|All of the products in the "Eco-Tones Fire" Wantable box.|
I actually got a different assessment when I filled out the questionnaire, but I ended up scrolling through and picking the "Boho Beauty" profile, because it seemed to come with more "natural" products, which generally means more paraben-free options. The website gives you a list of the products that are available in each box, so I was able to look up the websites and ingredient lists. Unfortunately, I thought the MiA BelleZZa blush was paraben-free and it isn't, so I didn't swatch that one for you. The rest of them are, though!
|Lavera Organic Lip Gloss Magic Red #3, Lavera Soft Eyeliner in Brown, Benecos Natural Baked Eyeshadow in Mokka, Swagger Cosmetics Highlighter in Champagne in the Bubble Bath.|
I wasn't impressed with the quality of the Benecos baked shadow - it was quite patchy, and even when I used it wet, I had to pack it on to get the pretty rose-gold shade to show up. It does contribute to a natural look, though. The Lavera eyeliner is dark enough in one pass, though it does have to be warmed up a bit before use (breathing on it helps - very high tech). I was surprised by how much I actually liked using brown eyeliner on its own. The Swagger Cosmetics highlighting powder is really lovely, even if it is a loose powder, and I've been using it daily to add a bit of glow to cheekbones as well as on the inner corner of my eyes. I like that it's a white-gold shade. The Lavera lip gloss is really sheer - not really what I expected of "Magic Red #3," but it's organic, if that makes you happy. It smells a bit "organic". Not my favorite.
|Ignore that rebellious strand of hair.|
This is a FOTD using all of the products (except the blush - I used MAC Early Morning instead). It actually comes together for a nice, natural look, which is what face chart intends. In that respect, it succeeds.
Other products used: Annabelle BB Compact Makeup, MUFE Aqua Brow #25, Bobbi Brown Corrector in Peach, Smashbox High Definition Concealer in Light
What do you think of the Wantable concept? Is it "Wantable?"
*Items were sent by PR for review purposes.