Monday, June 10, 2013
When it comes to make-up I'm jaded, I admit it. I've spent a good portion of my life in the chair, and on the opposite side painting faces. I'm lucky, been exposed to high-end, medium and affordable brands. FLOWER, affordable quality beauty with a conscience got me. I was curious. Clean, functional makeup made available. Works for me. Throw in the forever bubbly, sunny Drew Barrymore as an owner, instant deal-breaker. "All products are proudly Made in the USA and are never tested on animals." Double deal-breaker. Diane Sawyer and David Muir could use FLOWER on ABC, "Made in America Series." Beauty and a do good Celebrity, makes a great story.
Let's talk about the rich floral palette of products.
Powder Trip Powder Foundation. The packaging is so darn pretty, and functional. Powder brushes on smooth, seamless. Feels light and airy on the skin, ideal for lightto medium coverage. Powder Trip contains Vitamins C and E, nourishing skin and slowing down the aging process. Powder Trip is Fragrance-free, Paraben-free & Talc-free.
Shadow Play Eyeshadow Quad in Foxy Browns
Browns can be worn smoldering sexy, or subtle. Foxy Browns mashes it up. Eyeshadow Quad doesn't skimp on pigment, keeps eye look options wide open. Shimmery taupe, shimmery bronze, dark brown matte and shimmery pale pink dress the eyes, down or up.
Be sure to check out Petites Fleurs
Pocket size glamour.
Three bullets of creamy eye color for hip girls on the go.
The high-gloss Lip Tint glides on smooth and stays.
The sheer balm comes in five juicy shades, Bare Blush, Sheer Blossom, Dewy Rose, Lacy Laurel and Airy Orchid.
From pale taupe to pastel pink to red, there's a shade for everyone. I'm digging Airy Orchid, a ruby color that matches the lip adds shine and mystery. Sheer Up has no taste, gotta love that! Applies with one precision swipe in a jumbo crayon. Can't find a big sharpener? This beauty comes with it's own built in retractable twist up. Neat product and efficient packaging.
Available at Walmart, FLOWER is affordable chic beauty.
"How do we do it? We do not pay for advertising. Where other beauty brands spend a vast percentage of the cost of their products on ads, we do not. Drew, as an owner of the brand, takes pride in promoting Flower, which in turn allows us to put all of our resources into the formulas and packaging, and not into advertising.