Hard Candy x Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe is a beauty and style icon, which is why so many makeup lovers were somewhat surprised when Hard Candy launched a collection in tribute to her. Obviously, there was no involvement from Marilyn or anyone in her life, therefore, it invites a very critical eye at each product to see exactly how a drugstore brand would honour her legacy in the beauty industry.

I got a couple pieces for myself to test out, that I would get most use out of, and here’s my review:

Rose Drench Refresher Spray – infused with hyaluronic acid and rosewater, it leaves the skin radiant and hydrated. I don’t think it prolongs the wear time of makeup, however, it doesn’t claim to (just thought I’d note that). I enjoy the fine mist and the scent of the spray, and the 75 ml size is an average for a setting spray at a good deal of $6.

Translucent Loose Powder + Rose Hip Oil – locks makeup in with a velvety finish that gives a sheer glow to skin. It’s weightless, has a Paraben, Mineral Oil-free formula, and instantly refines texture and blurs imperfections. The powder is very finely milled, and at 10 mg for $7 I definitely recommend.

Precision Brow Pencil – the precise tip allows for natural, hair-like strokes; use the spoolie side to soften the look for a fuller, feathered effect. It’s a formula that’s in balance between too stiff and too creamy, easy to work with, and definitely scores my endorsement. 0.06 g for $6 is justified in my book.

Get the collection on their website or at you local Walmart store.

Have you tried anything from this collection? Do you plan on picking anything up? Let me know in the comments below!

6 thoughts on “Hard Candy x Marilyn Monroe

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