Rebellious Unicorn Cosmetics: Brand Profile

Brand Name: Rebellious Unicorn Cosmetics

Price Range: $4 (loose glitter) – $100 (complete summer collection)

Located In: Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania

Shipping:  Yes, they do ship internationally!

Best Sellers: Loose Highlighter in Unicorn and Unicorn Tears.

Vegan? Cruelty Free?:  They are both vegan and cruelty free!

Where you can find them next: They will be at DragCon NYC this year!!

Our Thoughts: 

This brand’s products are really pretty and shimmery, just like a unicorn. I especially love the packaging and the glass jars that the glitter gels come in are reusable. I was sent 16 eyeshadows and 4 glitter gels to try.

Eyeshadows: These are loose shadows in jars. All of them except for Laci’s Song were shimmery. There are a lot of bright white inner corner shades with slightly different flips. My favorite is Trident – a white shimmer with a lavender flip. These are pretty shadows for that ethereal shimmery look, which is fitting with the name of the brand. Here are swatches:

The Glitter Gels are really cool, I’ve never tried a product like it. You can put them on your face, eyes, even your hair. I find that you have to build these up to get a ‘full coverage’ of glitter. The goo took longer than I expected to dry, so I found that my favorite use for them was in my hair. The glitter isn’t dense or fine enough to successfully use them as an eyeshadow glitter product, but they’re fun on the cheeks as glitter freckles.

The eyeshadows was easy to apply with a wet brush, the matte shade is a little different. With Laci’s Song, you have to be sure to really tap your brush and get rid of fall out before applying since it’s a dark, intense pigment. These eyeshadows lasted all day for me without budging.

Overall: This is a cute and fun brand for people who like glitter and shimmer. There is a very 90’s Lisa Frank vibe to the products and colors. The glitter gels could be thicker and quicker drying, but they work perfectly as a glitter hair gel.

*These products were complimentary for review but that doesn’t change my opinions at all.

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