Flower Beauty Reviews- I’ve Been Missing Out!

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For the longest time, Flower Beauty was a brand I felt very meh about it. The few things I tried just didn’t do it for me. However, when I saw swatches of the Jungle Lights Eyeshadow Palette, I thought it was STUNNING. I decided to buy it and a few other things but let’s talk about the palette first.

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The Jungle Lights Palette is $18.00 and you get six metallic shades. The packaging is cheap plastic with no mirror. For $18.00, I would like to see sturdier packaging, especially since these shadows are so fragile. I do NOT recommend ordering from Ulta because odds are this palette will arrive broken; I speak from experience🥴

As for the shadows themselves, they are gorgeous. They feel very similar to a Colourpop Super Shock Shadow and since they are a more creamy texture, they apply better with a finger than a brush. They also create a ton of fallout if applied with a brush. The shade names and descriptions from top to bottom, left to right are:

  • Amazon- metallic gold
  • Anaconda- metallic forest green
  • Tiger Lily- metallic coppery red
  • Paradise- metallic champagne
  • Jaguar- metallic blackened purple with pink shimmer; this shadow will blend out gray
  • Wild- metallic icy mauve

Eyeshadow Looks:

I created three looks using this palette. I almost always use an eyeshadow primer and set it with powder. I did use matte eyeshadows as eyeliners in a couple of the looks since there are no mattes in the palette. I really don’t have much to say about each individual look because I like them all so I’ll just jump into the step by step process.

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  1. I applied Wild all over the lid.
  2. I used a highlighter in my inner corner and a matte black shadow on my water line.

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  1. I applied Amazon on my lid.
  2. I applied Paradise in my inner corner.
  3. I applied a matte brown shadow in my water line.
  4. I smudged Anaconda on my lower lash line.

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  1. I applied Jaguar all over my lid and blended it into my crease. I also smudged it on my lower lash line.
  2. I applied Wild over most of my lid and in my inner corner.
  3. I applied Paradise in my inner corner on top of Wild.
  4. I applied Tiger Lily on my water line.

Brushes Used:

If you are curious about any of the other products on my face, you can find these looks in my recent posts on Instagram.

I can truly say I have never used a blush as much as I’ve used the Flower Pots Blush in Berry-More. This rosy berry beauty is $10.00 and worth every penny. The formula is fantastic. It’s so easy to blend and build up. It also adds a gorgeous glow to the skin without being glittery. I would consider this blush to be “fool proof” and I can not recommend it enough.

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I don’t love these two products quite as much as the first two, but neither is bad. The Bitten Lip Stain is $10.00 and I have it in the shade Tempt, a bright berry red. The formula is fantastic. It’s comfortable, long wearing and leaves behind a pretty pink stain. My only issue with this lippie is the color. It’s a bit brighter than what I prefer but I am able to make it more wearable (for me) by blotting it. I could also see it being beautiful during the Christmas season.

The Scribble Stick is $10.00 and I have it in the shade Mauvelous, a brown toned mauve. This is a multi-tasking product that can be used on the eyes, lips and cheeks. I bought it to use as a lipstick and that’s the only way I’ve currently tried it. I don’t love it as a lipstick, though. It’s easy to apply but it’s a dry matte and uncomfortable. It also doesn’t last long on the lips and if a lip product is dry, I expect it to be long lasting. Out of all these products, I recommend this one the least.

Final Thoughts:

I am so glad I decided to give Flower Beauty another chance. Most of these products could be sold at high end prices because they’re that good. What should I try from the brand next? Thanks for reading and have a great day!

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