As promised here is the second installment of my Dulce Cosmetics review. The colours on the site are pretty true to life and more accurate than my photos, but I always think it's nice to see what products look like without the harsh lighting of a studio.
First up let's talk cheeks. If you don't like mineralized blushes then look away now as these are all very shimmery. Personally a bit of sparkle never scared me, so I was keen to make them work, and they do if buffed into the skin, or lightly layered on top of a matte(ish) bronzer or blusher. The colour range is great with a good selection of pinks, peaches and even some plummy colours.
The baked lustre blusher in shade 04 would be perfect for adding colour to darker skintones. Though it is far too dark for me, and looks more like a bronzer, I have used it to create depth very sparingly along the cheekbones (in between where you would sweep your bronzer and blusher).
The baked metallic blusher in shade 02 (which is much more peach than orange in real life) makes a nice highlight over a matte peach blush. I would recommend using this with a fan brush as it is very shimmery.
The megashine and volume glosses are smooth, easy to apply and have a pleasant fruity scent. The consistency and colour pay-off is more like a liquid lipstick, while the staying power is that of a gloss.
I have put up a tutorial using some dulce cosmetics on YouTube to show you guys how the products wear and can be used :).
I would love to know what you all think of Dulce cosmetics!! It almost makes me wonder how some brands can charge up to 10 times as much for mineralized products when you can get such pigmented shadows, blushers etc. for extremely affordable prices.
Dear FTC: All products featured were sent to me for review purposes. As always, all opinions are my own :).