Jun 27, 2012

Review: Almay Clear Complexion Makeup

When it comes to foundation, I hardly ever can say I have found one that I truly love, therefore I have more than I could ever finish. I can always find something that is wrong with a foundation: color, texture, coverage, length of wear, and so on. However, since I made the decision to not buy makeup until September 1, I am now "forcing" myself to use the foundations I have had for a while. One of the foundations I have used quite frequently this month was the Almay Clear Complexion Makeup in the shade Ivory.

What sets this apart from most foundations is that it has salicylic acid in it (0.6% - such a random number). Of course, there are other foundations with salicylic acid, but there just aren't many to choose from (the other two I can think of are by Clinique and Neutrogena). Another thing I noticed about the formula is that it contains aloe and chammomile.

I will say that this has been repackaged - it is now in a round glass bottle and there is a pump! I don't know for sure if the formula is the same or not, so I will do my best to update once I find that out.

Anyway, I have very fair sensitive combination-oily acne-prone skin, which is a pain to work with. If something matches my skin it always either doesn't last as long as I want it to or it breaks my skin out. I also don't need a foundation that promises to last me 24 hours and I don't understand why brands are so insistent on releasing products that last longer than they should even be on the skin. I really just want to be shine free for a good 8 hours. This foundation lasts most of my day without getting shiny or disappearing. I don't know how it wears without powder because I always set my makeup with powder. The good thing is that I don't notice a significant difference no matter what powder I use (and I have tested it with: N.Y.C. Smooth Skin Pressed Powder, Maybelline Fit Me Powder, Maybelline Dream Matte Powder, E.L.F. Complexion Perfection Powder, and Covergirl Clean Powder).

I've used about 1/3 of this foundation. I would actually have more in the bottle if it had a pump (and as I mentioned earlier now it does). I usually apply it with my fingers or a makeup sponge (sometimes a synthetic foundation brush). I've actually layered the foundation before and I can get two thin layers before it looks cakey. It has a natural finish, which is great if you have oily skin but you hate the flat matte look (I like both to be honest).

This foundation does not irritate my skin or break me out. I can't really say whether it actually heals blemishes or not, but I can say that it doesn't accentuate them or irritate my skin.

I think the biggest con to this foundation is that it is only offered in 7 or 8 shades, so if you have dark skin this won't be good for you (of course there's no reason you or I can't write to Almay... I do this with companies all the time and sometimes they listen to customer feedback). I think they could also stand to release at least one lighter shade and about 3-5 darker shades. Somehow Ivory works beautifully with my ultra fair skin, but I can guarantee that I am probably not the palest person in the world.

I believe this goes for about $12-14 at the drugstore so it's a bit pricey when you compare it to other drugstore foundations. I'd also like to mention that usually Almay products don't work for me, so the fact that this does is great (because I was about to lose faith in the brand).

Anyway, if you have skin like mine and you can find a shade that will work for you I definitely recommend this!

Has anyone else tried this? Do you love it or hate it?

Jun 24, 2012

Tag: What's Your Makeup Style?

I saw this tag on Elle and Blair and I decided it would be fun to answer the questions myself!

  1. EEK! You’ve got five minutes to do your makeup for a date. What’s your minimum? I would probably use my Smashbox Camera Ready BB Cream (applied with my fingers, this would also be in place of foundation), Maybelline Dream Matte Powder (my all-time favorite powder), blush (anything that will go with my outfit), Too Faced Shadow Insurance in Candlelight (instead of a full eyeshadow look because this looks beautiful on its own), mascara (with my eyelashes curled first), and assuming I have time, then I'll probably add eyeliner.
  2. Pick a trend—crazy cat eyeliner, super hot pink blush, or feathered false lashes? All of those would be too bold for my taste, but I think crazy cat eyeliner would really play up an eye look!
  3. If you had to either give up all makeup for two months or give up your skincare for a week, which would you pick? In all honesty, I would give up makeup for two months because skin care is so important. I cringe when I try to think about what would happen to my face if I gave up my skin care products for a week.
  4. What beauty products are always in your purse? Lip balm and pressed powder.
  5. Are there any beauty products that you keep coming back to throughout the years? For some reason I always want to keep re-trying the Maybelline Dream Matte Mousse foundation. I haven't had it for a while and I keep telling myself to never buy it again because it only lasts a couple of hours and Maybelline fails miserably when it comes to releasing foundation shades.
  6. Smoky eyes or red lips? Smoky eyes... I prefer eye products over lip products.
  7. Lipstick or lipgloss? C.O. Bigelow lip glosses! They aren't sticky and they have an awesome minty sensation.
  8. Are there any products that you never expected to like but ended up loving? So far, no. If I think I'll dislike how something looks then I won't buy it.

