It’s good but I don’t think that it helps with longevity. It’s good to hydrate and it smells nice. It would definitely soften an overly matte foundation. It’s expensive and I think there are alternatives that are cheaper.
So good for transition colors, not expensive, and you cannot have too many. I use this everyday and it’s a great value for your money. Best for blending light transitions and I would buy 20 if I could afford it
This doesn’t blow my mind. I prefer one with a color like a concealer. This is okay, but for the price you could just get a 2$ wet n wild concealer and it covers more. I think shadow sticks to it ok, but there are better brands like angel veil and p Louise.
This seems expensive, but let me tell you. The flavors can’t be beat, the jar is triple the size of a drugstore scrub, and the oils are so hydrating it feels like you put on a balm. Grab some if this during a sale in your fave dessert flavor, you will not be disappointed.
This is a great cream for night time to hydrate and firm the skin. I don’t use it for day time because it’s a bit too thick for me, but I have noticed smoother more elastic skin. It’s also great to combat dryness.
If you find a shade in this that you love and will wear nearly everyday, it’s worth the price. It doesn’t quit- this stuff says on until you take it off and it is so vibrant and creaseless. The champagne color is a great everyday lid color.
Good for the top of the lid, but I wouldn’t use this on my waterline. I actually like to put it all over the lid for a glittery finish that doesn’t budge. I prefer the matte pencils for liner uses. This is still so pretty.