I’ve been using the Glossier Stretch Concealer for a couple of months now and it really is one of those products that gets better with each use. This super creamy concealer isn’t cakey and adds a pop of radiance to an otherwise tired and sallow complexion. It enhances cheeks, brightens under the eyes and with a bit of layering, helps to make blemishes not nearly as noticeable. I use the shade ‘Light’ which suits my naturally paler complexion and acts as a beaming highlighter when I have a bit more of a tan.
My eyebrows are pretty au-natural atm, which is quite shocking given that for many, many years I was teased for having bushy brows, and then as these things always go, I was teased when I shaved them all off and started again! Girls, you just can’t win with year 9 lads. Fast forward 10 years and every morning, I simply comb through my brows with the iconic, Glossier Boy Brow – this product always works better for me after it’s been used a few times and the formula has had time to dry out a little. I use the shade ‘brown’ which is murky and ashy enough to give a groomed, glossy brow without looking OTT.
It really is all in the wand. I’ve loved this particular mascara since I ‘borrowed’ it from my mum’s makeup bag years ago. For people who want extra long, statement lashes without the spidery plumpness, the L’Oreal Telescopic Mascara is insanely good. I have the carbon black variant and it really is an intensely pigmented product so it does take a bit of work with a warm flannel to budget the formulation. If you’re looking for that extra level of precision and length when it comes to your lashes, definitely give this a go. I also recommend this mascara for people like myself who prefer thin, plastic applicator wands instead of those insanely bristly numbers. For extra dramatic lashes, use both kinds of wand applicator.