Jun 23, 2012

Product Review: Revlon Colorburst Lip Butters

I know that the Revlon Lip Butters are old news, but I also know that when I am about to purchase a product, I tend to do extensive research (with the exception of some items for the $20 makeup challenge).

I'm not very dangerous when it comes to lip products. A flavored lip balm or a C.O. Bigelow lip gloss usually keeps me happy because I prefer to focus on my eye makeup and I hate to fuss around with lip products. I also don't really pay attention to how long a lip product wears because I'll probably wipe it off within twenty minutes anyway.

But anyway, when the Revlon Lip Butters were released a few months ago I was interested because there were about 20 shades to choose from and they were only $6-8.

I would consider these to be right between tinted lip balms and lipsticks. I've had tinted lip balms that were actually drying and had little to no color payoff, but these are actually moisturizing. They also have more color payoff than other tinted lip balms I've tried, but less than lipsticks. The darker colors aren't quite as sheer as the lighter colors, so if you want intense color these are not for you. They also give off a nice sheen that makes them look almost like a lip gloss, but they aren't sticky. I also haven't noticed any scent or flavor to these, which I think is good for people who might dislike scented products. The best thing is that even though they are unscented, the Lip Butters don't smell like plastic (N.Y.C. lipsticks, anyone?)

So bottom line: I think these are really nice! I recommend them if you are into more natural feeling and looking lip products. Some of the colors are bolder than the ones I have, but even Cherry Tart is wearable in my opinion.

The three shades I own are Cherry Tart (a cherry red with some shimmer), Sweet Tart (a medium pink), and Strawberry Shortcake (a pale pink).

Cherry Tart
Sweet Tart
Strawberry Shortcake

Jun 21, 2012

Update: Beauty Purchase Restriction and why this isn't a "Project Pan"

I haven't technically finished anything, but I am close to finishing quite a few hair and body products. The real point of this update is to show how I'm sorting through the items as I finish them. In all honesty, it isn't incredibly fascinating, but it has something to do with this little project, so I figured I'd blog about it anyway!

I have two bags: a small one for expired items and items that break my skin out (it's not worth using them up if my skin is going to look worse in the end) and then I have a bigger bag for the items that are finished. I think the first items that will end up in the bag are some travel-sized products. Since this isn't a project pan, I feel like size of product doesn't matter - the important thing will be that less space is being taken up in my cabinets/makeup storage.

What constitutes as "finished" for me is that it is difficult or impossible to get product out of the container. I have an older tube of Urban Decay Primer Potion and tons of people used to cut the packaging to get the last bit... I honestly wouldn't do that because to me it's always seemed a bit dangerous (I'm clumsy) and if I have made every effort possible to finish the product, then I think that is the best I can do (and in the case of UDPP I already had a backup tube).

Now, for the things I am nearly out of:
CVS Night-Time Makeup Remover Cleansing Cloths: I'll probably buy another package of makeup removing wipes in a week or so because I tried using jojoba oil to remove makeup on my face and it just didn't work for me.

Softsoap Nutri Serum Body Wash: This was my favorite body wash a couple of years ago because it smelled great and made my skin soft... but for some reason, this time around my skin just didn't ever feel clean enough after using it. I now use it for shaving even though it has these useless beads in it.

L'Oreal EverStrong Shampoo and Conditioner: I have a travel sized bottle that came attached to the full-sized bottle. The travel size is almost empty and the full size has about 1/3 of the product remaining. (Edit: 6/23 - I finished the travel sized shampoo! I think I will finish the conditioner within two more uses)

L'Oreal EverCreme Cleansing Conditioner: I bought this for the days my hair feels very dry at the ends. I won't buy it again because the scent gives me a headache (in fact, I've come to realize that all of the L'Oreal Ever---- items I own have strong scents that give me a headache while I'm in the shower).

