I like face masks in general, even though they have no real benefit. But I still enjoy them just to feel pampered. This one is nice, as far as mud masks go. I think it's a good price, and I just love Shea Moisture products. I would recommend it because it feels nice.
I like face masks in general, even though they don't have any real benefit. But I still enjoy them purely for a pampering feeling. This one goes on thick and smooth, and it dries just like any other clay mask. It's a bit pricy though, considering it has no actual skincare benefit. But I would recommend it if you have some extra money.
I really like face masks and sheet masks in general. This one was pretty good. Masks don't have any real benefit, aside from hydrating masks which can provide a little moisture. But I still enjoy them. This one felt nice. I would recommend it just as much as any other mask.
I honestly love this stuff so much. I got it free for promotional purposes from Influenster, but I actually reach for it all the time just because I'm so hooked. It looks beautiful on the skin. If say it's medium coverage, which I think is impressive for a powder foundation. It doesn't keep me matte all day, but it also doesn't promise that. I also have super oily skin, so that's almost impossible. But I wear this all the time because it's quick and easy to apply, it's not fussy, and it has a beautiful finish.
The contour end of this product is good. But the highlighter is not good on my skin at all. I wore it once, and halfway through the day I noticed that it had started to break up on my skin and turn super patchy. I had applied my liquid foundation, then the highlight and contour, then set it with translucent powder and a setting spray. But it still broke up and looked terrible on my skin. I had to wipe it off because it looked so bad. But the contour is very good. It can be worn on its own as a subtle contour or intensified with a contour powder.
This moisturizer is pretty good overall, but I can't help but compare it to the Neutrogena moisturizer I usually use. I only bought this one because they were out of the other one. This definitely moisturizes, and it has SPF, which is an imperative for me. What I don't like is that it's only SPF 20, which is not a lot. And it also straight up smells like sunscreen. The good thing is that the smell doesn't last after you get it rubbed in. As far as wrinkle-fighting properties, I have no idea if they work. But I'll give it the benefit of the doubt. I'll use it up, but I'll go back to my old one when it runs out.
This is the first brow gel I've ever used, and I like it pretty well. Even though it's actually too light for me. I think the wand is pretty easy to use, and I think it does a good job of keeping my brow hairs in place. I have pretty full eyebrows anyway, so I don't need anything to add fullness. But this does add color and make them look thicker, which I don't mind.
I was pretty impressed with this bronzer. Of course the first thing I noticed about it was the smell. I think it smells great: like summer (aka beach/pool/sunscreen). It's a pretty light shade, which is really great for my pale skin. And there is no noticeable shimmer, which I like. It blends really well and looks natural.
I'm not really sure how to rate a night cream. I give it four stars because I'm assuming that it's moisturizing and helping to prevent wrinkles. I mean, I hope so. I've been using it for a few weeks, and I can't tell much difference. But I'm only 25, so that's to be expected. I will say that it makes my skin pretty greasy by morning.