If you haven't heard or seen Drew Barrymore promoting Flower Cosmetics, I'm here to tell you that Drew Barrymore is the face and owner of her own cosmetics brand, Flower. I saw the collection, and I was so blown away by the beautiful colors. Flower philosophy is to keep the cost of the products down by not paying for advertising. They also use same ingredients used in luxury makeup and some products are made of real flower. Also they are produced in the good 'ol USA and never tested on animals. Also this brand is sold exclusively at Walmart and Walmart.com. I think the official launch date was January 31st, but I've seen other bloggers seeing items at their local stores (limited items) and I ordered mine through Walmart.com. All the items were priced starting at $6.98 and doesn't go above $13.98. Apparently a lot of the items are sold out already! Goodness! I'm so excited for this brand and Drew Barrymore! (Loooooove her!)
So here are few items I was able to get. This is just a first impression and quick swatches.
I ordered the Flower Color Play Creme Eyeshadows, Win Some, Rouge Some, Creme Blush, Kiss Stick, High-Shine Lip Color. The Color Play Cream Eyeshadows packaging look very similar to L'Oreal Infallible Eyeshadows, but they are a bit different.
Swatches of the Flower Color Play Creme Eyeshadows. They come in a glass jar with white top.
From left to right:
Lilac You a Lot (irridescent purple), Midnight Garden (black, grayish with sparkle), Awesome Blossom (slightly metallic chocolate), Mum's the Word (rusty pink). As you can tell they are quite pigmented, minus Lilac You a Lot. Also the consistency of the shadows are very light and airy, so I'd say it feels like a cross between creme and mousse. It's not like the Maybelline Color Tattoos.
Walmart packed my package in the most horrible way possible and these got tossed around like popcorn in a humongous bag, so it's quite messy, but this is what it looks like when you open them. This is in color Awesome Blossom.
This is the Win Some/Rouge Some Creme Blush in Peach Blossom. This one isn't that creamy, but I'd say a cross between cream and powder. It definitely finishes powdery and that's their claim. It's a very pretty peach, perfect for spring.
And last but not least, the Kiss Stick, High Shine Lip Color in Sweet Peony. I read in an interview that Drew Barrymore said this is one of her faves, so I had to have it! It's a peachy creamy lipstick with slight pink sheen to it. Really pretty. it's a bit light even for my skin, but I can make it work for the spring. lol
Swatches of the lipstick in sweet peony on the left and the blush in peach blossom on the right. Doesn't it scream SPRING IS HERE?
So that's my first impression of the Flower Cosmetics by Drew Barrymore. I'm going to have to try them out to do a review.