I wanted to love this foundation because I truly admire the Clinique brand and it's clean approach to make-up. Plus the brand is owned by Estée Lauder which I've worn since I was 18 I was/still am looking for a medium coverage foundation that has some moisture (luminosity), yet does not add oil to my t-zone. In this regard, Clinique's Super Balanced foundation would have been a better try but I really liked the smooth consistency of Even Better. It felt "pretty" on my skin, and I was excited to try it. I also liked that this foundation has a built in serum for brightening.
Unfortunately, it set in all of my fine lines and I believe I was color match too light - this coupled with a not so super-impressed outcome (mid-day, it was just kinda blah on my face), means I will keep trying to find a good foundation match for me! Note - I would have to use the product for at least a few weeks to see if the serum actually brightened my skin - just didn't like the foundation enough to stick it out and wait.
Refreshing tea with a sweet ginger-like taste (plus added ginseng), is naturally sweet.
Arizona teas are always just right - I've tried almost all of their favors, and the green tea with ginseng is one of the best. Not too sweet, yet full of great flavor that appears to be sweetened from within.
A nice Pinot, but not necessarily worth the price point - good, not very good, as it's price (and it's extra-fancy label) would suggest.
The Coppola 2010 Diamond Pinot is a smooth wine, with definitive hints of rich berries and dark chocolate. For the Diamond collection, I expected a bit more "wow" - I felt the wine was just good. Honestly, I like Coppola's regular Pinot over the Diamond version (more complex). I will not purchase again, I've found better in palate and texture in other pinots available, same price range.