MAKE Silk Cream Lipstick and Matte Finish Eyeshadow | Review



MAKE Silk Cream Lipstick and Matte Finish Eyeshadow are such things of beauty. I was lucky enough to try out MAKE Silk Cream Lipstick in Taffy and Matte Finish Eyeshadow in Alabaster.


They develop products to spark your own irresistible desire to create. Professionally
formulated but user friendly, every product is designed for personal experimentation –
wear wet or dry, alone or layered, subtle or super-pigmented. The collections for lips,
eyes, cheeks and skin offer rich formulations and rare palettes for an unconstrained
range of colors, finishes and textures. Whether the look is a perfect no-makeup makeup
or modern minimal alongside a more pigmented finish is entirely up to you.

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and creative outside of the beauty industry to inspire MAKE color palettes and create
limited-edition concept collections.

MAKE is made in their hometown, NYC. It is paraben-free and never tested on animals.
A percentage of sales is donated to our non-profit partner, We See Beauty Foundation,
supporting women-led, worker-owned cooperative businesses across the Americas.

MAKE Silk Cream Lipstick in Taffy:

MAKE Silk Cream Lipstick in “Taffy” is pink, but it’s not a straightforward, cool pink. There’s just enough mauve mixed with the tiniest bit of brown to make it lean more neutral. It’s the kind of pink that can be worn with certain shades of brown eye shadow for a sophisticated daytime look.

MAKE Silk Cream Lipstick in “Taffy” has a creamy, semi-matte texture, which I found wearable and flattering. It wasn’t at all the dry, velvet-textured matte that makes your lips look drier and thinner. The finish of MAKE’s Silk Cream Lipstick in “Taffy” was just right.

Matte Finish Eyeshadow in Alabaster:

MAKE Matte Finish Eyeshadow in Alabaster is a nice matte pink shade, and is perfect for everyday wear. Alabaster stayed put nicely on the eyes throughout the day with an eyelid primer, of course. The eyeshadow felt more powdery than buttery, but it’s lasting power surpassed my expectations.

I also love this shade as a highlight or all over lid color because it’s not too pale for an all over color and it’s not too pink for a highlight. This went on my eyes very smooth. The color is very light, so for me it’s ideal to use as a base, but it can also be used alone for a more natural look. It felt creamy to the touch which I thought was wonderful. It blends flawlessly with other colors and other textures as I used this in combination with a shimmer shadow for my brow highlight. It wore pretty well, was still visible until I took my makeup off and I normally wear my makeup for 10+ hours. Definitely will be my go to matte brow highlight.


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(Sponsored post, but all opinions and words are my own)


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