Benefit Stay Don't Stray: I got this in a Benefit set for Christmas. I like it, but it really just reminds me of what I think UDPP in Eden would be like, and considering the cost of the full sized versions of both, I'd take the UDPP over Benefit any day. I'm not sure how much of this I have left and I don't use it every day, but I think it will be gone fairly soon.

As I said in the original post, I will be allowing myself to buy makeup again on September 1. The only exceptions I will make are if I run out of something that I don't already have a lot of in my collection (for example: mascara) or if I am almost out of something. The latter part really applies to my back-to-school shopping. I don't see myself running out of much before then, but I don't want to go back to college with a week's worth of powder (again, just an example).

I'll update once I've finished a few products!

Jun 17, 2012

ABC's of Me

So I was reading through Kelly's Makeup Bag's posts and I saw a few tags she did that were interesting, so here's the ABC's of me!

A. AREA CODE: Yeah, that's a bit too personal for my blog.

B. BED SIZE: Twin at home, twin XL when I'm at school.

C. CHORE YOU HATE: Washing the dishes.

D. DOG'S NAME: I have two, Jack and Toby!

E. ESSENTIAL "START THE DAY!" ITEM: I'll say either coffee because I love the taste of coffee or a shower, which isn't an item, but it always makes me feel fresh.

F. FAVORITE COLOR: Purple, but I also like blue, pink, and red

G. GOLD OR SILVER: Silver. I think I look awful in gold.

H. HEIGHT: 5'4. I'm average, but I'm taller than most of my female friends and family members.

I: INSTRUMENTS YOU PLAY: None. I used to be in choir and I thought about learning to play guitar at one time, but it never really happened.

J. JOB: I'm a full-time student. I'm also taking summer courses right now so I can graduate a year early.

K. KIDS: Not for a while. I'm too young!

L. LIVING ARRANGEMENTS: With my parents during the summer (until I graduate from college) and in a suite of four girls when I'm at school.

M. MOM'S NAME: Karen

N. NICKNAME: My parents never really gave me a nickname until later on... my dad started referring to me as "Ree Ree" when we got one of our dogs because that dog somehow knew me as that.

O. OVERNIGHT HOSPITAL STAY: Does not apply, thankfully. I would say the worst I've really dealt with is stitches, a lot of ear infections, and chronic headaches.

P. PET PEEVE: When people use the word "ain't"

Q. QUOTE FROM A MOVIE: From Airplane!
Rumack: Captain, how soon can you land?
Captain Oveur: I can't tell. Rumack: You can tell me. I'm a doctor.
Captain Oveur: No. I mean I'm just not sure. Rumack: Well, can't you take a guess?
Captain Oveur: Well, not for another two hours. 
Rumack: You can't take a guess for another two hours?

R. RIGHTY OR LEFTY?: I'm a righty

S. SIBLINGS: I'm an only child

T. TIME YOU WAKE UP: Two hours before I have to leave to go somewhere.

U. UNDERWEAR: I love Aerie underwear!

V. VEGGIE YOU DISLIKE: Too many to list :P

X. XRAYS YOU'VE HAD: On my head when I was about 5 or 6, my thumb when I smashed it in the car door, and I think that's it.

Y. YUMMY FOOD YOU MAKE: Peanut butter pie

Z. ZOO ANIMALS YOU LIKE: Monkeys and lions :)

Jun 14, 2012

Review: Too Faced Palettes (Naked Eye and Romantic Eye)

It's no secret that I love Too Faced products. The Glamour to Go palette made it into a "Monthly Favorites" post and I've mentioned the Too Faced Romantic Eye palette in a recent haul post. I figured it would be fun to review the two Too Faced palettes I currently own!

I've had the Naked Eye palette for quite a few months and I was given the Romantic Eye palette for my birthday. The Too Faced palettes have slightly different packaging now. Both still use cardboard rather than plastic The Naked Eye palette I own has a drawer with an applicator I never really used, so I don't mind that the palettes no longer include the applicator. I really like that the packaging is thinner because I've always found the original packaging to be a tad bulky. But enough about packaging! What's important is the contents of the palettes.

