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Glossier Lidstar

Glossier launched cream eyeshadows and I am obsessed. After having a personal Glossier flop (read this post here all about it), I was ready for Glossier to launch something that swept me off my feet again. And they did it with their Lidstar launch (aka their eyeshadows).

A while back ago I took a quiz that told you “who you were” personality wise in their Lidstar shades and I got Fawn. Fawn is a gorgeous cool smokey taupe with a purple hue and neutral gold pearl shimmer. I love the formula of the Lidstar’s because it stays all day. And I have oilier eyelids where eyeshadow creases super easily and doesn’t stay all day, but Lidstar, it truly stays looking beautiful all day.

Cub is a gorgeous rose gold shimmer color and this one is my favorite! I have always loved warmer toned eyeshadows (when I do wear them) and especially a rose gold, champagne or bronze color is what I reach for the most and is my absolute favorite. I’ve been using Cub every single day all over my lid.

Moon is a sheer gold with blue shimmer that is super intriguing and beautiful. I use this on my inner corner or in the very middle of my lid to add a little extra pop.

I love mixing the shades together. Moon + Cub creates a slightly lighter rose gold shade with a hint of blue shimmer (very eye catching) and Moon + Fawn makes a beautiful warmer taupe purple.

I picked these two (Cub + Moon) up, since Fawn was sent to me, using the Glossier Lidstar Duo which I highly recommend! It’s $30 for two and you save $6. I am a Glossier rep, and when you shop Glossier through my rep page you can get 20% off and free shipping!

The next shade I want to pick up: Herb, a beautiful smokey green with yellow gold pearl shimmer.

xx, Chandler

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