March 5, 2019

Bare Minerals Floral Utopia Brings Bright Colors for Spring 2019

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Bare Minerals Floral Utopia for Spring 2019 has launched and it brings some beautiful bright colored eyeshadows, blushes, and lipglosses together. It’s actually giving me Wet n Wild Flights of Fancy vibes especially the lipglosses that look a little like the Flights of Fancy Coloricon Lipgloss!

I think it’s quite a pretty Spring Collection and does give me vibes of the season! We don’t see many collections like this lately. Everyone seems to force feed palettes down our throats. It’s nice to see an entire release of products that compliment each other and are suitable for the season their are released in!

Let’s take a look at this limited edition collection!

Bare Minerals Floral Utopia Gen Nude Patent Lip Lacquer $20
Gorgeous full color lipglosses that add shine and color to lips!


  • Orchid-ing Around
  • Put Tulips Together
  • Hibiscus Bye-Biscus

Bare Minerals Floral Utopia Brush Trio $45
A limited edition set of three brushes for face and eyes with purple ombre handles to celebrate Spring!

Bare Minerals Floral Utopia Gen Nude Eyeshadow Palette $30
A limited edition Gen Nude Eyeshadow Palette that contains six shades inspired by the blooms of Spring!


  • Daisy & Confused (matte golden peach)
  • Sweet Cherry Blossom (shimmery golden pink)
  • Stay Golden Poppy (shimmery warm pink)
  • Red Red Roses (matte cool muted red)
  • Dark Dahlia (matte deep plum)
  • Dusty Violet (metallic smoky purple)

Bare Minerals Floral Utopia Gen Nude Powder Blush $25
Fresh floral-inspired shades blush shades with a silky smooth formula that give cheeks a pop of Spring!


  • I’m Freesia
  • Tropical Orchid
  • Blooming Poppy

Coming Soon To

Nordstrom Ulta Sephora

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  • courtney

    my eyes immediately are drawn to those blushes. and that packaging is so eye-catching to me! Blooming Poppy has my name written all over it.

      • kjh

        Moi Aussi. Still haven’t scored a Gen Nude blush. Like the smaller palette, and the Aurora is prob my fave neutral palette, so I guess I like the eye formula. Bad Buying Moon Rising.

        • Agona

          OMG, yeah, Aurora Lights is my fav palette of all time, currently.

  • Christina

    Oh geez, Muse, I’m going to be broke. I like floral packaging, and between this, MAC, and Etude House, I’m going to be so broke!! LOL!

      • Christina

        Wait, what’s that chapstick looking thing? Is it an iridescent chapstick? A highlighter stick?

          • Agona

            I can’t get into stick face makeup! Seems like it would get dirty? Dry out? I don’t know! For some reason, stick makeup doesn’t appeal to me. But technically, eyeliner is a “stick”. Lip crayons are “sticks”. I don’t know why face “sticks” weird me out?

  • Agona

    I love this collection; I’m waiting for it to hit Ulta so I can use my points. The funny thing is that I’m more of a pink cheeks and lips (or red lips) kind of girl but BM usually nails their undertones that everything they make is so darn wearable and user-friendly, so I might buy them all the blushes and lippies and of course, the palette.

    BTW, so weird thing, I bought the palette on eBay a month ago. I had no idea what it was and held off on using it. I think it’s a prototype that got scrapped because the packaging looks the same but most of the shades are different. Probably sold by an employee in development that wasn’t supposed to?

  • Carol G

    Very pretty blushes and lipglosses! A return to pretty, wearable, soft colors for Spring. A welcome change in my book…and no matte lip products! Score!

    • Agona

      Yeah, the matte lip trend cannot go away fast enough. It makes my lips feel dry just even thinking about it.

  • Alix

    I’m all over that gloss, provided it doesn’t have the nauseating vanilla scent of BM’s usual glosses.

    • Agona

      I’ve tried their lip lacquer formula before and I can’t remember there being a scent. It’s their opaque gloss formula that you can wear in lieu of lipstick but the couple that I tried previously were all nudes so I wasn’t a big fan of the color because it gave me zombie lips. Other than being tackier than their glosses (which I don’t mind because I feel like tackier products last longer on the lips), I can’t remember much about it.

  • Penny

    I snapped up the Eye shadow, a blush and a lipgloss the moment I saw these products while browsing on their website one day! Looooove the packaging and the products are even prettier in person! β™₯

  • Silvia

    Pretty design! I’d love to get those three blushes will look for swatches but the eyeshadow palette looks like blush shades to me. Lol!
    I got the WetnWild collection it does look similar but pretty indeed!

  • Mariele Storm

    I hope the glosses are like the buttercream glosses, omg, those were to DIE for. That being said, this whole collection is gorgeous and I really want to see it in person. I am ready for Spring! I’m so tired of having to walk on ice for 40 minutes each way to class.

    • Agona

      For me, their lip lacquer formula felt tackier and thicker than the buttercream lip glosses but they are more opaque so I don’t feel like I need to put a lipstick underneath.

      • Mariele Storm

        Interesting, thanks! I still do the whole “line lips with brush, fill in, blot off and reapply 3x” routine, so opaqueness of a gloss is never an issue for me, but I do admit that I loved the scent + flavor of the original buttercream glosses. Maybe these’ll still have them.