Tried this in desperation when my nails were flaking out of control, even when short (thyroid disease; it will probabl y take me six months to grow in a decent nail). This won't change the nails you already have, but if what you really need is some serious glue to.hold them together and make them.look groomed until a nutritional fix has time to work, two coats of this will make you look pulled-together and nicely shiny. Note that the product isn't greenish--that's just green glass! One star off because I really prefer it was three-free.
So far review of effectiveness is provisional, since I haven't been taking long enough to see dramatic effects. But I do think it's helping with concentration and clarity. Back to that in a month. Tips on getting it down:
Best option: Smoothie. Undetectable either blended into homemade or shaken into bottled. Best option if it needs to be in a hot drink for practicality: Matcha latte with ginger. The green tea and ginger cover the taste and Matcha is a little gritty anyway. The crisis option: If you must put it in coffee, whisk it into the dregs and gulp. Does NOT taste good in a cup of coffee. And I definitely wouldn't try brewed tea.
Used to be a great option about 5 years ago for a highly colored gloss with a beautiful shade variety. However, since then so many other prestige gloss formulas that are much less sticky have come out that it isn't nearly as tempting as it used to be.
The Black Honey shade is a great option for the no makeup look, and this is a useful all-purpose gloss. However, it doesn't at all live up to it's promise of moisturizing. It's a little drying, and quite sticky. More contemporary takes on lip gloss have made this a bit obsolete.
Easy and fun to apply, and the longwear claims are true, at least under normal conditions. This color has a really cool subtle blue shift under the hot pink. This was just something I played with in Sephora and right now I need more lipstick like I need a hole in the Head lol, but this is an exciting new option for lipstick junkies. Recommended.
Incredibly moisturizing and gentle, with effective ingredients. May well be a real competitor to ultra-luxe night creams like La Mer or Créme Ancienne. Fantastic cruelty-free option in luxury skincare for dry, aging skin.
Stepping up my eye game as I head towards...being 39 for the rest of my life. First impressions are that I'm really impressed. Undereyes already looking firmer. Trying it under both my leftover Abeille Royale eye cream from last year's skin routine shop and Shiseido White Lucent to try to help dark circles. Will see which is the better combination.
Also has an easy to use pump that doesn't over-dispense and a gorgeous bottle for the vanity table. Recommended for older women looking for luxury skincare.
Bought this on a whim thinking I was being dumb, and am amazed how often I use it. It's much subtler than you would think unless you build it, and the lilac highlight flatters neutral and cool skin tones much better than the peachy ones that most brands out forward. Really fun purse product to turn office face into night face quickly.