Undone Beauty Review: Vegan, Cruelty-Free Affordable Makeup
If you’re a makeup minimalist on a budget, then keep reading for my Undone Beauty review. I feel like nowadays clean beauty is all the rage but very few brands offer an affordable price point, which makes me really excited about today’s post!
I was first introduced to Undone Beauty last year (I did a sponsored post featuring a limited edition face roller) but this is my first time trying the makeup line. Here’s what I like about Undone Beauty – the products are super affordable, easy to apply and perfect for the makeup minimalist. The products are also vegan and cruelty-free. I’m wearing all the products in the photo above and I wanted to share my thoughts on each one.
Disclosure: The brand gifted me all four items I mention for editorial consideration. As always, all thoughts/opinions are my own. I only like talking about products I actually like and enjoy using!
Conceal to Reveal 3-in-1 Coverage Palette ($14): Most concealers have one finish only (sheer, medium or full coverage). I never really need more than a sheer finish; however, when I have a blemish or unruly redness, it’s nice to know I can opt for more coverage with just one compact. The formula feels really weightless on my skin, like I’m not wearing any makeup at all! I found it easy to apply with both my finger and concealer brush and there was no creasing.
Water Bronzer ($10): This is my favorite product of the bunch—it’s completely different from any other bronzer in my makeup collection. It’s a water-based bronzing stick (and infused with coconut water) that instantly adds color. I applied the stick directly to the areas the sun would naturally hit and then blended with a damp Real Techniques sponge. I’m wearing the shade Baked (a cool shade for those with blue, pink or red undertones). I highly recommend if you’re looking for an easy cream bronzer!
Lip to Cheek Palette ($14): I really like wearing monochromatic cheek and lip looks. Similar to the concealer compact, this also offers three finishes in one. I’m wearing the shade Rosewood. Based on looks alone, I probably wouldn’t have opted for this shade; however, it didn’t look as intense as I was expecting on my fair skin tone. I applied a sheer amount to my cheeks and then blended with my fingers.
Light On Lip ($10): I’m such a sucker for tinted lip balm. This one is a balm-lipstick hybrid that has a lustrous finish. I’m wearing the shade Coral Pop in the photo, something to brighten my mood during these weird times we’re currently living in. It was very moisturizing on my lips and it only took a couple coats to pack on the color.