While not extremely well known in a mainstream environment, Artistry is a solid brand that seems to be, in most cases, ahead of their time! I have tried a few items beyond these particular ones, and they’ll likely make it into other posts later. Overall, these are pretty quality products, and I really enjoyed trying them out!
Artistry Hydra-V Replenishing Moisture Cream for Dry Skin
I have mixed feelings about this, but only for my particular skin. I believe my skin leans a little far towards normal to really be able to work well with this product.
This extremely emollient moisturizer is ideal for people who have extremely dry skin. It’s thick and you barely need any product to cover your face well.
The packaging is very luxe, and it comes with a small spatula to scoop the product out. My only misgiving is that it’s extremely difficult to thread the lid on properly sometimes.
Overall, I’m really impressed with the quality, I think it just might be too moisturizing!
Artistry Studio Matte Lip Crayon in Spiced Goddess
Over the years I haven’t had the best luck with lip crayons for some reason. However, this one is fairly impressive overall.
The crayon is extremely comfortable and surprisingly precise for the size of the product. It looks great on the lips too, no lip liner needed. It could possibly be used as a liner, actually.
Spiced Goddess is a warm brown shade,
Artistry Signature Color Blush in Dusty Mauve
Dusty Mauve is an absolutely gorgeous blush! These matte blushes have enough pigment to be easy to use, but not so much it’s scary to try to apply.
Dusty Mauve is a soft, natural mauvy shade. It looks extremely natural on me, making even a full coverage foundation look more like skin.
Artistry Signature Color Lipstick in Velvet
The lipstick itself was actually really nice. It stayed on well, and was a comfortable formula.
The color wasn’t what I expected, I was expecting a darker berry than I got. But the color is still very opaque and comfortable. A lip liner is absolutely necessary for this particular color, though I’d suspect that a more neutral color wouldn’t necessitate one.
And the packaging? Very very luxe. It’s all metal, with a bullet that twists out of the top.
Overall, everything I’ve tried from this brand I’m impressed with, even if it doesn’t work for me. Have you ever tried anything from Artistry? Let me know in the comments!