Testing Technic Products

Testing Technic Products


 I was recently sent a lovely bundle of goodies to try from Technic. I’ve only had a few things from Technic before, so this was great opportunity for me to test some new products out and get to know the brand a little better.


The brush is incredibly soft and I’ve been using it to set my foundation into place with a powder for a couple of weeks now. I think it could also be great for evening bronzing up the face. I think a lot of washes may shed the brush slightly but I’ll be careful when I do.


The strobe cream was really fun to play with because it’s so versatile. Whilst a little to dark for me to use as a normal liquid/cream highlighter, mixed with an under foundation it gave me a beautiful  summery glow. It is quite glittery but the glitter isn’t obvious or chunky at all. It also looked great under the eyeshadow as a base or alone on the lid.


The cream colours in this palette are again very glowy and sparkly but blend out beautifully. Both shades compliment my skin tone, although I prefer the lighter and more yellow-toned one, as it gives me a more prominent highlight. The powders are equally as beautiful. The purple highlighter was something I didn’t think could work for me but the powder is so beautiful and a little different to a standard highlight. I love the peachy one as I can make it more subtle if I wish to.



While this palette looked scary to me at first, it is more usable than it first seems. All the colours are pigmented but a little dusty so hard to blend seamlessly at first. Some of the colours are too bright for me but the peachy toned ones really suited me. I’m sure they could double up as statement eyeshadows if I gave it a go.


The baked eyeshadows excited me the most when I received these products. The colours are warm and blend out beautifully, allowing me to create simple but lovely golden eye looks with the palette. They are definitely bronzey and whilst not the most pigmented shadows I’ve ever tried, there is definite colour pay off. And the packaging is beautiful.


I struggle with mascaras because I never seem to find one that I love but this surprised me. It coats my lashes evenly and the brush is big enough to separate them and lengthen them. Waterproof formulas work best for me because my difficult lashes are one of my biggest insecurities so I need it to last. It wasn’t too hard to remove either. I love the formula and paired with the lashes below, it worked a dream.


I love wearing eyelashes and what made this product such a stand out for me is how much they remind me of the Ardell Wispies that are my holy grail falsies. The style is very similar, natural but long and wispy and kind of messy looking. The invisible lash band just makes them easier to apply without eyeliner and they stayed put all day with the glue that was provided.

Whilst some of these products didn’t suit me, I really loved having some fun and trying out some affordable but incredibly versatile products from Technic. I’ll be sure to look out for more of their stuff in the future!

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