Artistry Studio is a beauty brand whose products are inspired by cities all around the world. As a lover of both travel and beauty, the concept speaks to me so I was excited to get my hands on their most recent limited edition launch: Tokyo. The Tokyo range is stunning and I can’t wait to share my thoughts on the three products I’ve been using.
I’ve been wearing blush shade Kimono Pink, which is absolutely beautiful.
A mirrored lid shelters the built-in sponge which makes for quick and easy application, even on the go. The sponge disperses only a little product at once, but on the rare occasion I’ve applied too much, it very easily blends out with a blusher brush. I find that Kimono Pink and eyeshadows 3 and 4 from the Kabuki Pop palette really compliment each other and have been loving wearing these together as an entire look.
I’ve been wearing the shade Persimmon, which is a stunning cherry red.
The heart-shaped applicator allows precise application of this beautiful water-based lip stain. The stain is relatively subtle on first application but does allow buildable coverage. I tend to apply, wait a few seconds for it to dry, and then reapply for a bolder, more dramatic look.
I haven’t found this to be an active plumping agent, but the glossy almost wet-look that it allows certainly provides the illusion of more plump and juicy lips. My lips absolutely love how hydrating and therefore how comfortable this is to wear. I’ve also been very impressed with the staying power, once dry it doesn’t easily transfer and provides long-lasting colour.
Artistry Studio has released the Tokyo eye & lip beauty box in two different colour ranges. The version that I’ve been using is ‘Kabuki Pop’ and one of its most striking features is its retro vibe. The shades are inspired by Tokyo’s kawaii culture and are designed to suit all skin tones.
The turquoise and pink eyeshadow shades are a throwback to looks of the early 2000s and work beautifully alongside the neutral dark brown shade (shade 5) for a modern spring look. The shades blend effortlessly and are also versatile; I’ve been loving using shade 3 as a highlighter on my eyebrow arch and on the tip of my nose.
On the other half of the palette, the pretty pink lip shades (1 and 2) also remind me of lip palettes I used to own and love. A mixture of lip creams and matte powders have allowed me to experiment with shades and quantity to achieve a range of looks. The creams offer a little less colour payoff than the tint but are easy to apply for a subtle look. They also make a great base for the lip powders.
The Tokyo range is bright, beautiful and so much fun. It features a whole range of other beauty products, from brow pens and colourful mascaras to fragrance mists. After trying and loving the blusher, lip tint and eye & lip palette, I’m definitely open to adding to my Artistry Studio collection.
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