Glossier – Lidstar

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Lets face it, Glossier lidstars have been the latest beauty ‘must-have’ ever since Beyoncé wore them. Although I’m not a fully fledged beehive member, if its good enough for Beyoncé… After finally getting to use it myself for the last couple of months, I couldn’t wait to rave about it on here!

Whether you love a glamorous eye  look or you just need something that is quick to apply & won’t budge, this is probably the product for you.

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As a Glossier fan girl, I was really excited to try them out for myself, but also a little apprehensive. I was worried that the pigment wouldn’t be as good as the pictures show, or it would be really hard to apply. I recently changed my makeup style from matte & full coverage to more of a sheer/dewy skin like ‘look’. Although I was terrified to begin with, my skin has definitely appreciated it. I also think that I look a bit more healthy & glowy. These Lidstars are perfect for both styles of makeup, they are buildable, but you can also use it as a light wash of colour.

Becoming obsessed with Glossier definitely encouraged me to make this change. Not only do I love their skincare & other makeup products, post on its way :), but more than everything their Lidstar has become my go-to product over the past couple of months.

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As its almost holiday & festival season, I thought this would be the perfect time to share some thoughts and pictures of the products. Once it dries down, it literally does not crease or transfer. You can apply it first thing in the morning & it will still be there last thing at night.

Colours like Cub (shown above) & Fawn are perfect for a quick smokey eye. Lily (shown below) & Moon are great for a thin wash of colour & sparkle.

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The lighter colours like Lily can also double as a great highlight / shimmer for the face & body. Perfect for a high glitter festival vibe, or just a bit of shimmer for a beach look.

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I bought two colours at the same time, as you can get a slight discount when buying a duo of colours. Individually they are £15 and as a set of two they are £25.

I have been using Cub lots over the past two months & I have barely made dent in my tube. So, even though the product could be seen as a bit pricey, it is definitely worth the cost. For the level of pigment & amount of product you get.

There are a few more colours on the Glossier website, have a look HERE.

 


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