22 August, 2016

The Estee Edit

Estee Edit Sephora
You know when you see products all over the Internet and really wish a fairy godmother would magically deliver them to you and it just doesn't happen?  Well somehow I had this thought again, and Influenster came through with an epic (and I rarely use that word) delivery.  Major props to Influenster for giving me the chance to try a few of the products from the new Estee Edit collection!

The Estee Edit
I've talked about Influenster in previous posts and cannot stress how much I love the platform and how much I recommend signing up if you're a beauty junkie like myself.  There's no catch...you just sign up, answer some preference questions, take a survey, and occasionally qualify for different Voxboxes.
Estee Edit Makeup
I was most excited to try the Radiance Activator Treat + Prep + Glow.  I'm a sucker for any primer, moisturizer, or base that gives a dewy finish, and this product definitely made the cut.  I used this on a day where my face needed a major pick-me-up and was not disappointed.  You can wear this alone as a serum or under makeup for a gorgeous, luminous base.

To combat the sallow skin and dark circles, I also tried the Late Night Eraser Brightening Eye Balm With Pink Peony.  I was pretty impressed with how this counteracted my dark circles.  I usually will just apply my concealer under the eyes, but when this balm is applied first, I look much brighter and more awake.  Someone at work even told me I looked more awake that day...no, I'm not joking!
Eye Cream for Dark Circles
The Metallishadow Creme + Powder is gorgeous and I love the packaging...but, to be completely honest, I probably won't rock this shade.  It's a gorgeous teal shadow, but I'm fairly simple when it comes to my eye makeup.  The craziest I go is a purple to make my green eyes pop.  I'll be looking at the other shades in Sephora!
Cream Shadow for Brown Eyes
Finally, the box came with the Inside Track Eye Kajal in a gorgeous navy and baby blue shade.  The double ended eyeliner gives you two options in one pencil -- I'm planning to use the navy to line the top and bottom and use the baby blue to brighten the inner corners.  If you have brown or blue eyes, I think this baby blue would be gorgeous inside the waterline!

Let me know if you've tried anything from the line and what your favorite product is!



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