Since 2017, Vice Cosmetics has been holding true to their motto of “Ganda For All”. Their products are cruelty-free, paraben-free, and very affordable. They even have collab collections with Anne Clutz and most notably, BT21.
The Aura collection in particular, caught my attention since I need color on my cheeks for my daily look. This collection is made up of contours, blushes, and highlighters in powder form that is said to be buildable and blendable for that “head-turning aura”.
The BT21 Aura Blush and Glow Duo in Poppy Red (P245) is also part of the BT21 collection. The case features Tata and Van in front with a clear window to see the colors of the duo. Poppy Red has a tomato red blush and a pale champagne glow.
The Aura Glow in Shimmering (P145) is a champagne highlighter. The shade is said to read as “rose gold on any and all skintones”. This color would fill in the gap in my current highlighter arsenal.
The Aura Blush in Byucon (P145) and the Aura Blush in Winner (P145) are 2 different colors that would hopefully complement me well. Byucon is a wine blush that is supposed to be a faded wine color on medium to deep skin kinda like my own. Winner on the other hand, is a pale pink blush but should read as a natural pink on my skin tone.
The affordability of Vice Cosmetics makes it great for building or filling in gaps in a makeup kit. The Duo Finish Foundation (P245) can be a starting point or the Gandoll Eyebrow Kit (P375) can be added to an existing makeup routine. There’s also the Kavogue Everyday Full Face Palette (P395) that can complete different looks.
Drop by the Vice Cosmetics Official Store in Shopee just in time for the 7.7 Mid-Year Sale. There’s discounts and cashbacks to be had, which makes the affordable makeup even more budget-friendly.
What’s your favorite Vice Cosmetics product? Will upload a swatch video over on YouTube soon so do watch out for it.