72% would repurchase
on 3/19/2018 6:19:00 AM
More reviews by tinkerrbelle
Amber vanilla musks and a hint of hazelnuts? Doesn't give me a leather vibe. Rich and warm, a little overpowering in the amber for me. Good silage, fairly long lasting.Top Notes - black currant, cassia, ylang-ylang Heart Notes - tuberose, jasmine, pink peony, lily-of-the-valleyBase Notes - amber, vanilla
on 3/19/2018 5:31:00 AM
More reviews by insynity
Really pretty color but doesn't last very long on the nails.
on 3/19/2018 3:01:00 AM
More reviews by bionicbigjames
This is great lipstick! When I first got this in my Sephora PlayBox, I was perplexed. A matte lipstick in a jumbo pencil in the color Greystone. The color was absolutely hideous and I, for the life of me, couldn't understand why they thought it would be a good idea to create a lip color that resembles the color of mud. It looked horrible on me as it did on all the other people who swatched it....*BUT*, as I was applying it, I couldn't help but admire its smooth & creamy texture. It applied like a dream and the pencil allowed me to define the borders of my lips with such precision. It's like a lipstick and a liner all rolled into one and I liked that. Sooo, I decided I would buy one in a better color and I love it! I got it in the shade, "Burgundy," and it looks so much better on. It stays on forever and while it started to get a bit dry later in the day, it still stayed put, just like it's namesake, and the color still looked great. The biggest downside would be their scanty color selection. They only have 4 or 5 shades and they aren't the prettiest of colors, in my opinion. Rose and Burgundy are their best shades. Also at $24, they are pretty pricey. Personally, I would rather spend that money on Kat Von D Everlasting Liquid Lipstick or Stila Stay All Day Liquid Lipstick. Having said that, I still really love my Burgundy tube, so I will give this 4 lippies and hope NUDESTIX releases a better shade selection.
on 3/19/2018 2:49:00 AM
More reviews by NoahN
PACKAGING: pump bottle, comes with a protective cap that's very looseSCENT: light and lovely, doesn't linger too long unfortunatelyTEXTURE: light oil, not too heavy or greasyINGREDIENTS: I've added the ingredients for everyone to take a look. It contains agents like silicone & argain oil which make hair smooth, and niacinamide & adonesine which boost hair growth, although these are on the bottom half of the list which means there's not a very high percentage of them in the product.PERFORMANCE: does what it promises to do, makes my hair smooth & almost tangle-free. After washing my hair I usually apply conditioner, leave it on for 30 mins and rinse it off, but on days when I use purple shampoo/ toner (I have bleached hair and like to use that twice a month to keep my hair from turning brassy), I reach for this serum to avoid using the conditioner (which, together with the process of having to rinse my hair again, would take off a lot of the color that I previously put on). It does the job and it's so affordable. Would definitely repurchase!
on 3/19/2018 1:43:00 AM
More reviews by RunningInRoseGold
I have a bit of an obsession with DIY beauty AND hair removal, so about 6 months ago, I finally purchased a nice home waxing setup to save some money. I really wanted the same wax that European Wax Center uses, but as it turns out, they don’t actually sell it anywhere. However, I saw a few videos and reviews that compared Cirepil wax to what EWC uses, and decided to give it a try. I bought the 14oz tin to start (not the huge bag of beads). I also bought the professional-size GiGi Honey wax warmer with adjustable heat and a huge bag of wooden wax sticks. Now that I have a few waxes under my belt, here are my thoughts:- This is an EXCELLENT bikini area/Brazilian wax. I think it’s almost identical to what EWC uses. Whether you pull the wax fast or slow, the hair WILL come out...and it comes out with the bulb intact, so you know you got the whole hair by the root. I’ve never had broken hairs with this wax, or even post-waxing bumps or ingrowns. It’s a fairly gentle wax, meaning it sticks to the hair and doesn’t bruise or pull at your skin. Any redness afterward is minimal and short-lived. If you use good technique and keep the skin taut, the only pain is the hair being pulled out. For bikini area, this wax works best at a medium temperature.- This is just an “okay” wax for arms and legs. It works best on coarse hair, and it really needs to be HOT, not warm, to grab any fine hair. If you don’t feel smooth after the initial irritation from waxing subsides, you probably just missed the fine hairs. I actually prefer to use my epilator (I have the Braun Silk Epil 9) to remove my leg hair.- This is a very good wax for underarms. The worst part of waxing your own underarms is trying to decide which direction to apply the wax in vs which way to pull the wax off...the hair grows in all different directions. However, using this wax gives me a cleaner, longer-lasting result than epilating my underarms, because it doesn’t break the hair (ever). If the wax sticks to a hair properly, the hair comes out; if it doesn’t stick properly, the hair just stays in place, albeit with some bits of blue wax on it. I use those leftover bits of wax as my guide when looking for stray hairs to tweeze.Once I figured out the best pre-waxing prep for my skin, and got the hang of applying the wax, I started getting better than professional results. I’ve been to multiple salons and specialized waxing studios - and tried multiple waxers at most of those places, too - and I’ve NEVER left a salon/waxing place feeling like they did the best job. I’ve always had a ton of stray hairs or broken hairs to tweeze after a professional wax. At home, with this wax? Almost no stray hairs to tweeze, and no broken hairs at all! I literally get a smoother, more complete wax just DIYing it, so why would I go back to a studio? Home waxing isn’t as fast (an hour for a DIY Brazilian, vs 15 minutes at a studio), but if it saves me $60 per month, it’s worth it. I’ll still use European Wax Center for those times when I’m out of town or just can’t squeeze in a home wax, but it will no longer be my default/go-to for waxing! I’ve done multiple waxes now, and I’ve only used maybe 1/4 the tin of wax...but to make it even more cost-effective, I’ll eventually buy the bag of wax beads and just refill the tin.
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