I cannot live without this. It is NOT a setting spray, this will not keep your makeup matte or Dewey etc. This is a finishing spray and it moisturizes the skin and helps to get rid of the cakey look when you're finished with your makeup.
These are okay. They are good for highlighting and contouring but I find the coverage isn't that great and on me there was no brightening effect or difference on my under eyes. I would mix this with my LA girl concert to get the perfect color but now that I've run out of the Sephora concealer, I will not be repurchasing
I personally didn't like this foundation because it was super oily on me and the shade was too dark. Even with primer and powder this foundation still became greasy so I do not recommend it for those with oily skin. However, the coverage is phenomenal and it's worth the price point .
This is a beautiful foundation. Very light, build able and is comparable to Mac Pro long wear. My only gripe is the shade range. It would be nice to have more than just 2/3 shades for women of color. I'm an nc50 in Mac and the second to last shade is the closest to my color. Get it together maybelliene
Thus foundation is nice but I prefer the studio fix. This foundation isn't as full coverage but is very moisturizing. I wouldn't recommend it for super oily skin because I find it gets greasy after a while without a primer. The shade selection is perfect though and the foundation is build able and more comfortable than fix fluid. I would recommend it to those with dry skin.
I have this in Opal which is a champagne gold color. It's an extremely soft highlighter but it's not powdery or gives any kick up. A little goes a long way and you can build up the intensity. The big size is huge and almost 40 bucks so I recommend getting one of the travel sizes if you can. Only 20 dollars and I've had mine for a year and haven't made a dent.
I own That Glow, Sun dipped and Sweets glow kits and they are all beautiful! They are super metallic so if you like a subtle highlight, these are not for you. If you like to glow in the dark like I do, these are perfect. They are very buttery and soft and are extremely pigmented. They are also a great value as the pans are huge and you can take them out of the packaging and put them in a z palette if you'd like.
I use this in peach lustre and it is amazing for color correction. It's the right shade of peach without being too dark or too red. I then set this with a light layer of loose powder so it doesn't move then apply concealer/foundation. I find that it helps make my skin look noticeable even without any ashy/grey areas. This also qualifies for back to Mac which is awesome!
I gave this in dark deepest and I use it to Bronze. It's a very warm toned brown powder that is slightly too dark for me to use as an all over face setting powder but perfect for blending out contour and making it look soft. You get a lot of product (about .1oz per dollar) I've had this for months and use it everyday yet it still looks like I haven't touched it.
Beautiful orange blush. This blush has a slight sheen to it with golden reflects but it is not glittery or super shimmery just not completely matte. I'm not a blush girl but I do reach for this every once in a while. Perfect for dark skinned girls, it pops beautifully. A little goes a long way. You only need a light tap or else you will apply too much! Unless of course, you like a lot of blush