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best organic makeup products 🌱
✨I made the switch to natural/organic products years ago and one of the main areas of my life I wanted to “clean up” was my makeup products. These three products honestly changed my life (a little dramatic) 😆 but they truly changed the way my skin tolerated makeup and felt much more comfortable 💫 Ursa Major - Fortifying Face Balm First up is this face balm that is the perfect primer, especially if your going for a more matte base. It’s formulated with soothing ingredients and the scent is absolutely divine! (EOs not artificial) This balm blurs out any imperfections and gives the perfect base to lay your foundation on top. It’s also a moisturizer so you kind of get two products in 1 🤩 I would suggest it more for oily/acne-prone skin though 👌🏽 GRESSA - Minimalist Corrective Serum Foundation This foundation is the best foundation I’ve ever owned. A little goes a very long way, and it doesn’t or look cakey on my skin. What I love most about is the consistency! One drop gives you a bb/cc cream look; very minimal. Two drops gives you bit more coverage. Three to four drops is FULL COVERAGE 😁😁 it dries down to a more matte finish, so adding a hydrating primer under it can give a more dewy look if that’s what you prefer. Highly recommend for those who do their makeup everyday - can save you money 💴 W3LL PEOPLE - Bio Correct Multi-Action Concealer This is a great concealer for covering up imperfections. I don’t highlight my face much, so I got the color to match my skin. But this would work great either way. I typically blend this in with a brush and/or a beauty sponge and it sets great. I do get some creasing but nothing some baking couldn’t fix 😉 Let me know if you all want another review of my organic makeup collection! 💛 #CheriePartner
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moonchild.beauty
My favorite eye look! 👀
🌟 I love the fun I have when doing my makeup. I am not a professional whatsoever and typically go for a neutral eye look that can basically be used for any occasion! This is my usual eye look that I go for when going out and it’s super easy for me because I only have to use one eye shadow palette! 🥳 PACIfICA - Pink Nudes Mineral Eyeshadows 1. I start by priming my eyes with a concealer - my favorite is the W3LL PEOPLE - Bio Correct Multi-Action Concealer I use a beauty sponge to blend this across my lids REAL TECHNIQUES - Miracle Complexion Sponge 2. Next I use a crease brush and blend the color TOUCHED into my crease and corner of my lid. If I want to add more depth to my look, I’ll pop RAPTURE on top of TOUCHED 3. Then, I use a shadow brush to pat the color NUDE all over my lid 4. Last, I use a blending brush to blend the colors together 5. At this point you can pop on falsies, eyeliner, and anything else you want to make the look pop more. For me, I like to keep it basic, so just liner on my water line and some mascara. ✨ What’s your favorite go-to makeup palette? 🎨 🧚🏽 #CheriePartner
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moonchild.beauty
New, Improved Clean Beauty 💛🖤
The mascara I’ve been using for over a decade has gotten FLAKY to say the least. MAYBELLINE - Define-A-Lash Lengthening Mascaragets so smudgy even if I don’t wear it on my bottom lashes. I don’t even know until I look at the end of the day and it basically look like I’ve put black eyeshadow below my eyes... I was fed up. In walks a luxury mascara: Original Expressionist Mascara by W3LL people in Pro Brown (from Ulta for $19.99) I also invested in a basic eyelash curler ($7 from target) to really see an effective comparison for those of you that do curl your lashes. This was to see if it would match up against my $8.99 drugstore mascara that I have been using for ages usually in Blackest Black. I bought a new tube just to make sure it was a fair match, which I accidentally purchased in Very Black. (I’ve found the Define-A-Lash gets flakier the longer I have it). Other drugstore brands I’ve tried just don’t give me the look I want (they are clump and/or get everywhere either during application or not long after). These two are actually very similar in effect as you can see in the side by side, even though one of them is in brown. It’s almost unnoticeable that I’m wearing two different mascaras! Also the applicators are pretty similar although it did take me a second to get used to the Expressionist formula & applicator So is this mascara worth its price? Well not only is the brand something I’m very motivated to support, comparing all the photos I took during and after wear of both, I think the formula by W3LL people is definitely worth it. Even when I rubbed my eyes without thinking about it, this mascara didn’t let me down nearly as bad. Not entirely smudge proof but I think it’s a lot healthier for my lashes. Not crusty! Not drying! Glides on, builds on, and wears off evenly without flaking! And I found my lashes felt sooo much softer the day after 😍 I’m happy but still searching for a not waterproof but smudge proof mascara if that’s even possible — so any thoughts on thrive causemetics - Liquid Lash Extensions Mascara™?? Also I love clean AND sustainable but I thought about buying both of Too Faced’s best sellers to try too... maybe another mascara face-off is in the cards!
