Week 3 August 2021 Shop My Makeup Stash Box

Hey doll hey!!! How’s your day/night going? Great I hope. I’m starting to feel better… last week was a bear of a week for me. I was not feeling well towards the end of the week.

This week’s makeup selections made by the Tiny Decisions App.

I’m back with the new week’s selections for makeup and looks. Now I didn’t have time to use the Stone Cold Fox palette so I chose to keep that one in my stash for the week….

So lets take a look at what the Tiny Decisions App chose for me this week….

*remember as always, all hyperlinks provided are simply for fast location of the products used and not affiliate links… I just did the research so you didn’t have to 💖 *

A.) The Complexion Products:
1. The Primers:

Flower Beauty In Your Prime Revitalizing Primer ($10.99 but on sale for $6.59 for 1 fl oz / 30 mL at Ulta) is billed as instantly blurs the appearance of pores while prepping skin with a soft-focus matte finish.

NARS Radiance Primer ($36 for 1 fl oz / 30 mL at Sephora) is billed as a  primer with a Radiance Boosting Complex that instantly revives dull, fatigued skin.

2. The Foundations:

NARS Natural Radiant Longwear Foundation ($49 for 1 fl oz / 30 mL of product at Sephora) is billed as a  buildable, full-coverage foundation with up to 16 hours of lightweight, natural, fade-resistant wear.

I have it in the shade Light 5 Fiji (for light to medium skin with neutral undertones)…(I do want to get it in a lighter shade).

Makeup Revolution Conceal & Glow Foundation ($12 for 0.8 fl oz / 23.67 mL of product at Ulta) is billed as having buildable coverage with a radiant finish and light reflecting pearls.

I have it in the shade F6 (light/medium skin tones with neutral undertones).

3. The Correctors:

Makeup Revolution Makeup Revolution Conceal & Correct Concealer ($7 for 0.77 fl oz / 22.77 mL of product on their website) is billed as if you’re looking to achieve an even base, colour correcting ought to be part of your everyday makeup regime. And we’ve made it even easier with our large doe foot applicator and liquid formula, a quick swipe will allow you to enjoy a smooth and easy application, disguising everything from dark circles, to dull skin tone, pigmentation and redness.

Makeup Revolution Revolution Pro Ultimate Radiant Under Eye Concealer ($7 for 0.15 fl oz / 4.5 mL of product on their website) is billed as the best liquid concealer to brighten, colour correct and illuminate fatigued eyes whilst helping to diminish the appearance of fine lines. Enriched with brightening Vitamin C, niacinamide to even out the skintone and hydrating Hyaluronic Acid, this creamy concealer is the perfect all-purpose concealer, but particularly beneficial to conceal dark circles.

I have it in the shad c1.

B.) The Complexion Enhancers:

Milk Flex Foundation Stick ($36 for 0.35 oz / 9.92 g of product at Sephora) is billed as a medium coverage, natural finish foundation that covers, calms, and flexes without creasing or caking.

I have it in the shade Rich (very deep with neutral undertones).

bareMinerals Bare Pro Glow Highlighter ($29 but on sale for $23 for 0.47 oz / 14 mL of product on their website) is billed as having light-reflecting mineral pearls, this versatile formula provides a natural-looking luminosity when worn as highlighter makeup, and can be mixed into your favorite liquid foundation, tinted moisturizer or skincare products to add a customized level of glow to your entire face. More than just a highlighter, the weightless bi-phase liquid is infused with oat sugar to instantly smooth the appearance of wrinkles, and green lentil extract and bamboo extract to even skin’s texture and smooth the appearance of pores. Mineral Lock technology enables this long lasting highlighter to stay on for up to 16 hours.

I have it in the shade Free (champagne).

NARS Liquid Blush ($30 for 0.5 fl oz/ 15 mL of product at Sephora) is billed as a high-pigmented, liquid blush that brings a flush of natural-looking color to all skintones.

I have it in the shade Orgasm (coral with golden shimmer).

