Todays post is on the range by *Sarah G Cosmetics which was founded by Sarah G McGough in 2011. This particular brand has a theory that states "makeup is ageless and one fits all" Sarah G Cosmetics is manufactured in the USA using "sophisticated scientific and pharmaceutical technology" which are not tested on animals.
I was lucky to be sent the following products.
Crème to Powder Foundation in Coffee-N-Cream.
This crème to powder comes with a handy mirror and sponge, it was a little too light for me, but felt soft and lovely on the skin. I personally love medium-heavy coverage and felt this was quite a natural light finish. It isn't greasy and sat on the skin nicely. Definitely a great product for those who want a natural light finish.
Eyeshadow in the shade 235 Organza.
This shadow is a pretty peach colour, perfect for spring/summer which would look great with a tan. The shadow is well pigmented , it applies softly to the lid and is a matte finish. I would be interested in trying more shades within this range as it looks so good! See swatches below and a picture of the shadow on my lids.
Lipstick in the shade Deja Vu 29.
The lipstick is a gorgeous peach pink with a metallic sheen to it. I love this shade and think it would look so good in spring/summer. It is a soft moisturising lipstick which applies easily to the lip and doesn't gather like some lipsticks can. It did last well, I applied three times in one day after eating and drinking. The lipstick isn't drying and would suit many skin tones.
Pixie Blusher in 803 Crushed Velvet.
This blusher is a pastel mauve. I wasn't sure on the colour when I received this as I normally go for stronger shades. I was worried this would look odd on my olive skin, but it is absolutely gorgeous! I think this is my favourite product, it is a gorgeous frosty finish which slight shimmer without making me look ridiculous! It is pigmented and a handy product for your handbag which I would use as a blush and a highlighter. I would recommend this product!
Here I am wearing the products minus the foundation as it was too light for me.
What are your thoughts?