Today’s haul consists mainly of new Catrice products, but I also have some Maybelline lipsticks to share with you, so let’s get started.
As I mentioned in my last post, I was so impressed by the Maybelline Superstay Vinyl Ink liquid lipstick. I wore the shade 25 Red-Hot, and it was so pretty and so long lasting. I also picked up the shade 15 Peachy, which is a peachy nude, and I’m so excited to try out that shade as well now that I know that I love the formula.
From the new Catrice autumn release, I purchased three lipsticks. I got two shades of the Melting Kiss Gloss Sticks and one of the Shine Bomb lipsticks.
The Melting Kiss Gloss Sticks are in the shades 040 Strong Connection and 030 Blushing Hard. As the name of the product suggests, these are pretty much lipgloss in a stick. They’re not fully opaque, but they do have some pigment to them. I’m wearing the shade 030 Blushing Hard here.
I picked up the Shine Bomb lipstick in the shade 020 Blushed Nude, and I was a little nervous that it would be too light for my liking. However, I wore it recently, and it was actually really nice.
As I’ve mentioned several times by now, one of my current make-up obsessions is cream and liquid eyeshadows including cream eyeshadows in stick form. Therefore, I was excited to see that Catrice came out with their Aloe Vera Eyeshadow Sticks. I picked up two shades; 030 Olive Glam and 040 Lavender Brown.
I usually really like Catrice blushers, so I had to get one of each of their new blush formulas. I got the AirBlush Matt in 130 Spice Space and the AirBlush Glow in 030 Rosy Love. I’ve only worn the AirBlush Matt version so far, but I really liked it.
The last two products I picked up were The Glowifier illuminating primer in 010 Glow Rush and the Cover + Care Sensitive concealer in 002N. I think the primer is supposed to do the same as e.g. the Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter, and it does give the skin a nice glow. I haven’t tried the concealer enough times to give a proper oppinion on it yet.