A few days ago I shared a review on my YouTube channel on the Bdellium Tools Auto Lip Crayons and I figured, why neglect the blog – I should post a review here too. I was sent the Bdellium Tools Auto Lip Crayons as a part of Octoly – a site that I’ve been a part of but never really purchased or got products from over the years. This was the first product I got from my Free Store and I’m glad I was able to try it – since I don’t often use much from Bdellium Tools and I didn’t know they even had makeup or cosmetics as a part of their line.
I received two colors – Pink Cadillac (a gorgeous rose hued bright fuchsia pink) and Kadooment Orange (an orange with red undertones – almost coral in shade). Each lip crayon retails for $10.00 and Bdellium Tools offers a total of 7 shades on their website. I would love to try the nude shades they have available because these are so great for travel or sticking in the purse for on the go.
Each lip color is soft and creamy and glide on very easily on the lips. They are very pigmented and you get – One swipe and done, high pigment and color. They have a matte like texture but do not leave my lips dry which is awesome and my lips feel very moisturized while wearing the lip colors. These are not kiss proof, but they do last for quite a while if you are not eating, drinking or kissing. I love that each lip crayon is retractable, making it really easy to use.
Each lip color is paraben and perfume free. The lip crayons do not contain beeswax or carmine and include ingredients like shea butter to help hydrate the lips. Each pencil has a net weight of 0.05 oz / 1.5g so you get a lot of product for a reasonable price point. I did notice that the colors I got can settle into the lines of my lips – even if they are not drying. I think a lot of it has to do with the color and creamy feel of the product. While it does last on the lips, it will kiss off, rub off and will not set like a traditional matte lipstick – but they are very comfortable to wear.
INGREDIENTS: DIISOSTEARYL MALATE, POLYGLYCERYL-2 TRIISOSTEARATE, CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE, DIPENTAERYTHRITYL HEXAHYDROXYSTEARATE/HEXASTEARATE/HEXAROSINATE, PHYTOSTERYL ISOSTEARYL DIMER DILINOLEATE, C16-18 HYDROXYALKYL, HYDROXYDIMERDILINOLEYL ETHER, EUPHORBIA CERIFERA (CANDELILLA) WAX, MICROCRYSTALLINE WAX, HYDROGENATED POLYISOBUTENE, CERESIN, SILICA DIMETHYL SILYLATE, SYNTHETIC WAX, SYNTHETIC FLUORPHLOGOPITE, SORBITAN OLIVATE, POLYETHYLENE, SILICA, TOCOPHERYL ACETATE, CAPRYLYL GLYCOL, CAPRYLHYDROXAMIC ACID, GLYCERIN, BHT, BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII (SHEA) BUTTER. MAY CONTAIN [+/-]: TITANIUM DIOXIDE (CI 77891), RED 6 (CI 15850), RED 7 LAKE (CI 15850:1), YELLOW 5 (CI 19140), IRON OXIDES (CI 77492, CI 77499, CI 77491)
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With the cost of drugstore makeup increasing now a days, it’s nice to see a company like Bdellium Tools offer their lip products at reasonable costs. Let’s face it, $10.00 now a days for a lip crayon is not that bad considering there are so many on the market that are priced way more. I’m actually impressed with the product, though I do wish it had a little more staying power on my lips – especially since I drink water consistently during the day. I would love to try out their nude lippies and see how they match up to these that I have tried already. I’ll definitely be checking these out. I would love to see what other colors Bdellium Tools releases in the future.
Have you tried these lippies before or anything from Bdellium Tools? If so, comment below and let me know. Don’t forget to stop by my video review and show it some love!
Disclaimer: The products featured in this post were sent to me for review consideration. All opinions are my own, 100% honest and unbiased, as with anything on this site. Affiliate links are posted through out.
I don’t use a lot of makeup during the summer time and lately I have found that I have really been enjoying a simple look – mascara and lip balm. But, after getting my hands on the Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Palette, I’ve really been enjoying working with it and creating looks. Contrary to how it looks, this palette is much more than a pink toned palette like it seems. I’ve been loving the combination of warm tones to create showstopping looks. Today I share with you a look I created using mainly this palette with a little pop of color on my lower lash line with ColourPop’s Flower Shop (from their Spring / Summer collection). I’ll be sharing this look with you as well as swatches of the palette and more. Be sure to click on the video if you want to chit chat with me and watch me GRWM when I create this look.
Let’s chit chat about this palette first before we get into the whole makeup look, shall we? The Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Palette retails for $42.00 and includes 14 beautiful shades appropriate for any time of year. This palette also includes a duo-ended brush to help create those stunning looks.
