Collection haven't just launched a new product for the new year, they've gone one better and launched a whole new range. The Collection You Do You range is the brand's more minimalist makeup range, which is giving us serious Glossier vibes.
The packaging on every product is very minimalistic with white tubes and bottles, grey writing and lowercase branding. The product which caught our eye the most is the Collection You Do You Cheek & Eye Tint, as the idea of a product you can use both on the eyes and cheeks is pretty innovative.
Collection You Do You Cheek & Eye Tint
The Collection You Do You Cheek & Eye Tint is a multi-use product, giving you a natural flush of colour for both the cheeks, and the eyes with a creamy formula that melts into the skin.
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The Collection You Do You Cheek & Eye Tint is available in two shades; Flush and Bare, contain 9ml of product and are £4.99 each. The tints come in a small, white, squeezy plastic tube with a narrow nozzle.
When I first saw them I did wonder whether they'd have packaging similar to the Glossier Cloud Paints, but the Cloud Paints don't have nozzles like these. I think the nozzle makes application a little easier, as you can control the amount of product you squeeze out.
The shade Bare looks to be a peach shade, whereas Flush is a petal pink. I can't find proper swatches online, so I don't know if they contain shimmer.
The promo photos show strokes of colour for the two shades, so I imagine the shades will look like that. I have to admit the peach and pink shades aren't necessarily something you'd use for the eyes, but it'll be interesting to see what they look like on the skin.