I am a lip gloss lover. It isn't hard to get me to like a gloss. My aunt gave me one of these for Christmas. I do really like it. It's slippy, not sticky, and loaded with pigment. You don't have to put on a whole lot on to make it completely opaque.
The Masquerade Palette is one of my Holy Grail products, no matter the size. When I use it, I don't need much, if anything, else to complete the look. You'll like it if you like day to night looks, pops of color, and foiled Metallics. This is the only Palette I need when I do pride flags on my friends (bi pride is pink blue and purple). If you don't go through shadow quickly, go for the mini, there is no difference in formula. The pans are just smaller.
As a big fan of Juvia's Place, I will of course be giving this 5 stars. The pigment is intense, so go with a loosely packed brush. This blush palette is catered toward light to medium tones and it has everything from 2 bronzing and contour shades, 2 hilights (the pink one, for medium skin, could be used as a blush on light skin tones) and 2 matte blushes. Don't go into these with a heavy hand unless you are going for theatrical, drag, or clown-like makeup. You just need a little, which makes this palette Last a super long time.
Juvia's Place happens to be my favorite brand in terms of formula and pigmentation. This particular palette isn't my favorite on its own. I see it as the Nubian palette's fun, smokey little sister. Nubian II bothers Nubian to bring her to all of the parties. Nubian will let Nubian II come with as a companion because she's interesting with colors like gold, blue, and maroon. I really do like this palette a lot, but I recommend that you pair it with a palette that has all matte neutrals or without the first Nubian. The formula is great, especially if you have deep skin and love smokey looks.
I got this Herbal Essences Blue Ginger Conditioner in a VoxBox. I switched from another conditioner to this one to see how well it worked on my hair. I do feel that my naturally wavy to curly hair looks much more lush and healthy.
I was sent this Shampoo in a Voxbox. It has a nice lather and cleans well. I think the Micellar water helped with that. It cleaned, but didn't make my hair frizzy. I think the ingredients are really unique. The kelp especially appealed to me. I'm a sucker for the ingredients from the sea. That is neither here nor there on performance. I just like that. Herbal Essences Micellar Water & Blue Ginger Shampoo
I didn't feel like is did much at all. I like Milani as a brabe and I want to support them. I can't honestly say that it did anything except for when I layered a ton on and that defeats the point of a finishing powder if you ask me. Sadly, I don't recomend this powder. I'll probably be trying a NYX powder next.
I got a Dremel for Christmas. It was exactly what I had been hoping for. It is perfect for micro sculpture and detail work. As tools of its kind go, it is relatively affordable. I would recommend it if you use a lot of tools for detail work.
When I tried Hemp seeds, I put it in my cereal, yoghurt, everything. I think I was just trying to use it up because the flavor isn't actually my favorite. The quality of the seeds is fine though. Remember to refrigerate them after you open the package.