There are three shades available to choose from: Fawn, Peach, and Rose. In the photograph above, Fawn is on the left and Peach is on the right. These blushes do have a cream-like feel. I would say Peach has a satin finish while Fawn has visible bits of shimmer in it. I personally love to use these two shades together, too. They compliment each other nicely. The wear time is great also – while you can easily toss these in your makeup bag or purse for touch-ups, I found that I didn’t need to touch up my blush at all throughout the day. The color stays rather nice on the cheeks. Something else to note is that they truly are buildable, which makes them perfect for makeup beginners as well as daytime wear.
There are six shades to choose from: Champagne, Peony, Scarlet, Cranberry, Raspberry, and Muted Plum. The shade in the photograph is Cranberry. The formula is great – super creamy, non-drying, and ultra pigmented. I love the fact that these lipsticks have a slight sweet, vanilla scent as well. It’s not overpowering though so if you are sensitive to scents, I don’t think you would mind these at all. These are not transfer proof so you will need to bring the lipstick to touch-up throughout the day after eating, drinking, etc. I did not wear this lipstick with a lip liner and did not experience any bleeding or feathering outside of the lip lines!
This product is available in two shades: Jet and Spice. The eyeliner in the photograph is Jet. I enjoy the formula of this eyeliner. I would say – it’s not super creamy but it’s not super dry. It’s more of a happy medium between the two. This makes it great to line the upper lash line because you have more control. Also, the small tip really gives you precision when applying your eyeliner. I used this on my waterline too and I found that it took a little bit more effort to get on the waterline because it isn’t super creamy. That being said, the wear time was great on both the upper lash line and the waterline.
I found this formula to be slightly drier than what I was expecting, since it’s described as a “wet fiber volume formulation.” That’s not a bad thing though. You know how sometimes mascaras are just too wet and you have to let them dry out for a week or so after you first open them? That’s what I mean. This formula was basically at the perfect consistency. The brush has a nice curve to it, as you can see in the photographs. You can angle the brush in different ways to really build up volume and length. Due to its smaller size, it’s easy to get in hard-to-reach places with it. I was able to wear this mascara all day and did not experience any smudging or flaking which is fantastic.
- Jet Effortless Eyeliner
- Cranberry Creme Lipstick
- Peach Powder Blush
- Fawn Powder Blush
As a whole, everything from Stowaway Cosmetics is reasonably priced and great quality. I especially love the aspect that this brand makes mini sized products – so if you’re a makeup collector like me, you actually stand a chance of using the items before they expire. It’s also a lot easier to fit more products inside of your makeup bag when they’re smaller!
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