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Thursday, July 21, 2011

Lucky 107 Review, Swatches and a Giveaway!

Rebecca from Lucky 107  recently sent me a package of products to review 
  I tried a pigment from this company last year
and was not too impressed. I had heard she improved her pigments and 
noticed that a lot of people were loving the pigments so I happily agreed to 
do a review!

Rebecca really outdoes herself with packaging!
The products came in a box instead of a bubble mailer
which is nice but what makes this special is that
she hand draws art on each and every box that goes out!!
Now that is dedication!!!
Inside my box ( that sounded dirty, sorry)
The product packaging is awesome!!
Everything looked so cute!!!
Also included was a packing slip, a handwritten note card,
business cards and a brochure that contained product
and company information.
The brochure is a nice professional touch.

My goodies!!

This is a lotion bar that is scented with Red Rose, Thyme and
Vanilla. I have never used a lotion bar before so I can't really
judge if this is a good one or not. The formula was nice and
absorbed well though.

Lip Balm - I thought this lip balm was nice. It had a smooth, light
non greasy or waxy formula.
Lip Balms and Glosses are priced at $4.00 and can be seen here.

 Iris - MnG in a Jar
Cliffhanger -Backstabber
Top label on the pigment jars.
All the jars were shrinked wrapped but lacked
sifter seals. This was not an issue to me though.
Bottom labeling. 
This labels contains every bit of information you need to know.
Color, whether or not it is lip safe, ingredients, where it was made
and a handy dandy warning! A+ for this label!!
Pigments are $3.75 which is insane cheap. I am not sure if this
is regular price or a sale though. Samples are only $1.50!


Swatches in sunlight.

Here is a look I did using MnG in a Jar, Backstabber and
Overall I really liked the pigments. I thought they were easy to apply,
very opaque, blended nicely and had great staying power.
They did not crease or "melt" away.

I was also sent a pot of "Concrete" primer.
I followed the directions and applied it to my eyelids before
my base and pigments. It has a nice formula that was
easy to apply to the eye area. I was pleasantly
surprised by this primer. After 8+ hours of wear I had
no creasing and my makeup still looked great.
I tried finding the product listing so I could link you but
I was unable to.

Overall thoughts?
I am VERY happy with the changes to this company.
The products are great and the packaging
is perfect. The pricing seems to be way below average
which is AWESOME!!
Lucky 107 has a very wide product assortment available
through their Artfire shop.
Check them out!!

Have you tried Lucky 107?
If so, what did you think?

Head on over to my facebook page to get in on
a quick Lucky 107 giveaway!
One lucky follower will win a Spring Collection sample set!

Once again, Thank you so much for reading!


  1. Cliffhanger and backstabber are beautiful!

  2. I was very impressed with Lucky 107. I didn't notice, but I was overcharged 75 cents for shipping. She was kind enough to refund me this without having it requested.

    That kind of customer service really sets a company apart.

  3. yay! SWATCHES! <3 i've heard some good reviews about this company. im thinkin i need Iris and MnG in a Jar lol great review <3