My Review of the Lawless The One Eyeshadow Palette

 

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WATCH THE FULL REVIEW:

Get the full StyleShaker Scorecard review, see how the Lawless ‘The One’ Eyeshadow Palette applies (before & after), see swatches, and hear my final verdict!

PROS:

  • 18 shades to play with

  • Color pay off is definitely above average

  • Easy application. I’d recommend using an eyelid primer!

  • Cruelty-free & a solid list of ingredients

CONS:

  • If you're not looking for warmer hues, this is not for you

  • $64 may be a dealbreaker

  • Not at peak sustainability levels in packaging like Aether Beauty

  • Pigment is very solid, well above average, but it didn't wow me like Aether or Fitglow to be honest (links below)

  • Again, you will want to use a primer here so it’s an extra purchase potentially

 
 

OTHER PRODUCTS I RECOMMEND:

My one-and-done alternative would be either:

Aether Beauty Crystal Grid Gemstone Palette

 
 
 

“IFFY” INGREDIENTS & EWG RATINGS:

*I pull these directly from the site’s where I shop online so please note, ingredients will change.

 
 
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CURIOUS ABOUT WHO IS REVIEWING ALL OF THESE PRODUCTS? Check out my skin profile here.

FULL TRANSPARENCY, ALWAYS: Every product is honestly rated using TheStyleShaker SCORECARD system to keep things as objective as possible. To learn more about my “Rule of 3” CLICK HERE. This post may contain affiliate/referral links, but all views are my own. No one is paying me to say ANY of this. Read the complete TheStyleShaker.com disclosure here for additional information. Product information and EWG ratings may change along with the brands and the formulas they use. Click through the applicable links to get the most up to date information.

Review of the RMS Beauty "Un" Cover Up Cream Foundation

 
RMS Beauty "Un" Cover Up Cream Foundation in 22.5

RMS Beauty "Un" Cover Up Cream Foundation in 22.5- $52.00:

Here’s the quick SCORECARD breakdown. Each question is rated on a scale of 1 to 5, 5being the best:

1. How do the ingredients look? What’s inside?- Looks great to me! If you have issues with coconut oil though, you may want to try something else. Ingredients list below!

2. How's coverage?- 3: This cream is thick and dense. Drier skin types (I'm combo and this worked for me) may need some moisture underneath. From there, you can blend with a brush or sponge to get a more natural look and this allows for sheering out. It did mean I needed a setting powder too. Oilier skin types may LOVE this and need a lot let futzing around with application.

3. Does it last?- 4: It did hold up all day (I did a few full-day wear tests), even when running around in hotter temps. Setting with powder for my skin was imperative.

4. Is it non-irritating?- 5: I saw no breakouts at all!

5. Does it blend and build well?- 3: Without moisturizer, it sits on top of my pores creating a 'polka-dot' effect that doesn't go away. With moisturizer, is streaks a bit at first, but buffs out to give a natural finish.

6. Is the shade range inclusive? 4- 16 shades is great!

7. Is this a consciously-created product? 4- Cruelty-free and contains lots of organic ingredients = a great start. The main container is also glass, although the lid is still plastic. It's getting there…

FINAL SCORE:

23/30

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PROS:

  • I think this launch is a great addition to the RMS line. You're going to get more coverage than some of their other products offered.

  • I happen to think this would be amazing for oilier skin types!

  • Plus, the ingredients are on point.

CONS:

  • I felt for combo and drier skin types, there was a bit more 'fussing' around when it comes to application than I'd like, especially for this price.

  • My one-and-done alternative (adding a setting powder would take these lighter-coverage options closer to full coverage) would be either:

    Inika BB Cream

    W3ll People Bio Tint

IFFY INGREDIENTS + EWG RATING:

These were the not-so-great ingredients that didn’t pass the Rule of 3. Click below to find out all the details:

  • Titanium Dioxide- 1 to 3, *product may contain this. I’m not overly concerned here, but I do know for some, this is a deal breaker.

 

A LITTLE “LIGHT READING” FOR YA? CHECK OUT THE FULL INGREDIENTS LIST + EWG RATINGS + AMOUNT OF EVIDENCE/DATA AVAILABLE:

I pull these directly from the site. You’d be shocked at how many product pages have misspellings so if you see one, you’ll know why! I didn’t catch it. Neither did the retailer. Funsies!

  • simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil- 1

  • ricinus communis (castor) seed oil- 2

  • limnanthes alba (meadowfoam) seed oil- 1

  • cera alba (beeswax)- 1

  • oleic/linoleic/linolenic polyglycerides- 1

  • cocos nucifera (coconut) oil- 1

  • lauroyl lysine- 1

  • silica- 1 to 2

  • propanediol- 1

  • penty- lene glycol- 1

  • tocopherol- 1

  • mauritia flexuosa (buriti) fruit oil- 1

  • golden simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil- 1

  • hypericum perforatum (st. john’s wort)- 1

  • equisetum arvense (horsetail)- 1

  • calendula officinalis (marigold)- 1

  • hemidesmus indicus (country sarsaparilla)- 1

  • curcuma longa (turmeric)- 1

  • withania somnifara (ashwagandha)- 1

  • glycyrrhiza glabia (licorice)- 1

  • olea europaea (olive leaf)- 1

  • titanium dioxide- 1 to 3

  • ci 77891- 1 to 3

  • ci 77491- 2

  • ci 77492- 2

  • ci 77499- 2

CURIOUS ABOUT WHO IS REVIEWING ALL OF THESE PRODUCTS? Good question. Moi. Check out my skin profile here.

 
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FULL TRANSPARENCY, ALWAYS…

Every product is honestly rated using TheStyleShaker SCORECARD system to keep things as objective as possible. To learn more about my “Rule of 3” CLICK HERE. This post may contain affiliate/referral links, but all views are my own. No one is paying me to say any of this. Read the complete TheStyleShaker.com disclosure here. Product information and EWG ratings may change along with the brands and the formulas they use. Click through the applicable links to get the most up to date information :)

Review of the Herbivore Bakuchiol Retinol Alternative Smoothing Serum

 
Herbivore Bakuchiol Retinol Alternative Smoothing Serum

Herbivore Bakuchiol Retinol Alternative Smoothing Serum $54.00:

Here’s the quick SCORECARD breakdown. Each question is rated on a scale of 1 to 5, 5being the best:

1. How do the ingredients look? What’s inside?- Very solid. No red flags for me.

2. How's the application? Let's talk texture.- 5: This lightweight, almost jelly-like serum glides on and soaks in without leaving any greasiness or tackiness behind. I hardly know it's there after about a minute!

3. How is the scent?- 5: What scent? I smell almost nothing, which I love.

4. Is it non-irritating?- 5: I haven't had any issues with breakouts and I've been using this for about a month now.

5. Performance: does it do what it promises to do?- 4: See more below!

6. Is this a consciously-created product? 5- Yes! Cruelty-free, vegan, and the packaging is recyclable. Amazing!

7. Would I buy it again? 5- See the pros, cons and final verdict detailed below!

FINAL SCORE:

29/30

You can get 20% off (at the time of this post) when you sign up directly on Herbivore’s site. But if you’re into Sephora points and flash shipping, you can shop HERE.

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PROS:

  • The price is actually pretty great considering what other skincare products can cost. There are still more budget-friendly options that I will try, but for now, I think this price, compared to what else is on the market, is super fair.

  • I mean, it actually works!

CONS:

  • I suppose price could also go here because budgets can be a very personal thing.

  • I honestly can't think of another con.

DID THE PRODUCT FULFILL ON IT’S PROMISES?

  • Smoothes fine lines and wrinkles: tested primarily on my forehead, and while staying hydrated shows the most benefits, this stuff actually smoothed those lines better than anything else I've tried since my toxic skincare days!

  • Hydration: I think the level of hydration, this is also coming from someone who doesn't put an oil on after like they recommend, is what's really helping fill in those fine lines. Similar to what hyaluronic acid has done for me in the past, but without that.

  • Resurfacing: possibly, but I didn't see much of this. I was still using other products to exfoliate a bit more.

  • Overall: yes, I RARELY say this about skincare, but this product followed through on almost all of it’s promises.

FINAL VERDICT:

  • Would I buy this again? Yes, yes, and YES!