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babonysloany
Non-Toxic Mascara , is it worth the hype?
Today I’m giving my honest review on @w3llpeople Expressionist Volumizing Mascara. Pros: -It’s cruelty free, non toxic, and plant based. -Buy online or at Target -Comes in Black and Brown . Cons: -not a Jet Black, more of a blue/grey hue -flakes and runs on the bottom of my eyes after 2-3hrs of wear -not easily buildable for volume and curled look . . W3LL PEOPLE - Expressionist Mascara I would not buy this mascara again, I would stick to my favorite from @benefitcosmetics Bad Gal Lash. I need a mascara that can give me the look of lash extensions for a fraction of the price 😃 . 👉🏼 Find more VIDEOS on beauty product tips and reviews @beautyroams_ on IG
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BeautyRoams

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boy brow vs w3ll people brow gel
boy brow vs w3ll people brow gel
Second pic: natural eyebrow Third pic: boy brow left, W3ll people right I have been a long time fan of glossier’s boy brow eyebrow gel. I think it gives a really natural look, and adds to my standard “less is more” makeup routine. However, I found this vegan drugstore brand of eyebrow gel from W3ll People and wanted to give it a try! It is a touch cheaper than glossier, and more accessible since you can find it at target etc. overall, boy brow is the winner (pictured on the left in the third photo). Glossier. - Boy Brow my only drawback about this gel is that, due to the upward stroke application, I sometimes have to use a spoolie to smooth my eyebrows into the shape I want. But as for as color and fill, I think this is the perfect brow gel for someone who wants a little bit of definition without looking like they have done anything to their brows. W3LL PEOPLE - Expressionist Brow Gel as you can see in the third picture, this gel goes on cakey and leaves a lot of product behind (in the picture I even went over it with a q tip to wipe off the excess, and it is still too much). Also, unlike boy brow, I can feel this gel on my eyebrow - it feels waxy and heavy, and not as natural as the glossier product. This brand is fine if you want to go for the darker, more noticeably filled in look, especially on a budget, but it is definitely waxier and leaves a lot of product behind.
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kins
Boy Brow
Glossier.-Boy Brow
I love the jeweled tones in th
I love the jeweled tones in this eyeshadow palette! 🌱 I didn’t know much about their products besides the eyeshadow palette, but when I was at @Target I fell head over heels with their product line. I have been enjoying cream products lately, so I had to have the High Vibrations Cream Cheek Palette. Then I couldn’t make up my mind if I liked the powder version better, so unfortunately 😂 I had to get them both, and a lipstick might have also made its way into my cart as well. Their packaging is so simple and pretty—the second picture shows the packaging. 🌱 I love to do my research on what a brand stands for and what their backstory/mission is, and I love the mission behind @w3llpeople. The brand was started by three skincare-loving friends who shared a passion to radically change a badly broken cosmetics industry for the better. They approach beauty with simplicity, authenticity, and most importantly, the belief that clean beauty outperforms conventional every time. Their products are non-toxic, cruelty-free, plant-based, and sustainable.
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kellijb8
Nudist Eyeshadow Palette
W3LL PEOPLE-Nudist Eyeshadow Palette