65% would repurchase
on 11/15/2017 3:27:00 PM
More reviews by csidephoto
The Tony Moly Choco Mushroom cream pore pack comes in the most adorable packaging EVER and smells just like chocolate pudding. It's a fantastic price and very user-friendly. The mask reminds me of a lightweight clay mask. It dries down to a velvety smooth texture that is easy to remove. It doesn't crackle or feels too tight when it dries.
on 11/12/2017 9:08:00 AM
More reviews by Glitterbear
I got this in Korea 3 years ago and I remember it was among the more expensive range. Snail and hydrogel related products were very popular so I got this to try. Like what other reviewers mentioned, the mask is split into half and its very difficult to put it on the face at times. Once I only got half on my face cause the other half drop into the bin literally when I was peeling off the plastic sheets. Noted for some piece it sticks well on my face whole some didnt. Mask did not fit exactly very well and there is no wow factor.Dont like it or hate it. Just very normal. No visable effects as well.Do not waste your money on this.
on 11/11/2017 4:46:00 PM
More reviews by AutumnDiamond
This is more like 1.5 out of 5 for me. I bought the white one with the intention of using it as a fixing spray after I use my setting spray, and then later keeping the adorable packaging and refilling it with setting spray. I like tiny packaging because I like to fit my daily routine into my small makeup bag.Little info for those who are unaware: a setting spray contains glycerin and not alcohol in its main ingredients, and is used to "mesh" your layers of makeup together into one. It is NOT for increasing makeup wear time, it is for giving a natural finish. A fixing spray contains alcohol near the top of the ingredient list and acts as a barrier and is intended to prolong wear time. Using a fixing spray over a setting spray theoretically works best because that way you're protecting all of your "meshed" layers, and not just the very top layer. Makeup companies don't bother labelling their sprays correctly because they think customers don't know/care (e.g. MAC Fix + is a setting spray, and Urban Decay Setting Sprays are actually fixing sprays) so you have to check the ingredient list to know wtf you're actually buying.I don't mind scented products, but this one smelled bad. Like a very strong soapy alcohol that they had put a little perfume in to try and mask the smell of. The nozzle on this is also one of the worst ones out of every spray I've used - probably on par with Elf. It squirts out large droplets unevenly, resulting in an uneven look unless you use an excessive amount. I found no noticeable improvements to my finish or wear time when using this.I have very sensitive skin and found this made me itch sometimes, but I don't think it actually broke me out. I may be wrong though because I stopped using this after a couple weeks because it just wasn't worth it.I switched to buying the mini bottle of MAC Fix + to satiate my cute tiny packaging cravings and while that was an improvement, it still wasn't that great. I don't understand the hype around Fix +s nozzle because every bottle I've bought from them has had a crappy inconsistent spray. I now use the Mario Badescu aloe and cucumber facial spray as a setting spray and I can happily call that an HG as it has an incredibly fantastic quality nozzle, cheap price, and works very well. It will not do anything for people who want to extend wear time though, but hopefully I can help out a few reviewers who didn't know until now that they wanted a setting spray and not a fixing spray. Every setting spray I've used has performed identically, so all the difference came down to the nozzle quality, price and scent.Truth be told I've never found a fixing spray that was worth the cost - they work best (in my experience) when sprayed liberally onto a kabuki brush and brushed on as a primer and then sprayed again at the end. Simply spraying at the end never did much. However using a good quality primer (and not the useless stuff by Maybelline, Collection 2000, Revlon etc that do nothing but make your skin softer, which is not what a primer is for... never buy a cheap invisible product to "test" it because it's not indicative at all of what they are capable of and I think it's a shame that primers are considered such a pointless product because the cheaper ones are notoriously useless) and a good setting powder makes your make up last way longer and have a nicer finish.
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on 11/7/2017 11:58:00 AM
More reviews by amandaesthr
every teenager in my country who use liptint probably have this exact product or probably the one from etude houseit's just your typical liptint with watery consistency price is affordable, student friendlyi think it's comparable with that dear my darling liptint from etude housenot a fan of liptintbut i must admit that this product is pigmented, staying power is okay.
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on 11/7/2017 11:54:00 AM
very cheap and affordablefor its price, it does an okay jobbut it doesn't long last on my eyelid tho
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