Maybelline says their new Master Conceal by Face Studio is a "master concealer. Our formula camouflages imperfections and dark circles with ultra resistant full coverage. Maximum conceal. No reveal." The Master Conceal concealer is available in just five shades, I use the lightest one, Fair. This concealer contains 12ml (.4 fl oz) and sells for $8-9 at the drugstore. Maybelline is not cruelty free. This liquid concealer was made in America.
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Sugarpill Buttercupcake Eyeshadow Review+Swatches
Sugarpill says their Pressed Eyeshadows are "richly pigmented, velvety smooth, luxury pressed eyeshadows for all night party wear." Twenty one shades are currently for sale, this review is for Buttercupcake, which I believe was one of the brand's first eyeshadows. Buttercupcake can be bought individually (3.5 grams/$12), or as part of their Burning Hearts quad ($34). Sugarpill is cruelty free, and most of their products (including Buttercupcake) are vegan. All Sugarpill products are made in California.
Besame Brightening Vanilla Powder Review+Swatches
Besame's Brightening Vanilla Powder is a "velvety soft powder with yellow tint that helps control redness and has a delicate vanilla scent. Perfect for light to medium skin. Can be used repeatedly during the day to remove shine or set make-up without build-up. Wear it alone, over foundation, or around eyes to instantly lighten dark circles." The Brightening Vanilla Powder contains 6 grams (.21) of product and sells exclusively at Sephora for $22. Besame is proud to be cruelty free, and all of their powder products are suitable for vegans. This loose powder was made in the USA.