Hey Friends! Today we are playing an all brand new makeup. I’m so excited about this video. I purchased a lot of makeup last week and I was hoping that I could film it quickly and get it up right away because a lot of this is brand new launches, but didn’t happen because Paul and I had our wedding anniversary was this week.! We decided last minute to go to San Antonio for two days. It was needed and so fun! We had a great time. I am finally filming I’m going to be using new products from Rare Beauty and I’m going to be using the new Charlotte Tilbury palette!
I don’t have anything on my skin right now one thing that I wanted to do was use the new Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Flawless Setting Spray. This is a primer and sets and works for 16 hours! I usually love setting sprays. I think good ones really do work and are worth the extra step.
For foundation, we’re going to go in with the new Rare Beauty Liquid Touch Weightless Foundation. I got the shade 190 warm. It’s a “foundation elixir that feels barely there while building coverage and boosting your natural glow.” Now I have worn this once and I really liked the way that it applied. It was super lightweight. It reminded me of like the serum foundations that are just so lightweight. The texture of it is really really interesting and very different than a typical foundation, almost like water. I like that it has a big doe foot applicator to make application pretty nice and easy. And this spreads really well it a little bit of a goes a long way. What I recommend is get good coverage over the face and then blend out with your favorite foundation brush. I’m going to start by pressing in the center of the face. Because this foundation is so lightweight, you’ll find that it takes no time to blend. It’s also pretty forgiving in terms of shades because it is more sheer. The shade I chose looks pretty yellow on me but it blends into the skin nicely. When I wore it I noticed that it had a really like radiant look to it a very natural, hydrated look- almost like your skin looks after you apply a rich moisturizer. That’s kind of how I left the skin. I felt like it looked really pretty. I don’t remember it wearing all day on me though. I just work this into the skin by buffing in little circles. That gives pretty good coverage for being so lightweight and it says that it’s buildable. I’m going to kind of blend this in I’m going to let it sit for a minute or two and then I’m going to go and add any that I feel like I might need a little more coverage like around the nose where there is still a little of pink.
Next we’re gonna move on to concealer. I’m going to use the Fenty Beauty Concealer to conceal under the eyes and I have shade 230. I primed the under eye area with a little bit of the Elemis Absolute Eye Serum. If I feel like my eyes are really dry I like to use that to prime under the eye before I go in with concealer so I don’t have a really dry, cake-y look. I go in with the BK Beauty Sponge to blend this into the skin. I like this concealer. I don’t know if it’s the particular shade that I like or the formula but it nicely brightens the under eye area and I find that it stays on pretty well, it gives good coverage, and it doesn’t look heavy.
The foundation feels a little tacky, it definitely feels like you want to set it with a powder or it’ll move and again so I set it with a little bit of the translucent powder from Lancome. I use the Lancome Long Time No Shine Powder. And this is a very matte powder, it really just cancels out any glow. I use a big fluffy brush and I use very little product so I bounce it off my hand so that I don’t get an excess amount of product. I set everything really, really softly you can also use the lid of the powder to kind of bounce it back and forth as well as your hand just to make sure you don’t get too much. The foundation looks really pretty with the setting powder!
For bronzer I use the Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Bronzer and I have the shade number two medium. I like this bronzer because there’s a nice level of warmth to it. It feels very silky. It’s a very silky powder kind of like her pressed powders so it blends out really nicely.
