Yay to shiny new beauty brands, because Lord knows we can’t ever have enough makeup! This particular new range is designed by makeup artist Sara Hill and has a really fresh, modern vibe to it, taking bare faced beauty up a level! I was kindly sent a few bits from the range to try out so here’s my little overview!
|Blusher | Posey | £19|
Pink blusher is my weakness and this one called Posey is definitely a goodie. It’s a really pretty rosey pink shade, which gives you a lovely flushed, natural look. It does have great colour pay off but it isn’t intensely pigmented, which means it’s perfect for adding a subtle pop of colour to begin with or you can build it up if you like.
|Little Pop! | Concealer|
|Little Pop! | Concealer | £16.50|
The Little Pop Concealer is the cutest of the bunch! I love the quirky packaging with the bold writing on the front and the adorable description on the back, I almost wish all of the products were designed like this, but either way it definitely stands out. The concealer itself has a really creamy consistency and has amazing coverage. I personally wouldn’t wear it under my eyes, but I think it’s amazing for masking blemishes. I have the shade Milk Bottle (bonus points for cute names), which is a perfect fair skin colour.
|Metallic Pigment | Pink Opal | £17|
Next is a little Metallic Pigment in the shade Pink Opal, which is a gorgeous vanilla shade with a beautiful pink reflex to it, which my photo has failed to pick up, boo. I think the shade is really similar to Mac Relects Transparent Pink, but is a little chunkier in consistency. I’d use a bit of Mac Fix + to apply it, and it gives amazing colour payoff and a super shimmery pretty look.
|Eyeshadows L-R: Gravity, Treasure Chest, Angel Fluff, Champagne | £16|
Lastly are the solo eyeshadows which I found to be a little bit hit or miss. Gravity is a grey shade with pink shimmer running though it which makes it really unique, this one has great pigmentation! Treasure Chest is a lovely matte brown, perfect for in the crease and also has great colour pay off. Angel Fluff is a peachy pink with a satin finish, and Champagne is a warm, pearly shade, these two I didn’t get on with the best as I found them a little bit powdery and didn’t they seem to transfer well. When swatched with a finger or brush I’d get a decent colour payoff, but transferring that shadow from my finger/brush to my skin made them go a bit patchy and I found I had to work longer with them than I usually would.