Unpretty Rapstar Review Part 1: Shiny Velvet Fluid Shadows

It’s time for another Beauty Bonanza! Unpretty Rapstar Edition.

http://wonderplace.co.kr/page/index?tpl=main%2Funprettyrapstar.html

I’ve been raving about this brand since it launched late last year. I stumbled upon it at the Beauty Expo Korea and was hooked. The pigment and quality is great for it’s low price point. The modern black packaging makes it look slick and expensive.
I’ve since visited Wonderplace multiple times to pick up some items. I’ll give you a rundown of a few of their products in a couple posts, so stay tuned for more. Part 1 will focus on their Shiny Velvet Liquid Shadows.

How can I best describe this product? Well. Let’s see. This stuff is like a liquid disco ball you can smear across your eyelids and be on your way. Just a couple dabs of product, smudge it on with a brush or your finger, and you’re set. No fuss. No mess. No glitter fallout.

Let one layer dry and build on it with different colors for different dimensions. It is a versatile product, just make sure it dries before you open your eyes, or yes, it will crease.  I haven’t had any creasing issues after wearing it all day. I love the color range as they all work well with each other and can be mixed to create new colors and looks. Here are swatches of the colors below.

Like I mentioned they glide on a dry to a nice finish, so there is no glitter fallout and the color lasts throughout the day.

Now I know you can’t wait to try these, so here is the best part. From now until the end of April, they are BOGO at their Wonderplace locations as well as online. Woohoo! Beauty at a discount is always the best.

They sell for 7,900won ($6.90) so they are cheap enough you don’t need to feel guilty if you buy the whole collection. And at buy one, get one, you can snatch the whole collection easily.  Pop over to my Instagram account and see a video of the colors up close. You can read about my last review of their products here. UPRS can be found inside Wonderplace locations around Korea (a store in a store concept) or online at their website (in Korean). Have you tried them? Let me know what you think in the comments below, and be sure to stay tuned for Part 2.

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