The Estée Edit is Estée Lauder’s new cosmetic line geared towards millennials. Whenever I think of Estée Lauder I typically think of make up and skincare for women over 40, but now they have come out with a trendy new line for the younger generation. They are available at Sephora. I was lucky enough to receive a few of the Estée Edit products complimentary in my Influenster Voxbox to review, and all opinions are my own. So let’s get to it, shall we?
A three-in-one serum for instant, visible glow with long-term brightening and hydration. I think this is an amazing product! It’s very light and moisturizing on your skin and it absorbs quickly. It makes my face feel soft and smooth while giving it a beautiful healthy looking glow without an oily feeling.
I have been using it in the morning before putting on my makeup and it makes it look a lot much better than usual. It’s also perfect to wear by itself on non makeup days. The serum itself has a slight tint and shimmer to it. A little bit goes a long way, all you need is a quarter of a pump on the back on your hand and it is enough for your whole face.
Late Night Eraser
A refreshing eye balm formulated with pink peony, cucumber, apple, hyaluronic acid, and micro-powdered pearls to refresh and instantly brighten around the eyes. How can you not love all those ingredients? This is my favorite product I received from the Estee Edit collection! I have been dealing with dark circles and bags under my eyes for a long time and I am happy to have found a product that works.
The metal applicator tip cools and refreshes your skin and the eye balm hydrates and brightens your under eye area beautifully. It glides on your skin like a dream. I have been using this for a little over a week and I am already seeing a difference. Once this runs out I will be back for more!
Inside Track Eye Kajal
A super-creamy, kajal eye pencil in dual-ended, perfectly paired shade combinations to give you smudgy, sexy, slept-in eyes. I am impressed with the quality of this liner! I like that it’s designed to be used on the waterline (rim of eye). It glides on so easy leaving a super creamy and deeply pigmented line and it’s is long wearing. It goes on nice and soft without tugging or getting caught on your lashes. It’s definitely the softest and easiest pencil eye liner I have used so far. The only thing I would like to change is for it to be a twist up pencil.
The dual tip is the best idea because it gives you two different shades to amp up your look. I received the Twisted Teal / Tarnished Gold color and both are stunning. I would also like to try the Extreme Black / Gunmetal colors. The formula is so creamy and gives you a lot of possibilities for wear.
Metallishadow Crème + Powder
A stacked pack with two shadows: a high-impact, matte cream eye shadow and a loose metallic powder to be worn alone or layered for a strong metal eye. I think these two compliment each other very well. The powder can be paired over top of the cream shadow, or alone.
I swatched the two colors and wow are they gorgeous! These shadows are incredibly pigmented. This isn’t something I would personally wear on a daily basis, but I am totally going to use this for nights out and special occasions. I think it is fun and bold. It would also be great to use to create a nice smokey eye look.
So that’s all for my review of the Estée Edit products I was sent. I’m thankful I was able to try these out! I am looking forward to keep using these products, and I am extremely impressed with the quality and rich pigmentation of them. I also love that they do not contain any parabens. Have you tried any of the Estée Edit products yet? Which ones are your favorite?