Wednesday, 8 August 2018

3 to try from Wonderland Makeup



So wonderland makeup is a brand that I didn't hear about before trying their products that's why I was pleasantly happy to be given the opportunity to try some of their products. I think its nice trying products that you've never heard of because there could be some real gems out their. 

So today I will be talking about heir Studio Finish Primer, TheLash Lengthening Mascara and one of their wonderdust loose pigments. I took so long to post on this product because I usually try to post a variety of post and try to balance things out but I think I am going to change that because I end up posting about products late or missing post on new and trending products so if you see two makeup post in a row or two skincare post then I am sorry in advance. I realise that structure can take out the fun out of somethings and a blog is meant to be a fun personal space and I don't want to loose that. Ok rant over lets get back to the run down on these makeup products.

The Studio Finish Primer(RRP £15.00)*- on trying this primer for the first time the first thing I said was this is different and it honestly is, it doesn't feel like any primer I l own its not thick or sticky I love the way it makes my skin feel and my foundation lays quite well on it.

The Lash Lengthening Mascara (RRP £11.50)- I didn't see a huge difference at first because I have naturally long lashes and I ususally go for mascara's that are more black that will add length yet give that dramatic look. However when I compared both eyes I saw a difference in length. Another thing I have to say which I liked is that I stroked my lashes tons of time and I didn't see any clumping and thats probably due to the amazing wand it comes with it practically combs my lashes perfectly.




The Wonderdust Loose Pigment (RRP £6.50)- I received the colour blackstar and like the name suggest I thought it would be black but its like a dark purple. The pigment however is soft and packs alot of pigment this will be perfect when creating a smokey eye and since I own no loose pigments in the whole of my makeup collection it is nice to have one.

The brand markets itself as high end but I find them to be somewhat in between.  Also they ship to the UK and the USA and I know half of my readers are from both the UK and the U.S.A so all of you would be happy to know these items can be purchased from Wondeland Makeups Website.

  

Overall I love the products my favourite being that studio primer I just cant get enough of it and a little goes a long way. I am curious to try more from this brand.

                     

        Have you tried Wonderland Makeup?


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