Smashbox – Makeup and Beauty Blog | Makeup Reviews, Swatches and How-To Makeup http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com A beauty blog blooming with fresh makeup reviews, swatches and beauty tips from your friendly neighborhood beauty addict Tue, 28 Jun 2016 13:48:37 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.5.3 5 Best Highlighters http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/cosmetics/5-best-highlighters/ http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/cosmetics/5-best-highlighters/#comments Wed, 09 Sep 2015 10:00:35 +0000 http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/?p=186866 The Tragedy of Tabby, Prince of Novato Act III, Scene I Enter Prince Tabby, Queen Karen, Left Turn the Black Cat, Thug the Russian Blue and Lords. TABS: To highlight or not to highlight — that is the question. Whether ’tis nobler in the condo to suffer the humiliating pets and chin scratches of outrageous […]


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The Tragedy of Tabby, Prince of Novato

Act III, Scene I

Enter Prince Tabby, Queen Karen, Left Turn the Black Cat, Thug the Russian Blue and Lords.

TABS: To highlight or not to highlight — that is the question.

Whether ’tis nobler in the condo to suffer the humiliating pets and chin scratches of outrageous fortune, or to raise paws against a sea of troubles, and by opposing, end them. To eat, to nap — perchance to dream; ay, there’s the tummy rub.

Wait, what the heck is Prince Tabby talking about!? I don’t know about him, but speaking for myself, there is absolutely NO question about it. I am always, ALWAYS down for highlighting, and here are my five top picks for “Best Highlighter.” These are the ones I wear the most. 🙂

Best Everyday Highlighter: Hourglass Ambient Powder in Luminous Light ($45)

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It’s amazing to me how this champagne pearl pressed powder barely looks like I’ve made a dent in it, when I’ve been wearing it pretty consistently — sometimes for weeks on end — for the past few years.

That’s a pretty good thing to know, that a single pan of anything could last until forever, or until Skynet eventually takes over (whichever comes first).

What I love about Luminous Light — I mean, other than the name, because don’t most gals like the idea of being bathed in luminous light? — is the finish. On the skin it looks like expensive, plush velvet bathed in the light of a buttery late summer afternoon.

Ah…

The sheen is unlike anything else I’ve seen before. Soft and subtle, yet still noticeable, and it’s oh, so forgiving of large pores and fine lines (hallelujah!).

All told, this one’s my favorite everyday, all-occasion highlighter in the world!

$45; available now at Hourglass counters and online.

Best Highlighter for a Dewy Finish: MAC Cream Colour Base in Hush ($22)

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Hush!

No, you can talk. I was referring to MAC Hush, which I love for its flexibility. It’s a soft peach with subtle shimmer, and I like it just about any which way/any how — on bare skin, on top of tinted moisturizer, foundation, even on top of powder. Whenever I’m aiming for more of a dewy, wet look, out comes Hush.

All I do is use my fingers to apply and blend it, usually on my upper cheekbones, down the bridge of my nose and on my Cupid’s bow, and it takes all but a minute to use.

I also think it looks amazer-ing in pics.

Oh! — and you can also use it as an eyeshadow base. Score! 🙂

$22; available now at MAC counters and online.

Best Highlighter for Dramatic Looks: BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed in Opal ($38)

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Good ol’ Opal. How many pans of it have I gone through over the years?

Three? Four…? I’ve lost count.

BECCA has many marvelous Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed options, but Opal is the one I wear most, by far. It’s a super shiny golden opal pearl, and for dramatic highlights, it’s unbeatable. Unlike standard-issue high-shine highlighters, of which there are many, it’s the very definition of luminous, and the complete antithesis of harsh and metallic, so skin glows seemingly from within with magical eldritch power without appearing oily.

It’s so friggin’ good that when I had to pick a single highlighter to wear on the red carpet to the Emmy’s last year, I went with Opal. There was no question about it.

Fun tip: to open up the eyes and make them look as big, bright and wide as possible, lightly apply Opal in the inner corners of the eyes, and just above and below the highest point in the arch of your brows.

$38; available now at Ulta, BECCA counters and online.

Best Highlighter to Wear With Pink Blush: Smashbox Fusion Soft Lights in Baked Starblush ($32)

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This quiet, subtle pearlescent pink powder is my “halfway” highlighter. Shinier than Hourglass Luminous Light but less shiny than BECCA Opal, Baked Starblush comes out whenever I wear a pink blush, because I think it looks amazing with warm, cool and neutral pink blushes.

