A Review: KAB Cosmetics Brielle’s Must Have Bundle.

It’s quarantine day 17 for me, and I know many of us are going to be here for awhile, so I’m starting to wonder how long I’m going to count the days. Last week was rough for me, mentally, even though I took some time away from work.

I’m back at it this week and have found that making sure I shower and put fresh clothes on helps me feel better. Some days, I’ve even put on a little bit of makeup and that’s why I’m sharing my thoughts on Brielle’s Must Have Bundle by KAB Cosmetics.

If you’re not familiar, KAB Cosmetics is the creation of Kim, Ariana and Brielle Biermann — originally known for being on “Real Housewives of Atlanta” and “Don’t Be Tardy.”

I was excited to purchase from KAB Cosmetics, because it is a woman-founded and owned business, it supports a family, and they are cruelty-free! After the holidays, I purchased one of their Blush Me Up palettes (in Cotton Candy) and their Cinnamon Lippie set. I was impressed, so when I saw Brielle’s Must Have Bundle (originally created to celebrate her birthday) I knew that would be my next purchase.

Here’s the scoop on the bundle: We bundled together 6 of Brielle’s must have KAB products so you can create her favorite glam looks right at home! This bundle includes 2 liners, 2 bullet lipsticks, and a highlight + blush palette. Achieve Brielle’s most favorite looks with these must-have products!

 What’s inside: Cosmopolitan lip liner, Pina Colada lip liner, Whip lipstick, Latex lipstick, Strawberry Shortcake Blushmeup, and Sugar Rush Glowmeup.

KAB Lip Products

From bottom to top: Whip, Latex, Pina Colada, Cosmopolitan

The two bullet lipsticks are in the shades Latex and Whip, which are part of the KAB Nude lipstick collection. Latex has a brown undertone, while Whip is more pink. Both are buildable so you can choose how rich you want the shade to be. The formula is really smooth and creamy — not drying. I also LOVE the packaging on these: a light peach matte with gold branding. So pretty!

The lipliner shades are Pina Colada and Cosmopolitan and they fit with the lipstick shades. The Pina Colada is more of a brown, with Cosmopolitan being more pink (almost purple) in tone. These are a little less creamy (which is good for a lipliner) but I find they work best if you warm them up by swatching them a bit first. They are classic pencils (not self-sharpening) which means you can get a precise tip. I think Cosmopolitan would look great all over the lip on its own!

KAB Face Palettes

From bottom to top: 319, 317, 325, 219, 217, 225

KAB Cosmetics currently sells their blushes and highlighters in palettes of three shades. I really enjoyed the texture of the blushes in the Cotton Candy Blush Me Up palette, so I was excited to get these.

The Strawberry Shortcake Blush Me Up palette has more bold, red-toned blushes (shades 319, 317 and 325). While some of the colors looked intimidating at first — like maybe they’d be too bold for my skin tone — they are buildable, so you can go as subtle or as bold as you want.

The Sugar Rush Glow Me Up palette is a highlighter set and these are not the usual shades you see. Shade 219 is very pink and almost has a two-toned reflect to it, which looks really different on the skin. Shade 217 is more of a bronze tone, which is perfect for summer or used all year long as an eye shadow. Shade 225 almost has a mauve-silver tone to it, and would also be good as a highlight under the brow.

I am so happy with all of these products and I’m keeping my eye on new products from KAB. They recently released lip oils which look great and I want to try more of their nude lipstick shades!

This beauty review is not sponsored — nor are any of the reviews on this blog. I am a beauty and skincare junkie and enjoy sharing the products I love right here! For more reviews and similar posts, please subscribe to the blog by clicking subscribe on the right side of your screen. Cheers!

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