When it comes to packing makeup for travel, I like to keep it as simple as possible. Woosh Beauty made this incredibly easy with their ultra functional, convenient, and travel-friendly products that helped me stay organized and simplified my makeup routine.
For my holiday trips during the last few weeks, I brought all of my Woosh Beauty products with me, which included the Fold Out Face Palette, Spin-On Lip Glosses, and The MMS Mirror. I’ll take you through each of these products and explain why I love them so much! You’ll definitely want to check this brand out after this review — their line is impeccable and I look forward to seeing their extension with more products in the future!
The Fold Out Face Palette ($45.00) is a portable, all-in-one palette that contains thirteen strategically coordinated eye and face colors, positioned in a step-by-step order that allows for an easily accessible and easy-to-use makeup application. This travel-friendly palette has a full-sized mirror, along with four neutral eyeshadows, two concealer/foundation shades, two contour shades, two blushes, one highlighter, and two finishing powders.
As each palette contains two perfector shades and two blender powders, designed to compliment a range of skin tones and can be customized to achieve the perfect match, you can choose which combination suits you best from the six shades that are offered (#1 Light, #2 Medium Light, #2.5 Medium Tan, #3 Medium, #4 Medium Deep, and #5 Deep) — I got the #2 Medium Light and it was perfect for me.
I love the concept and functionality of this palette — it has all of the basic essentials for a full eye and face look, and minimizes the hassle of having to bring the individual products along, so it’s ideal for travel and fits perfectly in your purse for quick touch-ups. I love the color selections and found the powder and cream formulas to have beautiful quality with great pigmentation and blend-ability across the entire palette. It’s a great palette for a minimalist or someone who wants to pack light on their trips.
E Y E S H A D O W S
The eyeshadow quad features a wearable neutral color scheme that allows for a soft or glam eye look. I enjoy these colors a lot, but yearned for a matte crease color, so I used the dark contour shade, which worked wonderfully.
The four eye colors consist of:
- Base – matte ivory
- Shine – shimmery muted peachy tan
- Define – deep warm-toned brown with copper and lavender sparkles (dry finish)
- Line – rich matte black
P E R F E C T O R S
The two cream perfectors both have a yellow undertone, which I love because they work wonderfully with my warm skin tone, but only the light shade on the left was usable for me as the right shade was too dark. These two shades will vary depending which color option you choose. I picked #2 Medium Light, which was my perfect match. The formula of these creams are very nice and lightweight with a soft consistency that felt smooth, non-greasy, and looked flawless under the eyes! They have wonderful coverage and lasted all day long with minimal to zero creasing.
If I’m doing a full glam, then I’ll apply the light perfector shade over my foundation on areas that need concealing, and if I’m going for a softer look, I’ll just dab the product onto my blemishes and set it with the light blender shade in the palette for a quick finish. The only small issue that I have with these cream colors is the amount of product — I used this for three days straight and already hit pan, so just keep that in mind. I would love to see the brand release this cream perfector as a single product — it’s amazing and I definitely want a full-sized version of it!
C O N T O U R S
There are two matte contour powders with one light shade for highlighting and one dark shade for sculpting. These powders feel silky smooth, are weightless, and have great color payoff. They’re also very pigmented, blend-able, and build-able. The light shade is used to highlight underneath the eyes for a brightening effect and the darker color is used for contouring to add dimension. Initially, I thought the dark brown contour powder was too cool for me and that it could possibly look muddy, but I was pleasantly surprised at how wearable and natural looking it was on my skin.
B L U S H E S & H I G H L I G H T
I’m a huge fan of the two blushes (a matte bright cool-toned pink and a warm peachy salmon with golden shimmers) as they’re colors that I would normally gravitate towards. Both are highly pigmented, velvety, and long wearing, and only require a small amount of product to get a beautiful payoff.
The shimmery champagne pink highlight is infused with ultra fine silver glimmers that provide a gorgeous illumination once applied onto the skin. It can give a soft and natural effect, or be built up for a blinding glow. I’m obsessed with this highlighter — it’s so stunning!
B L E N D E R S
Lastly, there are two blender/finishing powders. I like to use the lightest shade out of the two to set my makeup and it does a great job at minimizing my oiliness and help my makeup last longer. It doesn’t feel heavy nor does it make my face look cakey — it’s very light, smoothing, and enjoyable to wear.
Next, I have three of the Spin-On Lip Glosses ($16.00 each) in Glam Peach (pinky peach with fine golden shimmers), Beige Natural (neutral pinky beige), and Pink Natural (deep rosy pink). These glosses are paraben-free, fragrance-free, and cruelty-free. They’re infused with shea butter and have a soft, silky formula with a subtle pigmentation and a high-gloss shine that is moisturizing and non-sticky. The formula is incredibly lovely, but my favorite part about these glosses is the wand applicator, which rotates 360 degrees to give lips an effortless, complete coverage. Unlike a traditional doe-foot applicator, the round shape of this wand makes application so easy and quick, and it picks up the perfect amount of product every time to prevent constant re-dipping for a one-swipe application. It truly is addictive just like the description states on the brand’s website — I wish all of my glosses had this applicator!
Lastly, I want to quickly talk about the super cool MMS Mirror ($24.00), which I can’t get enough of! It’s a portable, cordless mirror that’s battery operated with built-in lights and a kickstand in the back, so you can bring it anywhere, anytime! I love the size, shape, and functionality of this mirror — it gives perfect lighting, is great for travel, and just looks so damn cute! I brought this with me on my holiday trips and it was incredibly helpful — I love it!
Here is the makeup look that I created with these products.
I used the Base, Define, and Line eyeshadows from the Fold Out Face Palette, along with the dark contour shade on my eyes; I also applied the shimmery highlighter onto my brow bone and tear duct.
Once I applied on my foundation, I dabbed the light perfector shade onto areas that I wanted to cover-up like underneath my eyes, around my nose, and mouth, then set everything with the light blender shade. I contoured with the matte brown powder and set underneath my eyes with the light contour shade to brighten up my complexion. Next, I gingerly applied the matte bright pink blush onto my cheeks because it’s very pigmented, so only a little product was needed to achieve the desired results, then used the shimmery highlight shade to illuminate my cheekbones and nose tip.
I wore a matte liquid lipstick on my lips as the base color with the Beige Natural Spin-On Lip Gloss on top for more shine.
I’m so impressed with these products! Have you tried Woosh yet?
Thank you so much for reading!
(I received these products complimentary of Woosh Beauty for reviewing purposes. The opinions are 100% my own.)