PÜR COSMETICS full face tutorial ft VANITY PALETTE for EYES & CHEEKS and beautiful Complexion products*


Life has been a tad crazy lately and my blogging schedule has gone completely out the window - so I apologize to my readers!! If you are still here, Thank You for being so patient with me while I work out the kinks! :) 

I was lucky enough to be sent a package from PÜR COSMETICS for review - it included enough products to create a full face tutorial (minus 1-2 items), so I decided to fully take advantage of this opportunity and do a full face tutorial and give you an honest review of the products I tried. 

The items I received are:
- The No Filter Primer
- Bare It All Foundation
- Skin Perfecting Foundation Brush
- Velvet Matte Liquid Lipstick in "Ever After"
- Chrome Glaze Gloss in "Smarty Pants"
- and two vanity palettes that contain 4 eyeshadows, one blush, one bronzer and one highlighter in "Dream Chaser" - a neutral everyday make-up palette and "Goal Digger" a more dramatic color palette for more dramatic looks. These palettes are infused with green tea, ginseng and vitamin B making them great for the skin with these quality ingredients.

With the two vanity palettes - I created two different looks - with the neutral Dream Chaser Palette, I did a daytime look and with the Goal Digger palette, I did a smokey, more dramatic eye look. 

 

The Dream Chaser Palette was great to work with - I naturally gravitate towards neutral tones so this was perfect for my everyday use.  The coral pink toned blush complimented the shadows perfectly and the highlighter was subtle (yet buildable). The bronzer is very pigmented so I would suggest going in with a light hand to avoid looking orange. I finished the look with the Velvet Matte Lipstick in Ever After. I LOVED the formulation of the matte lipstick - it was whipped and was weightless on the lip. Not drying at all and ultra pigmented and lasted until I ate.

Of the two palettes, I would have to say that I leaned more towards the Goal Digger Palette (pictures featured below). The darker shadows were a dream to work with, very pigmented and blendable and the colors were true to pan when applied. It didn't lose any of its boldness and created a smokey eye effortlessly. I patted the dark blue all over the lid and used the bronzer to diffuse the sharp edges. I used the plum purple on the lower lash line to balance out the eyes and finished the look with the blush and highlighter in the palette and the lip gloss in Smarty Pants.


 

Of the two looks, which one do you prefer? I'd love to hear your thoughts!

Until next time, XO - M. 

*products were sent to me for review, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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