I had the chance to review a selection of shades from Trust Fund Beauty for you. This is a new-to-me brand so I had no idea what to expect. I was sent two cremes and two metallic frosts in soft shades perfect for spring. Let's check them out!
No Filter is a pale taupe leaning blush. It applied in two easy coats and dried with a glossy finish. I only added top coat to extend the wear time. The formula was very pigmented, especially for such a light colour. I usually need three coats for shades like this. Photos show two coats of No Filter with one coat of Girly Bits Glitter Glaze in daylight spectrum lighting.
Naughty By Design
Naughty By Design is a pale metallic pink frost. It took three coats to become 90% opaque. You can still see my nail line peaking through a tiny bit. In general frosts are not my favorite, but as far as this finish goes, this was one of the easier formulas I've worked with. With some care you can get minimal brush strokes in the final look. Photos show three coats of Naughty By Design with one coat of Girly Bits Glitter Glaze in daylight spectrum lighting.
K, Bye is a light metallic purple frost. The formula is the same as Naughty By Design. It was slightly sheer with my nail line still showing a tiny bit after three coats and left a finish with minimal brush strokes. Photos show three coats of K, Bye with one coat of Girly Bits Glitter Glaze in daylight spectrum lighting.
Put A Ring On It
Put A Ring On It is a very pale lavender creme. The formula was the same excellent formula as No Filter. It took two easy coats to become opaque. Photos show two coats of Put A Ring On It with one coat of Girly Bits Glitter Glaze in daylight spectrum lighting.
The cremes from this brand were exceptional. Easy even coverage with such pale colours is hard to find. While the metallics weren't my personal favorites, if that's a finish you're drawn to, they're worth checking out due to the lack of brush strokes once dry. You can find Trust Fund Beauty on