ORIFLAME COSMETICS REVIEW*
Hey Beauties! <3
I have been testing out these products I have been sent by Oriflame apparently they are an older brand, my mum even remembers then and trust me..... that's old haha.
So i was sent a few things as you can see in the picture below im going to break down the picture and talk about each individual product and what I think of them as Me and what I think of them as a Makeup Artist
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Bronzing Pearls, Studio Artist Foundation, Loose Powder, Eyeshadow Duo,
Hyper Stretch Mascara, Eyeliner Stylo
I quite like this powder but i dont think i would use it on Photoshoots because i have something supirior but i think for everyday use this powder is great, its a clear transluecent powder which is quite finely milled and when pressed in to the skin to it gives a silky finish to the skin, i think this powder would be great for people who oily skin because it seems to work really well that way but also it has "Illuma Flair" which Oriflame describe as "light-reflecting Illuma Flair™ complex for a natural and luminous result in any light."
Overall I think this is just another powder really nothing special or new about it but worth a try, it contains 7g of product for £10.95 and can be found by clicking here
These are the Bronzing Pearls in Natural Bronze, i have to admit i dont like this product at all from a Makeup Artist point of view these pearls are far to orange for my liking as you will see in the picture below i tried to get some pigment off them and couldn't see anything coming up until i took a picture with Flash, id hate to see what would have happened if I had actually used them. If you wish to buy them you can buy them here and they retail for £16.95 for 25g of product.
|As you can see above it just looks really orangey and almost like rust|
These eyeshadows are great if you know how to use them, alone they arnt that amazing, poor pigmentation but sort of creamy. I found if i scraped a little out onto a palette and mixed it with sealing gel from Illamasqua and foiled the shadow it looked far better and the pigmentation was far better as well.
I think over all these are okay foiled for everyday use but i wouldn't use them in my kit because i dont think they are up to standard that im used to working with. You can buy these from the Oriflame website i couldnt find a link or price to these so you might have to tweet @OriflameUKLtd to find out.
Overall I think like all brand there hit and miss products, I like the Eyeliner stylo and the foundation. I will have a separate review up soon on the Mascara as I haven't tried that out yet on someone.