I'm in total love with this foundation. I used to love the Nars Sheer Matte until they changed the formula. That one was definitely heavier than this foundation. It doesn't clear up your acne but it doesn't wreck havoc on your skin. It's very lightweight with medium coverage and a great variety of shades. It's relatively inexpensive ($27) and you can get it in stores at Sephora (even a sample of it) or just purchase online. It has a fluid consistency which I like. Not too watery but definitely not thick. It's just too small. You will run through the product. I wear foundation about 2-4 times a week. I have at max 10 foundations and this was my summer foundation in addition to the Lancôme Teint Idole since it has sunscreen. I was pinching together the last few drops a few weeks ago. I haven't being using it during the last two months since my skin has been horrible and I needed full coverage. So I want to say it lasted me roughly 2-3 months. I just wish they sold a bigger size.
Soggy, watery and bland. It was unbearable due to the amount of liquid. The last one from the first and last box that I'll ever purchase I decided to wring out. That worked a little but it was still bland and soggy. Also the selection is limited. Two products with swine and one vegetarian option. Turkey bacon would be nice if they could get rid of the amount of water these sandwiches retained.
I love Ipsy. $10 will get you a great bag. You usually get several full sized items and good stuff. Stuff found in Sephora, stuff found in Target, stuff found in the drugstore. Just a nice range. Although some bags are miss most are hits and you get a cute little makeup bag as well. I cancelled my Birchbox because I found Ipsy to be better. I still have so many products to use.
I mean Mac has decent products but they are not the end all be all. They have a great lippy range but since the prices constantly go up and the sizing consonantly dwindles they have been lackluster. I'll never stop buying Ruby Woo though if that's the ONLY thing I buy from them.
Best damn polish I've used. I love the brush on their polishes. They are thicker than the Essie brushes. Fills up your whole nail so you only really need two swipes to get a great coverage. I've been using OPI for years and it's my favorite brand. Second favorite is Sally Hanson.
They smell awesome but they just sit on your lips not really moisturizing at all. It will also create that white line on the inside of you lips if you're constantly applying it in which you're supposed to since it's chapstick -_- If you put too much on it will feel like a greasy film on your lips.
To keep it brief since it took me an hour to blog about this, I still have yellow stains on my teeth. I THINK I take decent care of my teeth. I don't constantly drink coffee, I do eat sweets but cut back decently on that, brush twice a day, floss at night. My dentist told me that my teeth are in great shape and that was after skipping dentist visits for almost two years. I really didn't know that I had so much yellowing until I took photos for a review blog post on the gel/toothbrush combo that I received on behalf of Influenster.
I love love love the speaker! It's pretty loud to be so tiny. It's sleek, easy to carry and comes with a cute pouch. They don't tell you how to cut the dang thing off as not to use up the battery life but I found out pretty quickly. I also used the speaker for a call. Nice and loud.
It's very smooth and I feel I get more bang for my buck as far as ordering shots. After the first shot I don't taste it anymore. It's like drinking water (I HATE how alcohol tastes). Plus two or three shots and I'm good all night.
I had Nude York City. At first I didn't care for it. Wasn't enough color but when teamed up with a lipstick that I think is too much on its own, it looked amazing. I loved it. The only issue is it's tacky like MAC lipglasses. I don't like tacky gloss.