Still relatively new to the scene, Delilah cosmetics is a British brand that came out last year, its a concise range of wearable classic shades, my previous review is here.
I bought another blusher (the brand offer 3 blushers) this time in the
shade Clementine (£26). Its a pretty peachy/coral with a satin finish,
pigment is initially sheer but it is buildable.
It applies well with a
lightweight feel and a long lasting wear.
Swatched below then blended in
Shown with my other Delilah blusher in shade Lullaby (on the
right), swatched then blended in.
I really love how natural these blushers look and the ease with which
I was looking for a stick concealer I could keep in my handbag so bought
the Farewell Cream Concealer in the lightest shade, Linen (£24).
shade works well for my pale skin and has a slight yellow undertone. The
stick has a creamy yet lightweight texture. Its got a bit of slip to it
but not so much that it slides off. Its very blendable and doesn't cake
up or stick to dry patches. Coverage its light to medium, not enough for
my dark circles but its good for disguising redness. As long as I set
this with powder it lasts me the whole day.
Shown below with other concealers for comparison L-R: Omorovicza Mineral
Touch in Ivory (this is too yellow for me), Delilah Farewell Cream
Concealer in Linen, MAC Matchmaster shade #1 (this is too dark for me)
Delilah is now available on the UK Space.NK website, which is a good
sign, as I think its very difficult for new brands to find their place
in an already over saturated market.
I'm really pleased with anything I've tried from the range thus far and
would love to see some different products and additional colours come out. I think if your makeup preference is a more sedate, natural elegant look then Delilah is the brand for you.
I bought these from http://delilahcosmetics.com/