On the makeupgeek website it says that these are highly-pigmented eyeshadows that cost half the price of high end shadows, without sacrificing the quality. These are also cruelty-free, talc and paraben-free. (The foiled eyeshadows are a hybrid between powder and cream). These shadows are my absolute favorite. They’re really smooth, and have a creamy feeling to them, and they stay on all day without creasing. However, if you have oily lids, you might wanna use a primer underneath, especially with the foiled formula, but on normal eyelids I don’t […]
Deep Cleansing Foam: This claims to be an ultra-fresh foaming cleanser with purifying granules that effectively remove pore-clogging impurities, makeup and oil that can lead to imperfections. Feels gentle and cool as it works to control blemishes and excess oil. NON-COMEDOGENIC. I’ve been using this cleanser for nearly a year now, and I got it because it says that it’s supposed to help with oil control. Now, I’m not really sure if this is the cleanser for you if you’re really oily and are looking for a mattifying cleanser, but […]
On the Smashbox website it says that it’s the secret to picture perfect skin. It claims to stay flawless for 15 hours, blurring imperfections, beeing sweat and humidity-resistant, transfer-proof, and a buildable medium-to-full coverage. As well as keeping the skin hydrated and shine free all day. I’ve been using the real techniques miracle complexion sponge to apply this foundation, because I find that it blends better then when I’m using a brush. It also stays on all day, but it may fade in your oily areas, so I would keep […]
The GlamGlow Supercleanse is a daily mud-to-foam cleanser for problematic skin. It claims to dissolve oil, makeup and impurities, as well as rinsing away pore-clogging debris and reducing the apperance of skin imperfections, leaving a mattified, super clear complexion. So I got this because I thought it would be comparable to the GlamGlow Supermud, and I’ve been using it every morning for several months, but I can’t say that I’m impressed. I thought this cleanser would help me get rid of any breakouts and imperfections, or at least make them less noticable, but I don’t see a difference in my skin at all. I do however feel like it makes my skin clean and smooth, but so does any other cleanser I’ve tried, so I don’t think this is worth spending your money on. I got mine from Kicks for 289nok.
The Bobbi Brown corrector is used for neutralizing dark undereye circles. On the Bobbi Brown website it says that it brightens and covers discoloration, it’s long wearing, creamy and easy to blend. It also claims that it won’t crease, is waterproff and sweat and humidity-resistant. So, I’ve been using this product for about 6 months and I find that it applies best if you use a small concealer brush to apply the product and then blend it in with your fingers. I would also recommend that you let it sit for a minute before you apply your concealer on top, because sometimes I find that the color of the corrector and the concealer kind of mixes together, and that can make some of your discoloration show through after all. However it does stay on all day without fading or looking cakey, and I haven’t had any issues with creasing while wearing it, but that may depend on what concealer you use on top of it, and if you set it with a powder or not. And I can’t really say anything about it being waterproof, but I can say that it’s water, sweat and humidity-resistant. So overall I do think it holds up to the claims, and it is a good product, but for me it doesn’t cover my dark circles completly, however it does make them a lot less noticable. I got mine from Kicks for 245nok. And it’s […]