Recently, StyleKorean offered to let me pick out some products from their site. I’ve been wanting to try some more Heimish products for a while, so I chose the Heimish Eye Palette in Breeze Beige, the Heimish Dailism Water Drop Lip Tint in Sultry Day, and the All Clean White Clay Foam.
Heimish is a brand that has definitely caught my eye lately with their elegant packaging and pretty colors, so I was excited to see if their products measured up!
Heimish Eye Palette in Breeze Beige
The Heimish eye palette gets generally good reviews in the beauty community. The small compact palette is perfect for travel, and looks quite sleek and elegant. I feel that the plastic compact is a bit light and cheap-feeling, but sturdy enough.
I love that the eye palette comes with a double ended eye brush. Granted, the brush is not super great quality and applied the shadows rather patchily, but you could swap it in for a brush of your choosing, and I like that there’s a spot for it within the palette, which makes it very convenient. And hey, it’s better than a sponge applicator.
I chose the Breeze Beige palette because while I have a lot of peachy or grayish taupe shades, I didn’t have any neutral browns and beiges. This palette comes with 2 glitters, 2 shimmers, 2 mattes, and a couple satins for lining the eyes.
Here are the swatches:
(Sorry about my bumpy arm! I’ve been carrying my 2-year old a lot and the pressure/friction irritates my skin. It’s not from the eyeshadow, don’t worry.)
These actually showed up better on screen than they did in real life. They are actually a bit more muted than this. As you can see the colors are pretty, soft, and not terribly pigmented. They felt silky and smooth to the touch and blended well for the most part with minimal fallout. I was the least impressed with the espresso color (top), which applied very patchy (I had to go over it several times to get it to show the pigmentation above). The other colors would be very pretty for an everyday or understated look. For reference, my skin is about an NC25, or light-medium.
I like this palette, but because I probably won’t use the glitter shades much, and because the espresso shade isn’t great, the value is slightly diminished in my eyes. I honestly think it’s a little overpriced for what it is. At $27, you could get a nice Tarte travel palette with much more pigmented shadows. However, for someone who’s new to playing with eyeshadow, it’s perfect as you can’t mess up too bad with such subtle shades.
The Heimish Eye Palette retails for $26.91 at Stylekorean.
Heimish Dailism Water Drop Lip Tint
I also received the Heimish Dailism Water Drop Lip Tint in Sultry Day, which is a lovely coral pink. I loved the packaging of this lip tint; the tube was very sturdy and felt high quality, with a gorgeous design.
The tint applies sheer (which makes sense, it’s a tint) and has a moisturizing formula. I found that it never really dried but continued to have a moisturizing finish. This isn’t super tenacious but wore off quite quickly, and didn’t leave much of a tint behind, so it does lose points for longevity. However, because it’s so sheer and easy to apply, it’s very wearable as long as you don’t mind reapplying every so often.
The Heimish Dailism Water Drop Lip Tint is available at Stylekorean for $11.77.
Heimish All Clean White Clay Foam
The Heimish All Clean White Clay Foam contains kaolin clay to control oil and gently exfoliate the skin. White kaolin clay is considered the purest and gentlest clay for sensitive skin. This creamy clay cleanser lathers into a dense foam that feels super soft and marshmallowy on the face. It’s very pleasant. When mixed with water, I tested the foam at a pretty definite pH 7. That’s higher than I prefer (your skin’s natural pH is slightly acidic, around 5.5), but not too bad.
I found the All Clean White Clay Foam to be just slightly drying for me, but people with oily skin might like this. This is definitely a little too strong for me to use every day, but I like to use it a couple times a week for some gentle exfoliating and purifying. Though at this rate, it’s going to take me a long long time to get through this generously-sized tube!
If you like clay cleansers, or you’ve been wanting to try one, the Heimish All Clean White Clay Foam is a good one to try. It’s moderately gentle, and a good value at only $10.09 for a huge tube at StyleKorean.
I really enjoyed trying out these offerings from Heimish, and thank you StyleKorean for providing these to review. Overall I thought these were fun products that were pretty good quality, and I’m looking forward to trying more from the brand.
Have you tried any Heimish products? What did you think?
The products in this post were provided free to review. All reviews are my honest opinion.