Glossier makeup review
I’ve heard mixed reviews about Glossier. It seems to be the marmite makeup brand for millennials – we either love or hate it.
The brands tagline? ‘Skincare and beauty products inspired by real life’. The brand promotes natural ‘IRL’ looks, demonstrated by a plethora of customer-generated pictures on their Instagram feed. It’s simple, they let their do the consumers do the talking.
The brand is pretty and simplistic, with a straightforward range and minimalist (often pretty-in-pink) packaging. But, are the products worth the hype?
Cloud Paint in Dusk review
Honestly, I love Cloud Paint. I can’t say anything bad about it. A little goes a long way despite the small tube size (annoying). A few dots along the cheekbones and a swish of a finger and you’re good to go. First of all, I was concerned that Dusk may be too dark for me as a brownish nude shade. However, it’s super complimentary and gives a very natural sunkissed glow! To sum it up, I kind of want every shade now.
Cloud Paint comes in six shades:
- Dusk (brownish nude colour)
- Storm (warm rose colour)
- Dawn (sunny coral colour)
- Puff (light cool pink colour)
- Haze (deep berry colour)
- Beam (soft peach colour)
Birthday Balm Dotcom review
Everyone raves about Balm Dotcom and in my opinion, for good reason. I tried the untinted Birthday balm dotcom and have to admit, it leaves your lips feeling sensational. To start, it is really hydrating and leaves a nice subtle shimmer. A few people even asked if it plumps your lips! I don’t believe it does, but it certainly gives the illusion! In conclusion, you need it in your life. The product can be used as either a lip balm or a skin salve. Although you probably wouldn’t want glittery elbows…
Balm dotcom comes in seven flavours:
- Birthday Balm Dotcom
- Original Balm Dotcom
- Rose Balm Dotcom
- Cherry Balm Dotcom
- Mint Balm Dotcom
- Coconut Balm Dotcom
- Mango balm dotcom
Boy Brow in Brown review
I mean, Boy Brow is a good product and does what it says on the tin (tube). However, I wouldn’t class it as life-changing by any means. I actually prefer to use eyebrow powders over pomades, as I like my brows a little darker. Saying this, if you are going for a natural but gradually defined look, you’re sorted. In summary, I’d say use this in the daytime and it’s a solid investment.
Boy Brow comes in four colours:
Any negatives about Glossier?
To clarify, I am now a pretty big fan of Glossier and will purchase from them again. However, there is a negative about the brand that irks me. That is to say, the amount of product in all of the above seems to be lacking. Therefore, I really can’t see these products lasting more than three months with daily use. Undoubtedly, this is a tad annoying.
However, if you are into a brand that will give you a gorgeous and buildable natural look. Look no further than Glossier. Above all, invest in Balm Dotcom ASAP.
If you’re interested in trying Glossier yourself, you can get 10% off your first order using this link.
Have you tried Glossier? If not, what would be your go-to product?