You may have seen some of these pretty palettes in recent tutorials on my YouTube channel. I have been having so much fun with playing with all the color, I haven’t yet given them the proper review they deserve. This was my first time trying BH Cosmetics and I was definitely not disappointed. The first thing is the colors are both pigmented and buildable depending on the shade, and the price point can’t be beat.
60 Color BH Day & Night Palette: This eye shadow palette covers everything you need for day to day life. The lighter more matte colors, which are organized on one side are perfect for all kinds of day looks, and the darker more shimmery shades on the other side are great for going out at night. The lighter/matte shades are that ones that are the most buildable and the darker/shimmery shades are the most pigmented. I have created countless looks with this palette from simple natural to super smokey eyes, and for $12 you really can’t beat it. If you can only afford one palette, I highly recommend this.
Glamorous Blush Palette: Like the shadow palette I will say, if you are on a budget I recommend getting this 10 color palette. From peach to deep berry, this covers everything you could possibly need for whatever look or skin tone you need to accommodate. The color is pigmented, long lasting and I cannot speak highly enough about it.
10pc. Pop Art Brush Set: I really didn’t know what to expect with this set. So often I have tried inexpensive makeup brushes and been disappointed, but I loved the variety this set offered so I decided to give it a try. Like all of the other products I was pleasantly that these are great for the price point. They distribute color and blend as well as other brushes I have that cost twice as much. The shadow blender with the blue hand is definitely my favorite.
Correcting Eye Primer: This primer does what a primer is supposed to do, it helps the shadow stay put longer and it also makes the color appear more pigmented on the lid. This does both of those things, however I will say it only lasts about 8 hours which works great for me on normal days, just not on long shooting days. They have another primer that is their Studio Pro Primer that may last a bit longer. I am going to probably try that next and I’ll let you guys know what I think.
Overall these products I tried get two thumbs up, great quality at an amazing price! Have you guys tried BH Cosmetics? I’d love to hear what you think! If you create looks with these products tag me on Instagram so I can see!