I do have a new brow product to try with you guys it is the Rare Beauty Brow Harmony Pencil and Gel. I got the shade cool brown. I’ve actually been using this and I like the formula but I think the color is just too dark for me. It’s very, very rich and pigment, you just I mean you barely apply any pressure and you get a lot of pay off. This color works but I should have gone when one shade lighter especially because it is so intense and rich, that it’s real easy to go to dark with this one on me but I got it and I used it and I’m not going to return it so we’re just going to make it work. The tip of it is a kind of shaped like a triangle. If you use the tip you can get nice little finer strokes here in the bulk of the brow but once that starts to dole out it will be hard to get real fine stroke. If you are someone that likes a pencil that gives really fine detail strokes, I have a feeling this one isn’t gonna work out for you because it’s too thick and it’s really creamy. It pays off well, but that tip is going to dole down quickly. I almost don’t even pencil on my brows like I normally would, because I’m afraid that it’s going to be too much. I use the other side, which I do like a lot. This is gel, and I think this color is perfect, it’s much lighter. It is kind of more of that light brown taupe and I love the brush on it, it’s very, very small. You can really control where you apply it in the brow. I use this side to give a little bit of volume to the brows, but also to blend and soften that pencil. I’m not sure how I feel about the brow pencil. There are some there are some pros to it. But I also think the pros of it could be a con for some people, like it being so creamy. I do like that it’s a pencil on one side of gel on one side. I like the size of the brush. I don’t know how I feel about it yet, but I will let you know!
Next for cheeks, we’re gonna go in with the Rare Beauty Blush and it is a liquid blush or cream blush. I love the packaging on this collection. I just think it’s so beautiful and unique. I really, really like it. I got the blush shade happy. Rare Beauty was pretty limited when I showed up because again, I got there maybe a week after it launched and kind of things were hard to find, but I do like this color. This is a color that I would have purchased, there was another color that I wanted, but they were out of stock. Okay, so I smile, and I pop this right on my cheek. This blush has a lot of pigment, so I don’t apply too much, just a little bit. I go in with my foundation brush and I’m just going to bounce it directly on top of the blush and then pull it up a little bit. This does have a lot of color for a cream blush, some cream blushes are a little easier to sheer out and I think this one takes a little more work and it’s one that you kind of have to work quickly with. It’s very beautiful! The key is using very little. If you apply a lot, it’s gonna be hard to blend out or sheer out, and you’ll have really intense cheeks, which is really easy to fix. You can always just go over it with a beauty blender or your foundation brush. I got a little too much so I take my beauty sponge and lighten up.
I waned to try this new liquid shadow I got from ONESIZE, which is Patrick Ta’s collection at Sephora. It is a liquid glitter eyeshadow and it is so beautiful. I just got so excited when I saw that I normally don’t wear liquid glitter shadows like this, but I thought this was really truly just stunning. I also am using a few shades from the Charlotte Tilbury Palette so today we use this ONESIZE liquid shadow kind of as an accent. I brush the liquid shadow over the lid. The glitter chunks are thicker than I would like though. I was kind of hoping that I was going to get a nice consistent coverage of shimmer but I feel like I’m getting just chunks of sparkle in certain areas. What worked a little better I applied more and instead of sheering it out I’m just kind of pressing the glitter. I think this would be better as a topper maybe and not so much like an eyeshadow.
I let the liquid shadow dry for a second so we can go into the crease and I might actually layer some color from the Charlotte Tilbury Bejeweled Eyes to Hypnotise Palette on top of the liquid shadow. For the crease, I grab the middle shade in the little trio of “Happy Glow.” It’s kind of a warm, matte brown with a lot of orange in it. I put that right on the outer corner of my lid and work it into the crease. I think I should just save that liquid shadow for another day. I think it kind of took this look in a different direction. Okay, well, you know what, sometimes you do things and they work and sometimes you do things and you learn. I am layering this shade on the lid and then buffing it into the crease. I take it almost into the brow for a very sheer blend into the brow.
Next, I grab the lightest shade in the “Dream Glow” little trio. It’s kind of this shimmery, pink opalescent color. It’s got a tint of pink to it kind of looks overly gray. I use the BK Beauty 203 Brush and I pack that into the center of the eye. It covers the glitter nicely and blends well with the shade I chose for the crease.
Next, I take the brown matte in the “Nice to Deuce” a little trio and I pop that on the very outer corner with the BK Beauty 202 Brush. We’re just gonna use the tip. I pop it right out here to give a little bit more depth. I really work it in the outer corner and on the lid. I don’t want to cover up that first shade we did I want that color to be what you see in the crease. I just want this to be in the outer corner to make it a little darker. Then I take that first brush and dip it into that first color. We use that real peanut buttery brown and go over it just so we keep that warmth there. For the lower lash line. I’m going to I’m going to dig into this shimmery deeper pink, really pretty kind of like a soft cranberry color. I use that one to really work that into the lower lash line. For mascara I use the NARS Climax Mascara.
