A new brand on the market is showing women that what truly matters is skin deep. Glossier is a beauty brand produced by the creators of the blog Into the Gloss. The whole purpose of the brand is to promote inner beauty and enhance what you have. They believe in celebrating what you’re born with instead of covering it up.
Into the Gloss is a blog dedicated to natural beauty created by Emily Weiss. She wanted to know what models and make-up artists used and why, and her blog now has a worldwide following.
Glossier creates facemasks and foundations that get to the root of the problem: your pores. You don’t want to paint on a dirty canvas, right?
Their motto is that beauty should be fun, easy, imperfect, and personal. Their price tag isn’t super steep either! Glossier’s products range from $12 to $80. Their beauty repertoire includes two facemasks (both priced at $22) which use all natural ingredients. They also offer a soothing face mist priced at $18. This life-saver is a make-up refresher that will pick you up during a long day of classes.
Glossier’s priciest product is (luckily) a package deal. They have the Glossier Phase 1 Set, priced at $80, which is marketed as skincare that is also makeup. This package includes four of their most luxurious products. This is a great option if you want to try them all out at once because it’s a serious deal. Gentle ingredients such as rosewater, aloe, and glycerin are used to give you the best possible skin to live in. Products are hypoallergenic, dermatologist tested, and gentle enough for all skin types.
Now, we all know that it can be hard leaving your blemishes uncovered. Feeling insecure is normal and many people face insecurities whether they’re 10 or 50. It might be easier to throw on foundation and call it a day, but you have to think about what the long-term affect is on your skin. Having a clean face will not only help you apply make-up but it will also pay off in the long run.
Make-up should enhance your beauty, not create an idea that you need to hide behind a shield of foundation. Taking care of your skin is monumentally important. You might not realize that make-up is actually making the problem worse. Wearing makeup cannot only irritate your skin but also make your acne worse. It’s a vicious cycle, and Glossier gets that. Try out their new range and see for yourself!