Typology is a new vegan skin care brand that was new to me until this French company reached out about trying some of their minimalist and sustainable products. Of course, I couldn’t resist experimenting with their products to see what their line could do for my skin. Therefore, today I am going to fill you in on Typology tinted skincare because if you value the benefits of skin care into makeup, then you are going to love the results judging from my experience from the products sent for this review.
**Disclaimer: This post has been compensated. Opinions are solely mine. **
The first product that I want to talk among the Typology tinted skincare products for this review is their Tinted Serum ($37.90). This product provides lightweight coverage without silicones that may later burrow deep into your pores. It also features vitamin C, squalane and aloe vera that is dispersed through a dropper to keep it more sanitary. It gives a luminous glow without that masklike look that some makeup foundations can give as it perfects the skin. Furthermore, this serum won’t later migrate to your lines.
The only flaw of this Typology Tinted Serum is the limited range of six shades. I selected the Fair (Teinte 1001) and the second lightest Light (Teinte 1002). The Fair shade was close to my coloring but it had too much pink for my pale beige skin tone. On the other hand, the Light shade had too much orange for my skin tone. However, I recommend buying two different shades that are close in color to custom blend your own shade as I did. This worked out very nicely and left a beautiful finish.
Next, I sampled two shades of their concealer ($29.50) in Type 1 Fair and Type 2 Light. This concealer comes in a metal tube and has thinner serum like consistency than some others. My first thought was the fair would be a better match, but I was wrong. The darker orange-toned Light shade, which looked much darker than I’m used to until spreading on my dark circles, was a better choice. This concealer really hid the darkness and cancelled it out. If you have dark circles, the orange does counteract darkness so much better than a lighter color when your dark circles are at their worst. In fact, this is the best concealer I have used from the many that I have tried. It is very easy to spread and will not gravitate to any under eye creases, which is another plus.
Typology tinted skincare also has Tinted Lip & Cheek Balm ($22.90) that is housed in metal tubs. This is a pampering delight for dry lips with hyaluronic acid and raspberry seed extract for a wash of sheer color to compliment cheeks as well. This delivers lovely moisturizing lip color without mineral oil, silicones or fragrance that made my lips feel so comfortable. It was also great to coordinate the lip and cheek color without needing separate products. There are five gorgeous shades, but I sampled the Shade 1 Ruby Red, Shade 2 Powder Pink and Shade 5 Plum Purple. After you try these on for feel and color, you will want them all!
I also experimented with one color from the five in Typology’s Tinted Lip Oils ($23.90) line with their Shade 5 Plum Purple. This is in a glass bottle with a sponge tipped applicator. The texture is just right in my opinion without being too sticky while enhancing lips with sheer shiny color that treats dryness with squalane, jojoba oil and vitamin E and manages to stay put for hours at a time.
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