Sunday, 22 February 2015

Technic cosmetics | Review

Today I am going to be reviewing some products by a brand called Technic. 
 
The first product I'm going to review is 'High Lights'* £1.99. This product is great to highlight your cheeks, eyes and lips and is easy to use by dabbing onto the area then blending with your fingers to give a subtle shimmer. The packaging is very similar to Benefit 'High Beam' although I haven't used the benefit highlighter to compare the formula. This product is super affordable and great to add some glow to your complexion!

The next product is the 'Lashitude' Mascara* £3.99. First 
impressions of the product are that the packaging looks sleek and appealing. In terms of the actual mascara it added volume to my lashes but like other mascaras that aren't waterproof it didn't hold the curl I had achieved with eyelash curlers and flaked leaving smudges under my eyes. Apart from that it would probably be great for someone looking for volume rather than big, curled lashes. 

The next product is this Eyeshadow Palette called 'Sultry'* £1.49. The palette comes with six different coloured eye shadows and is really affordable for only £1.49. The palette contains earthy colours that have a slight shimmer, great for day and night wear.

The next product is the 'Beauty Boost Foundation'* £3.99. The product is a brightening foundation, I think the foundation is a light coverage but covers blemishes and spots with a small amount of the product. It did leave my skin with a slight shine which is probably best for people with dry or normal skin but can always be powdered down to reduce the shine. 



The next product is the 'Colourmax' lipgloss* £2.99. Although I wouldn't personally choose this colour lipgloss, it gives off great colour and coverage, with a glossy finish. The lipgloss has a fruity scent which is appealing and is easy to apply. 

The next product is the 'Colour Fix' Fine pressed powder* (Price Unknown). This powder comes with a mirror and a sponge which is great for application when on the go. With the powder being fine I've found that it isn't cakey but unfortunately due to me having oily/combination skin it didn't keep my face matt for very long but would be great for someone who doesn't have this problem. 

The last product is the 'Brilliant touch highlighter & blemish concealer'* £2.99. Firstly, this is really easy to use, just 2 or 3 turns of the dial, brush the product onto the area then blend with your fingertips or a brush. I've found that not much of the product is needed to cover blemishes and it didn't crease when used under my eyes. 


Overall I think Technic's products are a good quality and super affordable but only have a limited choice of colours in some of their products. 
Technic products can be bought from lovethymakeup.com 

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6 comments:

  1. All of these products look pretty good. We have quite a few good makeup brands that are the overpriced here in the states. You are like me. I have oily skin too. I have a hard time finding good powders and foundations that keep my face looking matte but not dry and pasty. I've used some powders that make it look like I just powdered my face with flour or baby powder. Absolutely dreadful. What I have been using lately is a BB cream or CC cream with a light dusting of cover girls foundation powder. The highlighter I have been using is one by Burberry. It's really awesome.
    I've been looking for a good concealer. I believe if I use a concealer and then a just a foundation powder I'll be all set. My friend uses everything by bare minerals . They have this new foundation that came out that you apply with this brush it makes your skin looks so silky and smooth. She does not have oily skin though. Her skin is basically normal to kind of dry. I wonder how it would hold up with oily skin.
    Great review. New follower 💟👏
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  2. Ps: I love how you photograph the items on top of magazines.

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  3. I love the technic eyeshadows, they are just so pigmented. I would love to try more things from the brand x
    OhjustAlice.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. The brand has some lovely products and is super affordable!

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