I love the packaging of this product- it’s so pretty! I was disappointed at first when it was delivered because it was much smaller than I anticipated- I got it on the Rouge early access before the official launch so there weren’t a ton of photos for scale. I love how versatile these pretty little duo chrome shadows are, though, so I decided to keep it. At the time I bought it, it was unique, although now there are tons of less pricey options available in much larger pan sizes. Nyx has some really pretty duo chrome highlighters that are nearly identical, 4 times larger than each of these pans, and do the same thing, but regardless I still really like this palette because Kat Von D can do no wrong in my mind 😆 I use these as eye shadow, inner corner highlight, and as matte liquid lipstick toppers. They’re great on their own for a sheer wash of iridescent color or on top of other colors to transform them into something different. Plus, like I said before, the packaging is beautiful and different sitting on my vanity 💕
I don’t use a brush for foundation very often (my fingers and my trusty beauty blender are my go to), but when I do I always reach for this one. I love make up forever brushes because of their consistent great quality and the fact that they last forever when well taken care of. The bristles on this brush are soft but firm enough that they don’t soak up too much product and they’re tapered perfectly so that my liquid foundation glides on super smoothly. The handle is a lightweight wood and the overall feel of the brush is nice and balanced and light, but doesn’t feel cheap at all- which is good because it wasn’t cheap! Nothing replaces my beauty blender but this is a great tool for when I need it.
I’ve had this brush for years and it’s still my favorite for blending out my crease. I use it every time I do my eyes and even with (sometimes) daily cleaning it has held up to the test of time and continued to blend my shadows perfectly. Love 💕
This foundation didn't have very good coverage and clung to the dry spots on my face horribly. For a foundation made for people with acne issues, it failed in that department also and made me break out 😡 I returned it. Not a fan.
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The Coty Airspun powder is by far my favorite budget friendly baking powder. This powder leaves my oily skin looking flawless. The two things that stop me from giving this 5 stars are: the smell! And I don't like using this all over my face, only for baking because it changes the color of my foundation too much in my opinion. It is heavily perfumed and reminds me of my grandma's vanity when I was little, which isn't a bad thing, I just don't care for my makeup to be that heavily scented. Obviously the smell doesn't bother me enough to stop me from using it, I just wish it wasn't so strong. Still highly recommend this stuff 🤗
This powder is great for baking. I love how airbrushed I look when I use it. It gives a soft glow and absorbs my oils decently. Plus the packaging is adorable! I've been obsessed with cover FX and Givenchy powders lately but I would still repurchase this one. The others keep my makeup looking nicer longer but this one is good too.
Love this little powder puff! I've had mine for 3+ years. I wash it regularly with beauty blender liquid cleanser and while it is a tiny bit distorted after so many washes, it's still soft and fluffy and does the job perfectly. ❤️
The packaging alone is enough to give this at least 3 stars. I bought this highlighter knowing from reviews that it would be something I'd rarely use for its intended purpose. There isn't much actual highlighting product in it and the highlight is natural (i.e. Not my fave!), but I bought it anyway because I wanted to keep this pretty little box on my vanity. It might be silly, but it makes me smile every time I look at it because it's just so pretty and feminine ❤️
My lids are freakin oily, so it's hard to wear eyeliner for a whole work day without ending up looking like a raccoon midway thru my day. This liner isn't totally budgeproof on me but it does outlast almost all of the other liners I've tried. It's soft and creamy and glides on without any tugging. The only downfall to its softness is it is kind of hard to sharpen it to a point without wasting a ton of product. Regardless of that, I still really like it. Almost as much as my favorite Marc jacobs liner.