Each palette contains 9 eye shadows and is priced at $36, meaning that you're spending $4 per shadow. Considering the fact that a lot of drugstore singles are in a similar price range, this is a great deal, especially since the quality of these shadows definitely surpasses the quality of some drugstore singles I have owned in the past (I have bought and loved drugstore shadows, especially recent releases, but some drugstore shadows are still chalky and lower quality). Each palette has three base colors that are larger than the other six shades. The palettes also contain cards that give instructions for the three looks in the palettes, but since makeup has no rules you can certainly mix and match. The three looks for each palette are called the Day, Classic, and Fashion looks. I would say where both palettes are concerned that each look is wearable for daytime whether it is designated as a day look or not.

The palettes also follow their themes very well. The Naked Eye palette has shadows that are very natural, but sexy. The shadow names are pretty clever, too (example: "birthday suit"). The Romantic Eye palette follows a bridal theme. There's a mix of matte, satin, and shimmery shadows in both palettes and I will do my very best to describe all of the shades. They will be listed by "look" or row.

Naked Eye:
In the Buff- matte ivory
Pillow Talk- slightly shimmery light taupe
Like a Virgin- matte taupe
Birthday Suit- shimmery beige
Satin Sheets- shimmery golden pink
Unmentionables- shimmery steel gray
Pink Cheeks- shimmery light pink
Lap Dance- shimmery dark taupe
Stiletto- matte black

Romantic Eye:
Soulmates- shimmery ivory - to me, it looks just like a pearl
I Do- matte taupe
Un-Veil- matte deep brown
Kiss the Bride- matte light-medium pink
Cut the Cake- shimmery gray
First Dance- matte dark purple/orchid
Bouquet Toss- matte creamy white
Honeymoon- an extremely shimmery golden color (this one is difficult for me to describe), this particular color and Ever After are what really makes the palette so unique and great in my opinion.
Ever After- shimmery chocolate brown (I also had a tricky time describing this one)

I definitely recommend these. They're worth every penny and I will definitely repurchase them once I've used them up. Now that I've rambled for quite a while, below are the pictures:

The Naked Eye palette and its bulkier packaging (top) and the Romantic Eye palette and its slimmer packaging (bottom).

Swatches on my arm are: In the Buff, Pillow Talk, Like a Virgin, Birthday Suit, Satin Sheets, Unmentionables, Pink Cheeks, Lap Dance, Stiletto

Swatches: Soulmates, I Do, Un-Veil, Kiss the Bride, Cut the Cake, First Dance, Bouquet Toss, Honeymoon, Ever After

Jun 12, 2012

Restricting My Beauty Purchases!

Once again I feel overwhelmed by all the products I have. So from now until September 1, I will be restricting my makeup and beauty purchases. Now, the reason I say restricting instead of stopping altogether is because I know I will run out of certain things before September. For example, all of my body lotions are at half or less and I only have three. Well, once I finish all three I'll certainly buy one to replace all that I've finished, but I won't buy more than one. If something expires or breaks my skin out, I'll consider it finished as well.

I've already thrown away (and given away) several foundations and primers that just didn't work with my skin. I also posted about doing some spring cleaning a while back. I'll review other products as I use them so you can have an idea of what is good, bad, or average. My goal is to fit all of my makeup in the little acrylic storage unit I have (with the exception of palettes, since most don't fit in there anyway). I'm sure that weeding THAT much out of my collection will probably take a year.

I have accumulated an unreasonable amount of hair products recently as well. I think those will be the easiest to finish off.

I also have too many perfumes and body sprays. The only one I will replace if I finish it is the LaVanila Pure Vanilla perfume I mentioned in a past favorites blog.

So, I'll do my best to update as I finish things up and I hope I can follow through with this project!

Do you guys ever feel like you have too many products?

Jun 11, 2012

$20 Makeup Challenge - Mini-Reviews Included!

Over the past month the $20 makeup challenge has been floating around YouTube. When I first saw a video for the challenge I knew I wanted to participate. I must say, unless most of the products you're using are by E.L.F., it's going to be tricky. In the whole process I've already found some unexpected potential favorites and some items I'd really rather not use again.

Of course, every makeup line has a dud and everybody has different experiences with some products. So, shall we move on to the products I used?

$1 - E.L.F. Shielding Hydro Tint/Tinted Moisturizer S.P.F. 15 (Ivory) - this little tinted moisturizer offers almost no coverage and has this strange orangey scent to it. However, it does feel nice on my skin and I haven't noticed any adverse effects yet, so I will most likely buy this again sometime. It comes in a tiny tube and it would probably last a month if you used it every day, but I've only used it about four times, so I really can't give an accurate guess for that quite yet. Ivory is perfect for my super pale skin and although I do get quite oily throughout the day with other face products, my skin stayed matte and natural looking for most of the day!

