I took the dive. Finally after all these years of just looking at the at www.sephora.ph, I finally have them with me. It takes me a while to purchase makeup products. I also prefer to see the products personally first before buying them because I want to see the colors on the pan and to feel their texture. Sometimes buying cosmetics online is like going on a blind date. You never know if it works both ways until you actually meet.
I don’t like to be wasteful. So before buying new makeup, I always ask myself: Do need it? Will I use it? Can I afford it? Will I buy it again if needed? These palettes are expensive. Each cost Php5150 ($107++) for 18 grams of product. That’s 3 grams of product for each color and a cost of Php850 ($17++) per pan. Looking at ingredients list (click here) – there’s really nothing fancy in them. It’s a straight forward formula. And if you are wondering, these palettes were made in the U.S.A.
But after trying them out for the first time, I “looked over” its price point because I appreciated the product. But I’m sure there are cheaper alternatives.
Products mentioned with affiliate links:
Viseart Plum/Bronze Palette: https://rstyle.me/+UlE-R3fopJz9RPWyz1ljxw
Viseart Coral/Rose Palette: https://rstyle.me/+2MQn__DnBEBYO7hXtVVhlg
Chikohodo Powder brush: https://fudebeauty.com/?ref=0OWJui4EwlXrb
The products I am using has worked for me and it might not necessarily work for you. Always be discerning when purchasing cosmetics or skin care products. Always read the label and the literature! Always do a patch test before you purchase a product for the first time to see that you are not allergic to any of the ingredients listed.
This video/post is not sponsored. The products that are shown here are the products that I always use, love and live by.
The videos and pictures were shot using an Iphone 11.
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