Rare Beauty Puffy Makeup Bag

As the new year comes rolling in, Selena Gomez has already got her sights set ahead. And we can’t blame her – with Rare Beauty’s Spring collection recently hitting shelves, we also can’t wait to try it out for ourselves. Here’s what you can expect from her line’s latest launch.

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I have hooded, oily eyelids, so I first applied eye-shadow primer and a layer of eye shadow to prepare for the liner. In terms of tools, I love how the brush applies the foundation — it only takes a minute or so to create a smooth, even base. The sponge is also nice, but not necessarily worth the price, in my opinion. With approximately two layers, I could achieve a shining base across my forehead and cheeks.

Sephora, a French multinational retailer of personal care and beauty products, carries nearly 3,000 brands along with its own private label, Sephora Collection. Sephora offersbeauty products including cosmetics, skincare, body, fragrance, nail color, beauty tools, body lotions and haircare in a wide range of pricing. The Rare Beauty mogul recently sat down with Elle to give us a sneak peek inside her makeup bag. More specifically, our soon-to-be-favorite beauty products – à la Rare Beauty, of course.

I use this one tube constantly and the formula is just as wet as the day I opened it. The effect itself is very rich and wet-looking too, like when babies have a fan of lush, glossy black lashes. It makes it look like you were just #blessed with them naturally. Kerry Washington shares her step-by-step guide to her foolproof eyeliner and a bold red lip in a recent Vogue video. Throughout the tutorial, Washington shares her face makeup tutorial. “This is how you make it all come together,” she says during her final touches.

Washington uses Rare Beauty’s Positive Light Liquid Lumizier Highlight in the shade transcend. From the set to center stage, celebrities rely on highlighter as a staple in their daily makeup routines just like the rest of us. But when it comes to complexions over 40, not just any formula will do. Read on to discover eight formulas celebrities trust to enhance their already-radiant complexions. The Rare Beauty ranges offers complexion, lip and eye makeup products.

It deposits the most natural brush strokes that mimic the look of individual hairs and blend beautifully for fuller-looking brows. Actress and supermodel Maye Musk shared her all-time favorite beauty products in a recent video for Vogue. Among the products she said suits her beautiful 73-year-old skin was this fan-favorite from Dior, which she says she adds to the top of her cheekbones for a little shimmer.

The stamping and pressing motion is much more forgiving compared to a sweeping or buffing motion with a brush. The formula does still bunch up a little bit on my chin and on the sides of my nose. Liquid Touch Weightless Foundation ($29 for 30ml, comes in 48 shades). Weightless and breathable, with all-day medium to full coverage that melts into skin to look and feel like you.

I’m a fan of Rare Beauty, and am impressed with what Selena Gomez has created. It indicates a way to close an interaction, or dismiss a notification. Menu icon A vertical stack of three evenly spaced horizontal lines.

The fact that it’s slim, sleek, and black makes it so unassuming. The fact that it’s a double-sided mirror and panoramic rectangle shape makes makeup application that much easier on the fly, too, versus a traditional circle compact which cuts off half your face . First time I tried it, I didn’t use any primer, just my skincare and sunscreen and then I used my Hourglass Vanish Seamless Finish Foundation brush to apply all over my face. The foundation seemed to sit on my pores and created dry patches all over my face! It even sank in on the sides of my nose right when I applied it!

Every time I take it out of my bag I feel so utilitarian because it’s as un-cool/glamorous of a product as it gets, but it’s simply the only thing that works for my lips. My sweet brother got this mirror for me as a Christmas gift a few years ago along with a Sephora gift card since he knows products are my kryptonite. I whip it out countless times throughout the day for practical purposes – to see if there’s something in my teeth after I eat, check if my eyeliner is smeared, or apply/reapply lipstick.