This is my holy grail shaving product. I use it on anywhere I shave. I haven’t gotten razor burn once since I’ve started using it. A big tube usually lasts me 4-6 months. It makes my skin ridiculously soft. I actually use it after my conditioner every now and then and rinse it out, too. I use the pink paradise scent and it smells fantastic.
I really love this palette. There are some beautiful shades in there. I think a few of the shades are similar to ones in Huda Beauty’s Desert Dusk palette, making it a very interesting alternative to something like that at a much cheaper price. I will warn you that the red shade applies as a very vibrant pink. I was very disappointed my first time using this palette for that, but now that I know, I reach for this palette all the time. You can create beautiful day or night looks with it. I received mine in my BoxyCharm and am very pleased with it.
I love this palette so much. These are some of the most beautiful shadows I’ve ever seen, let alone used. They’re very soft and buttery shades. Some of those pearly shades look best over other shades. I would recommend either using fingers to apply those ones and the duo-chrome shades, which I also think look good over another shade. Be careful with cosmo, as it’s literally glitter. Use a glitter primer for that shade and I recommend using a damp brush or a finger tip for this. Pat it on the lid very well, so that it stays. That’s the one shade I would say you have to be very light when getting it onto the brush. It will move around fairly easily inside the palette. Overall, these are unique and beautiful shades. I do think a couple of cheaper and similar options would be getting a glitter in a similar shade to Cosmo and the Colourpop Element of Surprise palette. It’s a smaller palette, but is has a few similar shades and pretty great quality for the price point. I know Bad Habit Beauty has a pretty precise dupe for this palette, as well, but I have not tried it. I paid full-price for this palette. As much as I love it, I don’t use it enough to really validate the price. I also am very much a homebody lately and don’t wear dramatic makeup to work.
This is my go-to palette. The formula of these shadows is flawless. They’re buttery soft and blend beautifully. There’s little fallout. I usually wear the Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion underneath it. I have not had issues with creasing if I do so. If I don’t wear a primer with the shadows, I usually have some creasing after a few hours. If I use a primer and a setting spray, I could go to sleep and wake up with wearable eye shadow, despite my oily lids.
I really wanted to like this product. I think it’s okay. It’s nothing extraordinary. On the positive side, I think it smells absolutely wonderful. It’s safe for color-treated hair, paraben-free, and pH-balanced. It’s arguably good for the price point. On the negative side, I just don’t think I was impressed with the conditioning aspect. It didn’t detangle my hair very well. It didn’t make my hair especially soft. It wasn’t terrible. I would certainly use it over V05 or other products like that. I might reach for it if I catch a good sale. I just personally prefer to spend a few bucks more and get a much better quality conditioner.
This shampoo lathers up very nicely and does a decent job of cleaning my hair. It is not marketed as a clarifying or deep cleansing shampoo, so it doesn’t take off any of the mineral buildup my hair gets at the scalp from the hard water where I live. I typically have to use a clarifying or deep cleansing shampoo once a week or so in place of this that day. I love that it is paraben-free and pH-balanced. I have color-treated red hair, which tends to fade if I use a harsh shampoo. This did not make it fade quickly at all. I also think it smells wonderful.
This setting spray is fantastic and surprisingly affordable for how good it is. As much as I cannot stand sleeping in makeup, there unfortunately have been a couple of instances that I have and it will only take a minimal touch-up to make it look exactly as it did the night before. I have combination skin and I’ve found that this keeps my oily areas fairly matte still. I usually also use a setting powder to bake a little before I apply this.
These are my absolute favorite drugstore lashes. They work great with the Ardell glue. I usually cut just a little bit off to make them fit my eyes. They hold up well and I can usually get 3 wears out of them if I’m careful. I get a lot of compliments when I wear these.
I really loved the way these looked in the packaging and they do look very beautiful when worn, but I unfortunately had a lot of trouble getting them to stick in place. I probably would not purchase these again. I’ve found that the Kiss and Ardell lashes are much better for the drugstore price point.