Sunday Six 3.20.22

  1. Dior Backstage Concealer in 2w


My new favorite concealer. I've shared a try-on on IG and a YouTube review of this concealer. In short, it's pigmented, but highly flexible and stretchy. The brush applicator is brilliant, a small size that prevents over-application. A little bit goes a long way and seems to smooth over the under-eye area. Long-wearing and doesn't sink into fine lines throughout the day.


2. Dior Lip Glow in Mahogany

A gorgeous rosy brown tinted balm, which pulls more rosy on my lips. It's the kind of balm that looks different on everyone – in a good way. You can see me use it in this GRWM!


3. Danessa Myricks Vision Flush in Nutcracker

A long-wearing liquid blush that sets down fully. Nutcracker is such a unique shade: a taupey caramel rose that works for me as a contour, blush, or eyeshadow. I really don't have anything else like it. I use it here!


4. Byredo Flora Kalahari Palette



My first foray into Byredo eyeshadows, the Flora Kalahari palette captured my heart with its shimmery champagnes, saturated jewel tones, and twinkly textures. What strikes me about the eyeshadow formulas is how thin yet pigmented they are. They also wear really nicely throughout the day. This palette seems to be going in and out of stock at various retailers, just FYI.


5. & Other Stories Striped Sweater

The sweater that was out of stock all winter is finally back in stock in all sizes! This collared striped Breton sweater is a lightweight, thin but substantial knit. It was great for me all fall and winter, and the light tone makes it a great transitional piece, too. I took my true size S, and it's a slightly casual fit but true to size. Also comes in other colorways.


6. These Claw Clips


As a claw clip enthusiast, I always struggle to find clips that are strong and grippy enough to keep my long, thick hair up. These seem to be doing the trick, and also come in this variety pack of neutral tones.