It definitely gets rid of your nail polish and a lot faster than the directions say. But my problem is that it's TOO strong. It damaged my nails. After, my nails were insanely dry and some had like scratches on them from where it destroyed my nail. I didn't even use the bristles. If you have really strong healthy nails then maybe this won't be as much of a problem. My nails were average but definitely don't buy if you have brittle nails. It's best for glitter polish since that needs the extra strength but for regular nail polish, it's way too strong and damaging, at least on my nails it was.
It works well enough but it isn't aggressive. If you press down even slightly, it stops rotating, and this also makes it take forever because you can't speed it up. So you have to sit there with it lightly touching your skin for a veryyyy long time.
It's also so loud. My roommate thought I was drilling something. It didn't seem all that loud to me when I was using it, but if people who live near you mistake it for construction, you know it's loud.
You have to do it over a tub because it doesn't collect the dust.
You have to replace the roller after a few uses.
The results (as with other foot file products) are very temporary and walking around barefoot will just cause your feet to go back to the way they were after a few days.
It's overhyped and comes with all these frustrations, but it does its job well enough, so it's only a matter of is it worth the money to you.
This is a great cleanser and I don't understand some of these negative reviews. It specifically says its gentle and for sensitive skin. So reviews who say it isn't strong enough are expecting something that this product isn't made for. It supposed to be a gentle cleanser, not a harsh stripping cleanser. And it leaves my skin feeling fresh and soft and clean. It smells great. Fresh products are all naturally scented. No its not your super fruity shower gel from bath and body works, but those aren't natural and contain parabens which shouldn't be put on the skin on your face.
Not full coverage, but I prefer it over concealer because concealer, although it can cover dark circles, is cakey because you need quite a bit to cover. The cakiness causes creases and wrinkles. No matter your age or your face firmess, creases will form under eyes because of how you move your face throughout the day. Squinting, smiling, laughing, talking. These cause your makeup to crease because your skin is moving and displacing the makeup. It may look good when you put it on but by the end of the day you have these wrinkles under your eyes. And this makes you look tired and older, which defeats the point of concealing dark circles in the first place. I know people saying baking your face immediately after applying concealer fixes this but I've found it just slightly slows down the creasing process.
My dark circles aren't that bad, just slightly dark so I prefer color correcting over the cakiness.
I got these in the peach and green. I like the peach but the green is AWFUL. It goes on bright green and doesn't blend out enough. I used it on the redness I get on my chin. Even with the tiniest bit, it stayed with a green tint unless I blended it out so much and by doing so, it provided absolutely no color correcting to my redness. If you use more, you look like you have a five-o-clock shadow (the color of under eye circles or bruises, but on my chin), even with foundation on top. Ironically, i had to go over it with the peach to remove the bruised effect that it left.
It could be bc I'm pale so I used it on my tanner arm and now I have a realistic bruise on my arm.
Positive reviews say they had to use full coverage foundation on top to undo green tint, but whats the point since full coverage covers redness anyways
I LOVE this lip gloss. Color: The color is a gorgeous pinky peachy natural color, with just the perfect amount of shine.
Plumping: It causes a cooling tingling effect which is supposed to plump your lips. I don't notice much but I think it's supposed to be for people with creases and lines in their lips for filling them out rather than for overall plumping. This is my first plumping product I've ever used so I am not sure how it compares.
Texture: It's a bit sticky but not any more so than a typical lip gloss. The stickiness actually wears off after a little, but the pigment and gloss stay on for quite a long time.
It's my new favorite lip gloss. There are SOOO MANY shades. It's crazy. It took me like 40 minutes to narrow it down to one, but after experiencing how great this one is, I will definitely pick up some of the other shades.