POTENTIALLY ‘IFFY’ INGREDIENTS + EWG RATING:

These were the not-so-great ingredients that didn’t pass the Rule of 3. Click below to find out all the details. Keep in mind, the percentage of these ingredients in the products MATTERS! I rarely take ‘scary’ scores on EWG at face value these days, and always ask the brand about to clarify if I’m concerned. Works like a charm! See their response.

  • NONE to report :)

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A LITTLE “LIGHT READING” FOR YA? CHECK OUT THE FULL INGREDIENTS LIST + EWG RATINGS:

I pull these directly from the brand’s or reputable retailers’ website. You’d be shocked at how many product pages have misspellings so if you see one, you’ll know why! I didn’t catch it. Neither did the retailer. What’s missing: percentage of ingredient used & the amount of evidence/data backing up each number rating from EWG.org. You can search the EWG SkinDeep database to find the data available behind each rating. You can find out the percentage of the ingredient used by asking the brand. Here we go!

  • Aqua 0

  • Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Water 1 to 3

  • Glycerin 2

  • Bakuchiol 1

  • Amethyst Extract 1

  • Leuconostoc/ Radish Root Ferment Filtrate 1

  • Glycerin 1 to 2

  • Vaccinium Angustifolium (Blueberry) Fruit Extract 1

  • Populus tremuloides Bark Extract 1

  • Glucono Delta Lactone n/a

  • Sodium Phytate 1

  • Tremella Fuciformis (Silver Ear Mushroom) Extract 1

  • Jasminum Sambac (Jasmine) Flower Extract 1

  • Eclipta Prostrata Extract 1

  • Melia Azadirachta Leaf Extract 1

  • Moringa Oleifera Seed Oil 1

  • Melia Azadirachta Leaf Extract 1

  • Melia Azadirachta Flower Extract 1

  • Amino Esters-1 (ex Mimosa Tenuiflora) 1

  • Coccinia Indica Fruit Extract 1

  • Solanum Melongena (Eggplant) Fruit Extract 1

  • Aloe Barbadensis Flower Extract 1 to 3

  • Ocimum Sanctum Leaf Extract 1

  • Ocimum Basilicum (Basil) Flower/Leaf Extract 1

  • Curcuma Longa (Turmeric) Root Extract 1

  • Corallina Officinalis Extract 1

  • Melia Azadirachta Flower Extract 1

  • Coccinia Indica Fruit Extract 1

  • Vaccinium Myrtillus Fruit/ Leaf Extract 1

CURIOUS ABOUT WHO IS REVIEWING ALL OF THESE PRODUCTS? Good question. Moi. Check out my skin profile here.

 
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FULL TRANSPARENCY, ALWAYS…

Every product is honestly rated using TheStyleShaker SCORECARD system to keep things as objective as possible. To learn more about my “Rule of 3” CLICK HERE. This post may contain affiliate/referral links, but all views are my own. No one is paying me to say any of this. Read the complete TheStyleShaker.com disclosure here. Product information and EWG ratings may change along with the brands and the formulas they use. Click through the applicable links to get the most up to date information :)

Review of the Pacifica Cherry Matte Multi-Mineral Primer | Clean and Green Beauty Guide

 
Review of the Pacifica Cherry Matte Multi-Mineral Primer

Pacifica Cherry Matte Multi-Mineral Primer- $8.99:

Here’s the quick SCORECARD breakdown. Each question is rated on a scale of 1 to 5, 5being the best:

1. How do the ingredients look? What’s inside?- Not so hot due to one word: “parfum.” See details below.

2. Does it minimize pores and disappear to create a smooth, hydrated surface?- 2: I didn’t see anything except a bit of luminosity which I found odd for a mattifying primer.

3. Does it last all day?- 3: The luminosity stuck around, yes. But as far as a matte effect, it was pretty non-existent.

4. Is it non-irritating?- 2: After removing my makeup at night, my skin felt very warm and turned pink. This happened twice before I made the correlation between this primer and the irritation.

5. Does it blend well with other products?- 3: It was just OK here. I did see a little streaking when applying products on top.