For lips I’m use a new product to me, I don’t believe this is a new launch. It is the Patrick Ta Precision Lip Crayon and I got to the shade “Oh She’s Single.” It’s a really beautiful packaging. It has a nice little kind of push mechanical component. I line the lips with this because this leans a little more brown than I thought. I thought it was going to be more of a peachy pink. I have a really light hand because I don’t want that to be too dark. It has a wider, thicker shape to the tip. So you are going to have trouble getting a real precise line but I actually prefer this because you get more of a blended lip line. I feel like when you have a real sharp lip pencil, that’s when it’s harder to get that lip liner to blend with the lip. This makes it a lot easier because it’s a really creamy soft formula and it’s nice and thick. It’s really good for creating a much fuller looking lip naturally. It’s really a creamy formula, easily kind of fill in the lips and press together and it will kind of spread the product nicely. I like the formula, the color I would have gone with something a little pink here, but the formula is really nice. To top the lips, I use the Rare Beauty Dewy Lip Balm. Even though it’s described as a lip balm, it has a lot of color. I was surprised it’s kind of like a just a really hydrating lipstick. I should say it’s got a nice high shine, it feels so good on the lips. I really, really liked this formula, I would not guess that this was a lip balm. If I put this on my lips, I would just assume it was a really hydrating lipstick. So don’t be fooled by that name, I think the name can be a little misleading.
Let’s talk about what we like, and what we would pass on. Okay, so let’s talk about the foundation. I really like this formula and can possibly do an extended review. The blush, I like this formula. It’s beautiful. It’s really pigmented, though so a little bit goes a long way. My recommendation would be just doing one little dab and blending that out and then if you want more color adding but if you add what normal what you would normally do in a normal liquid or other type of liquid formula blush, you’re going to find that it’s probably going to be too much. So just do one little dot see where that takes you and then add more if you want more.
I wasn’t a fan of this glitter, liquid eyeshadow and maybe it was because I was applying it wrong, but I think that this would be a great product to put on top of a shadow look, I think it’d be a great product to layer like heavily by itself, but not really pair it with other shadows. So I think I need to give this one another try but in a different look because it didn’t really work well with other shadows. The stars of this tutorial would definitely be the lip balm from Rare Beauty. I love it! I do like the foundation and the brow pencil I’m kind of on the fence about. I think that it has some qualities to it that one might say this is great, you know it’s rich and pigment. It’s really creamy. it transfers on the skin with very little pressure and ease which is nice. However, if you have a heavier hand or you have a hard time controlling or getting a precise brow and that’s what you’re going for, those qualities could actually work against you. So it kind of depends on what you’re looking for. I do think it’s a good product, it just might be best for someone that has you know likes a bit of a more of a dramatic brow. I also think the shade that I got was too dark so I do need to go down on the shade but I like how it has a pencil and a gel on either side. That’s really nice.
For Patrick Ta’s Lip Pencil, I really like the formula. It’s nice and creamy, very pigmented, easy to blend. I will look for another shade in this because I wasn’t too crazy about this particular shade. But aside from shade choice, I really really liked this formula. Okay, let’s talk about the Charlotte Tilbury palette, the Bejeweled Eyes to Hypnotise Palette. I need to play with this the more but I already know I’m gonna love it. I have yet to buy a Charlotte Tilbury palette that I don’t like of course, I pick palettes that I’m drawn to the colors this be no different. It’s very neutral, but you definitely have some pops of color. The formula is really nice. I like the packaging of it. I do plan to film a video, fully reviewing and showing swatches and all of that very, very soon, hopefully tomorrow so that video will be up soon. The setting spray definitely has a strong fragrance but I believe this is alcohol free.
If you’ve tried any of these products I’d love to know your thoughts on them! Thank you so much for watching and reading!