I received these products from the Estée Edit last week and have loved trying out each and every one. While Estée Lauder has a bit of a reputation for being geared towards a more traditional audience, the Estée Edit, sold only at Sephora, is targeted straight at millenials with its updated, fun packaging and the addition of edgier colors and products. Even I, as a bit of a makeup addict, found myself with a product in hand that I had never experimented with before. An eyeliner designed specifically to go inside my lashline? What on earth?!
So let's talk about that eyeliner for a second...I know that some people wear eyeliner in side their lashline, but until this week, not me. Now, I'm wondering how I've lived my adult life without this in my regular night out routine. It's so sultry. If I had ever wondered what bedroom eyes are, now I know. Paired with this cream and powder eyeshadow combo in Cyberella and it's the edgiest, smokiest eye I've ever done.
A funny thing about this Late Night Eraser, or rather my relationship with eye creams in general, I have been without an eye cream I've loved for quite a while, and I completely ran out last month. Then, in the last month, I've ended up with at least 4 different eye creams to test. This one, by far, is my favorite. It's an eye balm, so it's thick consistency feels amazing on my skin, and I truly do feel that my eyes look revived. The Radiance Activator is a great serum and primer in one that I have been using under my CC cream. I haven't tried it on its own, but its slight tint makes me think that it would be great for that use.
You can buy the Estée Edit products at Sephora. I've linked below directly to all of my favorites that I've written about in this post, as well as some that I hope to try soon.