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My Current Obsession: Tower 28 Review

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I’ve been super excited to give you all an honest Tower 28 review! I stumbled upon their brand around the beginning of summer when I was walking around in Sephora.

Their products just gave off a summer vibe and that’s exactly what I needed. I like doing my makeup in the summer, but I usually like to keep it simple.

Tower 28’s products are so easy to use and look fabulous on the skin. If you have sensitive skin, these are perfect for you!

My skin isn’t extremely sensitive but I do have to keep an eye out for certain ingredients in the products I pick. As of now, Tower 28 products have worked like a dream!

If you’re on the sensitive side (or even if you’re not) and you’re looking for staple products for the glowy summer look, keep reading for an honest Tower 28 beauty review.

About Tower 28 Beauty

Did you know that Tower 28 is named after a lifeguard tower out in SoCal? This amazing brand was created in Santa Monica, California to have more products for sensitive skin out in the market!

Tower 28 is an AAPI-owned beauty brand. Amy the founder worked for years as a beauty executive and found herself frustrated that there weren’t many products for her—I feel you girl. The brand places huge importance on healthy ingredients that work for all skin types.

Their mission is amazing and their packaging is gorgeous—what are you waiting for? They’re also the only makeup brand to fully comply with the National Eczema Association ingredient guidelines!

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Tower 28 Products You Absolutely Need

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1. ShineOn Milky Lip Jelly Gloss

I used to see this lip gloss everywhere on TikTok, so when I finally found it in the store I was sooo excited! This lip gloss reminds me of one that I loved back in the day.

It has a high-shine finish that looks so flattering on the lips. Along with that, their shade range is so pretty.

The shade Wild has to be one of my favorites, it looks gorgeous on any skin tone! What I love is that it feels super hydrating on the lips and not just sticky.

It almost feels like I’m applying a hydrating tinted balm, but it’s a gloss. Even with no makeup on, it gives your face a nice pop of color.

If you’re a fan of shades that have some shimmer to them, they have a clear gloss with gold shimmer that looks great in the sunlight!

This reminds me of a lip jelly that I owned in the past. If you’re into those type of lip products, give this a try!

Tower 28 Review, by lifestyle blogger What The Fab
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2. SOS Daily Rescue Facial Spray

After stumbling on the famous lip gloss, I found myself looking at the Tower 28 display and wanting everything. I let myself grab a couple of items but this one had to be one that I was very excited for.

Their SOS Daily Rescue spray works wonders on my skin. You apply it both day and night after washing your face but before applying moisturizer.

After a couple of weeks of use, I can honestly say that this product has been doing wonders for my skin. I haven’t had any pesky breakouts in a while—thank you Tower 28, ily.

My skin hasn’t been as red ever since I started using this and I don’t think it’s a coincidence. I will be re-purchasing this item.

It’s good to take a chance on products. If you have acne prone skin, definitely give this product a chance—it has amazing reviews for a reason!

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3. BeachPlease Lip + Cheek Cream Blush

I won’t lie, I simply purchased this cream blush because the packaging was cute and reminded me of the play makeup we had as kids. However, this product is nothing to play around with—it is sooo good.

I can’t imagine my summer makeup routine without it. The product blends like a dream leaving me with an effortless subtle pop of color on my face.

I purchased the Beachplease luminous tinted balm in the shade Power Hour, which is a lovely terracotta shade. It blends seamlessly and pairs so well with their bronzer which I’ll be talking about next!

I’m not sure how it would pair with my skin tone but I’m looking at buying the Berry shade next!

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4. Bronzino Illuminating Cream Bronzer

This bronzer is heaven sent—there are no other words for this bronzer. It blends like a dream just like the blush and gives you such a beautiful sun-kissed look.

It’s not your typical cream bronzer since it has some sparkle in it for an extra glow. I found myself having to warm it up with my finger a little bit and after that it blends out soo good.

This bronzer is perfect for the summer since it gives you a hydrated glowy look—don’t we all want that? I’ve heard that some of the lighter shades work as a highlighter and I’m looking forward to seeing if it is true!

I’m glad Tower 28 caught my eye at the store. I can’t imagine my summer routine without it!

I love these products so much and I’m very excited to try other products. Something I’m super excited to try is their tinted mineral sunscreen foundation called SunnyDays SPF 30 and their foundation that they teamed up with makeup artist Kirin Bhatty for.

If you want to have the perfect sun-kissed look from the West Coast, check Tower 28 out immediately!

Are you ready to perfect your summer makeup look with these Tower 28 products? Tag me @wtfab if you decide to purchase any of these!

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Is Tower 28 great for oily skin?

My skin tends to be on the oily side during the summer and I have no issue with their products. Go out and give them a try!

Is there any special care needed for these makeup products?

Nothing special is needed, just make sure your cream products are stored in a cool and dry area. You wouldn’t want the sun or heat melting them!

Is Tower 28 cruelty free?

The brand is cruelty free, they are even PETA certified! Along with that, they are also vegan.

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