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Mistura Beauty Essentials #Makeup Review

As a mother, when we're strapped for time in the morning, what do we do?  We usually skimp on ourselves.  We'll make sure that the kids are dressed properly and those ponytails are just right, which may mean no time to put into our own appearances.  This is why I was so excited to try Mistura's 6-in-1 Beauty Soulution.


Unfortunately, when I first opened the package from Mistura, the illuminating moisturizer had leaked all over the cute little plastic pouch and its contents.  I was afraid that the included baby Kabuki brush would never be the same but I managed to get the moisturizer out from it very carefully.  It was probably the incredible heat that this poor make-up suffered during shipping that caused the moisturizer to explode.

The second thing that I was worried about was the shade of the 6-in-1 Beauty Solution.  Since I have very pale skin, the dark powder was a little intimidating.  I need not have worried!  The powder blends in very nicely in small layers so you can build up for your cheeks, etc.  I really, really love the powder on my face as it feels and looks so incredibly smooth and almost porcelain like.  The Kabuki brush is small in the Essentials Kit which we received for review but it is fabulous;  the most luxurious makeup brush I think I have ever used.  

I have absolutely no need for foundation at all when using the 6-in-1-Beauty Solution.  I'm still working on using the powder as an eyeshadow and lip tint.  The sheer vitamin E lipstick is very nice as well when used as a base with the Beauty Solution.

To learn more and get a 25% coupon code for discount on your purchase, please read my first Mistura post for details.  We also invite you to like Mistura on Facebook and follow on Twitter for notices of upcoming discounts and specials.  Feel free to let them know that Artsy Chaos sent you!

FTC Disclosure: I have a material connection because I received a gift or sample of a product for consideration in preparing to write this content. I was/am not expected to return this item or gift after my review period.

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