As many of you may know, earlier this year I had the pleasure of being one of seven models featured in Undone Beauty‘s launch campaign. If you’re unfamiliar, Undone Beauty is a new Amazon-exclusive affordable beauty brand that is cruelty-free and vegan (with one product exception that I explain below). Although I was compensated for the photoshoot, any product review or promotion is purely editorial.

After the line launched, the Undone Beauty team graciously sent over the entire line for me, as well as my mom, and we’ve enjoyed diving into such an innovative and exciting new brand. I’ve received so many questions on social media about my thoughts thus far, so I’ve compiled a comprehensive review of each and every product currently available in this post. All products individually are $18 or less, with the majority of the products available for $8 or less. Undone Beauty is like the affordable cousin of Glossier and Milk Makeup, but for people who live a real life.

The products are arranged in order from my most frequently used to least used and overall, the products are of great quality and an exceptional value. There isn’t a “bad” product in the bunch, just a couple that isn’t what I typically reach for.

If there’s a detail that I left out, please let me know in the comments below!

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As a perennially pale person, the Warm Up Bronzer was extremely intimidating, but I bravely dipped in with the Apply + Blend Brush (review on the next page). With the right brush and a light hand, this palette could easily work for light skin tones, and a more traditional bronzer brush would make it ideal for deeper skin tones. The bronzing stripes have a satin finish, while the highlighting strips are beautiful, smooth, highlighters in pale pink and champagne tones. This is by far the largest product in the range. The compact is reminiscent of the Marc Jacobs O!Mega Bronzer or the Tom Ford Ultimate Bronzer and contains 0.248oz of powder.

How I Use It

Using the Apply + Blend Brush, I’ll position the bottom of the brush over the darkest strip and the top of the brush in the lighter brown strip to simultaneously bronze and contour. To bronze and highlight, I’ll position the bottom of the brush over the lighter brown shade and the top in the highlighter strip. I also use the lightest brown shade in my crease for eyeshadow looks, the dark brown to deepen an eye look, and the highlighters for inner corner highlights.


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