I am a neuro student at NYU and I have a passion for audiology as well as makeup freelancing. I love food and to have fun. Lately I am trying hard to stay fit and it has been a struggle but little by little I shall improve
Amazing for the skin where it really treats the different types of acne on your face especially sebum and active acne. I noticed that my skin wasn't itchy and having flare ups. Definitely had a nice glow to my skin since it was removing dead skin cells
I love how this cream Makes my skin feel. It is very hydrating but feels light weight. I tried it at ulta and loved it so much and once I used it for a week I noticed my skin was more suple and hydrated. I would definitely recommend you give it a try
Honestly this a great affordable setting powder to bake the under eye and T zone to set the concealed areas and to avoid oily skin that will mess up your makeup. A little goes a long way and I haven't noticed any flashback when using it. The trick to melt it in the skin after you bake is grab a wet beauty blender with setting spray on it and dab softly on top of the baked areas the sponge. It will melt the powder right into the skin and set the makeup even more
Review for: Golden (medium w/olive undertones) more...
So golden is the perfect shade for my skin tone in the winter because I am more on the tan side but not super tan. The trick to blending this foundation well is prepping the face with a good hydrating moisturizer and applying before hand some a good glycerin based setting spray. Then to blend use a oval flat round brush and pat into the skin. Then spray again setting spray and continue with concealer and the rest of your makeup routine
It's honestly such a unique glow kit that if you get it you will use it all the time. It has shades for your lid , LYRA which has a rose gold undertone with pink tones in it for inner corner and even cheek highlight. All shades are super pigmented and I love it. Check out my picture to see how it looks on me and on my Instagram: Catthe1st you can see certain tutorials where I used this.