I went to Sephora and had them do a color ID on me so I could finally wear foundation (I'm shocked too that I'm 24 and just now wearing foundation). I'm in love and don't care to spend the extra money because the product is just that great. I never thought I would be bothered with loose powder foundations, but I don't know if I could ever use any other kind now.
While I don't have the liquid version of this, I recently purchased the powder version. I've been collecting transparen't finishing-type powders to decide which is comparable to Urban Decay's but a considerable amount cheaper and picked this up. I purchased it in the lightest shade, transparent, because I thought it was, well transparent. It wasn't but luckily I am pale enough that it didn't make me look like someone who was dead. It also kept my shiny over the day to a minimum, if not existent at all.
I desperately needed to find a lotion for my hands and face that wasn't greasy but would still combat the dryness that this arctic air we're having in my area is causing. I researched various lotions and brands and thought that this one would be good to try. I sure am glad I made this choice. My skin has never looked better and the smell of the lotion is just and added bonus. Love it!
With the exception of Twilight, I enjoy any vampire novel and these definitely don't disappoint. The series started off a little repetitive, but after the first 3 or so started to be more varied stories. I never thought I'd like "romance novels" and was pleasantly surprised to like these. (I impulse bought "Vampire, Interrupted" and came home to find out that it was part of a series, which meant I needed to buy the others in the series.) Of course, it doesn't hurt that most of these novels are set in Canada, which I am also obsessed with.