Embrace your inner child with a fuzzy nostalgic Care Bears makeup collection! SheGlam brought us a new fun boxed collection featuring the 80’s version of Care Bears. And when I say fuzzy, the items are literally fuzzy in brights and pastel colors!
I was a child of the 80s, so I had a few Care Bears toys. Most notably a toy chest. My family wasn’t respectful of me and threw it out against my wishes even when I took it back. Back in the trash it went while I was at school! If it’s nostalgic to my early 80’s childhood, I am going to want it as an adult, to make up for what was taken from me. It’s finding solace in items that brought happiness, when my early life was very traumatic. Buying stuff like this helps me to reconnect with that sense of security that I wish I had. I see it s a way to reclaim myself. If it seems juvenile to someone else, that’s fine. If you think it’s stupid and for children, then you obviously don’t need it in your life.
It certainly looks like many people want Care Bears makeup! My most popular posts on Pinterest are of the Care Bears Wet N Wild collection from 2022. I have gotten so many comments asking where to buy them! You’ll need a time machine, unfortunately. That collection came out two years ago. I even stated in my post that it wasn’t an easy collection to get. But with SheGlam, you can purchase this as I write this! (Please do check the date because sometimes people miss that detail.) I have been sitting on this post since before I left for Blizzcon, and a few months later it is still available!
Care Bears Collection Set- $54.99
The whole collection can be obtained at a reasonable price or you can buy each item individually, which is always nice to have options! I am glad to get everything for a reasonable price.
Share Your Care Palette,$9.99The embossed pans kind of look like Flintstones vitamins to me! It’s kinda sad to brush their faces away because they are pretty cute! But it’s a waste of money to not use them, so I am using ’em! The speckled shades are why we make swatches! They’re metallic and make the palette more interesting!
Seeing the eyeshadows all swatched, I like the color story even better. There only being one dark shade may pose as a challenge, but that’s what other palettes are for.
Cuddle Time Blush, $5.49 each
Fab-U-Lous– cool pink
Tickled Pink -rusty mauve
The blushes are the real winners of this collection. These may be pigmented enough for darker skin tones. (I say this without actually swatching it on someone.) On me, they’re pretty pigmented, and I like the shades, especially the coral one called Thrill Seeker. When I have been wanting a heavier blush-day, I went for this one. It’s not subtle, but it’s super flatting and make my fair olive skin tone look alive.
Share A Smile Lip Set,$10.99This set comes with a pouch that comes with three lip products, which can be used as a coin purse. Grumpy Bear’s face expresses how I feel about two of the shades looking the same. Cheer Bear could have easily been pink!
This collection is so fuzzy that I managed to get fuzzies all over my products!I am disappointed in two of the lip colors. The clear glitter gloss is something I’ll use, since it’s non-offensive. But the lip colors I won’t. I tried them on and it’s just not for me. The shades are plenty pigmented, but they’re very unflattering on my coloring. The worst offense is that they are similar. I can see they they aren’t the same yet…. they look the same. Why they didn’t go with a completely different shade is beyond me! We have tangerine and coral. But… they could have made the Cheer Bear color, pink! Oh well, the packaging is super cute.
Sweet Wishes Colored Eyeliner, $3.99
The eyeliner packaging is trippy because they’re fuzzy. They didn’t need to be fuzzy, but yet here they are.
The white and lilac eyeliners are shades I’ll use. I wish the lilac was more intense. The green isn’t something I go for, maybe for St Patrick’s Day. But otherwise, it’s not a shade I go for. But if it has to be green I would have liked a mint, but it doesn’t go with Lucky. I would have preferred a brighter green than an olive, which is my least favorite color.
I love purple, but would find lot more use in a darker purple than the lavender. BUT that would not match Share Bear! It’s unfortunately the weakest of the formulas. It cannot be dried out already because it’s new!
Catch Some Fun Highlighting Puff, $4.99
This is a glitter puff for your body. The product is inside the puff and you have to smack at your body to get it out, but it works! I recommend applying this to your shoulders and clavicles.
I don’t know if this was sold individually. But as of writing this, it was only included in the box.
Due to the hand held mirror being fuzzy…. you can’t see much of the mirror. It’s just… a novelty. These fuzzies are getting everywhere! Looks like I didn’t even clean the table when I did! Over the years these fuzzy products are going to collect so much dust! (Especially at my vanity where there is powder flying everywhere!) I have to make sure I don’t leave them out in the open unless I want them to be disgusting.
Much discussion has been happening about how trustworthy SheGlam makeup is. The working conditions of SheIn is known to be sketchy. However, I know nothing about the factory for SheGlam, which is likely to be a different facility. I cannot say anything about that because I just don’t know. As for the quality of the makeup itself, I’ve purchased a few collections and I have had no bad reactions to any of the makeup. Everyone is allowed to make their own decision when it comes to spending their money and choosing what goes on their face. There are certainly counterfeit makeup products I would never in a million years, touch! I assume anyone searching for this post is looking for an honest review, and I can tell you all from my experience, I have never had any negative effects from using SheGlam makeup products. If you still don’t trust it, you absolutely have the right to choose what products you use. If you are concerned about the working conditions of the SheGlam workers, you will want to do research on that.
Disclaimer: This post is not sponsored. I purchased this collection myself with my own money. There are no affiliate links.