Trust Fund Beauty Haul + Review


tfb-haulHey loves! I love trying out new brands, especially Indie brands since I love supporting small businesses. I’ve heard of Trust Fund Beauty before but personally never tried their products, but I saw that some gals on YouTube got a lipgasm liquid lipstick from them in their Ipsy bag, so I wanted to give them a go! I got a few different products to get a good feel for what they have,

Their products are vegan and cruelty free, and their nailpolishes are 10-Free! They also have nail polish remover that is acetone free, non toxic and plant based which is super cool since I haven’t seen anything like that before.

I think their packaging is super cute and I love the minimalistic design of their logo. (Always gotta throw my designer thoughts in there 😉 )

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They sell nailpolishes individually and in sets, so I wanted to get a taste of different colors – I grabbed the It’s Called Fashion set, but it doesn’t look like they are carrying it anymore. It does have some great colors for fall though, which is why I was interested in it. You get six mini polishes that pair great together or look great on their own. I think their color selection is fabulous! These mini sets are $28 each, but would make a really nice gift!

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Since I don’t pay attention to much, I bought a full sized version of the Wine O’Clock polish that actually comes in the set I got haha. I feel like I will be getting a lot of use out of this color though! My picture doesn’t do it any justice but it’s a beautiful deep red color. I like their bottle style, kind of reminds me of those Chanel perfume pictures you see everywhere (right?) Their single polishes are $15 I believe, but some are a few dollars less.

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On the topic of nail polish – here’s the remover! I got the scent Mint, just because mint is my fave. They also have one in Orange. You get 4 oz for $22, but taking into consideration how it is a green beauty product, it’s worth it. I like how it doesn’t have a strong smell like traditional nail polish removers and the mint scent is definitely a plus! It is an effective remover but does leave sort of a “greasy” feeling on your fingernails, so you will have to wash them before moving onto applying polish – but overall, I really like it!

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Here are their Lipgasm Liquid Lipsticks. I got the colors K, Bye; Cool Story Bro & Play Nice. Of course I got some nude colors, per usual and I got a nice cranberry shade. These are a semi/almost matte liquid lip, sort of like the Colourpop Ultra Satin finish but with a little more staying power. I wore Cool Story Bro, which is a “dark dusty-rose” and it was easy to apply and looked really nice! It felt comfortable on the lips and lasted a while.

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Basic liquid lip applicator.

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Here are the swatches in natural lighting! The top is Play Nice, below that is Cool Story Bro and the last one is K, Bye. I think the colors I chose will suit me well and I definitely want to try out some of their other colors.

Overall, I was pleased with the quality of their products and the colors that they have. I want all of their polishes, they’re way too pretty.

I hope you enjoyed the post! Have you tried TFB yet? Let me know 🙂

Thanks for reading, as always <3

Xoxo, Rae

Disclaimer: I bought these products with my own money and I am not being paid to make this post!

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  • Reply Kathy

    I’ve never tried this brand before! These products look nice though 🙂
    Kathy x

    September 15, 2016 at 4:39 pm
    • Reply Rae

      They are a lil’ pricey, but I do like to support indie brands! I really liked the lipsticks so I may have to stock up on more. Thanks for reading!

      September 20, 2016 at 4:30 pm
  • Reply Nicole

    I’ve heard of this brand a few times but never tried anything from them. The liquid lipsticks look beautiful! Lovely post.

    Nicole |

    September 16, 2016 at 12:17 am
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