Haha. So I hated this and came here to say just that. But scanning down the list of previous reviewers, maybe it wasn't meant for my fine, caucasian, highlighted hair?! :) I hadn't read anywhere that it was more any specific hair type but hey! For what it's worth, it did nothing for my hair type and texture, actually immediately making fairly soft damp hair feel squeaky and dry, like I just sprayed alcohol/hairspray on it. It stuck the strands together as it was drying and even when fully dry, my hair only felt soft superficially, if that makes sense. If I tried to run my fingers through it, it was a crunchy mess. Glad I got the travel size!
L'Oreal Kids shampoos are great! They clean your hair well and smell yummy. I'm sure it's a fairly unsophisticated product but I find it hard to really tell the difference between shampoos when it comes to performance, unless it just leaves my hair really greasy. I let me conditioner do all the work and prefer to invest there. I have longish, highighted, fine hair and this shampoo works just great and makes me happy.
I have medium-long, fine and highlighted hair, with oily roots. I like this shampoo a lot, and I find shampoos all perform fairly similarly! It suds up a lot, which might just mean it has lots of nasty detergents in it! But it feels nice to use and your hair doesn't feel stripped at all after rinsing. It smells like.. old-fashioned shampoo. Quite chemically, definitely not fragranced with anything special! But it's not unpleasant. And whenever I use this, I feel like I have a nice hair day. Shiny and clean and not greasy.
For some reason, this doesn't do it for me. I have seen a lot of positive reviews but it did nothing for my hair (which is medium-long, fine, highlighted). It has that old-fashioned oily texture than serums used to have and it's really easy to use too much and end up with greasy ends. Scent is obviously very subjective but I found the sweet, artificial coconut smell quite cloying.
I like this stuff a lot. It sinks in very quickly and has an almost powdery texture when you apply. May not be great for dry skins but for oily skins needing SPF without that gross, tacky layer, it's a godsend! It's also very affordable compared to other facial SPFs you can buy.
Don't get this one. The original eye booster liner - or at least I think it is (this brand is so confusing!) - in the slim silver packaging is SOOOO much better. That one is my HG. This is a nice idea, but I don't really see why a fat holder is easier to hold than a thin one and the nib on this is one of those odd bumpy guys. This means it gets in the way of your lashes if you try to do a thin line, and just drags and ends up creating a thicker, uneven line. I also feel like mine has dried out really quickly, despite me not using it (so opening it) very often (cos it's not good!). Definitely stick with the slim original.
SUCH a good liquid eyeliner. If you can find it among the million different versions Physicians Formula do (why is this brand so confusing?). I thought I'd only buy the Stila one forever, but wanted to save some money, so did some research and kept hearing good things about this. It doesn't flake or smudge, or disappear at the corner of your eye if you tear up. And I don't know why or how, but it's just EASIER to use than most. It glides on, doesn't need going over, but doesn't go weird if you have to work a section more than once. And you can get a crisp line, thick or thin. So good.
Can't believe I haven't written a review on this guy yet. What can be said that hasn't already been said? I have serious, SERIOUS dark circles, and have basically since birth. I have been searching for a concealer than truly covers them AND doesn't got gross and creasey and crepey because I have to use a good layer for decades. Actually decades. This is it. I will never buy a different concealer from now on - from a total makeup junkie, this is unprecedented. If you have heavy circles, just try this.
Love! I'm always on the hunt for a face scrub that actually scrubs. Not just a gel with a few bits floating in it. Which they nearly always are. This is less rough and has smaller scrubbies than, say, a certain drugstore apricot scrub (my HG), but it really feels like it gets the job done. It also rinses nicely - sort of like the scrubbies dissolve as you wash, and it leaves your skin feeling nicely smooth and just a tad moisturised. I can't imagine the amount of glycolic, especially for the amount of time it's on your skin, really does anything special, but for the exfoliation and cleaning experience, I am impressed.