20 years old, opinionated, wine mom in training. adventurous with everything, always looking for the most easy/lazy products. I'm a nursing assistant so I can't be constantly fiddling with my hair and makeup. Definitely a no-muss-no-fuss pperson who is always willing to try new things with my hair and makeup. Looking for low cost because *shocker* being a nursing assistant does not bring in a lot of money for me to be wasting on makeup, especially when I am no maven.
Love it! Smells great, makes my hair soft with no oily buildup or residue. My hair tends to be oily when you just look at it wrong and this helps. It also brings out the natural curl in my hair without looking kinky or "styled" perfect for that "I-try-to-make-it-look-like-i-didnt-try" look.
A striking black color that goes on smoothly and easily, like drawing with your favorite pen. I really loved this product. My one problem is that it takes a bit to dry so be careful of blinking or sneezing for the first minute or so after putting it on and, it's not waterproof. If yoh don't touch it, it's great, if you cry or live somewhere humid or not and sweaty, this probably isn't the way to go as far as long-wear goes.
Smells minty, but not cloyingly minty. I was NOT expecting so much sparkle. All other reviews say it gives "healthy looking glow"! False: it makes you look like a vampire from twilight. And, if you're particularly pasty-complected like myself, you look like a twilight vampire in head-to-toe black face. I may, however, keep this and use it in my foundation for some extra highlight. Use it, by all means, it's a nice product, but use it sparingly. You can't un-ring a bell.
I love this product. (Got it in my ipsy bag a few months ago) didn't know how to use it at first but, after a few YouTube tutorials, I figured it out and my makeup game Got knocked up a few notches. Lightweight, not too expensive and feels great. I used to think setting powder was for rubes but now, I won't go without at least a sample size container in my purse.
Noooooooo. I bought this product because my friend started being a younique peddler and I wanted to see how it fared against glue-on falsies. No. They don't compare. They are both awful. First of all, this transplant gel is really liquidy and drips off the brush as you're applying, second: who in gods name, thought it would be a good idea to tell people to apply loose pipe-cleaner fiber to your eyes. My eyes were so full of fuzz. It's like the fuzz off a pipe cleaner or a fuzzy poster. Garbage. I hate this product. It, darn sure, does NOT give you length and volume comparable to falsies. I tried it on multiple occasions. Also, the discomfort is a whole new level of hell. With falsies, they fall off once. With this product, you spend all day blinking away furry balls of fury, looking like an idiot and, when you go to take it off, you'd better bet it's ALL going directly into your cornea. For gods sake, don't waste your money on this.
I usually hate "The Balm" I never find their products to be worth the money. That is, until I got this mascara in my ipsy bag. I. LOVE. THIS. MASCARA. It stays on FOREVER, the brush really helps separate individual lashes so they look thicker and fuller. It's just awesome. Perfect for people who are insecure about the fullness or length of their lashes!!
It definitely mattifies which is great, but it also dries your lips out. And you have NO CLUE how much to put on. Sometimes, a little goes a long way, sometimes you have to wear it like a second lip stick. I keep it in my bag, but I really don't use it as often as I thought I would.