Didn’t understand the hype until I bought them for myself. Truly feel a million times different than regular cotton pads. Pick these up during a Sephora Beauty Insider sale to save a few bucks. So soft! Also, they don’t irritate my sensitive skin.
This is everything it claims to be: a gentle exfoliating powder that is actually gentle. It also lasts forever. The powder lathers up beautifully once wet, but don’t rub for too long (about 20 seconds as directed). This is a lovely way to exfoliate. Worth the price tag.
Nice scrub to use for exfoliation or before a mask. Nothing incredibly special. It will make your face feel clean. The scent is strong, if you’re sensitive to tea tree. There are physically exfoliating beads, in case that is/is not your preference.
The smell of this is divine. It’s a nourishing cream. I use it for smoothing purposes and to make my hair feel silky. It’s super pricey, but the bigger bottle has a better value than the travel-sized bottle. I first tried it at a salon, then bought it at a discount store for a cheaper price. It’s a nice splurge, but nothing you couldn’t find a dupe for.
This is a fine hair cream. It’s better than using a gel. I use it to tame flyaways. It’s not super strong in it’s holding power, though. Smells nice, like everything from this brand. Don’t waste your money on this if you’re looking for a strong styling gel.
Nice nourishing cream for the ends of damp hair. My hair is fine and prone to split ends, so I use this after a fresh haircut. The smell is nice and the bottle last forever. I don’t find any added greasiness after use, either.
Don’t waste your money on expensive loose setting powders anymore! This works so well and is so affordable. Also, you get a nice amount of product so it lasts a while. Works just as well as more expensive powders.
I don’t know why this palette got lackluster reviews because it’s nice! The colors are pigmented. The metallics works better with a wet brush for a foiled look, or work on a dry finger for a topper. The mattes are smooth. Not a bad way to try Natasha Denona. If you like these colors, it’s a worthwhile purchase.
The packaging is really outstanding and luxe. The mattes are pigmented and blend fine for me. The shimmers I’ve used aren’t crazy foiled, but work well as a topper. I bought this on sale, luckily. Don’t think it’s worth the $129 price tag at all. Also, the colors fade on my oily lids by the end of a long day (even with my fave lid primer).