Before I started blogging SEVENTEEN was a distant memory for me. I once used the brand when I was a teenager and could only afford a £3 lipstick once in a while. In the past couple of years I have seen some amazing things from SEVENTEEN and recommend it to so many people as they are so on trend with their products and some of the products like the HD Falsifeye Mascara is just so on point. All of course whilst still being remarkably priced!
Today I have three more products to share with you and without talking about the product let me just say that the packaging is definitely not drugstore like at all. It could easily be a high-end brand priced at £20 or above, you’ll see what I mean…
First up is the Brow’s That, Brow Kit. The packaging is just so chic, I love it! For just under £6 you are getting a lot of product with two matte shadows, a gel based brown and a brow pencil finished off with a small brush and a big mirror. For me personally this kit is not the right shade, the matte brown is too ashy for my brows and the gel based brown is too light which is a shame as I think this is such a great product!
As I said in my Autumn beauty haul video, when it comes to black based products SEVENTEEN have it covered. I love the range of eyeliners and the Make Your Mark felt tip liner has stood its ground in my make-up bag for a while now.
I love the ultra fine lines you can create with this Laquer Liner and that it leaves a wet look finish so it still stands out when you have a smokey eye. As with all liquid eyeliners you need to have a steady hand but the fine brush means you can slowly build up your winged liner. You can see me use this in my lastest smokey eye tutorial.
As far as blushers go the thought process behind the packaging and presentation of this Cheek Stamp is so innovative. I love that you get a sponge applicator that you then stamp into the powder blush and then stamp on your face and wait, there’s also a mirror! It a very cute but edgy design which also works well for us over 30s who just want to carry around just the one product. This is a natural looking blush and it is very long-lasting, I love it for an everyday natural look.
If I wanted to be really picky I could say that I would have preferred a small brush applicator rather than a sponge but then it wouldn’t be called a Cheek Stamp would it!
Have you tried any of these products? Are you as impressed by them as I am? Please comment below and share your thoughts as I would love to know. Please be sure to follow me on Instagram and Twitter for instant updates that go beyond the blog. Also be sure to subscribe to the blog here, so you are the first to know about new posts ♥
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