Shortly after hearing about such a product, I had to try out this foot mask! I bought one at Ulta for $6 and tried it on right away.
The box included two packages of serum and two plastic booties with strings to tie around your ankle. You first slip on the booties and pour in the serum. I left it on for about 45 minutes. The serum didn't irritate my skin but did sting a little when I was rinsing my foot in the shower.
For faster results, it's recommended to soak your feet daily. I was caught in the rain with wet shoes on the 4th day and that's when the crazy foot science peel started happening. My skin was loose and peeling like crazy. After a few days, the peeling process completed and I was left with soft skin!
While in Hong Kong, I bought this mask at a Skin Food store after hearing so many great reviews on it.
It has a very nice light fragrance and had consistency of congee (it is a rice mask). There were small granules (I think it could have been crushed rice?) to help exfoliate the skin. It wasn't harsh and was soft.
I applied an adequate amount over my face and massaged in circular motions for a few minutes. I left it on for 10-15 minutes before washing off. After washing it off, my skin was surprisingly soft! Incredibly soft! BUT it only lasted a couple minutes before my face started feeling itchy and dry. I had to continue on with my usual skin regime which made my skin lose the texture from the mask.
For ~$10, it can be worth the fun of a few minutes of baby soft skin. I don't think it's great for long term use though. The results aren't lasting and it dried out my skin.
The cream came in a tiny and cute twist container. The cream itself had a light fresh fragrance and had consistency of lotion. I used a small dab for under my eyes and eyelids twice a day. I have some fine lines under my eyes and I feel like there was little to no difference. My dark circles seem to lighten a little bit, but it's not very obvious. It works as a great moisturizing eye cream however!
These two colors are great for everyday use! Best Buds is more of a nude rose and Puppy Love a pink coral.
The formula is creamy but can smudge! After eating or few hours, the color will come off, but leaves a subtle stain.
The applicator is like a felt sponge, which I feel can be difficult keeping it clean because it's always moist from the liquid formula. Whenever I put it on, because of the left over moisture, it has a cold icky feeling >_<
Otherwise than that, they're really pretty colors and for the price, it's definitely worth it! I wear them most of the time on my makeup days.
Love love LOVE this color! It was sold out of Sephora the first time I went to get it, so I had to make another trip there a few days later for it.
I was debating as many other beauty enthusiast between the shade "Lolita" and "Double Dare". Lolita was more orange as Double Dare was more red. I went with Lolita in the end.
The formula stays on forever (as long as you don't get oils from food on it), and is a great universal and versatile color. As most matte liquid lipsticks are, it can be kind of drying, so maybe try a lip oil before hand?
I bought this product long before I dyed my hair. I use 2-3 pumps after I wash my hair and apply it to split end and in areas that are most prone to tangles.
The product feels like a thick oil, but once you massage it onto wet hair, it emulsifies and does not feel greasy at all. The fragrance is light and pleasant smelling. It always made my hair feel soft.
After I dyed my hair, my hair was extremely dry. Thanks to this product, my hair always looks and feels soft! I'm almost done with my first bottle and look forward to trying the rose scented version of this serum!
Normal, Wavy, Fine, Thin, Chemically Treated, Color Treated
I received NYX's highlighter via a promotion so I shouldn't complain much but I really want to warn y'all: it's not highlighter. Can't even use it as eyeshadow. More like body shimmer.
I checked the price of this palette: $20. Not worth it. I applied with my fingers and it didn't even stay on my face. It wasn't duo-chromatic, just glitter. It got all over my face after a few minutes of application.
The texture of the highlighter is suppose to be bouncy, like mochi; you can press it one way and another part of it will emerge up, kind of like flour dough. It's fun to play with, but it's extremely hard to get the color onto my brush, hence using my fingers. Even with finger application, I had to scratch the top layer off to get it as powder to use. Don't get this product.