69% would repurchase
on 7/15/2018 1:09:00 PM
More reviews by marilyn25
I love this foundation!!! I wore it to my graduation, which was outside in the summer in NYC so very hot & humid- however it didn't budge at all !!! My face looked just as good by the end of the day as it did right after application. It is incredibly thick (definitely not a natural look) and absolutely full coverage, a little goes a long way and you probably won't need to use concealer with it. I would suggest using the testers at sephora to find your shade & using a flat top foundation brush to apply it. I did not have any problems with this oxidizing either.
on 7/14/2018 9:28:00 AM
More reviews by elixmia
As an avid user of pomade, I picked up the new Kat Von D pomade as soon as I could get my hands on it. One jar costs $19. I was very impressed with the shade range, as it covers most natural hair colors, except for naturally red hair, and a few fun colors like blue, green, pink, etc. The packaging for this product is very pretty and the color of the top also matches the product inside, which is particularly useful if you have multiple shades from this line. The product is very easy to apply, especially with the pomade brow brush that was released with the brow products line. This pomade is definitely waterproof, having tested it in the shower, and has held up more than 24 hours through sleep and sweat. The product does dry quickly, so I recommend keeping the cap on tight when it's not being used to make sure the product lasts for a long time. One of the biggest questions people had upon the launch of this product was how it would compare to the Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow Pomade. Anastasia's Dipbrow was my go-to for years. I will say that I prefer the Kat Von D packaging as they are color coded and seem to lock better, which will prevent the product from drying out. The Anastasia Dipbrow is cheaper, but only by a dollar, though this may vary depending on what country you live in. The Kat Von D pomade seems creamier than the Anastasia one, which seems thicker to me. I think that the Kat Von D pomade is easier to work with because of this, but this aspect of the product and how it works for the user will vary and is more of a personal preference than anything else. Ultimately you cannot go wrong with either product, but the Kat Von D one is currently my preferred pomade of the two. I would absolutely repurchase this brow product.
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on 7/14/2018 12:34:00 AM
More reviews by saxgurl231
I held off on buying this for the longest time, because I just couldn't justify in my head spending $20 on just EYELINER. I've used liquid black liner from E.L.F. in the past, but now that I've tried this, I can never go back to drugstore. It's THAT good. I'm a simple person nowadays with makeup. I only now use eyebrow filler, mascara, liner, and concealer on a normal day
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on 7/5/2018 10:24:00 PM
More reviews by LidiBelle
I think this palette is very pretty and really adds an extra edge to an eye look. I'm not a big fan of colourful highlights but I can get away with the pink one. I definitely think this product is more for a daring person and not for someone who prefers a more natural look. Overall good quality of the product and the packaging is stunning.
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on 7/3/2018 11:15:00 AM
I bought the new Kat Von D pomade brow brush to use with the newly release Kat Von D pomade. A single brush is $18 and while not the cheapest as brushes go, I do not think that is a bad price. I think this brush is excellent for applying pomade or even other brow products like powder. It fills in well and makes creating thin, precise lines a breeze. The only thing I would change for this brush is possibly adding a spoolie to the end, although that would require changing the very thin handle. Despite this, I would absolutely repurchase the brush.
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