A new clean makeup line we’re crushing on

The scoop on chic new clean makeup line Studio 78 Paris.
Studio 78 Paris Makeup
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By Siobhan O’Connor for NoMoreDirtyLooks.com

Here’s a happy winter surprise: a new clean makeup line we’re seriously crushing on!

We were introduced to the line by our friends at NuboNau, which has an exclusive on the line for now in the United States. We fell for the packaging first. So chic! So retro! And most is made of cardboard, which is nice. With one sweep of concealer, though, and one finger-smear of blush, it was love.

I’ve tried three products so far—the undereye concealer (the lighter one), the blush (shade 2), and the black mascara—and I like them in that order. The concealer is a stand-out. It’s in a small pot with a flip lid that has a tiny mirror on it, which is genius. It’s a powdery matte cream, which RMS fans might find alarming at first. It’s a whole different look, but bear in mind it’s not meant to be used in the same way, either. Formulated to correct blueish undereye circles, it’s a boon if you, like me, haven’t been sleeping the best lately. I also love the blush. It reminds me a little of my old Nars favorite (“Orgasm,” naturally) but it’s a little quieter. I’d say it lasts a good half workday, easy.

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