For the longest time (years ago) I avoided blush because the very few times I did wear it, it was way over applied. Aaaaand – clown cheeks aren’t exactly in. Ironically, blushes are now one of my absolute favorite makeup products. I think they truly add the finishing touch and a youthfulness factor that no other makeup category can do.
The Dome Beauty Cheek Envy Blushes eco-friendly, clean formula includes ingredients like olive fruit oil to soften & soothe, grapeseed oil for its anti-inflammatory properties, apple juice, lime juice and kiwi fruit juice for essential vitamins c, e & k. I love a buildable formula that blends out effortlessly and leaves behind a subtle rosy hint and that’s exactly what you’ll get from these blushes. I have the two lightest shades offered of the six total and find them to be so easy to apply and last hours on my cheeks.
I also tested out their Black Magic Mascara. I am not picky when it comes to mascara, I’ve tried and loved expensive mascaras from brands such as Dior & Lancôme and have loved mascaras from CVS like Maybelline & Covergirl. This one falls somewhere in the middle price wise, but promises volume + length in a clean formula. Key ingredients include olive fruit oil to condition, grapeseed oil to repair, and beet root extract to provide vitamin b9 & C. This is great if you have sensitive eyes as it doesn’t contain any harsh chemicals and it lives up to its promises.
Disclaimer ::: As always, my reviews are not paid and are based on my own opinion, personal use and results.
The always stunning Garcelle Beauvais touts this glam look from @jjulesbeauty featuring dome BEAUTY's Chromaforte Black Eyeliner in shade Ninja.
Dome Hydralust Lipgloss
Considering the moisturizing oils and naturally antimicrobial ingredients that go into it, Dome Hydralust Lipgloss is arguably a treatment as much as it's a makeup product. The rich shades lock in hydration with each shiny wash of color. And as if you weren't already inspired to get every single one, each of the five extremely wearable shades are named for women, past and present, known for breaking boundaries.