Do you ever see a brand that really doesn't interest you, and then you get to try a product from them and suddenly your wish list is a mile long? Yeah? Well that was my experience with the Estée Edit. The Estée Edit is Estée Lauder's latest launch which brings her high quality products to a younger audience. This line is innovative, fun, and very much on trend. The premise is that the brand will, at different times, have different guest editors who will contribute to the brand with ideas and direction, while helping bring it to new audiences. Today I am here with four of their products!The Estée Edit is a Sephora exclusive line that comes in silver, blue and white packaging.
The Pore Vanishing Stick is an unexpected favourite of mine. While I (now) know that people use this different ways, I originally did not think this was for me as I have pretty good skin. I've since discovered that this makes for an amazing targeted primer. I love using this on my hair line, chin and nose if I know it is a hot, melt off your makeup, sort of day, or if I just know I will be getting sweaty. It locks my makeup on my face, and I find I don't need a setting spray. I'm so happy to have this in my collection as it is totally unique to what I have.
Now, let's talk about the Flash Photo Powder. I really enjoy this as a setting powder along my T-zone. Used together with the Pore Vanishing Stick it keeps make up on lock down, but used on its own it is still quite powerful. I like to apply this with a big fluffy brush.
These two items were received for free at the Sephora Yonge & Eglinton launch. I did not receive it as a result of having a blog and so I do not consider it to be "PR".
Now, let's talk about one of my greatest loves: Blush. At first I was a bit sad that the gold shimmer was only a light overlay, but since then I have used this blush a number of times and have grown to really appreciate it. From the ribbed texture, which makes it easier to pick up product on my brush, to the semi matte finish, this blush is a winner in my books. The Barest Blush in Coy Coral* is a beautiful natural coral colour that pairs really well with bronzer for a natural radiant look. I have been wearing this more often than not over the last few weeks, and it is very wearable and easy to use. It looks just as good over a BB Cream for work as it does in a full face look. I really enjoy this formula and would love to have this blush in every colour!
Love @maccosmetics Velvet Teddy for fall. Also wearing @ctilburymakeup Magic Foundation, @toofaced Sweet Tea bronzer, @theesteeedit Coral blush, @loraccosmetics Pro 3 on my eyes, @benefitcanada brows, a few other little things. Going to a Jays game with my boyfriend, his cousin and her boyfriend this afternoon! They're playing the Yankies, so I'm wearing my 🇬🇧 sweater 🙈 🇬🇧 🇬🇧 🇬🇧 🇬🇧 🦄 #bbloggersca #bbloggersca #makeup #sephora #charlottetilburymagicfoundation #charlottetilbury #makeup #macvelvetteddy #mac #benebrows #benebabes #benefitbrows #ipsyos
Here I am wearing that lovely blush!
The Barest Blush retails for $34.
This blush was sent to me for review by PR.
This eyeshadow is so unique! It has a powerful maroon cream base and golden glitter to top it off. Estée Edit has dubbed this product "Metallishadow Crème + Powder". It creates a truly mesmerizing look that I know I will be rocking come holiday party time. I can't think of a better way to describe it than to share this video:
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I purchased this eyeshadow with my own money. It retails for $28. I wore it in Scarlet Eclipse.
I hope you enjoyed this post featuring some fantastic new products from The Estée Edit, and my best attempt at honest but not cumbersome product disclosure. I really wanted to feature these products together!
Have you tried anything from this line? What did you think?