$32; available now at Ulta, Smashbox counters and online.

Best Highlighter for Multitasking MAC Iridescent Powder/Loose in Golden Bronze and Silver Dusk ($23 each)

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Sadly (horrifically), these were discontinued here in the US (WHY, MAC, WHY?!?!), but I had to give them a shout-out anyway because I think they’re so damn good.

You may still be able to find them outside the United States (or, perhaps be able to track them down on eBay), and if you do, consider yourself lucky, because these powders are epically wonderful.

I found out about them from MAC senior artist and all-around awesome cat lady Keri Blair, who mentioned one day that she used them all the time for bridal looks. She called them her unsung heroes from the line.

Soooooo, the next day I went out and bought both of them, LOL! 🙂 Silver Dusk is a shimmery, silvery pinkish beige (great for cooler skin tones), and Golden Bronze is a peachy golden bronze (looks amaze-balls on warm skin). Basically, these are like loose powder versions of the BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfectors, but with an even more nuanced pearlescent finish.

A teeny, tiny bit goes a long way! I like to apply them with a tapered eyeshadow blending brush like the MAC 224, for precision.

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These are mighty multitaskers, too! For dewy skin, just mix a little with your foundation or tinted moisturizer. Or, for a beautiful sheen on your arms and legs, sprinkle a little on a dollop of body moisturizer or body oil, and then massage directly on the skin.

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Swatches from the left: Hourglass Luminous Light, MAC Hush, BECCA Opal, MAC Silver Dusk and MAC Golden Bronze

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Smashbox Fusion Soft Lights in Baked Starblush

Quick (non-makeup) question for ya…

Have you ever used airbnb.com, and if you have, did you have a good or a bad experience? I haven’t used it before, but I’m thinking about it for an upcoming trip because, OMG, hotel prices? They are out of freakin’ control!

Some of the places I’m seeing on airbnb look really nice. I’m just nervous about renting a place that looks great in pics but having it turn out to be sketchy in real life, you know? Please help a cat lady out! I need a short vacation here pretty soon.

Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,

Karen


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7 Things You Should Know About the $54 Nicky Hilton + Smashbox Cosmetics NY Classic Cat Eye Kit http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/product-reviews/nicky-hilton-smashbox-cosmetics-ny-classic-cat-eye-kit/ http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/product-reviews/nicky-hilton-smashbox-cosmetics-ny-classic-cat-eye-kit/#comments Tue, 16 Jun 2015 04:00:20 +0000 http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/?p=182717 7 Things You Should Know About the $54 Nicky Hilton + Smashbox Cosmetics NY Classic Cat Eye Kit You don’t have to be a cat lady to appreciate it (although you may appreciate it more if you like the look of classic black cat eyeliner) Wearing all of your cat lady accoutrements (your shirts, jewelry, […]


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Wearing the new Nicky Hilton + Smashbox NY Classic Cat Eye Kit ($54), available now exclusively online at smashbox.com

7 Things You Should Know About the $54 Nicky Hilton + Smashbox Cosmetics NY Classic Cat Eye Kit

  1. You don’t have to be a cat lady to appreciate it (although you may appreciate it more if you like the look of classic black cat eyeliner)
  2. Wearing all of your cat lady accoutrements (your shirts, jewelry, cat ears, etc.) with the kit’s eyeshadow, liner and mascara qualifies as a strong “do”
  3. When you open the bag that comes with the kit, you may catch a whiff of something that smells like fish-flavored cat treats (I do with mine, which is weird!).

    I, myself, am unsure if this is a good thing, but Tabs seems perfectly OK with it.

  4. Cat eyes aren’t the only thing you can do with the kit’s eyeshadow trio, gel pen liner and mascara (although they are the obvious choice, right?). You could also use ’em for smokey eyes.
  5. Be prepared. Due to this kit, your cat may experience severe jealousy when he sees you rocking thick, fatty-bo-batty cat eye liner, meow!
  6. While wearing these pieces, you may find yourself spontaneously purring.
  7. While carrying this kit, you may also start carrying cat treats in your purse. (Oh, wait. I already do that.)
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Pretty Kitty Bag

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From the left: Full Exposure Mascara, Photo Angle Pure Pigment Gel Liner in Jet Black and Photo Op Eye Shadow Trio in Litho



