Catrice is a brand that’s been on my radar for over a year now. They are a smaller brand but quickly growing and gaining popularity in the beauty community. When I discover a new brand, sometimes it’s hard for me to know what to try first and how to pick out their best products. If Catrice is a new brand to you and you are looking to try some of their products, this post is for you! I’m going to cover the 5 best beauty products from Catrice that you should try first!
All of the products I’ve tried from Catrice have been complexion products. I think their complexion products are the best and what they excel at. I don’t have any experience with their eye shadows but I’ve watched some review videos on Youtube and the shadows don’t seem to perform too well. That’s not to say there might be some great finds within the brand, but I believe the complexion products are their best sellers.
Catrice is available online only on Ulta’s website as well as Amazon. I haven’t seen the brand in store anywhere but that doesn’t mean they aren’t. Sometimes certain regions and drugstores carry different brands so if you know Catrice is sold in-store somewhere, leave me a comment letting me know!
I’ll jump into the 5 best beauty products from Catrice and link them all.
1 // Liquid Camouflage Concealer – $5.99
I think this concealer is their best product! It’s super affordable and high coverage. They have a pretty decent shade selection. I also included it in in my Top 10 Affordable Concealers post.
2 // HD Liquid Coverage Foundation – $10.99
The foundation has a thin formula but provides great coverage and a matte finish. Because the formula is so thin, I think it feels very lightweight. It has a dropper applicator that allows you to customize your coverage by the amount of drops you use. Again, the shade selection is pretty decent. They just recently expanded it. The only thing to note is that if you have really dry skin, you might not love it.
3 // Prime & Fine Multitalent Fixing Spray – $7.99
This is an amazing multi-tasking spray that can be used as a primer, setting spray or refresher. The mist is super fine which I love! I talk more about it in Best Drugstore Prep + Set Products For Your Makeup.
4 // Prime & Fine Waterproof Mattifying Powder – $7.49
Great for oily skin and touching up throughout the day. It only comes in translucent which should work for most skin tones. If you prefer a pressed powder over a loose powder, you should definitely try this out!
5 // Prime & Fine Contouring Palette – $7.99 (only on Amazon)
I’ve only found this on Amazon. Not sure why it’s not on Ulta’s website. However, I’m obsessed with this contour palette and specifically the contour shade. I’m always on the hunt for a neutral/cool undertoned contour shade that will flatter my light skin. This is one of the best and most affordable contour shades I’ve found. The highlighter is a beautiful light gold shade. Its subtle and great for everyday. The only major bummer is that it comes in just one shade so if you are a medium or dark skin tone, this won’t work for you. I would LOVE to see them come out with more shades because this duo is so amazing!
// Light Correcting Serum Primer – $10.99
This is a great product to add some glow to your complexion. You can use it as a primer, mix it into your foundation, apply as a liquid highlighter or just use it on its own for glowy and healthy looking skin. I love using an illuminating primer under a matte foundation. Sometimes my skin is too dry to use a matte foundation on its own so mixing it with a glowy product like this one will give me a more flattering finish that works for my skin.
// Slim’Matic Ultra Precise Brow Pencil – $5.99
These brow pencils are more affordable compared to some other drugstore ones that range from $8-$10. They are pretty standard when it comes to a brow pencil but I think the formula is flexible and easy to work with. I personally love brow pencils and how precise I can get with them so if you are a brow pencil kinda-gal, definitely check these out!
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