on 3/23/2018 9:29:00 PM
More reviews by SD24
When I first looked at this palette in the Sephora website the colours looked amazing! I have Olive Tan skin and I love how warm toned purples and corals look on me. I didn’t have many eyeshadow palettes, so when I saw all the good reviews on this palette I was like you know what? I might as well buy it. When I got it I started swatching, and I didn’t like it at all for some reason. The light shades on the left were so powdery they blended away, I can’t even use them, but the warm transition shades were amazing! The shade that I was excited about the most was Peach Sangria. But it swatches so bad!! My Zoeva and morphe eyeshadow brushes barely pick it up, so I was like I should just try to apply it with my finger and then blend the edges, but nope, it doesn’t work as well. I was so disappointed. Anyways the 3 darkest shades on the right swatched the best. But sadly, all of the shades barely show up on my eyelids. I tried everything to make this work. I can use like 5 shadows in total that was a waste of money wasn’t it?And by the way- the colours in real life look so much brighter, I wish they were as muted as they look like swatched in the Sephora website. In conclusion, I spent so much money on palettes that don’t work, I should invest in something gurenteed to work- Natasha Denona palettes for example. Expensive but worth it!
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on 3/23/2018 9:28:00 PM
More reviews by Odmayhea
Let me preface this by saying I am not typically averse to using a moisturizer that contains silicone, but this one has so much that it was balling up on my skin while I applied. It left my skin still feeling thirsty because it just sat on top and didn't actually moisturize. The day after I used it, the I had a series of whiteheads across my forehead, where I never breakout, and the skin around my nose was peeling. I will be returning this and sticking to Renewed Hope in a Jar by Philosophy.
on 3/23/2018 9:27:00 PM
More reviews by AppleMintTea
This is such a weird foundation because it seems like it either works beautifully or ends up being a complete disaster. Sadly, I'm in the latter camp. This stuff picks up on every single dry spot and every single pore and just looks unpleasantly cakey on my face. The wide shade range is commendable, and it is less than $5, but that's about it. It does look like the type of formula that is better suited for oily skin, however.
on 3/23/2018 9:25:00 PM
More reviews by clarissa90
This is such a glitter bomb on me. I may have been spoiled by the Hourglass highlighters. I will not purchase.
More reviews by Haylie34
I was given this product as a gift. The dryer works well- as in it is nice machinery, but left my hair lack lustre. Even on the lowest setting it’s too much for my hair. After a couple of months use I found my crown to be thinned out. I’m also not a a huge fun of the magnet - manage to knock it off with the brush at least once during the drying procedure. This product is however very useful for grooming my thick curly haired poodles 🐩! I also find the case to be nice to look at but overall bulky and takes up more space than a regular blow dryer. If you have medium to fine hair you’re money is probably better spent on salon services.
More reviews by PaleInComparison
If you are pale or fairer, this will probably work just fine for you in terms of color. I wanted a translucent matte setting powder that isn't glittery, oxidizing, or expensive, and this absolutely fits the bill. I got it half price during a sale and it's worth every penny *if* you don't have oily skin. But it does require a light hand and a fluffier brush, anything more looks like flour on your face. That being said, other powder products play well with this and it seems to keep everything in place with no touch ups.I see some people say it breaks easily (several in the display were already broken) so that is my one warning. I may try it as a loose powder if that happens to mine.
on 3/23/2018 9:19:00 PM
More reviews by Selenite
This is basically the Scott Barnes version of Countess Isserlyn Liquid Makeup. It has the stir stick and even the basic shape of the bottle is almost identical. While the Countess keeps fresh for hours, it doesn't quite have the glow that Multimedia does. It's not surprising since Barnes created the J-Lo glow back in the day. Countess also has much stronger coverage from the get-go. Multimedia offers buildable coverage and suggests different application methods. Both are hard to find irl and both are roughly the same price. I have to admit that I wouldn't like having to choose between the two.
on 3/23/2018 9:04:00 PM
The best lip balm I've ever used. Turns even the driest, flakiest lips into plush pillows. Amazingly moisturizing formula aside, it's super affordable and the packaging makes application so easy, unlike those tins you have to dip your fingers into. Being a mint addict, I've only bothered with the Mint flavor, but the other varieties sound just as tempting.
Oil-based foundations were practically on the verge of extinction. There was the forgotten legend, Countess Isserlyn Liquid Makeup and that was pretty much it. Then Multimedia Makeup came on the scene. Then this foundation. Oil in makeup is hot now. Oil-based foundations tend to be runnier than water and silicone and require mixing prior to use. This is considered to be sheer but it's actually quite easy to get fuller coverage without looking too cakey. It also stays on and keeps looking fresh. If you want to explore a missing link in the evolution of foundation, give this one a try.
on 3/23/2018 9:02:00 PM
More reviews by itslucasdean
The best contouring powder you'd ever use!
Forget about those cool toned bronzers: this one has the actual shade of a shadow.
Nevertheless, you ain't gonna find it easy or quick to blend (due to the high percentage of pigments!), but at the end it gives your makeup that professional look we're all looking for.
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