Thursday, September 1, 2016

Juice Beauty

Juice Beauty is a brand I've been a big fan of for some time now. The formulas and products have always been top-notch, but recently the brand has become more impressive than ever with a range of makeup that is some of the best green beauty out there. I was lucky enough to try out a good amount of the new brand's newish Phyto-Pigments range, which includes products such as a serum foundation, a primer, creamy blushes and much more.

First up is the Phyto-Pigments Flawless Serum Foundation*, which I've been using this summer in the shade Medium Tan. When I first got this I had only had experience with one other "serum" foundation, a foundation that happens to be a favorite of mine — Gressa's Minimalist Corrective Serum Foundation. The two do have some similarities — a runny formula that blends in exquisitely to look like your skin (but better). I would say the pick from Juice Beauty is just a bit different, with more of a thin formula that dries to a matte finish. I find both to be incredibly long-lasting, though, and have even pumped up the dew-factor with the Phyto-Pigments option by wearing it on top of the brand's gorgeous Phyto-Pigments Illuminating Primer*. Together, applied with the Phyto-Pigments Sculpting Foundation Brush*, the formulas create a completely natural look with ingredients that actually improve your skin throughout the day.

While I've been adoring the base products, I have to admit that the Juice Beauty that have become a part of my daily routine are the Last Looks Blushes*, which you'll see above in the shades Peony, Flush, Orange Blossom and Seashell. Packaged in a chic compact, each of these colors are incredibly creamy and blendable, adding the perfect amount of pigment to my cheeks. While all four have become permanent parts of my rotation, the ones I've really been adoring are Peony and Flush, a bright raspberry and nude beige respectively. Flush is one I've been using to pair with a brighter lip, adding a hint of definition to my cheeks without going overboard. The opposite is true with Peony, a bright n' happy pink that looks gorgeous and cheery when applied. I've found using my fingers to apply these has been working great, but I'm sure the formula would be just as great with a good brush.

Have you guys tried anything from Juice Beauty? I'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments below!


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