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Jesse's Girl Cosmetics Review

Happy Tuesday!! This post is going to be a review on the Jesse's Girl Cosmetics that I purchased at IMATS in April. If you watch Julie G. on You Tube, you may recognise some of these beauty items that she uses.  I have been using these products and some of them made it into my August Favorites. This post is going to be picture heavy and a little long just to warn you. So let's get into the reviews.

Jesse's Girl Eye Shadow Primer


I am pretty picky when it comes to primers, especially eye shadow ones. I want my look to stay pigmented all day and not crease at all. I have tried quite a few primers and this one by Jesse's Girl is in my top 3 primers that I love so much lol. I love using this under my Mac Paint Pot and my shadows do not go anywhere. They don't crease at all and stay pigmented all day. Here is a swatch of the primer.



Jesse's Girl Liquid Eyeliner


I love liquid liner that come in a pen form. They are easy for me to use and draw my liner on as straight as I can get it lol. I absolutely love this liquid liner! The pointed applicator makes it easy to draw precise lines and is great for beginners.


Once you apply this liner, it does not go anywhere or fade! It stays black and pigmented until you remove it. Another great thing about this eyeliner is that it is waterproof so you won't see it running down your face if your eyes get watery.

Jesse's Girl Runway Collection Eyeshadows in Los Angeles



I got this cute little palette in my gift bag for being one of the first 100 people to come over the booth. I was happy to use this because of the neutral colors. This is great for wearing everyday and small enough to carry with you everywhere. These shadows are a bit pigmented but you can really build them up.

L to R: Apricot Beige (Pearl Finish), Dusty Rose (Satin Finish) and Rich Chocolate Brown (Matte Finish)


Jesse's Girl Lipstick in & Ginger



This lipstick was also in my little gift bag and also part of Julie G.'s Valentine's Day collection. She has paired nail polishes and lipsticks together named after famous couples. This one is from Fred & Ginger. I was a little afraid of this color at first, I thought it was going to be too bright. I paired it with a liner and loved the color. It is perfect for Spring and Summer. It has a great wear time and didn't feel drying at all. It looks like a matte, maybe satin finish, I'm not too sure lol! I didn't take any pictures of myself wearing it but here is a swatch. It is such a pretty color.



Jesse's Girl Pure Pigment Eye Dust

I don't know what took me so long to try these eye pigments out but they are amazing!! They are so pigmented and just gorgeous color pay off. I love the container that they come in, it makes it impossible to spill any of it. There are three small holes and you would shake it or swipe your brush over them to use the pigment. There is pretty much no fall out when you do use these which is great. I can't wait to get some more when I finish with these first lol.

Cafe Au Lait

This a great everyday pigment. It is a light golden color that is just gorgeous, it my favorite so far.




Flambe


I love the deep pinkish-red color of this pigment. I don't own anything like this and just a beautiful color, perfect for Fall.


Peek-A-Boo


I was expecting this to be a bright pink pigment but it surprised me! This is actually an iridescent pigment with pink, blue and purple tones in it. This is a very unique color.

(L to R: Cafe Au Lait, Peek-A-Boo and Flambe)


So that is it for this review on the Jesse's Girl products. You can find these items at your local Rite Aid or on the Jesse's Girl website. Everything is so affordable and just amazing quality. Have you tried any of these products? What were your thoughts? Comment below and let me know!!

Comments

  1. I don't know much about pigments but the ones you mentioned looks like it would be great for a beginner like my self. That Flambe one looks nice for Fall. Eye looks using them perhaps? Have a good week!

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    1. Hey Rhondine! Yes, I would definitely recommend these pigments! I'm thinking of trying to create a Fall look with the Flambe pigment. Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. The liner and primer interests me the most out of all these products. The lip color is pretty too!

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    1. You should give the eyeliner a try, I love it. I didn't use the lip color too many times but will try to use it more next Spring. Thanks for reading Tanya!

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  3. I love the liquid liner! I have been wanting to try out her other products since I've seen a whole display at a Rite Aid but I wasn't sure where to start hehehe! Thanks for sharing this!

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    1. I love the liquid liner too. I want to try more products now lol! Thanks Jackie!

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