81% would repurchase
on 6/2/2018 7:12:00 AM
More reviews by Addy235ZNHrl
Fantastic product for dehydrated, flaky, or dry skin with a damaged moisture barrier. It's also effective for burns from chemical peels. I have combination skin. The skin around my nose gets dehydrated (as opposed to dry) and flaky easily, especially in winter months with the heaters running all day. I squeeze out one dot of the mask, spread it between my forefingers, and massage it just around my nose. I'll apply a thinner layer all over and I don't need a lot of product to cover my face. My skin is sticky after applying the mask. Suqqu says you can blot off the excess with a tissue after 15 minutes, I prefer to leave it on. I wake up next morning with dewy hydrated skin. If I'm feeling really dehydrated or if my skin is raw/burnt from chemical peels, I'll apply a second layer the next morning, then sunscreen, and then my makeup. My makeup (esp foundation around my nose) looks good for the day. I'm impressed with how it penetrate the skin and hydrates deeply. When my skin is very dehydrated, particularly the bit around my nose, creams and emulsions just feel like they're sitting on top, and when I touch my skin, it feels rough. After I apply the Suqqu Moisture Rich Mask, the dehydrated rough parts of my face become soft and normal again. The mask is a thick translucent gel. You can spray a hydrating mist and it will spread more easily. It turns milky white if you rub it in, that's normal and the product turns transparent after a few minutes.
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on 4/21/2018 1:13:00 AM
More reviews by raluko
This my absolute favorite palette for pink/peachy spring season eyeshadows. The yellow highlighter, the creamy peach and the matte pink make such a gorgeous gradation on the eyes with minimum blending effort, that even though I prefer simple and quick cream stick shadows in the mornings, this powder is still easy enough to apply in a pinch. The brown is rich and pigmented, a good coffee matte brown that works great as a liner for this look. I use the peach shadow as my transition shade in the daytime, but in the nighttime I often accentuate the crease with a touch of contour/blush, Harusumire, also from Suqqu. A simple, chic spring quad that is part of Suqqu`s permanent collection.
on 4/5/2018 1:17:00 PM
More reviews by starzi
This foundation retails at £46, whereas their extra rich cream foundation costs £64. This is a nice medium coverage foundation. Its a biphasic foundation, so you have to shake it before using to mix the oil and foundation together. I use it with their blooming primer, but can't comment on their primer (not sure how effective it is). With one layer its a quite sheer coverage. i usually use a bit of a thicker layer so its medium coverage. It might be better to layer it as suggested by the reviewed below, but I've not tried that as don't have time for that! I apply it with my fingers, which gives a natural finish. I took one lippie off as the colour selection is not great. Its different from their extra rich cream foundation. In the cream foundation I'm a perfect match in 002, but 002 in this foundation is quite light, but 003 is way too orange for me. 102 is quite pink so also not suitable. So in the end, I bought 002. It does oxidize half a shade after half an hour, so then it becomes a good match. Its expensive for a foundation, but not expensive in terms of Suqqu products. Its got a stopper, which is great for controlling the amount, however I noticed that the screw part can get quite dirty. It does last for at least 8 hours, but I do notice some fading after work, but not super obvious unless I'm literally checking at a spot. It gives the skin a nice glow, which does last, not too dewy, definitely not matte. Oil control is not great. No fragrance so good news for some. Its a good foundation, but nothing spectacular like the extra rich cream foundation. May purchase if I warm up to it more.
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on 3/18/2018 7:43:00 AM
While I am willing to splurge on skincare and a good foundation, I tend to be less picky when it comes to primers: I tend to think that, well, a good moisturizer and sunblock should do the trick for most days, so I don`t much bother with primers if it`s not a special occasion. However, this Suqqu Blooming Glow primer blew me away. It`s a cherry blossom pink liquid of a very watery consistency, which is a bit scary because it looks almost Pepto Bismol-like pink. However, once I applied it, it blended into my skin so well, and it gave a soft, natural glow with just the tiniest rosy hint of health. The glow is suffused in the skin, there are no tacky particles or weird glow as with those awful metallic highlighters which are so popular in the West. Suqqu is all about enhancing your own beauty while still looking natural and well-put together as a mature, dignified woman. The only thing I am not particularly thrilled with, is that SPF is so low, 12 PA++, but I always wear a ton of sunblock underneath anyway. It`s quite expensive, about 6800 JPY plus tax. It works really well with the new Suqqu foundation that was just launched, and I will most likely buy the two together. For Suqqu, I`ve realized that their foundations work really well with the primers, unlike most other brands, and I`ve really been using them together for almost 10 years now.
on 3/12/2018 12:29:00 AM
This color is described as "brown, pink blossom" which is quite true to what`s in the pan. The highlighter portion is pink, the blush portion is pinkish brown. I have worn this both as a blush, bronzer and contour. Depending how you load your brush and where you apply on your face, I think it works equally well for fair complexions. I love the elegant, compact packaging that makes it easy to take along for trips. There are no fragrances or glitter in this product, and it lasts really well on the cheeks. A great multi-tasking blush for me.
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