Hey my name is Lisa. I love driving, wearing makeup, crocheting, watching tv shows like Pretty Little Liars, Once Upon a Time, Everybody Loves Raymond, Golden Girls, Kevin Can Wait, and King of Queens. Also, I am trying to get into a habit of reading. I teach kids. I try blogging in my spare time.
I love the shades. This is a beautiful palette. But the glitter had so much fallout by the end of work day. I never had that much glitter fallout with the palettes I use. I’m not into so much glitter, especially all over my under eyes. I’m so glad I came on here to find reviews on this because YouTube you only hear how great the palette is. Though it’s great, it’s not perfect. There is fallout. I personally don’t want to keep mine. Was hoping to support Emily because I love watching her videos, but there’s so much on the market I want to buy and try like the lorac pro 4 and the gingerbread collection from too faced. I wanted this wants palette, but I don’t really need it or want it sitting in my vanity.
I have tried the original gel liners in two shades (black and a green); they are amazingly pigmented; however, for me smudges because I open my eyes before it sets... plus, the shade gets on my contacts so you’ll see black spots on my contacts while I wear them on my eyes until I remove it. But it’s highly pigmented and glides on smoothly. This, I don’t understand. Did I just buy a dud??? Mine is not gliding on creamy like it’s original gel formula. Rather, it goes on dry and barely any pigmentation I notice. Only Auspice I’m trying and I’m ready to try the original formula again. Also, for this to be smaller than the original, why in the world is it $1 less than the original??? I think it would be worth it if it was $5-10 less than the original. There’s not much of a difference in the prices to really go for this... I’d definitely want to try the original again and not care much for this one. There are other cheaper alternatives I’m sure. I love the Milani one meant for Waterline. It’s so nice and creamy and last all day. I never had a problem with it. That one I rarely get on my contacts compared to this. If only milani made that eyeliner in other shades, I would be all for it.
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Back when I bought the holiday pack at Walgreens I wanted all of the shades in this collection! Not regretting that I stuck with the ones I purchased. I have so many makeup already; it would have been just added to my collection and money spent. But I do love the shades I had. I prefer more mattes or less glossy looks than this was. They are longer wearing than most glosses. But I’ve been preferring transferproof. If you want a gloss this is great. If you like something that doesn’t transfer this may not be for you unless you like glosses and understand they will always transfer. If you just don’t know what you prefer, like me when I first purchased these, then you should try them. They are not bad at all. And the shades are amazingly pigmented. They don’t come off so easily either.
I love these two shades! I thought they would be too light or something but nope! They are comfortable only if you apply a lip balm otherwise they’ll be tacky. I hear the stickiness dissipates throughout the day. I apply a balm over mine. Does that change the formula? Maybe. But nothing transfers after I apply the balm. I would recommend these over the Revlon Colorstay ones. Those don’t last as long as this!
This one is the reason I tried the original shades that came out. I tried one once, but the stickiness and dead of overdrying made me remove it. I lost the one shade I kept. I saw these scented ones at the store. Decided to buy and try. I am not fond of the shades, but hey, it’s chocolate themed. I do however like the formula, especially when adding a lip balm over them. Therefore, I went back to return these ones for two original shades that I love so much but was iffy on buying before- Shake Down and Cowboy. Even though I returned these, they are not horrible. I love these, just not the shades. The scent is strong, but it’s a nice chocolate scent- nothing chemical. If I could find a shade in this I love, I’d keep one- mainly for the scent. I do recommend to try these if you are thinking of it or wanting to but iffy.
I love this one! But piesces did not work for me. It could be the type of brush I use. I’d recommend this palette. I tried all shades at least once. My favorites are Leo, Aries, Libra, Taurus, and Virgo. But I like all of them except for piesces.
I just received mine and used it once. I like how this comes with an instruction manual that tells you how to brush your teeth and tongue. I’m a bit confused is this chargeable?? I have the plastic green shade. For those with nickel allergy, have you tried the metal shades? I decided the plastic because I wasn’t sure would it contain nickel. Also, it’s cheaper. I like how this has two minute timer and every thirty seconds there’s a pause to remind you to move on to the other corner. I tried using the tongue cleaner. Usually, I have major gag reflux whenever I try to clean the tongue. I hate that part. But when I tried it the first time with the back of this toothbrush, I didn’t have much gagging. I would totally recommend this to all. It’s affordable compared to other brands like sonic care and Philips.
These are very sticky lip glosses. But the hydration is long lasting!!! Even if the color fades, the hydration is still there. But the stickiness and hair down is one giant mess. I still love this lip gloss. These don’t leave any stringy lines while opening and closing mouth. I would recommend to try one, at least.