So Fancy: 5 Luxury Beauty Products That I Secretly Really Want To Try Out
Being in college means getting used to seeing your bank account at zero more often than you'd ever admit to your loved ones. It would be a miracle just to be able to buy the cheapest thing at Sephora, let alone anything with the label ‘luxury’ on it.
Yet I can’t help but live vicariously through Tati Westbrook’s WTF series on her YouTube channel and dream about owning some of these shockingly price-tagged items. A girl can dream, right?
Here are just a few luxury products on my secret wishlist:
This foundation is infused with caviar extracts that claims to provide lifting and firming benefits. Not only is it a product that offers great skin care benefits, it also offers a natural-looking, dewy, full coverage look that is said to last all day.
This comes with a matching concealer to help camouflage under-eye darkness and to help support skin elasticity as well. This product seems as though it would make skin look naturally flawless all day while also delivering great benefits that will help skin look just as great when the product is removed.
This item is not just any blush, it is also a beautiful piece to have on your vanity. It is a gorgeous container filled with rose petals that are infused with blush. Not to mention that the blush is said to be incredibly pigmented and long-lasting. What more could you even ask for?
Sunday Riley's Luna Sleeping Night Oil ($105)
If you have been involved in the beauty community for any amount of time, I’m sure you have heard of this product. These retinol and blue tansy drops are said to help reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles while also correcting damage caused by sun, age and pollution.
It is also apparently filled with calming and anti-inflammatory properties which will restore dry skin and help reduce redness as well.
Basically, this overnight oil does it all and I am crossing my fingers that I am lucky enough to try it sooner than later.
Surratt Beauty's Artistique Face Brush ($230)
Made with natural hairs that are hand-tied with the Japanese philosophy of monozukuri in mind, this brush is somehow more expensive than some of my college textbooks. This brush is said to be incredibly soft and can be used for many different purposes including applying bronzer, blush, highlight and setting powder, as well as blending.
The cheapest item on my list, but you still can’t help but be blown away by the hefty price tag when you focus on the fact that this is technically just a little eye quad.
However, it is said to be insanely pigmented, smooth and that it lasts all day sans creasing. And the different colors of all the quads are just stunning to boot.
Psst! More dazzlingly deluxe beauty buys will be discussed soon. Until then, stay lovely!