Provide beauty and protection with Ulta Beauty Makeup Boost

Even top makeup artists are in love with Alta. Even singer and producer Selena Gomez are fans of Ulta.

Category: Shopping     Written By: Jawad Mehdi

Provide beauty and protection with Ulta Beauty Makeup Boost
What would a pretty budget girl do without an upside? We sincerely admire the crowd-pleasing beauty retailer which strives to ensure that our product addiction is met without completely wasting our budget. (Even top makeup artists are in love with Alta. Even singer and producer Selena Gomez are fans of Ulta.
But what about Ulta's own product line? We've talked about how few Sephora branded products have been in the past .So now we come to the part where we talk about the middle ground.
We gathered a group of savvy beauty grooms from our office to review the top best selling make-up products from the reverse range women who can't wait for low quality make-up. Some hit him out of the park and others didn't. Want to know which inverted brand products we like the most? Keep scrolling to read our honest inverted makeup reviews.

Twisted Volume Mascara
$11
The best thing about this mascara is that, as the name suggests, you can bend the tube to change the shape of the stick from straight to coiled. There are four sticker settings, each of which promises to enhance your eyelid play. I noticed that the first sequence where the stick is straight and thick with small blisters produces the most flattering, distinct shape. The final layout, where the rod is fully attached, made my lashes a little random to my liking, but it might work better for someone who already has thick lashes.

Flushed Blush
$10
Other than the lipstick blush is the only makeup product I use. As much as I like the peach pink shade of this blush, the glow in it doesn't work for me. I prefer something that is more opaque.

Adjustable Coverage Foundation
$14
I must admit that I largely prefer the cream foundation, which I found to have more blending and staying power. However, I can still commend this pressed powder foundation for its silky fine milled consistency. It doesn't offer as much coverage as I normally would, but it does give my complexion a natural look.

Contour Kit
$18
I only occasionally sniff, saving every day to swipe a little bronzer into the holes in my cheekbones. So while I can appreciate the beautiful contour palette out there, I usually don't really need it. As far as this inverted version is concerned, I appreciate its drugstore price and the variety of contours and high light shades that come in the form of highly pigmented powders.

Hydrating Face Primer
$18
I am very playful with primer and I do not consider it important for my daily routine, so I am a strong critic. But I can see someone who relies on primer day and night and appreciates this product. The No Freels formula is clean, odorless, easy to apply, and it improves your makeup coverage and strength.

Mineral Powder Foundation
$14
I tried this loose powder foundation twice, with and without inverted primer. I can say with confidence that the primer significantly improves the experience. It improved coverage and gave extra stay. Just like with pressed powder, this loose type is silky and light like air. I was also able to easily create coverage, something that is not always possible with cream or liquid formulas.

Eyeshadow Single
$9
I was already in the market for a bright purple eye shadow, so I was excited to try the Inverted Shadow at Hopeless Romantic. They have a beautiful selection of eye shadows, which come in matte, glossy, and glossy finishes, and mostly in neutral or muted colors. I know that 'shiny' eye shadow looks dangerous, but when applied, it looks brighter, which was beautiful. It runs smoothly in the first place, so you have to prepare it to be highly effective.