The packaging is sleeker; here's my review of an old multi-use stick if you're interested in having a look. The colour range has also expanded across many of the products - there are new shades in the multi-use sticks and a new, lighter shade available in Narcissist foundation.
Universalist 5 Creamy Crimson (£26.50) is a pretty good match for wb 6.5 on the Bright Winter fan. It's unusual to find really clear, bright shades in more natural lines, but this is a pink/blue based deep crimson red - with no brown tones to it. I like it a lot, and it's my third go-to blush. (My other two are MAC Dollymix for pink lipsticks and Shiseido RD 401 for coral/red lipsticks.)
The texture is creamy but not greasy. It blends easily to give a natural flush to the cheeks. I don't notice a massive difference in the texture/finish from the old formula, although the formula does now contain Camellia Oil instead of Coconut Oil, and Camellia Oil does feel a little more cosmetically elegant on the skin in my experience.
There is nothing that matches Nudist Colorbalm 6 Mocha (£15.50) on the Bright Winter fan, so I didn't even try. This is not one of my colours :) It'd be good for any of the Autumns or Dark Winters to use as a base to brown down other lipsticks.
The new W3LL People products are available from www.beingcontent.com now in the UK, and also through the www.w3llpeople.com website (based in the US).
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