6. Is this a consciously-created product? 3- Vegan and cruelty-free, yes. Sustainably packaged, no.

7. Did the product do what it promised to do?- 2: No, it really fell short on a few key claims.

FINAL SCORE:

15/30

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PROS:

  • Vegan & cruelty-free

  • Budget-friendly

CONS:

  • I saw no results on the claims that this product is mattifying, controls oil, gives a blurred focus finish, or is smoothing

  • Parfum :(

FINAL VERDICT:

  • Would I buy this again? No, thank you. I’d rather use the 100% Pure Luminous Primer any day. It also comes in a matte version! So if you’re looking for that, which, you probably are if you’re searching for this product, check it out!

POTENTIALLY ‘IFFY’ INGREDIENTS + EWG RATING:

These were the not-so-great ingredients that didn’t pass the Rule of 3. Click below to find out all the details. Keep in mind, the percentage of these ingredients in the products MATTERS! I rarely take ‘scary’ scores on EWG at face value these days, and always ask the brand about to clarify if I’m concerned. Works like a charm! See their response.

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FROM THE BRAND:

I asked what the ingredient listed as ‘parfum’ consists of-

“We list parfum on our ingredient decks because we follow the global standards for ingredient listings called INCI. Parfum, natural or synthetic, is the legal listing for a blend of fragrance chemicals, natural or otherwise. We use a blend of essential oils, absolutes, fragrant extracts and naturally derived fragrance and flavor materials. All of our fragrances and flavors are phthalate-free and do not contain any ingredients that do not meet our internal ingredient standards or our internal banned list which is about 1500 ingredients. Our fragrances are 100% vegan and are not tested on animals. In addition, all of our fragrances adhere to the following lists and do not contain ingredients banned on these lists: Cradle to Cradle Banned List, FRA Regulations, The EU Endocrine list, California Prop 65 list, Chemicals of high concern to children and the EPA toxic chemical list, The Candidate List of Substances of Very High Concern (EU), PETA.”

THE BOTTOM LINE FROM BRITT: I didn’t get a clear answer on what their blend of “essential oils, absolutes, fragrant extracts and naturally derived fragrance and flavor materials” contains. Not transparent enough for me.

A LITTLE “LIGHT READING” FOR YA? CHECK OUT THE FULL INGREDIENTS LIST + EWG RATINGS:

I pull these directly from the brand’s or reputable retailers’ website. You’d be shocked at how many product pages have misspellings so if you see one, you’ll know why! I didn’t catch it. Neither did the retailer. What’s missing: percentage of ingredient used & the amount of evidence/data backing up each number rating from EWG.org. You can search the EWG SkinDeep database to find the data available behind each rating. You can find out the percentage of the ingredient used by asking the brand. Here we go!

  • aqua- 0

  • aloe barbadensis leaf juice- 1 to 3

  • sucrose stearate- 1

  • isosorbide dicaprylate- 1

  • glycerin- 2

  • bentonite- 2

  • niacinamide- 1

  • panthenol- 1

  • sodium hyaluronate- 1

  • isopropyl palmitate- 1

  • tocopherol (vitamin E)- 1

  • camellia sinensis leaf extract- 1

  • calendula officinalis flower extract- 1

  • cucumis sativus (cucumber) fruit extract- 1

  • rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary leaf extract)- 1

  • xanthan gum- 1

  • mica- 1

  • titanium dioxide- 1 to 3

  • barium sulfate- 2

  • silica- 1 to 2

  • silica silylate- 1

  • parfum (natural)- 8

  • sodium gluconate- 1

  • sodium benzoate- 3

  • prunus serotina (wild cherry) fruit extract- 1

  • potassium sorbate- 3

CURIOUS ABOUT WHO IS REVIEWING ALL OF THESE PRODUCTS? Good question. Moi. Check out my skin profile here.

 
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FULL TRANSPARENCY, ALWAYS…

Every product is honestly rated using TheStyleShaker SCORECARD system to keep things as objective as possible. To learn more about my “Rule of 3” CLICK HERE. This post may contain affiliate/referral links, but all views are my own. No one is paying me to say any of this. Read the complete TheStyleShaker.com disclosure here. Product information and EWG ratings may change along with the brands and the formulas they use. Click through the applicable links to get the most up to date information :)

Review of the Honest Beauty Liquid Lipsticks | Clean and Green Beauty Guide

 
Review of the Honest Beauty Liquid Lipsticks

Honest Beauty Liquid Lipsticks- $12.99:

Here’s the quick SCORECARD breakdown. Each question is rated on a scale of 1 to 5, 5being the best:

1. How do the ingredients look? What’s inside?- Really great! See below on a few ‘may contain’ ingredients that are iffy. But overall, a solid ingredients list.

