I love scoping out the 'Just Arrived' section while browsing the Sephora website to see what new beauties that I haven't heard about are launching in store. One such launch is this new-to-me brand called Pretty Vulgar. Pretty Vulgar is a vintage-inspired, cruelty-free makeup brand and the products have caught my attention.
I think that the products caught my attention because the packaging is something we don't regularly see. Just look at how pretty the floral-printed lipstick and lipgloss tubes are; the bird cage eyeshadow palettes are definitely unique; that mascara tube is nothing like anything I have seen before.
I definitely have my eye on these Pretty Vulgar products and hope to buy a few when making my next big Sephora purchase:
There are three eyeshadow palettes in the lineup, but the Early Bird palette caught my eye. With 12 shadows in natural shades, this palette has finishes that run the gamut from matte to shimmer. $35
I can't resist a new lippie and this liquid lipstick packaging is gorgeous. There are eight shades in the lineup, and of course, I would try Secret Sabotage, the nude color. They are described as long lasting with a metallic finish. $24
This pink champagne highlighter reminds me of Benefit's Dandelion, but more reflective with shimmer. I really want to try this one. $32
Even though I wear eyelash extensions, I do wear mascara on my bottom lashes. Honestly, I think I would need this mascara just for the tube, though; just look at it. It comes in a deep black shade and it is said to add volume and curl and I like that it has a curved brush. $24
The last thing that I need is another makeup setting spray, to be honest, but I want this product for the packaging. I wonder if it is made by Skindinavia, like most makeup setting sprays, and I wonder how the spray holds up with the ball pump. So, pretty though, right? $30
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