$1 - E.L.F. All Over Cover Stick (Apricot Beige) - this is creamy and has medium coverage. It doesn't cake and crease under my eyes and the pimple I covered with it did not get worse after using this. It also has the strange orangey scent that the tinted moisturizer has, but it's not a big deal to me. I'm on the fence about this because it does only have medium coverage, but for most days that should be enough.

$3 - E.L.F. Complexion Perfection Powder - Although the packaging is a fail on this one (the mirror fell out the second time I used it), this is a neat powder. I actually think it's more translucent and mattifying than "complexion perfecting" but it works so well with the tinted moisturizer that I think the two are a great combo.

$3 - E.L.F. Powder Brush - this isn't the softest brush by any means, but it does the job. For only $3, this brush is good. I don't think I will have to worry about the handle falling off or the bristles falling out excessively. I've had better brushes (EcoTools) but I haven't had any that are a comparable price and quality.

$3.74 - CoverGirl Cheekers Blush (Deep Plum) - these blushes have a strong scent, but some are nicely pigmented. Deep Plum is one example. Natural Rose, however, barely showed up on my skin. I think these are great for beginners because they're so inexpensive and they have a wide variety of shades.

$1 - E.L.F. Brightening Eye Color (Brownstone) - I didn't love this eye shadow quad. I think it was decent for a dollar and it gives a nice every day eye look, but it just isn't special. It's definitely possible to find great inexpensive eye shadows, but this quad is not one of them.

$1 - E.L.F. Professional Eye Shadow Brush - I think this brush applies eye shadow very nicely. I'm wary of the durability... I think this brush could last me a year, but I feel like the handle isn't very sturdy. Either way, I'd still buy it again because it was $1 and it works as it should.

$1 - E.L.F. Waterproof Eyeliner Pen - So I must say... I hate this. I think that my Covergirl eyeliner pen does a great job of making sure that the product is applied evenly and that any sort of error in application is (usually) user error. With this pen, the felt tip applies the product unevenly, so if I want an even line I have to apply a thick line (not something I am personally a fan of). The pen is also fairly dry, so I feel like it would dry out completely after a week. I'm glad I only paid $1 for this because I'm throwing it away. I hate feeling like I wasted a product, but this was just bad.

$1 - E.L.F. Mechanical Eyelash Curler - This was the first eyelash curler I ever bought. Over the years I've bought and tried others. This performs just as well as my Sally Hansen and Revlon eyelash curlers, but it's only $1. I've never tried the Shu Uemura eyelash curler because at this point in my life I can't justify spending $20 on an eyelash curler, so I can't compare this to that one, but I can say that out of all the other eyelash curlers I've tried that are available at drugstores, this is just as good.

$3 - E.L.F. 3-in-1 Mascara - now to something else I was really pleased with. This mascara promises to lengthen, define, and volumize your lashes. This thing has an interesting brush that reminds me of a combination of Maybelline One-on-One and L'Oreal Telescopic Explosion, so it's possible to get every lash. This mascara isn't clumpy and the formula is a little wetter than I'm used to, but it isn't nearly as wet as Maybelline Great Lash, so this one is actually wearable. It's also not clumpy. I wouldn't say it does anything dramatic to my lashes, but it makes them look nice and it doesn't weigh them down. I will buy this again, especially if Target ever sells it (I didn't see it the last time I went).

So, before taxes my total comes to: $18.74! I meant to include a lip product, but the one I purchased from E.L.F. was a mess to say the least (the Shimmering Facial Whip for $1 - I was going to use it on my face and lips and the product separated and was all gross, so I couldn't use it). I have more ideas for this tag so hopefully I will be posting a second part soon!

Jun 5, 2012

What I got for my birthday!

I turned 20 yesterday (June 4) and my parents gave me some exciting makeup items I plan on reviewing and hopefully doing tutorials with. I did also get some games, but since my blog isn't about games I won't be mentioning them for the time being. I'd also like to mention that I'm posting this blog so you can see my collection and ask me questions about products or ask for a review. I intend to review as much as possible, but if there's something you're really curious about, then I can push the review ahead of others so I can be helpful. That being said, let's get on with the post!

