I got this in medium and have an olive skin tone and while I absolutely love the contour, the highlight is a bit to dark for me in the winter, but does match perfectly in the summer and can work as a spot corrector throughout the year. Creamy and easily blendable!
When I was just starting out, this eyeliner was a good choice for me as it was easy to correct and helped me get a hang on making a wing and lining against my lash line. It is also very affordable. However, if you are more experienced I would not recommend, as it can be watery and patchy through application.
While this mascara does lengthen and volumize my lashes, I find the wand a bit big for my lower lashes and the applicator has a difficult time evenly coating all my lashes. For a mascara on a budget it is fine, but I would recommend spending dollar or two more for say a kokie or physician's formula mascara.
In my opinion these lashes aren't good or bad, they just are. I would recommend them for anyone new to lashes or makeup as a good starter lash for getting the hang of things, because if they fall apart, you won't be loosing a very valuable investment. The reason it's not simply what I use as a medium rating most times (3/5) is because when I bought these lashes, the glue inside was completely dry, so play it safe and buy some of that as well. I recommend the Strip Lash Adhesive with Aloe in Black by Kiss
This sponge has lasted me over a year of camps, dances, ceremonies and more. It is easy to clean and distrubutes the product as well as being soft when wet. The tapered tip allows for easy foundation application amd the cornered emd allows for concealor blending. It is am amazing, versatile, affordable blending sponge
To merely slap the foundation onto my face, I suppose this tool is acceptable, however, of you think all you will need is this brush, you are sadly mistaken. I would suggest to spend your money better on their beauty spounge.