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Their line includes matte lipsticks, lipglosses, highlighters, and more. But when I saw eye paints would be included, I knew I NEEDED to try this out.
Since I haven't ever used eyeshadow like this before, I wasn't too sure where to begin, so I knew a tutorial via Halsey's YouTube channel would be best.
Here are the products from the line I was sent, and tried for this post. While I followed Halsey's video, I knew I would also be trying a few things that weren't included in the tutorial.
Next, Halsey blended the fluid eye paint, using a flat eye brush. I decided to try using a blending brush first, so that I could blend the edges before the shadow dried.
Halsey used a fluffy blending brush after using a flat brush, however I did the opposite, just to get an even amount of product on my eyelid after blending.
I then decided to blend away, to give a more diffused look, which in result gave me a beautiful finish. But I will admit, the shadow was pretty dry at this point and tugged at my eyelid.
Then, Halsey added some of their Light Lock Highlight Fluid, above the cheeks. As soon as I added some of the product, I immediately saw how much darker this might be.
Halsey then blended out, using their fingers, so I did as well.
And to see what the highlight looks like so far, here we are. As you can see, the glow is there, minus the shade.
I promise we are halfway done. Next, Halsey used the Light Lock Stick and while I only used this on my brow bone, I do LOVE the shade.
So much so, that I needed to use a Q-tip to clean around the edges for a more precise look.
And here is the final look, in natural cool light, shot on my phone.
Yes, the colors are giving major Joker vibes, but I'm here for it.
And heres how the lipstick compares to before and after, hours of wear. As the day continued, the lipgloss did fade but the matte lipstick and lipliner held up, which was great.
Towards the end-of-day, I could tell that the eye paint and Shadowstick really held up and did NOT budge, which was awesome to see.
Overall? There are products I did enjoy using, and will continue to use, plus a few that just aren't for me at all. Here's a recap:
• Shadowstick: 2/5. From the moment I applied the stick, not only did a piece fall off, but it tugged on my eyelids. While I understand it may be because of the eye-paint, having a piece of it break-off almost immediately made me a little annoyed.
• Matte Fluid Eye Paint: 4/5. Yes, this dries down pretty quickly, but in this case I actually prefer that, so I have some control on how far I want to extend the blending. It basically feels like paint and I look forward to trying it out again!
• Matte Fix Lip Pencil: 4/5. I love how creamy this feels, and if anything, would apply even less.
• Paint-It Matte Lip Color: 5/5. A little goes a very long way and this lip color does not budge. I appreciate the applicator and how I am able to create sharp lines. Lasted throughout my meals and drinks.
• Light Lock Lip Gloss: 2/5. While I love the glossy finish, it wore off pretty quickly and felt a little sticky.
• Light Lock Highlight Fluid: 2/5. Hmm, this is a hard one. While the shade didn't match me, I do like how reflective it was, but found that it was hard to blend for a more seamless finish.
• Light Lock Stick: 4/5. I love the texture in this highlighter and how easy it was to blend.
• Light Lock Powder: 1/5. This was just ok, I don't think I would necessarily use this as my go-to powder.
• Limited Edition Fractal Glitter Brow: 4/5. This was fun to use, and while it's a learning curve since there is glitter on the wand, I would use this again.