Have You Seen This? Exactly What to Pick Up at the Beautylish Gift Card Event

The Beautylish Gift Card Event has just begun and it ends March 24th @ 11:59 PM PT. This bi-yearly event is a great time to maximize your luxury beauty budget because with every $100 spent, you’ll earn a $20 gift card. It’s the perfect time to stock up on essentials and try something new.

I wanted to show you an interesting and utilitarian range of products from the site and are my key suggestions for the event with swatches galore and images of everything in action…hope you enjoy and let me know what you pick up!

The makeup.

// MAKE UP //

Hourglass Veil Skin Tint in 10 and 11: I am late to the game on this highly-rated formula but am glad to finally try it as I was a fan of the original Hourglass Tinted Moisturizer. It is weightless with light to medium coverage and does a good job of banishing imperfections while letting your natural skin shine through. Shade 11 is my perfect mid-spring match.

Sisley Phyto-Rouge-Touch Illusion D’Ete Bronzer: I am on my 5th compact of this bronzer…it is pricy but worth it and lasts for 6 months to a year, depending on how often you use it. I love the true tan (never orange) shade that gently sculpts…it has zero powdery finish. Well worth it!

Chantecaille Real Bronze: A lush and buttery brown tan tone that instantly enlivens the face, this compact is pure luxury.

RMS Blush in French Rose: I love all of the blushes in this formula (Crystal Slipper and Bohemian Girl on repeat) and this cool pink is beyond! It has lush pigment and a glowing finish that allows you to skip highlighter if you wish.

Sisley Eye Concealer 4.5: One of my favorite concealers of life, I love that this formula has expanded its shade range and this  shade conceals, brightens and restores my orbital region and beyond with zero creasing. It’s a cult classic for a reason!

Base and face swatches in the sunlight.

Viseart Palette Isolde: I have loved Viseart since the earliest days of Beauty Professor and this latest palette is perfection. Rife with cool neutral lilac and taupe shades, it has magnificent color payoff while resisting creasing.

Anna Sui Volume Mascara: Two coats and my lashes are long and lush…just sublime.

Sacheu Beauty Lip Liner in PINKED: This lip stain has a precise applicator to create lip liner borders…after 10 minutes, wipe off and lips are defined for hours on end.

Hindash Lip Tone in Hush: If you’re looking for an ultra smooth deep nude lip liner, this long lasting gem is the one.

Sisley Lip Twist in Ballet: A tender peach-meets-pink-meets-nude, this is a hydrating matte with plenty of pigment. I applied it in the center of my lips (on top of the deeper Anna Sui Everlasting Rouge) to enhance fullness and volume.

Anna Sui Everlasting Rouge in 700 Antique Beige: Full impact color in a lightweight liquid that lasts? Yes, please! This shade is a rich neutral (worn later in this post) that I suspect will be universally flattering on all skin tones.

Eye and lip swatches in the sunlight.

Already well loved…the Natasha Denona Hy-Per Natural Face Palette.

Brimming with colors that you will want to reach for every single day, the Natasha Denona Hy-Per Natural Face Palette: is magnificent. I’ve already used it several times since receiving earlier this month and I even used it on Joey’s eyes for her gymnastics showcase. If I had to choose just one Natasha Denona palette, it would be this one, without question!

Swatches of the Natasha Denona Hy-Per Natural Face Palette
The Natasha Denona Hy-Per Natural Face Palette on Joey’s eyes and cheeks.
The Anna Sui Beauty Kit


Anna Sui Beauty Kit: This kit has a vintage-meets-modern energy…the lucite box is gorgeous for storing beauty treasures and the mirror, hairbrush and eyelash curler are utilitarian musts that you’ll reach for on the daily.

Slip Queen Pillowcase in Seashell: It’s rare to find a patterned 100% silk pillowcase and but this one checks all the boxes. I love the delicate detailing and rich peach tone.

Slip Jetsetter Travel Pillow in Black: I travel a lot and have yet to find a neck pillow I would deem wonderful. Enter SLIP: this extra silky version has clean lines and a supportive design that takes sleeping on a plane to an opulent level.

Sisley Ginko Gua Sha Tool: There is no denying the potent sculpting and de-puffing properties of gua sha but sourcing the right tool can be a challenge. This weighty wonder by Sisley-Paris is my go-to and it travels like a dream.

Sonia G Mini Brush Set: I’m always in search of smaller brushes that work well in my handbag and this resplendent set takes care of business beautifully. It has everything you need to create a full face without taking up too much prime real estate in your makeup bag.

Style notes.


I paired these Harlow shorts (size 6) with one of my favorite vests of life (size 8 for extra room) in tawny olive (I also own in 4 other colors) and finished this 1970s safari look with my trusty Manolos which I wear frequently both for work and play as they are wildly comfortable.

Joey’s dress is by the ever classic Feltman Brothers.

Last look.

–Shop the Post–

Bottom Line: I hope you enjoyed this look at some worthy beauty pursuits from Beautylish and would love to know what caught your eye. Make sure to take advantage of the brilliant Gift Card Event, now through March 24th @ 11:59 PM PT.

Good things ahead, including a warm weather foundation deep dive and some travel beauty musts…also, if you missed, my 3 month LYMA Laser review can be found on my YouTube channel. To say I’m deeply impressed would be an understatement!

Stay strong, seek wisdom, much love and more soon,


–The Beauty Professor

**PR samples provided for review denoted by an asterisk (the rest purchased by me). However, as always, all of my opinions are expressly and unequivocally my own. © 2012-2024. Beauty Professor® All Rights Reserved. Do not copy, reprint or republish content and/or photos without author’s written permission.

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