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Photo Op Eye Shadow Trio in Litho (three on the far left) and Photo Angle Pure Pigment Gel Liner in Jet Black (far right)

Other things you should know about the Nicky Hilton + Smashbox NY Classic Cat Eye Kit

  • It’s limited edition, $54, and available online now at smashbox.com. It’s also one of three Smashbox Cat Eye Kits (there’s also an L.A. Natural Cat Eye Kit and a London Colorful Graphic Cat Eye Kit) containing pieces hand-picked from the permanent line by Nicky Hilton.
  • The four-piece kit comes with a cat-shaped makeup bag, a full-size Photo Op Eye Shadow Trio in Litho (with matte peachy beige Wheat Eyeshadow, matte reddish brown Hazelnut Eyeshadow and matte black Jet Black Eyeshadow), a full-size Photo Angle Pure Pigment Gel Liner in Jet Black, and a full-size Full Exposure Mascara.
  • The eyeshadow trio is meow-worthy! Not all matte eyeshadows are this easy to blend, and I think they also look lovely in pics. This is by far my favorite thing in the kit.
  • I’m not the biggest fan of the liner… One the one hand, I like how intensely black it is, but the flexible plastic nib tickles my skin when I run it along my lash lines. It’s also difficult to create crisp edges with it.
  • As for the mascara, I think it separates and lengthens well, but it’s just average in terms of volume. My BFF Jen, who likes a more natural lash look, loves this mascara. For me, it’ll do in a pinch, but I prefer mascara with much mo’ drama-for-your-mama.

    “Gimme drag queen lashes!” she yelled out her office window.

  • As a bonafide CCL, I love the cat lady angle. 🙂 I’m all about the eyeshadow trio and the adorable bag, too, which I hope smells less fishy after a while (what’s up with that!?), but I think the liner and mascara are skippable.

I think the kit could be a solid investment if you already know and love these products (they are re-promotes from the permanent line), because you do get full-size items, and you do save a little money over the cost of purchasing them separately. That said, for me, it’s probably best for Smashbox diehards. The mascara and liner don’t rock my world.

I do have to thank this kit for introducing me to the $28 Litho trio, which is all kinds of excellent! It’s also available in the permanent line by itself, so check that ish out next time you’re near a Smashbox counter.

PRICE: $54
AVAILABILITY: Limited edition, and available now exclusively online at smashbox.com
MAKEUP AND BEAUTY BLOG RATING: B-

Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,

Karen


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Smashbox Fusion Soft Lights in Baked Starblush: Mmm… Doesn’t a Baked Starblush Sound Delicious Right Now? http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/product-reviews/smashbox-fusion-soft-lights-in-baked-starblush-2/ http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/product-reviews/smashbox-fusion-soft-lights-in-baked-starblush-2/#comments Fri, 29 May 2015 01:06:38 +0000 http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/?p=181532 “Uh, yes, I’ll take a Baked Starblush and a tall Caramel Macchiato, please…” I really like this product’s name: Baked Starblush. It sounds both astronomical and tasty. 🙂 This here is the Smashbox Fusion Soft Lights in Baked Starblush, one of two new $32 shimmery baked highlighters (the other one is called Starburst) containing five […]


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Smashbox Fusion Soft Lights in Baked Starblush ($32)

Smashbox Fusion Soft Lights in Baked Starblush“Uh, yes, I’ll take a Baked Starblush and a tall Caramel Macchiato, please…”

I really like this product’s name: Baked Starblush. It sounds both astronomical and tasty. 🙂 This here is the Smashbox Fusion Soft Lights in Baked Starblush, one of two new $32 shimmery baked highlighters (the other one is called Starburst) containing five individual shades (there are two of each color) — in this one’s case a soft white, a soft pink, a rosy pink, a dusty rose and a bright rose. Both are available now online and at Smashbox counters, Nordstrom, Ulta and Sephora.

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Smashbox Fusion Soft Lights in Baked Starblush

Starblush, which you can wear on your cheeks, eyes, face and body, creates a subtle veil of light pink shimmer, and it’s one of those considerate subtle veils that doesn’t emphasize pores. With a finish about halfway between a super shiny BECCA Shimmering Skin Perfector and a less intense Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder, it’s probably better for lasses with light and medium skin tones, because it might look ashy on deeper damsels.

As for wear time, on my combination oily/dry skin, it lasts between six and seven hours.

