Catrice Siberian Call limited edition review
I said in Catrice Siberian Call LE preview post, that blushes look most interesting and my predictions came true.
Both cream to powder blushes are lovely in color and finish. I personally love the look of cream blushes more that cream to powder but later don’t break me out nearly as much as former.
Catrice Rose’s Wood is very light peachy rose color. I have pale skin so it gives me nice flush. It can be layered to stronger shade, but then it doesn’t look so hot on me.
Catrice Coral -al -al -al is darker and more coral toned blush than Rose’s Wood. I would say this is more universal color. One layer and blush shy ones are happy, 2 for stronger flush and 3 if I were to go to masquerade.
Fingers and stippling brush were my favorites for application. Staying power is better if you use 2 layers or set it with powder.
Price: 4,19 EUR for 4g (0.14 oz). Shelf life 12 months after opening the product.
Other product I liked was lip cream. I have coralish red shade named Coral -al -al -al.
Consistency reminds me a little of Essence Colour Arts lip base – non sticky, slightly nourishing, makes comfortable coating over my lips, slightly fruity smell. And frankly – color spread was way nicer that in their lipsticks which are definitively not my favorites.
Price: 3,99 EUR for 5ml (0.17 fl.oz.). Shelf life 12 months after opening the product.
I also got one of the Mountain Baked Eyeshadows from Siberian Call limited edition – Rose’s Wood. Shimmery beige-brown shade that I use in combination with black liner and stronger lipstick.
Price: 3,99 EUR for 1g (0.035 oz). Shelf life 18 months after opening the product.
Maestra already showed you great swatches of Rest In The Forest nail polish so I made only swatch of Catrice The Calm Call black nail polish.
What can I tell you – nice black nail polish with multi colored glitter, but nothing jaw drooping. It applied well, glitter is not heavily packed, I don’t have problems with lasting power of Catrice nail polishes, so I’m not right person to judge – they almost never chip on me and I only get tip wear.
2 coats + 2 layers of top coat.
Price: 2,59 EUR for 10ml (0.33 fl. oz.)
Conclusion: both cream to powder blushes are very nice and I would recommend them + I wore lip cream quite a lot, so I guess that tells you everything.
*all products were gifts. Rose’s Wood blush from Maestra and rest from Catrice Slovenia.