I'm surprised that there are so many reviews saying the color goes on too dark/caked on. I have tried two different shades (pink plum and pink frosting, I believe) and both barely showed up on my skin at all. I gave away Pink Frosting. Pink Plum is one of the darker shades and I have to spend a lot of time building it up with a stipple brush to even see it. I'm wondering if maybe I need to press harder into the product, but I don't want to totally disfigure the blush by digging my finger/brush into it. My skin is very pale so I'm obviously doing something wrong here. As far as cream blushes go, I love NYX and MAC because they're very pigmented. For a day with very minimal makeup, I don't mind using this blush. I'm just accustomed to products that pack wayyy more punch, therefore I'm not used to having to pack on blush. This Maybelline blush's consistency is very similar to Colourpop products, which is more mousse-y and hard to pick up on a brush. I recommend using a synthetic stippling brush. I like to use my Real Techniques stipple brush or Elf small stipple brush. I paid around $9.00 for this blush at CVS and I don't think it was worth the price. For example, a MAC Casual Color (cream blush/lip product) is $22 and you get 0.08 oz of product but it is SO PIGMENTED that you barely need to use any at all to get great color payoff.
I got this in my GWP and it's a nice lipstick. First of all, the sample size of this is extremely cute and has much more product than I expected! The color is a light peachy nude color... More peachy than nude. It's not a color I would typically wear because it can emphasize dry lips, but it looks pretty good. It feels nice on the lips and seems to wear for a dece toy long time. I also appreciate that there's no shimmer. It's a creamy finish lipstick.
I really liked the color of this eyeliner... It's kind of a bronze-purple and looks nice with brown eyes. I don't like how thick it is. It's hard to get a decent line because of how thick the product is. Also the packaging is EXTREMELY misleading. You aren't getting much product at all. The actual product is all contained only in the silver colored tip of the pencil. After like 3 uses I had barely twisted it up and already saw the bottom of the product through the silver part of the pencil. I think it seems very dishonest and I definitely won't repurchase.
I like this foundation. It covers just enough and lasts well throughout the day. I'm still trying to figure out the best way to apply it... I currently prefer using a dense foundation brush. I lightly set my face with prosper afterwards and it doesn't look dewy at all. It also doesn't oxidize. My skin is very pale (01) and normal, leaning dry currently.
I really like this cleanser. It's like a chemical exfoliator... It just gets all the layer of dry, dead skin off so my skin feel super soft and hydrated. I love the scent. It's like softly scented lotion. The texture is like a lotion and it doesn't lather, which is good because that would probably strip your skin of oils. I use this after removing my makeup because it doesn't work well to remove makeup.
Great shampoo with a fresh, but not overpowering scent. It only takes a small amount of product to get a great lather in my thick hair. I always end up getting too much, which is bad because it's a little pricey! I decided to try it after my hair lady recommended it and i really like this whole line.
You can't beat the quality of Bite beauty lipsticks, in my opinion. So smooth and creamy. They don't last long, though. I recently ordered one (Fig) and was really disappointed with the color. But that's a personal preference. Color selection isn't great, to me. And the color descriptions are quite off on a few of them. Fig is actually a fairly bright pink and not a nude pink at all. I have a couple more shades that I really love. They seem expensive but if you break it down, you're paying the same per ounce for these as you would for a MAC lipstick.