21 August 2015

..::Product + Video Review::.. Sass N Frass Mineral Makeup

My Review of the Sass N Frass Mineral Makeup

What is it exactly?

     From the website. . .
"1- 1/6 oz (5 gram jar) of Pure Mineral Eye Shadow.
Multi-Use Loose Powder Minerals.
(Please note: jars are filled by volume, not weight)."


I was sent the Pure Mineral Eye Shadow in 'Scarlett' from Sass N Frass to review.  

The price for this eye shadow is $6.00.  You have to pay for shipping, but if you get a large order ($250+) it's free.

Packaging & Presentation of the Sass N Frass Mineral Makeup

I am happy to say that this eye shadow arrived in great condition.  It was packaged inside of a cute pink mailer.  The actual eye shadow jar was wrapped in protective bubble wrap. There was a hand-written 'thank you' card included!

The top of the eye shadow has a label covering the entire cap.  It says 'Sass N Frass Mineral Makeup' with colorful ring designs around it. The back of the jar had a label, too.  This one says 'Multi-Use Mineral Makeup'.  It provides the color (Scarlett) and the weight. The rest of the pot is clear, so you can see through to the actual color of the eye shadow.

It came sealed up (full jar), so there were definitely not any leaks!  I recommend scissors to get the safety seal off, it's on there pretty good.

My Personal Experience with the Sass N Frass Mineral Makeup

I think you guys already know how I feel about makeup.  I love it.  It's one of my favorite things to play around with.  When I got this color, I was excited because they were sending a 'random' color for review, so I didn't know what to expect.  This is definitely a shade that I would use a lot.

When I opened it up, it was filled all the way to the top.  There wasn't any skimping out here!

I got good pickup with the brush.  Since it is a free powder, it can get pretty messy, and there is a lot of fallout.  Just be careful.  If you are using this on your eyes (you can use it for highlighter, too) I recommend doing your foundation routine after since it does produce fallout.

The color is gorgeous.  On my video, I wasn't really sure how it would actually work out because it was extremely light in color.  I don't really care to use this as an eye shadow, but I find that it is an amazing highlight shade.  I have also had issues with it not lasting as long as I would like, so when wearing this, I also recommend using a setting spray to keep it as long as possible.

Please check out my First Impression video:

Pros of the Sass N Frass Mineral Makeup
  • Great color selection.
  • At $6.00, you get a lot of product for your money.
  • Applies easily.
  • Can be used as an eye shadow or highlighter.
Cons of the Sass N Frass Mineral Makeup
  • Not incredibly pigmented (since I only received one color, I can't really compare it to the others).  Maybe it's just this one that is on the lighter side.
  • Doesn't stay put for long.  You need to use a setting spray with this.

Overall, for the price, I'm liking it.  I usually gravitate towards pressed shadows because they are easier to apply, but if you are looking for a 'pop', this is the one for you.  After looking at the website for a while, I saw all of the other colors, and you can really get a nice selection.  You get a lot of eye shadow here, too.  It's filled to the top!  If you've used mineral makeup before, you know that it can get a little messy, so be sure to do your eyes first before you foundation routine.  I don't wear this everyday, but it's nice for going out or as a summer look.

Are you wanting to try the Sass N Frass Mineral Makeup, too?  Click the link below, and order away!

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DISCLAIMER:  I received the product mentioned above complimentary for review and testing purposes. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.  All opinions stated above are solely mine, and have not been influenced in any way.  I am disclosing this information in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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