Wet n Wild Mega Cushion Contour ($5.99 for 0.28 fl oz / 8.28 mL of product on their website) is billed as a oft and bouncy cushion compact is a dream to use. Build your own coverage with the no mess, no-fuss application. The Mega Cushion Highlight, lets you light up your best features exactly how you want, with the added bonus of a fresh and dewy finish.

This is only offered in 1 shade Café Au Lait.

C.) The Powder Products:

Huda Beauty Easy Bake Loose Baking & Setting Powder ($34 for 0.71 oz/ 20 g of product at Sephora) is billed as an easy-to-use loose powder, perfectly curated for all skin tones to create an airbrushed, long-lasting complexion, blur the appearance of pores and fine lines, and hold makeup in place all day long.

I have it in the shade Cupcake (fair to light skin tones. pink undertones brighten and disguise under-eye darkness.)

Laura Mercier Secret Brightening Powder for Under Eyes ($28 for 0.14 oz/ 4.2 g of product at Sephora) is billed as a transparent, weightless powder to set under-eye concealer, brighten dark circles, and diminish the look of fine lines.

This is in the shade Translucent.

Hourglass Mini Ambient Lighting Bronzer ($26 for 0.04 oz/ 1.3 g of product at Sephora) is billed as a travel-size bronzer that fuses the illuminating effects of Ambient® Lighting Powder with bronze pigments to add depth and dimension for a sunkissed glow.

I have it in the shade Radiant Bronze Light (a warm bronze shade fused with Radiant Light to mimic a summer glow ideal for medium/deep complexions).

ColourPop Cookie Cluster Blush Palette ($12 for 0.3 oz / 8.50 g of total product on their website making it 0.075 oz / 2.13 g and $3 per shade) is billed as a warm coral cheek palette will make you look like a whole snack! Featuring a warm metallic gold highlighter, and 3 soft and buildable powder blushes in a range of warm-toned peach and coral, this palette is all you need for the perfect summer flush. 

The shade chosen by the app was oh gingersnap! (bright pinky coral – matte).

Milani Strobelight Instant Glow Powder ($9.99 for 0.3 oz /8.50 g of product at Ulta) is billed as a highlighter that makes highlighting and illuminating easy with light reflecting pearl in buildable micro-fine powders.

I have it in the shade Afterglow (champagne).

D.) The Eye Helpers:

Juvia’s Place I Prep, I Prime ($12 for 0.41 fl oz /12 ml of product at Ulta) is billed as 3 creamy, long wearing shades to help create a weightless and seamless base for eyeshadow applications.

I have it in shade 1 (the lightest shade).

Milani Weekend Brow Pen ($8.99 for 0.03 fl oz / 0.887 mL of product at Ulta) is billed as get that perfect, woke-up-like-this full brow. Precision brush tip and superfine pigments create a natural hair-like finish.

I have it in the shade Espresso.

bareMinerals Brow Master Sculpting Pencil ($22 for 0.007 oz / 0.198 g of product at Ulta) is billed as easy to shape, fill and define brows to create a natural look. The pencil’s oval tip makes application quick and effortless, for thick or thin brows. Mineral pigments provide buildable, natural color designed to match your hair color. The smooth-glide formula is water- and smudge-resistant so your brows won’t budge throughout the day. Use the spoolie to soften, tame, and blend your brows to perfection. Formulated with mineral pigments designed to match the true color of hair for a natural-looking finish.

I have it in the shade Coffee.

AOA Wonder Brow Pomade ($1 on the Shop Miss A website) is billed as a smudge free formula that will perfectly define your brows! Brow pomade is used to create a more stronger brow and great for hot/humid days, oily skin, at the gym, due to the power to stay put and lasts all day! 

I have it in the shade Dark Brown.

Huda Beauty LEGIT LASHES Double-Ended Volumizing and Lengthening Mascara (this is a 100 point perk from Sephora) is billed as a  long-lasting, intense black, dual-ended fiber mascara with one side delivering major volume, and the other delivering dramatic curl and insane length.

