The Estee Edit – Eye Shadow Palette, Pore Vanishing Stick, Powder, and Lipstick!

The Estee Edit

I have another installment of Estee Edit products to show you! Another package landed in my PO box featuring the Kendall Jenner Edit Eyeshadow Palette, Flash Photo Powder, Pore Vanishing Stick, and my new lip love, the BARest Lip Color!


The Estee Edit (#beautyattitudes) is a new beauty line from Estee Lauder – the whole essence of the brand focuses on being fun, trendy, and fresh! It will be released exclusively at Sephora in March. I used quite a few Estee Edit products for this look!

Primer: The Estee Edit Pore Vanishing Stick
Highlighter: The Estee Edit Beam and Glow
Powder: The Estee Edit Flash Photo Transulent Powder
Eyeshadow: The Estee Edit The Edit Eyeshadow Palette
Lips: The Estee Edit BARest Lip Color in 05 In The Buff


The Estee Edit – Pore Vanishing Stick

I was really intrigued by this product – every pore reducing primer I have ever used has come in a tube. The Pore Vanishing Stick formula is solid, and features a clear solid primer with a beige center, which means that it works with every skin tone! The stick formula allows concise control, to dot the stick all over the areas where you want your pores to ~vanish~. It is targeted towards those with oily-combination skin, however it applied well on my dry skin.
It feels silky to the touch when applied, and does dramatically reduce the size of my pores! I applied it before makeup.
Pore Vanishing Stick blurs the look of pores, creates an even skintone, and minimizes shine and oil—sans mess or fuss. The dual-action, convenient stick contains a tinted inner core to help assure the formula is universal for all skintones, and is surrounded by an outer ring that shuts down shine with oil-absorbing powders. Use it alone for a naturally flawless look, or apply it either under or over your makeup for a velvety smooth finish. 




The Estee Edit – Flash Photo Powder

Yeeesssss – my powder prayers have been answered! I’ve been using the Bombshell Cosmetics transulent powder, and as much as I love it, it’s just super messy to carry around! It spills everywhere and the stopper broke so powder flies everywhere. The Estee Edit Flash Photo Powder is super finely milled – almost like a pressed version of a fine transulent setting powder!

The powder itself is tinted a light blue – an oil-absorbing, translucent, blue-hued powder that brightens your skin. The packaging has a nice, solid shape. but must be applied with a separate brush as there is no brush or sponge compartment. The blue hue has a similar idea to the Flash Lip Gloss (read my review here), in order to make your makeup look photo ready!

Always be ready for the camera with Flash Photo Powder. This translucent, blue powder brightens your skin so you’re always ready for a flash. Brightening blue pigments leave your complexion camera-ready with illumination for the look of flawless skin.





The Estee Edit – The BARest Lip Color – 05 In The Buff

I’m just going to say this up front – I love this lipstick. I’m quite a lipstick junkie and I have many similar neutral pink and nude shades, but this has definitely jumped to the top of my list. The shade, In The Buff, is the perfect warm brown-pink shade. It looks very very similar, quite possibly a dupe, of Charlotte Tilbury’s Stoned Rose KISSING Lipstick (but $13 cheaper and a slight more warm pink!)

It looks a bit intimidating in the bullet, especially if you’re like me and don’t wear dark colours. However, it applies quite a bit more sheer. Colour is buildable and the formula is so creamy and lovely. The BARest Lip Color is a nude lip formula that’s a lipstick and lip balm hybrid.

It’s a glossy browned rose shade – ultra moisturizing and not sticky at all. Color stays on for hours and fades evenly. It’s a safe bet if you want to jump on that 90s brown lip trend without going too brown. 

The Barest Lip Color cushions your lips with a luxurious feel and nude color. Muru muru butter helps hydrate and real flower petal waxes from rose, jasmine, and lavender create a silky texture.




The Estee Edit – The Edit Eyeshadow Palette ft. Kendall Jenner

The Edit eye shadow palette is The Estee Edit’s collaborative palette with curator and spokesmodel, Kendall Jenner. Super hip colours with a mix of mattes and glitters, this palette features a selection of hues that the Kardasian star loves to wear (including her favourite colour – purple!). Each one of the pans is split in half, with two complimenting shades.

According to the Sephora website, the two shimmers (gold and silver) on the left side sparkle and glow under black light! That’s pretty cool, especially for a night out at a club, bar, or glow in the dark mini-gold / bowling! Hehehe.

Use these fourteen shades to shape, highlight, and transform your eyes with satin, pearl, and sparkle finishes. Plus, The Edit EyeShadow Palette has two shade transformers with Black Light Technology for a glistening glow-in-the-dark effect. Use the transformer shades on top of any shadow for extra shimmer during the day and a look that turns up the intensity under black light. All shadows in the eye shadow palette are brush and fingertip friendly. 

I created a look using the second shadow from the left on the top row – the bronzey and copper shades. I patted some of the gold shimmer on top for a pretty wash of colour!



I’m loving the Estee Edit!

It’s so fresh and cool, and the collection is to dieeee for. I definitely need to get my hands on some more of the BARest Lip Colors – the formula is just so nice and creamy and the colour payoff is fantastic, especially for the nude/brown trend that’s blowing up at the moment!

You can read my review for Beam Team, White Mud Mask, & Flash Lip Gloss here.

I’ve also reviewed the Metalishadow and Kohl stick here!

Are there any items you’d like to try out? What are your thoughts about the collection so far?



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*This post contains press samples, but as always it’s 100% my honest opinion

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