For our final installment of this month’s sneak peek bonanza we reveal—wait for it—all of the colorful makeup products making their way into the July 2014 boxes. Read on to get the lowdown on the liners, lipsticks, and shadows we’re sampling.
Treat your lips and cheeks to a pick-me-up with this bubblegum-hued cousin to the wildly popular Benetint stain. The dual-purpose balm is infused with mango butter so it hydrates while lighting up your lips.
Make every day rosy with this new palette full of 20 blush-toned shadows—from barely-there pastel pink to rich violet, dusty rose to pink champagne. Here’s how to create three gorgeous looks with the dreamy shades.
There’s no use hiding it—we’re fully addicted to the NYC-based designer’s new beauty line—especially these luxe, silky liners. To use, scoot the soft, waxy pencil along your lash line; 30 seconds later, you’re set for the day.
The perfect alternative for anyone who’s ever thought that traditional lip stains were too transparent, Rowley’s combine the opacity of lipstick with the staying power of a stain. Oh, and they come in three totally on-trend tints.
Almost every staffer at Birchbox HQ has had her own love affair with this glowy tinted moisturizer. Combining light coverage, subtle shimmer, and a protective SPF, it’s our go-to for everyday wear.
And if your face already has more than enough shine, reach for the mattifying alternative to Jouer’s hit moisture tint. The oil-free formula skin a soft, velvety finish.
Want to wear a bold color, but not ready for a fully saturated hue? This sheer, moisturizing lip crayon comes in six bright hues to play with—and has a minty fresh scent to boot.
Sometimes basic black won’t cut it, which is why we’ve taken to experimenting with Sumita’s rainbow liners. Raina, a deep navy shade, goes on silky-smooth with a dose of hydrating glycerin to shield against irritation.
We’re officially living in the era of the statement brow, and what better way to acquire bold arches than with this water-resistant shaping pencil? Even better: its universal color complements all skin and hair tones.