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Earlier this week, I talked a little bit about clean beauty and skincare products. Shortly after I found that chart on Ulta’s website and got a huge reality check about some of the brands I was using, I bought nearly EVERY product from a clean, vegan, cruelty-free makeup line!
As I looked at that same chart, I started looking for brands that hit most of the points. I came across Undone Beauty, a brand founded by women, made to highlight everyone’s natural beauty by using clean, vegan, cruelty-free products. The bonus? These products are at a drugstore price point.
So, when they were having a brand-wide 30% off sale, I bought enough items to do a full face. And, of course, I wanted to review it in case any of you are looking for something similar!
I’ve used every item several times — it was my go-to “look” for six days of jury duty — and I’ve even hit pan on the face powder.
Here’s everything I got and my thoughts on it:
This is Undone’s solution for foundation, but I’ll say it’s obviously not a foundation right off the bat. I’ve never used a skin tint, but if I had to guess, this is very similar. It’s super light coverage, and like ALL of Undone’s products, it provides skin benefits.
This product, as lovely as it seems, is not for me. I’m a full-coverage gal, and this was just not it.
Conceal to Reveal Palette
Undone sells many of these little round palettes with three shades of the same color, including this concealer, blush, etc. The concealer palette goes from light coverage to full, and well, it’s not really a large enough palette to get a brush in there. So, I mixed all the shades together and used them that way.
Honestly, I loved this. It feels light on the skin but provides full coverage and is made up for the Unfoundation. I used it with a brush and a beauty sponge, and it worked great. I did set it with the powder to avoid creasing. I would definitely buy this product again.
I only used this face powder to set the Unfoundation and the Concealer. It’s really light and did a great job setting my face. Is it great? I’m not really sure. I will say, though, that the face powders I really liked aren’t clean. So, I’d buy this again on the fact that it’s clean and it does the job.
Warm Up Bronzer
This is a round four-shade palette. It has one deep bronze, a lighter bronze, and two shimmer shades in gold and rose gold tones. I’ve used this palette in a few different ways. I either mixed the bronze shades together and used it as a contour or mixed the entire palette together and used it as a bronzer.
I also used this palette for eyeliner, eyeshadow, and all-over highlight, which I liked. I love a multi-use product!
The tone of the bronzers is pretty deep, and it’s very pigmented — it’s easy to do too much with this. I didn’t love it, but I appreciate the fact that there’s so much to work with.
This is a beautiful palette in the same design as the Warm Up Bronzer. But this is not a bronzer palette despite the name — it’s most definitely a blush. The top two shades are pink (true pink and rosy mauve), and the bottom two shades are shimmery gold and bronze.
I loved using this as a blush by mixing the top two shades together or dipping my brush in all four shades. I would definitely buy this again!
This is a cream blush stick, and it’s sheer but still provides a lot of color. It feels really light on the skin as the name suggests, and even has a bit of a cooling effect. I really liked this product! I rubbed it on the back of my hand and then dabbed it on with a brush or a sponge, and then topped it with the Sunset Bronzer shades.
I got the shade “Cherry,” which could also be used as a lip stain. I would definitely buy this again — especially in other shades to try, too!
Curator Eye Palette
When I saw this product online, I thought it was so cool! It’s an eye palette that has 10 colors in it, and you can use them wet or dry. One side of the palette has light, neutral hues that are good for all over the lid and blending. The other side has bold colors for a more glam look, or to use as eyeliner.
I got the “Soul” palette, so my bold shades are green, gold, purple, pink, and black. I used the black and purple as an eyeliner multiple times and was so impressed how smooth it went on. All of the shadows are heavily pigmented and smoothly pressed. I love this product!
Curator Eye Quad
I got the “Wine O’Clock” quad, which had four shades from light to dark. This one starts with a very light pink, rose, true pink, and deep purple. With this, you can do a complete eye look using purple as the liner. Loved this one, too!
This is a dual-ended brow product, with a spoolie and tinted gel on one side, and a “paintbrush” type end with liquid tint on the other. I’ve gone back-and-forth with how I feel about this one.
I really love the gel side, and you could easily use that by itself. As for the other side, I just don’t have much experience using this type of product. I am used to using a brow pencil. I have thicker brows, so at times, I felt like the tint was just getting caught on my brow hair and not touching my skin.
I’ve tried SO many mascaras, and frankly, I’m set in my ways on this. But this is a fine mascara if you’re on the hunt. It provides a natural look and doesn’t clump or flake. Didn’t blow me away, though.
As the name suggests, you can use this for anything. I used mine for lip color — I lined and filled my lips, and it’s a beautiful color (I got “Wild Rose”)! It stayed for a long time, too. I would definitely buy this again and want to try other colors.
Big Poppa Gloss
I topped my lips with this gloss, and it’s a good one. It has a very slight tint but is shiny and not sticky. I got the Cherry Blossom shade, and I love it! I’d like to try other shades, too.
And there you have it! In general, I liked all of these products. Individually, there were some I wouldn’t buy again, but the full-face of these products looked really lovely, and I never felt like I was wearing “heavy” makeup. It also was easy to take off at the end of the day, which I appreciate.
I’m looking forward to trying some of Undone’s other products as I continue on this journey!
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