about-face Cosmetics Review

[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] In the past, celebrities were known for investing in real estate, but now many of them, including Gwen Stefani, Rihanna, Drew Barrymore, and now USA singer Halsey with about-face, are venturing into the cosmetics industry. About-Face is making a mark with its quirky, fun, and highly pigmented products, so be cautious as a little goes a long way!

About-face Cosmetics Review

Starting with the Cheek Freak blushes – I received some vibrant shades, but there are more subtle options available. Applying these balms requires a light touch; a little goes a long way. The packaging features softly rounded squares, likely inspired by the current ‘bubble’ trend. The shades from left to right are: Big O, Raunchy, and Cowgirl.

About-face Cosmetics Review

The highlight is the Fluid Eye Paint in Vintage Granada with an impressive effect. It requires some effort to apply evenly; using a brush is recommended. The two matte Paint-It Lip Colours offer intense pigmentation – apply with a brush to control the amount. The red shade is Serrated Bite, while the mauve/pink one is Saint Sangria, part of a range that includes 24 lip shades in total.

About-face Cosmetics Review

From bottom to top: Serrated Bite, Vintage Granada, Saint Sangria, Big O, Raunchy, and Cowgirl. The blurred effect seen in the blush balm swatches highlights the importance of selecting the right brush for optimal product dispersion.

About-face Cosmetics Review

An Instagram snapshot showcases the stunning Vintage Granada shade. The blushes are priced at £17 (currently £11.90 at Beauty Bay), the Fluid Eye Paint at £21, and the Lip Paints at £19 each, with Saint Sangria currently out of stock.

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