Where would my skin be without this in the winter? I am so grateful to have found this oil when I did... My skin absorbes it beautifully, it lasts a lifetime and it's so cheap! Maybe the only bad thing it's the smell? But you get used to it, and it's completely understandable because they don't use perfume. It's definitely a "desert island" product for me and I'm not removing it from my night skincare routine anytime soon.
It's a nice leave in conditioner, but that's all. I can't compare it to my Not Your Mother's Royal Honey & Kalahari Dessert Melon Leave in Conditioner, which is amazing. This has your typical L'Oreal hair product smell. I'm giving it 3 stars because I have fine hair. And they claim this protects your hair from the heat. I use about an amount of about the size of a pea, and then when I'm going to straighten my hair, it looks kinda greasy. I have a short bob, fine hair and not a lot of it, so I definitely don't want it to look weighted down.
I've been using this cleanser for about 5 months or so, every single night and I love it. My skin feels super clean, I haven't had any major breakouts caused by it. And the best part is I even got it on discount for about half its price! The only thing I don't really like it's that sometimes it feels way too stiff when you're applying it. I have to warm it up between my fingers, add a drop of water and then spread it. It removes all my make up. And then I add more water to kinda emulsify it, so then I can wash my face with lukewarm water.
Nice color selection... And pricing. Other than that, I'm disappointed. I've owned palettes with better quality on a similar price range. People keep saying that for the price, you can't do better, but I don't think that's true. These aren't very pigmented and they blend to practically nothing. Also, I think it could use a brown shade with a red undertone for a black smokey eye.
I'd like to say that I was very impressed, and not for good, when I first opened this serum and it smelled like perfume! You'd expect something a lot more high end skincare product feel and smell to it. Texture wise is rather slippy and very light on the skin. And after it dries, you're left with a slightly sticky feeling. I think it's that stickiness what creates such a perfect canvas for makeup after you've moisturized. However, I do notice how it lets my natural oils come through. So, if you rather be matte and have oily skin, maybe don't go for this specific serum. My theory might seem crazy, but I've used serums that control my oiliness. Other than that, you're left with a very fresh look. My skin looks healthy after using this for a week every morning. I haven't had any breakouts or dry spots after adding this product to my everyday routine.
I saw this on sale two months ago and I finally decided to try it. My skin is oily and acne prone, so I'm always wary when I buy a new product for my face.
However, this micellar water is really soft, and my skin has never been better. Because it cleanses and tones sometimes I add it to my routine without even needing the cleansing part, just as a toner and my makeup still looks nice.
Convenience wise, I guess it's easier to just take a makeup wipe and go to bed, but this gives much better results, as it removes all the makeup and dirt from your face.
Since Influenster doesn't have the spray option available here, I'm gonna leave my review on this page, but keep in mind I'm reviewing the SPRAY.
Well, I have nothing but good things to say about this. After trying several depilatory gels made for women ( and having no success on my hair removal experience, I decided to buy the male version because, let's be honest here: male versions of hair removal products are usually more effective, cheaper and better overall than female ones. And boy, oh boy, was I right.
First, price wise, the spray it's considerably cheaper than the gel, and waaay cheaper than the female targeted gel. I don't know if it's because they're trying to sell the product (I think it's new). But if that's the reason, get yours while you can.
Not convinced yet? Let's move on to the application. You apply it like a spray deodorant, so it takes like 0.5 seconds, unlike the gels, that take forever to apply and you can feel the skin burning before you've even finished applying it. Also, I have tons of skin allergies and guess what? My skin has been great so far! No itchiness, redness or damaged spots. As a plus, I don't take the time because I feel on my skin when the product is done working.
At last, I want to mention the most important topic. Did it remove my hair? Sorta. I have very soft spots and some stubbles at the same time. Either way, I can live with some hair if that guarantees my skin is healthy. I might be biased, but I think my hair takes more time to grow when I use this product.
These are absolutely flawless! I was looking for a very summery, cheap color and stumbled upon number 300, Glaston-berry. I'm sold. I thought they wouldn't last two days, but even after four, five days, you can still get away with them before having to paint your nails again. I don't really know if they dry in 60 seconds, but they do dry fairly quickly. The brush is a-mazing! Kinda flat and just as wide as a regular nail. I highly recommend them.
Man, this is pretty. Summer time is around the corner and I don't think there's a better way to honor the skin than with this Rimmel London Natural Bronzer. Now, I've heard some people use this for contouring, I can't get away with that because I'm not that fair skinned, and I don't really see how it could work, because it has a crazy amount of shimmer! With that said, it is beautifully formulated, goes on smoothly and not patchy and usually works for a lot of skin tones. Very light. I hasn't caused me to breakout around my cheeks (a lot of powder products clog my pores and make me breakout). It is really long lasting on me eventhough I have combo skin. About the packaging: I don't think you could get a mirror for this price, but it does have a nice amount of product (but you have to build the color up!)