W3LL People is an American Eco-Luxe cosmetics line recently introduced to the UK by www.beingcontent.com. Being familiar with my love for brands like rms Beauty and Vapour Organics, Being Content kindly gave me the opportunity to try an item from the range.
I decided on the Universalist Matte Multi-Use Stick in #7.
#7 is a medium pink that leans towards cherry undertones. It's brightening on my skin, and good for adding colour when I'm feeling peaky. The texture is matte, but not drying, and it doesn't have a slippery silicone feel like other multi-use products available can. This would be a very good option for oilier skins that find cream multi-use products don't last on them, but it's absolutely comfortable on my drier skin type too. It has a fresh herbal smell that fades quickly on the skin.
Swatched: a transparent cherry pink, buildable and also blendable to a soft natural flush.
I like this both on cheeks and lips; it gives a matte finish on both, but I don't find it overly drying on the lips (although I do need to use a balm underneath). I would not wear this shade on my eyes, but there are some more neutral/contour shades in the range, as well as shimmering shades in the Universalist Luminous Multi-Use Sticks.
I intend to visit the Content Shop soon to have a look at the Narcissist Stick Foundation and Concealer (with the intention of buying one), because this is all I have left of my rms Beauty Un-Cover Up:
|it's safe to say I like this concealer|
W3LL People cosmetics are available at Being Content here: www.beingcontent.com/filter/brand/w3ll-people.html, and in the US from the brand website at www.w3llpeople.com.