2. How's color payoff?- 5: Incredible. Super-saturated color!

3. Does color last?- 5: Absolutely. It did an amazing job on my full-day wear tests!

4. Is it non-drying?- 4: I wouldn't say it was super drying. I did feel a little dryness after a few hours so I'd reapply to moisturize.

5. How’s texture?- 4: The texture is very smooth, almost whipped at first. It's moisturizing, a bit tacky, but not sticky. Applying a balm underneath worked like a charm when needed a smoother feel.

6. Did the product perform the way the brand claimed it would? 4- I’d say yes, almost 100%. I did find it a little less hydrating than it was ‘supposed’ to be, so it just missed receiving a perfect score.

7. Is this a consciously-created product? 3- Cruelty-free & vegan for the win! The packaging however, isn't up to par yet.

FINAL SCORE:

26/30

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PROS:

  • The color payoff is amazing!

  • It really does last

  • Vegan and cruelty-free

  • Great shade range

CONS:

  • There are so few, but, I did need to reapply to rehydrate, so it wasn’t as moisturizing as I thought it would be

  • More plastic in the world :(

POTENTIALLY ‘IFFY’ INGREDIENTS + EWG RATING:

These were the not-so-great ingredients that didn’t pass the Rule of 3. Click below to find out all the details. Keep in mind, the percentage of these ingredients in the products MATTERS! I rarely take ‘scary’ scores on EWG at face value these days, and always ask the brand about to clarify if I’m concerned. Works like a charm! See their response.

 

A LITTLE “LIGHT READING” FOR YA? CHECK OUT THE FULL INGREDIENTS LIST + EWG RATINGS:

I pull these directly from the brand’s or reputable retailers’ website. You’d be shocked at how many product pages have misspellings so if you see one, you’ll know why! I didn’t catch it. Neither did the retailer. What’s missing: percentage of ingredient used & the amount of evidence/data backing up each number rating from EWG.org. You can search the EWG SkinDeep database to find the data available behind each rating. You can find out the percentage of the ingredient used by asking the brand. Here we go!

  • Coconut Alkanes- 1

  • Kaolin- 1

  • Bis-Diglyceryl Polyacyladipate-2- 1

  • Synthetic Beeswax- 1

  • Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil- 2

  • Methyl Dihydroabietate- 1

  • Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil- 1

  • Silica- 1

  • Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride- 1

  • Coco-Caprylate/Caprate- 1

  • Stearalkonium Hectorite- 1

  • Propylene Carbonate- 1

  • Sodium Hyaluronate- 1

  • Hydrogenated Castor Oil- 1

  • Tocopherol- 1

  • Aqua- 0

  • Hydroxyacetophenone- 1

  • CI 77491- 2 *may contain

  • CI 77492- 2 *may contain

  • CI 77499- 2 *may contain

  • CI 15850- 1 to 4 *may contain

  • CI 15850- 1 to 4 *may contain

  • CI 42090- 2 *may contain

  • CI 15985- 1 *may contain

  • CI 77742- 1 *may contain

  • Titanium Dioxide- 1 to 3 *may contain

CURIOUS ABOUT WHO IS REVIEWING ALL OF THESE PRODUCTS? Good question. Moi. Check out my skin profile here.

 
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FULL TRANSPARENCY, ALWAYS…

Every product is honestly rated using TheStyleShaker SCORECARD system to keep things as objective as possible. To learn more about my “Rule of 3” CLICK HERE. This post may contain affiliate/referral links, but all views are my own. No one is paying me to say any of this. Read the complete TheStyleShaker.com disclosure here. Product information and EWG ratings may change along with the brands and the formulas they use. Click through the applicable links to get the most up to date information :)

Review of the Mineral Fusion Mattifying Primer | Clean and Green Beauty Guide

 
Review of the Mineral Fusion Mattifying Primer

Mineral Fusion Mattifying Primer- $28.99:

Here’s the quick SCORECARD breakdown. Each question is rated on a scale of 1 to 5, 5being the best:

1. How do the ingredients look? What’s inside?- Not so great. See below…

2. How’s coverage?- 2: It didn't fill in lines or even out tone for me. It was super smooth and somewhat lightweight. It felt like a silicone film on top of my skin at first.

