On Wednesdays We Window Shop (June 3, 2020)

Tarte Shape Tape Shaping Eyeshadow Palette, Dermablend Cover Care Full Coverage Concealer, Charlotte TIlbury Airbrush Bronzer Tan, Milani Baked Highlighter 130 Rose Italiana, Juvia's Place Wahala Palette

If you follow the beauty industry closely, then you know that new releases are happening all the time. So let’s discuss what new products are on my radar this week.

Tarte Shape Tape Shaping Eyeshadow Palette
Photo courtesy of ulta.com

Tarte Shape Tape Shaping Eyeshadow Palette, $22.00: Playing off the popularity of their bestselling concealer, Tarte has designed this palette to help you “shade, shape, & lift.”  It is a nice color story, very on-brand for Tarte.  I’ve had good experiences with the functionality of Tarte’s eyeshadow formulas in the past.  The metallic single shades they released years ago now, did irritate my eyes but they were very nice quality.  Their Pro to go palette is also quite nice but it does contain fragrance and that always makes me nervous about possible irritation due to my sensitive skin.  I expect this palette will have the same quality I’ve come to expect from Tarte, so it is definitely worth looking into if you like neutral shades.

Dermablend cover care full coverage concealer
Photo courtesy of ulta.com

Dermablend Cover Care Full Coverage Concealer, $28.00: From what I understand Dermablend is an industry leader when it comes to covering tattoos and more intense discoloration.  Dermablend says this concealer is full coverage, gives a soft matte finish, and promises to be transfer-resistant.  For me, anything claiming to be transfer-resistant immediately gets my attention.  I’ve also kept an eye on what Dermablend has been releasing for quite some time.  Dermablend Cover Creme was my first experience with makeup bought at a makeup counter when I was a senior in high school.  I don’t actually remember if I had a need for that much coverage at that age.  I suspect it may have had more to do with limited shade ranges that were more common at the time.

 

Photo courtesy of sephora.com

Charlotte Tilbury Airbrush Bronzer in Tan, $55.00:  If you follow the beauty community on Youtube, then you have definitely seen this product in your feed in the past couple of weeks.  I am typically drawn in by the Charlott Tilbury brand, she seems to make great products that are highly reviewed and the packaging is always beautiful.  This bronzer comes in 4 shades and despite the jumps between shades, it seems to have a buildable formula that is working across a lot of skin tones.  This bronzer is oversized at 16 grams and the compact is refillable.  The refills are supposed to be priced at $39.00.  So whenever you manage to finish the product, you would just buy a refill pan.  I haven’t seen any information on exactly what date the refills will be released, but with 16 grams of product, they have a while to figure that part out.

Baked Highlighter
Photo courtesy of milanicosmetics.com

Milani Baked Highlighter in 103 Rose Italiana, $10.99:  I’m pretty sure this highlighter is newer to the market, but definitely not brand new.  It caught my eye while watching a Youtube video and I tend to enjoy baked highlighter formulas.  They tend to look like they will have too much sparkle when you look at them in the pan. But once applied on the skin, I always find that they blend in better and don’t accentuate as much of my texture as more traditional powder highlights.

 

Load image into Gallery viewer, THE WAHALA PALETTE
Photo courtesy of juviasplace.com

Juvia’s Place The Wahala Palette, $36.00:  I think Juvia’s Place makes some of the best affordable eyeshadows on the market.  They also get adventurous with their color schemes as you can see from this limited edition release.  At first glance, I was really confused about this color scheme and I was thinking it wasn’t very cohesive.  I’m still not sure I would call it completely cohesive, but if you look at the colors column by column, each column is a coordinating group of colors.  When broken down like that, I really like the color combinations they have put together.  This is a limited edition palette and Juvia’s Place has said on Instagram that it will be back in limited supply in July.  So if you are interested, keep a lookout.

What new beauty releases are worth checking out?  Let me know in the comments.

If you enjoyed this post, please consider sticking around and checking out more of my content.

  • Window Shopping Wednesday: My thoughts on what’s new in beauty (or sometimes just new to me).
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  • Shop My Stash:  Join me as I share swatches of my products and occasionally search for alternatives to new releases.

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