The more I use Glossier, the more I love it.
You know the feeling, right?
It’s like in the early stages of a good relationship, when every day you think you couldn’t possibly love the other person more and then the next day you wake up and somehow your feelings have grown even deeper.
Yeah, this is where we’re at, Glossier and I.
It all started when I tried the Phase 2 Set last year and, as you can see below, those three products left me wanting more and more…
My current Glossier collection features: Milky Jelly Cleanser, Wowder in Light/Medium, Stretch Concealer in Medium, Haloscope in Moonstone, Generation G in Zip, Crush and Jam, Boy Brow in Brown and Black, Cloud Paint in Dusk
Glossier Generation G in Crush and Zip ($18)
Lip swatch of the Glossier Generation G sheer matte lipstick in Crush
Lip swatch of the Glossier Generation G sheer matte lipstick in Zip
I love every single Glossier thing I’ve tried so far, but Generation G is probably my favorite, as it’s the most unique and innovative lip product I’ve ever encountered.
…a sheer matte lipstick!
It’s perfect for an everyday look if you want to have some color on the lips but don’t want anything too over-the-top. AND, you don’t have to worry about it bleeding or getting on your teeth.
Did I mention that I love it?
Glossier Haloscope in Moonstone ($22)
Glossier Haloscope in Moonstone
All highlighters should have the same effect as Haloscope in Moonstone – that is, a gorgeously natural wet-looking glow.
Not a single sparkle in sight, I promise. (I’ll never understand why people want to have shimmery stripes on their cheekbones. Sorray.)
This little stick has succeeded where all others have failed: it’s made me fall for highlighter.
Glossier Wowder in Light/Medium ($22)
Glossier Wowder in Light/Medium
What makes Wowder really special is that it works equally well on my oily face and dry under-eye area. It’s incredible! With powder it’s usually either one or the other.
Plus, it’s very finely-milled and practically undetectable on the skin.
Glossier Cloud Paint in Dusk ($18)
Glossier Cloud Paint in Dusk
Cloud Paint is a gel-cream blush that is very easy to blend and natural-looking. Dusk, a beautiful neutral shade, works very well as a blush-bronzer hybrid. I love using it at the weekend with no foundation.
Glossier Milky Jelly Cleanser ($18)
Glossier Milky Jelly Cleanser
Milky Jelly Cleanser is the only thing I’ve tried from Glossier skincare range. It’s an effective, yet very gentle, cleanser with a good price tag. I normally use it in the morning or as a second cleanse in the evening and my oily skin feels perfectly clean but not in the least stripped.
That’s it for now, but I still want more – greedy woman that I am.
A lot more.