Eylure Vegas Nay Grand Glamour False Lashes ($12.99 for a 3 pack at Ulta) is billed as enjoy a wispy layered style that adds length to any look.

ColourPop Stone Cold Fox 30 Pan Palette (retails for $34 but is on sale right now for $25.50 for a total weight of 1.16oz / 33 g on their website making it 0.0387 oz / 1.1 g and $1.13 retail price and $0.85 on sale per shade) is billed as a cool-toned palette is everything you need and more. Ultra cool mattes and glimmering metallics create the perfect combo to take your look from every day neutral to ultra dimensional glam.

The shades in this palette are: So Fine (silvery pink – metallic), Trip (pale beigey taupe – matte), Lux (light eggshell – matte), DreamFul (true white with silver pearl – sequin shadow), I Dig It (icy taupe – metallic), Mystery (cool toned icy lavender – metallic), Stranger (pale dusty pink -matte), Quarry Days (dusty taupe – matte), U Rock (matte pale smoke grey – matte), Magnetic Moon (true silver – metallic), Enigma (light taupe – matte), Ghost Town (dusty mauve – matte), Stone Age (dusty mauve – matte), Hard Place (cool bronze – metallic), Sediment to Be (slate – metallic), Rumor Mill (smokey grey – matte), BabyDoll (rosy taupe -metallic), Gneiss Guy (midtone rose with golden pinpoints – metallic), Gravity Hill (dusty berry – matte), Truffles (midtone taupe with blue and silver pearl – sequin shadow), Bould Type (mink grey – matte), Caving In (warm nude taupe with silver pinpoints – metallic), Fascinated (warm taupe – matte), For Granite (midtone mauve with hot pink and silver pearl – sequin shadow), Play It Coal (deep mauve with hot pink pearl – sequin shadow), Fickle Fate (hazelnut – matte), Cult Clastic (deep sepia – matte), Rock Bottom (deep black – matte), Drama Mama (deep brown – matte) and Obsidian (blackened plum – matte).

ColourPop Grandeur Palette (no longer available) billed as an antique gold and bronze palette creates the most elevated looks. Warm, versatile neutrals paired with rich metallics.

From left to right the shades are: Velvet (midtone taupe- matte), Haus (pale gold – metallic), Dusk (saddle brown  – matte), Lavish (warm bronze with blue, silver, gold – metallic), Excess (pale antique gold – glitter), Mode (warm chestnut brown – matte), Need (warm chocolate with a vibrant teal – duochrome), Jolie (blackened brown with gold pinpoints – sequin shadow), and Monaco (black with green and gold pinpoints – sequin shadow).

L.A.Girl Under The Palm 16 Color Eyeshadow Palette ($15.99 for 35 g/ 1.23 oz of total product, making it $0.99 a shade at Ulta) is billed as a limited-edition Hey Hey Vacay Eyeshadow Palettes from L.A. Girl. Each soft, pigmented shadow gives major vacay vibes in the Under The Palm 16 Color Eyeshadow Palette.

From left to right the shades are: Naked (peachy beige – matte)No Regrets (champagne beige – metallic)Sandy Toes (peachy tan – matte)Vibin’ (copper with a slight coral flash – metallic)Bucket List (pale coral with a peach flip – metallic)R+R (muted orange based coral – matte)Summer (mid toned orange based coral – matte), Coral (red based coral – metallic), Panoramic (moss green – metallic)Mojitos (army green – metallic)Scenic Route (burnished gold – metallic)Coconuts (bronze with an orange flip – metallic)BRB (deep moss green- metallic)Palms (deep olive green – matte)Explore (grey based mid-toned brown – matte) and Unplugged (dusty deep brown – matte).

And with that this week’s makeup stash has been reveled….

I hope you enjoy the rest of your day/night and that you are in great spirits and health….

👄 Remember, Save a spoon for a bit of lipstick👄

💖❌⭕❌⭕💖, Nita