Smells very coconut-y. It is a very light hydrator. When I spray it in damp hair, it helps with some of the dry frizz but not completely. This is good in a way, because it doesn't way down my thin hair. Is it nice? Yes. Would I repurchase? Probably not.
Not a fan at all! It left my lashes feeling really crusty and crumbling. It would look like I used a really old mascara. I even tried adding a little contact solution and it still looked bad. Would not recommend or repurchase.
Although it's not my absolute favorite brush, I like to use it when I need light coverage (pressed face powders) or when I'm using my loose/pressed translucent powder to set my face. When used to apply bronzer, I find that it gives you a more natural finish, but if you've going for a more chiseled look, I would go with the elf powder brush.
FOR $3, these lip colors are awesome. I have them in 3 shades: rich red, praline, and tea rose. I don't find them too drying, but if you do have dry lips, definitely moisturize your lips beforehand. I find that using these products with a lip liner give u a cleaner look and if a color washes you out (for me it was tea rose) try applying some gloss!
I was pleasantly surprised with this product!! At first, I thought it would be like a tinted moisturizer, but it's definitely a mid-coverage foundation. I have oily/combination/acne prone skin and it doesn't leave my face greasy or cling to my dry patches which I really liked. It does give you a natural finish, so if you do have troubled skin, you've going to have to pair this up with a concealer.
I love this stuff. It is so affordable and so soothing, especially when your lips are feeling especially dry and chapped. I like that they are in squeezy tube rather than the older container which you had to dip your finger in. For the price, you can't beat it. It also helps to prevent cold sores which is a plus. The only downside for me is that it doesn't include spf, but other than that it's great!