3. Does it last all day?- 3: It lasted, yes, but I didn't see enough of an impact in terms of controlling oil or giving me a matte look.

4. Is it non-irritating?- 1: Oh no! After wiping this off at night, my skin became so red and inflamed, warm and not normal. So I tried this one more time and realized after removing the primer from the equation, I no longer had that reaction. Such a bummer!

5. Does it blend well with other products?- 4: It didn't streak or pill when wearing with a foundation.

6. Is this a consciously-created product? 3- It's vegan and cruelty-free which is a start. The packing is not full recyclable. Details below.

7. Did the product do what it promised to do?- 2: It didn't follow through for me unfortunately.

FINAL SCORE:

16/30

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PROS:

  • There were just too many cons to outweigh any small pro here, even price

  • I'd spend $10 more for 100% pure any day of the week

CONS:

  • Ingredients didn’t cut it on the ‘clean’ front for me

  • Performance was lacking

  • Irritating formula for my skin

FINAL VERDICT:

  • Would I buy this again? No, thank you. I’d rather use the 100% Pure Luminous Primer any day. It also comes in a matte version! So if you’re looking for that, which, you probably are if you’re searching for this product, check it out!

POTENTIALLY ‘IFFY’ INGREDIENTS + EWG RATING:

These were the not-so-great ingredients that didn’t pass the Rule of 3. Click below to find out all the details. Keep in mind, the percentage of these ingredients in the products MATTERS! I rarely take ‘scary’ scores on EWG at face value these days, and always ask the brand about to clarify if I’m concerned. Works like a charm! See their response.

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FROM THE BRAND:

I asked about whether packaging was sustainable and about their mica sourcing-

"-uses a foil that is not recyclable, however the inner component is recyclable. We’re currently launching new packaging for our skincare line that addresses this issue.”

MICA- “Our supplier sources Mica exclusively from the USA (Georgia), and is an active member in the Responsible Mica Initiative (RMI), a group driven to eradicate child labor and support traceable, environmentally friendly processes."

THE BOTTOM LINE FROM BRITT: I do hope they reconsider packaging and formula.

A LITTLE “LIGHT READING” FOR YA? CHECK OUT THE FULL INGREDIENTS LIST + EWG RATINGS:

I pull these directly from the brand’s or reputable retailers’ website. You’d be shocked at how many product pages have misspellings so if you see one, you’ll know why! I didn’t catch it. Neither did the retailer. What’s missing: percentage of ingredient used & the amount of evidence/data backing up each number rating from EWG.org. You can search the EWG SkinDeep database to find the data available behind each rating. You can find out the percentage of the ingredient used by asking the brand. Here we go!

  • Aqua- 0

  • Dimethicone- 3

  • Emulsifying Wax- 4

  • Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Juice*- 1 to 3

  • Stearic Acid- 1

  • Olive Squalane- 1

  • Lecithin- 2 to 3

  • Octyl Palmitate- 1

  • Silica- 1 to 2

  • Tocopheryl Acetate- 3

  • L-Ascorbic Acid- 1

  • Olea Europaea (Olive) Leaf Extract- 1

  • Sodium Hydroxide- 3 to 4

  • Allantoin- 1

  • Palmitoyl Tripeptide 5- 1

  • Vegetable Glycerin- 1

  • Ginkgo Biloba Extract- 1

  • Rosa Canina (Rosehip) Fruit Oil- 1

  • Rosmarinus Offi­cinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract- 1

  • Kaolin- 1

  • Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract- 1

  • Camellia Sinensis (White Tea) Leaf Extract- 1

  • Phenoxyethanol- 4

  • Fragrance- 8

CURIOUS ABOUT WHO IS REVIEWING ALL OF THESE PRODUCTS? Good question. Moi. Check out my skin profile here.

