I start my face with pretty naked (my standard go-to) I can touch up with this on the go and not transform my look. It’s buildable so you can choose a more natural glow versus a dramatic look and it has lasting staying power. I find it works best finishing with a setting spray, but I’ve been doing that lately no matter what makeup I have on my face and have been loving it.
Since the particular color I have is unfortunately discontinued now, if I had to choose a close second it would be this one, called “Brandy“
The satin eye shadow is creamy and you can build up the intensity of the color to your choosing as well. I do notice creasing in my eyelids but I have yet to use any eye shadow or cream that doesn’t do that after a while–simply because I have naturally oily lids. I’ve tried primers and setting powders but I think it’s a personal problem, to be honest. I love using it as a cheekbone highlighter as well and also as an added hue overtop chapstick. It looks like this on my lips:
👇🏽Here is a picture of me wearing both products, the pot rouge on my cheeks and the eye satin on my lids, inner corner, and lips:
👇🏽Here is a picture of me wearing Star on my eyelids, inner corner, and as a cheekbone highlighter:
🌿Eye liner: Black Tea Long Last Liquid Eye Liner
🌿Blush: Fruit Pigmented Pretty Naked Blush.
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