I purchased this palette with a little help via an online site called Octer.com. Octer is a cool platform to help with online shopping, making it possible and easy to shop no matter the device you use – whether you’re browsing on your smartphone, tablet or desktop. Octer lists the biggest US stores and 8,000 brands across all verticals and fashion from everyone like Topshop, ASOS, Farfetch and Net-A-Porter. Octer has been live since November and has a feature which helps consumers find the right product at the right price. It’s easy to use and as simple as searching your favorite type of product – housewares, clothes, accessories, makeup and more.
The Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance palette is an essential eye shadow collection that includes a variety of neutral and berry tones. It’s the first permanent palette in the ABH line – which I love, since so many of the palettes I own from her were Limited Editions. This palette includes gorgeously pigmented shades that offer you the opportunity to create endless looks for daytime and evening. I am absolutely in love with the pigmentation of each color even if some of them did kick up a bit of dust and a little bit of fall out it’s a beautifully pigmented palette. At first glance, this eye shadow palette looks like it would be too berry or too pink to create many looks, but I have found that I’ve been able to create a variety of looks with the shades.
The palette has faux suede packaging that make it feel really nice and soft and so far it has been easy to clean. I love that each name is listed under the individual shades – which is always a great thing in any eye shadow palette. The magnetic closure seals the palette up tightly, but not too tight as to make it difficult to open and close. The mirror is a good size and this palette really offers a variety of shades for your money and make it a good travel palette. I’m impressed overall with this palette, the packaging and the shades.
The colors included in this palette are:
Tempera – Velvety beige with an ultra-matte finish
Golden Ochre – Earthy yellow with an ultra-matte finish
Vermeer – Iridescent shell with a metallic finish
Buon Fresco – Antique lavender with an ultra-matte finish
Antique Bronze – Metallic sable with a satin finish
Love Letter- Raspberry with an ultra-matte finish
Cyprus Umber- Dark coffee with an ultra-matte finish
Realgar- Brick with an ultra-matte finish
Warm Taupe- Earthy gray with an ultra-matte finish
Venetian Red- Crimson with an ultra-matte finish
Red Ochre- Sienna with an ultra-matte finish
Primavera- shimmery gold dust with a metallic finish
Burnt Orange- deep orange with an ultra-matte finish
Raw Sienna- neutral amber with an ultra-matte finish
To create my look I used the neutral tones in the Modern Renaissance Palette to create the base of my makeup look. For the pop of color, I decided that I would use Flower Shop from ColourPop as a little pop of color on the lower lash line. Of course, you could totally utilize one of the berry shades in it’s place to really make the look pop.
Raw Sienna – used as a transition shade above my crease, lower lash line to blend and smoke out flower shop
Burnt Orange – used to deepen the crease, lower lash line to blend and smoke out flower shop
Primavera – blended onto the lid and inner corner of my eye
Red Ochre – used to deepen the outer v to add dimension
Cyprus Umber – blended into the outer v and outer corner to add depth to the eye look, lower lash line to blend and smoke out flower shop
Tempera – used as highlight on browbone
Youngblood Cosmetics Liquid Eyeliner to create wing and liner on upper lash line
Ardell Demi Wispies false lashes
Flower Shop by ColourPop as pop of color on lower lash line
ColourPop Wisp – highlight on face
BlossomTime Rose Blush – Rose Powder Blush by Milani
Milani Dolce Caramello Lipstick (pictured), originally I had on Kandooment Orange & Pink Cadillac by Bdellium Tools
Jordana Cosmetics 12 Hour Made to Last Liquid Eyeliner Pencil in Aqua Stone – pop of color on lower lash line (base)
If you are looking for a cool place to check out products from different devices, I definitely suggest checking out Octer.com, I’ve been enjoying the site since being introduced to it and it’s a fun place to check out items all over the web. It’s not yet a year old, but has come a long way since it started in November. When it comes to makeup palettes, the Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Palette has really won my heart. The eye shadows are very blendable and pigmented. Considering the price point, you get gorgeous shades and it’s definitely worth checking out. Like I mentioned before, while it looks like a palette you may only be able to utilize in the Fall, it’s actually a great neutral palette with pops of color.
Have you tried the Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance palette? If not, is it something on your list to check out? If you have, what are your thoughts on this beauty? Don’t forget to check out my video for a GRWM and walk through on how I got this makeup look.
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. Some of the products mentioned in this post were sent for review consideration while others were purchased with my own money. All opinions are my own, 100% honest and unbiased, as with anything on this site – sponsored or not. Affiliate links are posted through out.