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Smashbox Fusion Soft Lights in Baked Starblush



I guess you could try to reach in there and access the shades individually, but you’d need an awfully small brush for that…so I just mix all of the shades together and apply the combined pink color wherever I want some luminosity. It does build up in layers, so you can add more if you want to see more of the color.

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Wearing the new Smashbox Fusion Soft Lights in Baked Starblush on my upper cheekbones while awkwardly tilting my head…

I like wearing Baked Starblush as a highlighter. I’ll apply it with a tapered eye brush (because they’re easy to control), and use between two and three layers. I think it’s a great option for anyone, but especially for (lords and) ladies looking for a diffused highlight/soft focus effect that leans more toward luminous and dewy than metallic. It’s kind to mature skin, too, because it doesn’t draw attention to pores and fine lines (YAY!). And because the shimmer doesn’t go over the top, newcomers to the wild world of highlighting may also want to give it a try.

Oh! — and pictures. I think it looks lovely in photographs, be they taken with a flash, natural light, mixed light — you name it. If you have a big event to go to like a wedding or prom, Starblush would be very handy.

If you want an alternative to the $45 Hourglass Ambient Powders, this could save you a few bucks. They have a similar finish (another good alternative is the Sephora Collection MicroSmooth Baked Sculpting Trio in Sublime).

PRICE: $32, one of two Baked Fusion Soft Lights
AVAILABILITY: Available now at Smashbox counters, Ulta, Sephora and online
MAKEUP AND BEAUTY BLOG RATING: A

Additional makeup worn in this look

Lips — MAC Matte Lipstick in Runway Hit
Lashes — NARS Numero 2
Eyes — L’Oreal La Palette Nude 1, MAC Costa Riche Eye Kohl, MAC Pro Longwear Paint Pot in Soft Ochre, Tom Ford Eye Defining Pen in Deeper
Cheeks — BECCA Damselfly Blush, Guerlain Terracotta 4 Seasons in 03 Naturel Brunettes
Face — Dior Diorskin Nude Air Serum in 040, NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer in Biscuit

Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,

Karen


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Ulta Adventures: Smashbox Photo Angle Pure Pigment Gel Liner http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/cosmetics/smashbox-photo-angle-pure-pigment-gel-liner/ http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/cosmetics/smashbox-photo-angle-pure-pigment-gel-liner/#comments Sat, 23 May 2015 04:30:05 +0000 http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/?p=180992 Totes getting a Benefit vibe from these new Smashbox Photo Angle Pure Pigment Gel Liners ($24). They’re a new line of gel liners in twisty pens. The gel comes out of the flexible angled tip, just like Benefit’s They’re Real Push-Up Liner. I was stoked to play with these when I spotted them at Ulta, […]


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Smashbox Photo Angle Pure Pigment Gel Liner ($24 each)

Totes getting a Benefit vibe from these new Smashbox Photo Angle Pure Pigment Gel Liners ($24). They’re a new line of gel liners in twisty pens. The gel comes out of the flexible angled tip, just like Benefit’s They’re Real Push-Up Liner.

I was stoked to play with these when I spotted them at Ulta, but I got a little freaked out by the display… All of the liners had crusty bits of gel at the tips, which I cleaned off before taking these pics because they looked like a hot mess, and I couldn’t take it.

I dunno about the 36-hour wear time…. I don’t actually need my liner to last that long, LOL! Have you tried these yet? If so what do you think?

I’ve used Benefit’s gel liner before, and it looks a lot like these. With those there’s definitely a learning curve. They aren’t the easiest product to work with because it’s hard to get the gel to go where you want it to. Stuff has a mind of its own, but once you get it down, you can do some neat things with it.

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Smashbox Photo Angle Pure Pigment Gel Liner ($24 each)

Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,

Karen


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Smashbox L.A. Lights Blendable Lip & Cheek Color in Venice Beach Bronze Borrows a Thing or Two From the NARS Multiples http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/product-reviews/smashbox-l-a-lights-blendable-lip-cheek-color-in-venice-beach-bronze-borrows-a-thing-or-two-from-the-nars-multiples/ http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/product-reviews/smashbox-l-a-lights-blendable-lip-cheek-color-in-venice-beach-bronze-borrows-a-thing-or-two-from-the-nars-multiples/#comments Thu, 14 May 2015 00:50:27 +0000 http://www.makeupandbeautyblog.com/?p=180777 Cream products. Have you ever noticed how popular they get around this time of year? Especially cream highlighters and blushes? The one pictured here is the new $29 Smashbox L.A. Lights Blendable Lip & Cheek Colors in Venice Beach Bronze. It’s gotta have something to do with summer…because with summer makeup, trends always come and […]


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Smashbox L.A. Lights Blendable Lip & Cheek Color in Venice Beach Bronze ($29)

Cream products.