 
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FULL TRANSPARENCY, ALWAYS…

Every product is honestly rated using TheStyleShaker SCORECARD system to keep things as objective as possible. To learn more about my “Rule of 3” CLICK HERE. This post may contain affiliate/referral links, but all views are my own. No one is paying me to say any of this. Read the complete TheStyleShaker.com disclosure here. Product information and EWG ratings may change along with the brands and the formulas they use. Click through the applicable links to get the most up to date information :)

Review of the Fitglow Beauty Nights Makeup Palette | Clean and Green Beauty Guide

 
Review of the Fitglow Beauty Nights Makeup Palette

Fitglow Beauty Nights Makeup Palette- $69.00:

Here’s the quick SCORECARD breakdown. Each question is rated on a scale of 1 to 5, 5being the best:

1. How do the ingredients look? What’s inside?- Great! See below for any call outs.

2. How is pigment and color payoff?- 5: Wow. The color payoff is amazing, truly.

3. How is application?- 5: This shadow applies like a dream. Very little fallout and blends in well.

4. Is it non-irritating?- 5: No issues here!

5. Does it crease?- 4: I experienced limited to no creasing with this shadow, even without primer. I am so impressed!

6. Does the color last all day? 5- Yes. The full-day wear tests were SO successful!

7. Is this a consciously-created product?- 4: Vegan, cruelty-free, silicone-free, recyclable (EXCEPT for the mirror unfortunately).

FINAL SCORE:

28/30

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PROS:

  • This is a high-quality product! I was SO impressed with the pigment and staying power

  • I rarely say a product is, without hesitation, worth the full price. This is one of those times

  • You can use these shades for day or night, and not just on the eyes! This is a true multi-tasking palette

CONS:

  • Depending on budgets, maybe price, but that said, you can use this so many ways

  • Fitglow Beauty is always one part beauty, one part skincare. This product contains ‘skin transforming ingredients’ with ‘collagen boosting plant extracts’ that will supposedly ‘firm, smooth, and protect skin from aging.’ I didn’t see the impact there, but I still adore this palette for the other reasons mentioned above

FINAL VERDICT:

  • Would I buy this again? 100% yes. No question.

POTENTIALLY ‘IFFY’ INGREDIENTS + EWG RATING:

These were the not-so-great ingredients that didn’t pass the Rule of 3. Click below to find out all the details. Keep in mind, the percentage of these ingredients in the products MATTERS! I rarely take ‘scary’ scores on EWG at face value these days, and always ask the brand about to clarify if I’m concerned. Works like a charm! See their response.

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A LITTLE “LIGHT READING” FOR YA? CHECK OUT THE FULL INGREDIENTS LIST + EWG RATINGS:

I pull these directly from the brand’s or reputable retailers’ website. You’d be shocked at how many product pages have misspellings so if you see one, you’ll know why! I didn’t catch it. Neither did the retailer. What’s missing: percentage of ingredient used & the amount of evidence/data backing up each number rating from EWG.org. You can search the EWG SkinDeep database to find the data available behind each rating. You can find out the percentage of the ingredient used by asking the brand. Here we go!

  • Mica- 1, fair

  • Calcium Carbonate- 1, limited

  • Caprylic Triglyceride- 1, limited

  • Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil- 1, limited

  • Rubus (Cloudberry) Chamaemorus Seed Oil- 1, none

  • Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil- 1, fair

  • Camellia Sinensis- 1, fair

  • CI 77492- 2, fair

  • CI 77499- 2, fair

  • Ultramarines- 1 to 4, limited

  • Manganese Violet- 2, limited

  • Titanium Dioxide- 1 to 3, good

  • Lupinus Albus Seed Extract- 1, limited

  • CI 77491- 2, fair

CURIOUS ABOUT WHO IS REVIEWING ALL OF THESE PRODUCTS? Good question. Moi. Check out my skin profile here.

 
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FULL TRANSPARENCY, ALWAYS…

Every product is honestly rated using TheStyleShaker SCORECARD system to keep things as objective as possible. To learn more about my “Rule of 3” CLICK HERE. This post may contain affiliate/referral links, but all views are my own. No one is paying me to say any of this. Read the complete TheStyleShaker.com disclosure here. Product information and EWG ratings may change along with the brands and the formulas they use. Click through the applicable links to get the most up to date information :)