Some strange mix of a high society entrepreneur and a crunchy hippie college student. History major, minoring in english, women's studies, and fine arts. I love nothing more than reading reviews, writing reviews, and sharing my opinion.
Omg it burns. Immediately. So badly my eyes watered and I felt a tear go down my face. My skin is not sensitive, but it was dry, which is why, you know, I chose a hydrating mask in the first place. I’ve used a number of products in their coconut line and never had a problem like this. But it did somehow manage to keep it on for the 10 minutes. The stinging lessened as time went, but never stopped completely. It does smell good, but the instructions to “relax” for 10 minutes are a joke because your face feels like it’s melting off. Taking off the sheet mask immediately gave some relief, and air hitting the serum felt rather nice. But my face was anything BUT hydrated. It felt tight and dry. It was rather sticky so I let it finish absorbing but then washed my face off with a makeup remover wipe and put on moisturizer to soothe the dryness.
I received Trust Fund Beauty lipgasm lip gloss is Blame Game in my January glam bag. It's really smooth and not sticky at all. The color is great. It's a very natural looking nude color with just a little reddish tone. Very moisturizing to me.
It's everything I love about UD eye shadows. Velvety smooth application and blends like a dream. Very pigmented. Gorgeous packaging and the mirror is super convenient. Plus the variety of colors is amazing. The whole rainbow is there!
I love this stuff. I have super dry skin that makes foundation look awful. But this primer hydrates my skin enough that I can get an even application without the flakey look. It's super light and doesn't make the skin look greasy or feel greasy (a problem with many primers I've tried). It's definitely pricey, but worth every cent!
I've only tried the new dual effect formula but I love it. I've always used Mary Kay eye makeup remover. But this is practically the same thing, but for a fraction of the cost. If anything it's gentler and more effective. I like that there's no dyes or scents. I wish it was cruelty free tho. And it would be even gentler if they could re formulate it without the DMDM Hydantoin.
Tried this for free as part of a VoxBox. I was really skeptical about it and was worried it would be too dark. But it actually ended up being perfect. It covered up blemishes and redness so well I often skip concealer when wearing it! The packaging is really convenient as it means I've always got what I need to apply it.
I love glimmersticks in general, but this one is my favorite. It's more of a gunmetal color with just a hint of shimmer. I prefer it for day wear over black. It's a twist up liner and glides on pretty smoothly. Glimmersticks are also very budget friendly.
This has been my main eyeshadow since I got it from Ipsy over a year ago. The two neutral shades have a great shimmer, are super velvety and blend well. The black is totally matte and does not blend the greatest. I love all the looks I can get from just these three shades. I use the black a lot as liner or just smudge a bit on the lid for a smoky effect.