I was really surprised to get the Butt "Naked" Eyes palette by NYX. I never actually spotted it in my local Ulta when it first came out, so I had all but forgotten it. It features 15 neutral eyeshadows, a mirror the size of the palette itself, 4 blushes, 1 bronzer, and 2 highlight colors. I love palettes because I travel quite a bit (even if it's short distances like to my grandma's house for a night or a friend's house... you get the idea). I just like having everything in one place and I like having wearable colors. This set doesn't have a color I wouldn't wear (except maybe the bronzer because I'm not keen on bronzers just yet). In fact, if you're new to makeup and you want to get a good starter kit... this would be the place to start if you can still find it at Ulta. I think it's $25, but don't quote me on that.

My mom told me she made several trips to Ulta and Sephora and agonized over which Too Faced Palette she thought would suit me best because she knew she wanted to buy me a new Too Faced palette. She always says I'm neutral-toned (I'm not convinced), but I agree that some colors (like the copper eyeshadow in my beloved Too Faced Glamour to Go palette) do not suit me well. She gave me the "Romantic Eye" palette and I'm very happy with it.

My dad actually picked out the Covergirl blushes. I mentioned to him that I wanted to try Covergirl blushes so I could experiment with colors. I know I had a trio similar to these blushes before and I've already tried one. My dad bought these in "Natural Rose" (the one on the left with the label carelessly ripped off by... me) and "Deep Plum" which I have yet to try.

And finally...

Why yes, those are lightsaber chopsticks! My boyfriend gave these to me because we both love Star Wars and sushi. While I love the makeup my parents bought me, I think this gift tops all others because it's special.

What do you usually get for your birthday?

Jun 3, 2012

May Favorites! (2012)

My monthly favorites for May are rather predictable. I've actually decided to include some random favorites since I've worn less makeup this month than I usually do.
  1. Bellaboo skin care products - I don't have every product from the Bellaboo line (I am including masks in this) but I am really enjoying the products I have. In fact, I plan on posting a review in about 3 weeks or so. The reason I'm not posting a review now is because you really need to try out a skin care product for at least a month before you decide whether or not it is working.
  2. Less heat styling for my hair - typically I used to use my hair dryer every single day. Now I am only using it once or twice per week and I can tell a difference in my hair. I'll admit that I shampoo every single day, but if I didn't my hair would be gross. I've tried dry shampoo and I haven't found one I like, so I'm completely fine with shampooing my hair daily.
  3. Boy Meets World - so it's my summer vacation now and although I am taking some online classes (so I can graduate in 3 years) when I do have down time, I've been watching a bit more TV than I would like to admit. A rediscovered favorite is Boy Meets World
So hopefully my June favorites will be more interesting and beauty-related. I'm trying the $20 makeup challenge soon and I actually want to create as many different looks with it as possible.

Jun 1, 2012

The Summer Series: Lips

The third and final part of the "Summer Series" is lips! I have always taken a minimalist approach when it comes to lip products because I just think it is a bit of a hassle to reapply products throughout the day. That being said, I love lip balms, tinted lip balms, and lip stains. They're all perfect for summer.

Posietint and Benetint (by Benefit, $29) are great because as I have mentioned before, they are lip and cheek stains. I like the colors of these two, but if you prefer corals/oranges, Chachatint will work too.

Maybelline's Baby Lips lip balms are great for summer because they have SPF 20 in them, they are less than $5 at drugstores, and they're sold in four sheer colors (of course, this doesn't include the two clear balms in the collection). I have Cherry Me (a sheer berry/red) and Peppermint (clear). My only complaint about Cherry Me is that on my lips and in swatches it looks nothing like it does in the tube. Regardless of that, I still like the way it makes my lips look... it just isn't what I expected.

The final product recommendation I have for summer is the new Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain (I have the shade Honey). It's pretty moisturizing and it lasts a couple of hours on my lips (I never believe the "Lasts for X hours" hype...)

Hopefully my Summer Series has been helpful. I enjoyed looking through my collection and finding products that I would personally use for summer and sharing them on this blog. So, that leaves one more thing: what are YOUR top products for summer?

Swatches: Benefit Posietint, Benefit Benetint, Maybelline Baby Lips in Cherry Me, Revlon Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain in Honey