Have you ever noticed how popular they get around this time of year? Especially cream highlighters and blushes? The one pictured here is the new $29 Smashbox L.A. Lights Blendable Lip & Cheek Colors in Venice Beach Bronze.

It’s gotta have something to do with summer…because with summer makeup, trends always come and go, but one trend that never completely disappears is the whole minimalist makeup angle. Cream blushes and highlighter sort of evoke that idea of casual, minimal makeup. Just swipe a little on bare skin, or in this case, maybe even on top of tinted moisturizer, and bam! — you’re ready to go hunting for surfer dudes on the boardwalk.

Smashbox L.A. Lights Blendable Lip & Cheek Colors: What are they, exactly?

These $29 cream blushes from Smashbox — technically, they’re combination cheek colors/lip products — are multitaskers in the vein of the NARS Multiples. This one, shimmery bronze Venice Beach Bronze, is one of five, and it’s made to cast a warm sunset-like glow on skin like it’s “The Magic Hour” (the brief windows of time just before sunrise and sunset).

The other shades are Hollywood & Highlight (a sheer pinkish pearl), Beverly Hills Blush (a peachy pink with golden shimmer), Silver Lake Sunset (a warm coral) and Malibu Berry (a rich berry).

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Smashbox L.A. Lights Blendable Lip & Cheek Color in Venice Beach Bronze



I mentioned the NARS Multiples. Well, these L.A. Lights are like them in quite a few ways. They have a similarly thick formula, fine shimmer and a respectable amount of pigment. You could probably wear either one and not be able to tell the difference.

But there is a difference in terms of price. With a NARS Multiple, you get a 0.50-oz. stick for $39 (works out to $78/ounce), versus a 0.17-oz. stick for $29 ($171/ounce) with one of the Smashbox L.A. Lights, so even though you pay more for a NARS Multiple, you get a lot more product.

Not to say that you shouldn’t at least consider these. True, you get more product with NARS, but with the L.A. Lights, you also get a blending sponge (it’s right there on the opposite end of the stick), and it’s nice that the stripe on the outside of the tubes matches the color of the cream inside. It makes them easy to identify.

Plus, the L.A. Lights are overall less expensive, even if they are more expensive per ounce.

About that sponge, though… I was super stoked about it at first, but after using it a few times, I could live without it. It mostly just scoots the blush around when I use it on my cheeks and disrupts whatever foundation or tinted moisturizer I’m also wearing.

It’s easier to blend out the edges with a synthetic buffing brush like the Real Techniques Multi-Task brush. It works like a charm.

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Wearing Smashbox L.A. Lights Blendable Lip & Cheek Color in Venice Beach Bronze

Is it any good?

For the most part, I wear Venice Beach Bronze, the shade I’m wearing here, as a blush or highlighter. When the light hits my cheeks just right, the fine, dreamy shimmer looks almost ethereal…like I’m a character in a beach scene in an artsy French movie.

I think it’s just as lovely as a lipstick, too, but my lips are like, “Haaaay, ma! You need something way more mositurizing.”

Yes, my lips give me attitude sometimes. Just like my cat. 🙂

Anyway, yeah, I can’t really use this as a lip color, but you might be able to if your lips aren’t as dry as mine.

At around four hours, the wear time on my combination dry/oily cheeks seems pretty typical of cream products, but I just reapply at lunch, then go doop-da-doo along my merry way. If you’re not about that life, though, you’ll want to set this with a powder blush or a transparent face powder to increase the staying power.

What’s the final verdict?

Absolutely gorgeous as a blush/highlighter, but it sucks every microliter of moisture from my lips.

Oh, and the sponge is kind of lame…

Buuut, if you like the NARS Multiples, you might also like these (although they’re more drying than the Multiples on my lips).

PRICE: $29, available in five shades
AVAILABILITY: Available now online and at Smashbox counters, Nordstrom, Ulta and Sephora
MAKEUP AND BEAUTY BLOG RATING: B

Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,

Karen


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