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Eyeliner -L.A. Colors -Ultimate Liquid Eyeliner


I’ve only come across this once in my vast travels I did buy it & found the tip to be too broad for my liking. It was fairly smudge resistant but the tube dried out after a cpl of months so I had to toss it. I’d buy it again, yes, but for $1 it’s not worth pomp & circumstance. The LAC regular liquid liner in the mascara tube which is getting kind of scarce to find is just as good! Or the thin tip eyeliner from LAC. I recommend both of those or elf liquid if you want to spend only $1 & waterproof isn’t important to you. It was more water resistant than the other LAC thou I will give it that! And it was inky sooty black. I like my eyeliner as black as my soul, on a whorish level of black & this is it!! #itiswellwithmysoul Grade: B-

Lipstick -L.A. Colors -Lip Color in Dream #93


Perfect dupe of Urban Decay's Vice lipstick in "Wonderland." A creamy/glossy finish, hot pink (slightly coral) vanilla scent. It is stunning for summer, it looks great with all of the tropical/botanical prints on trend right now, especially the bright greens. Looks good with my red hair and bluish-green eyes.
Obviously it doesn't last as long, but is MUCH more moisturizing than Urban Decay and cost $1. The packaging is basic but looks very summery, being the bullet is the color of the lipstick. Score!

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Lipstick -L.A. Colors -Natural Shine

on 4/17/2018 6:17:00 PM


I have passed this by many times at Dollar Tree, thinking it would not look as good applied as it does in the tube. After reading a couple of good reviews from MUA posters, I bought it. Now, I will go back and buy a second tube! It is a beautiful neutral muted pink...not frosty, not chalky, not too shiny or too matte. I can use it successfully with either a warm or cool lip liner. It wears surprisingly well for something that is between a lipstick and a balm and is pretty moisturizing. This is so superior to many, many lipsticks and lip balms I have purchased at a much higher price. EDIT: I tried this without using a lip liner and, to my surprise, it looked chalky. With a lip liner it still looks great. Apparently, it needs that extra color nudge.

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Eye Shadow -L.A. Colors -Matte Eyeshadow Singles


I found this at Dollar General in the shade "Forbidden", and I can't find a picture of it :( It is this beautiful brick red shade that packs a punch and I love it! One swatch provides so much pigmentation that it's unbelievable. The most awesome part is that they're only 50 cents! Pick them up at your local Dollar General and you'll be surprised how amazing they are.

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Polishes -L.A. Colors -Color Last

on 4/16/2018 3:06:00 AM

My dad bought this in black because he’s been experimenting with his look and wanted to try nail polish. So I don’t know how much it cost. I assume not much though. I took it to use under some iridescent loose Micas I have from TKB Trading. I seldom bother with nail polish because it always seems to chip on me almost instantly, and if I can’t count on it looking nice for 12 hours, it’s too much trouble. But lately I have been playing around with it for whatever reason. Anyway this stuff is thick and very black. It’s so opaque that more than 1 coat would be overkill. Since it’s so thick and sets pretty fast, you have to work quickly when applying it to get an even coat. I find this a bit tricky, though I am not at all good at applying nail polish so if I can get decent results with it, most people should be able to also. Staying power/chip resistance seems well above average. And it’s nice that it leaves no stain on the nail after removal. On the whole, I recommend this product(at least in the black color).
So I decided I wanted a lilac nail polish to layer iridescent mica over, and I bought a different cheap polish. And guess what, super duper streaky. It was so frustrating. I ended up reading online that pastel shades are almost always streaky. I ended up going to Walmart and purchasing 2 more shades of Color Last, a lovely lilac(“Impression”), and a light bright apple green(“Energy”). I paid two American dollars per bottle. Because of what I read online about pastel shades streaking, I wasn’t super optimistic. I was very pleasantly surprised. I was totally able to get a nice smooth coat with both shades. I am really delighted. Now, they aren’t quite as pigmented as the black, they do need 2 coats for full opacity. But who cares, the thickish formula keeps it from streaking, it looks great, and I am happy. And I have to say, after working with them for awhile, I’ve become quite fond of the slightly wider brush design these have. Also the shade selection though not vast, was thoughtfully chosen, there’s at least 3-4 more colors I plan to try next time. I’m giving an extra star for their pastel shades not streaking.
I wanted to add one more thing, though this review is super long already. With this thick formula, you gotta load your brush up with a lot of polish, and apply a thick coat. It may seem like you applied too thick a coat, but when it dries it will seem like a normal thickness.

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