One unique thing about this brand is the tools on the ends. Each product has a tool or different product to help you achieve the look you want. These pieces are also sold separately, so if you need to replace them you can. The Moisture and Blend Tinted Face Stick comes with a sponge tool on the end.
These are the Color and Contour Blush Sticks. The most disappointing part I think is that they only come in two shades. I don’t know about you, but I would get bored really quickly with only two blush shades.
These are the Color and Smudge Shadow Crayons. These are great! The blend super easily, as long as you do it quickly. Other than that, they are pretty much staying put.
On the end of these is a super tiny sponge tip. You cannot be very aggressive when using these, or it will sort of “eat” all the color. But if you use it to lightly smudge, it works great.
Swatches left to right: Venetian Gold, Aspen Pine, Kona Coffee, Marimoto Pink Pearl
Now we have the Correct and Cover Concealwr Crayons. These are nice for spot concealing, but I wouldn’t use them in the under eye area.
Now for the best part: the Matte Color and Shiny Balm Lip Crayon. Whew! What a mouthful!
So, while the actual product itself is a matte finish, each color comes with a matching balm on the end, instead of a tool. I like the idea that you can have each shade in either it’s matte or shiny counterpart.
Swatches left to right: Nantucket Nude, Nanmos Pink, Barcelona Bright Berry, Chile Red, Belize Bordeaux, Florence Fig
And that’s all for today! Let me know if you’ve tried any Trestique. I’ll see you tomorrow an unboxing post! 💋
This is not a sponsored post. As always, all opinions are my own.