Sunday, March 12, 2017

Sample Sunday... would I purchase it? Bite Beauty Multistick

 
Happy Sunday! Well very late Sunday but still nonetheless Sunday! :) I have been going through my makeup collection and I really want to and need to start putting my samples to good use. Samples are a great way to try something before purchasing or all together stop your impulse buy. This is just my own quick, first impressions on a product and to let you guys know if I am interested in actually buying a product.

And todays product is... Bite Beauty Multistick. I absolutely love Bite Beautys lip products. So is this on my next wish list? Keep reading to find out! :) 



At this point in time, I wouldn't purchase it. Simply because it isn't for me. This is a cream to powder finish. So since I personally prefer powders over liquid or cream products on the cheeks, it just doesn't suit my personal needs. And since it does have that that powder finish, it doesn't leave my lips how I like it. The lips definitely has a powdery almost dry feeling. This does have a satin finish and the texture of the sample in the plastic well is hard which doesn't surprise me since this is a face product as well. I wasn't expecting it to be too creamy. That being said the product was picked up very easily with both a finger and brush. It's also safe to say that this is very pigmented and very blendable.

I think this product is much more suitable for someone on the go or someone who prefers a smaller makeup collection.

Are you interested in or have bought the Bite Beauty Multistick?
Thank you for stopping by!
Wicked Honey Bee 

Eye of the Day: Tropical Thunder

Hi everyone! :) So I did this look sometime last week I believe? While it isn't the most wearable to wear out, I still really love the colors I put together for it. It features corals, wines, reds, yellow and reds. Overall, its a pretty warm eye look. This look features an all matte finish
  • Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer potion all over eye
  • Urban Decay Electric Palette in Slowburn all in crease and inner and outer corner of lid. BLEND.
  • Nyx Jumbo Pencil in Milk on center of lid
  • Kat Von D Star eyeshadow in center of lid over Nyx Milk
  • Kat Von D Velvet in inner and outer corner to deepen the corners
  • Kat Von D liquid lipsticks in Exorcism and Lovesick as winged eyeliner ( lovesick on center of lid and exorcism as the wing)
  • Kat Von D Bloodmilk on lower lashline
  • Ardell wispies lashes 
Have a wicked day! <3
Wicked Honey Bee

Saturday, March 4, 2017

Stila Magnificent Metals Glitter and Glow Liquid Eyeshadow in Kitten Karma review and swatch

 Hi peeps! So this is something I have been seeing quite frequently on youtube with rave reviews. I thought hmmm.... a glitter thats easy to use? I love glitters but I get impatient applying them. So I thought I would give this a whirl!

The Stila Magnificent Metals Glitter and Glow Liquid Eyeshadow retails for $24 and comes with 4.5ml


Overall, this is a fantastic product! Just think about it, it's like getting three products in one: the eyeshadow base color, the glitter adhesive and the glitter itself. The eyeshadow base color or the pigmentation that you can see above helps the glitter not look so scarce. I would say the pigmentation is medium which is good enough since the glitter is going to be up front and center. The adhesive for the glitter is already provided to you! I did not have to use any form of glitter glue whatsover! And then there is the glitter itself. This is such a great product for people who love shimmers and glitter but have difficulty or don't have the time to apply glitter the traditional way. This cuts time and products. I cannot stress enough what an amazing product this is. The only downside I would say is that this is definitely not waterproof so be aware of that. Another thing I would like to point out is that there is very minimal glitter fallout throughout the day.

Stila Magnificent Metals Glitter and Glow Liquid Eyeshadow in Kitten Karma on lid
I took the above photo slightly blurry to try to capture some of the glitter. If you have ever tried to photograph glitter you know how hard it can be lol! Photos don't do it justice!

These are what the MakeupGeek Sparklers wish they were, both a pigment and glitter. These however take it up a notch and apply in one swipe, no extra adhesive needed. Take my word for it, this is a such a beautiful product. Great for parties and for whenever you want to glam up your eyes. I will definitely be buying some more shades once the VIB sale comes around. Give these a try if you are into glitters, you won't regret it!

PROS:
-very easy to work and use
-beginner friendly for glitter users
-pigmented/ there is pigmentation and not just glitter
-glitter is not scarce
-no need for adhesive
-minimal fallout

CONS:
-not waterproof

Hope you guys have a wonderful day!
xoxo,
Wicked Honey Bee