More and more stars are encouraged to launch their own makeup collection. First it was Kylie Jenner, who transformed and took over the market. Then it was time for Rihanna and even Millie Bobby Brown, who had a hit with her release last year. Now, Selena Gomez was encouraged and presented Rare Beauty. While Fenty Beauty accuses her of “plagiarism” in this note I show you something from the collection.
It’s a trend in makeup: finish with glow, liquid and light foundations, cream illuminators… everything is on the way to what it was before: ONLY MATTE. And you will be thinking: “We already know, Pame… you have dry skin so you love this”. OK, they are right.
I like what I can see of this brand through photos or videos, although without trying it it is always impossible to give a verdict. However, what I do approve in advance is that it is a collection very faithful to Selena Gomez, who always appeals to naturalness in her makeup, even for red carpets or events.
One of the products that I am most interested in trying are the Lip Souffle Matte Lip Cream since they promise a creamy and moisturizing finish for the lips and the shades are beautiful.
As for the products for the face, I find them more than interesting Soft Pinch Liquid Blushliquid blushes available in eight shades.
When it comes to face products, the offer is wide and I suspect that this was one of the reasons for the concern of Fenty Beauty. The brand has foundations in a good variety of shades, concealers, primers, liquid highlighters, moisturizing spray, and a beautiful kit called the “Glow and boost kit”.
Just as makeup follows trends, packaging also follows the same line. Florence and Kylie Skin, for example, have practically the same packaging, except for the color. Fenty Beauty’s argument when it comes to accusing plagiarism seems a bit hasty to me and I feel that it only affects the brand itself for pitting two successful and entrepreneurial women against each other.
What do you think of Rare Beauty? Do you want to try it?