on 5/23/2018 2:25:00 PM
More reviews by MandaGee
Omg this broke me out so bad. Its been a month since ive last used it and my skin is still recovering.
on 5/23/2018 5:16:00 AM
More reviews by Deserts
I can't begin to tell...what even is this? It didn't remove much of my makeup and left my skin feeling dirty, oily, and disgusting. "Rinses away easily and leaves skin feeling soft and smooth with no greasy afterfeel or oily residue," what? Are we talking about the same product? And to remove eye makeup? Didn't even think of trying that. The instructions said to apply it to dry skin which I did, but I also tried to wet my face first just to see if there's a difference and nothing improved. And I had to use a lot of it every time to feel like it's "doing something" but that didn't really increase its effectiveness, although I did use it up pretty quickly and that's a good thing. I really wanted to give this product a one-star but it's not bad enough in my book. At least it didn't irritate my sensitive skin right? Anyway I'm very glad it's only a 1 Fl Oz / 30 ml sample, otherwise I'd probably be furious with such a purchase.
on 5/23/2018 4:23:00 AM
The .5 Oz/15 ml sample size lasted me two months so that's not bad, although I felt like I had to use a lot of the product to cover my whole face every time. I LOVE the fresh cucumber smell! Quite light-weight and the moisturizing level is ok. But other than these there's nothing too special about it.
on 5/18/2018 4:12:00 AM
More reviews by JolieBelle
This is a cult foundation for a reason, that being its staying power. It adheres to the skin like paint, and stays there until you take it off. I find it could be described as specifically formulated for oily skinned ladies and gents, as it doesn't need setting powder (unless you have exceptionally oily skin i presume), doesn't break down on critical oily areas throughout the day (nostrils, in between the brows, nose, inner cheeks), doesn't oxidize or change color. I absolutely adore it and yes, if i had to wear a single foundation for the rest of my life, this would be it. This is my "husband" foundation. The rest are all occasional, short-termed, exciting but quick-fizzling, cool-but-enough-now "affairs". Pros:- one of the few foundations that actually does what it claims to do;- great coverage without looking dry, cakey or streaky;- beautiful smooth finish, like glass/paint;- very long lasting;- unbreakable, doesn't dissolve on oily areas or under the eyes. This particularity is almost impossible to find in other foundations, in my opinion, and if met, it comes with significant disadvantages (extreme thickness, dryness, for example the Kat Von D/ LA Girl foundations);- contrary to other reviews, i personally don't find it drying under the eyes at all. Eye cream is a general must for the skin regardless of one wearing makeup or not;- extensive shade rage, for pretty much everyone;- very buildable if applied fast;- a little goes a long way, a bottle will last for months with daily use;- replaces concealer successfully;- good skin tolerance (didn't break me out);- wonderful natural look for its consistency and coverage. Pretty much 5% heavier on the skin than liquid foundations. Cons:- expensive (but good things cost money);- the significant shade range makes it difficult to choose one's right tone, particularly in store lights;- the glass bottle albeit beautiful is not user-friendly and needs a pump;- needs attentive removal, hard to scrub off. I will continue to repurchase this foundation and not the light version as i don't want to stray. The company could offer a more extensive guideline for choosing the right shade and add a pump and they'd be market leaders.
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on 5/17/2018 5:04:00 PM
More reviews by beddy
pros:med to full coveragematte and do not need to set with powder (i have oily combo skin this keeps me matte all day)long lastinggreat color selection, (nc20-25, 2w1 dawn in this foundation)cons:broke me out and very skin congestingcan look dry and cakey if put too much on or if you dont moisturize well enoughsmells a bit oddno pumpId suggest the nars radiant longwear foundation, its much lighter on the skin and does the same thing except this lasts longer and is a lot more matte. But since i got cycstic acne from this id never use this again
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on 5/17/2018 12:21:00 PM
More reviews by Catrin
When the Pure Color Envy 5-palettes range was newly released (2014?) with reformulated eyeshadows I got myself the #07 Infamous Sky. Several weeks later I came back to purchase the Ivory Power. The quality was excellent. The longevity without any primer on my *very* oily lids was superb, like 6-8 hours - that was the main reason why I bought them. The blendability - great (however, for the price it should be), the texture silky smooth. And a very “adult” microshimmer - an elegant sheen, not in-your-face teen shimmer - smth I looked for and only found in these palettes at that time (other brands’ releases seemed either too glittery or straight up matte). Also, after the eyeshadows gave in to my oily lids, they swiped away easily with a finger without having to rub the remains or leaving a trace/stain (Clé de Peau, I’m looking at you!).It is such a shame they discontinued the Infamous Sky :( The sheeny cool beige and silvery grey were and still are in 2018 virtually undupable (incl. MAC, UD and MUFE “pro” ranges). The whole palette actually is undupable to this day - the 4 color shades allowed a nude beige look, a more intense cool beige-brown look, a silvery-grey with dark navy eyeliner look, a mixture of the beige and grey (looked so good on my green eyes), and the beige looked magical as a lower lid liner (defined without being heavy). I actually first bought the palette for the beige which was a close dupe (but a bit less flattering shade) for the Sisley #03 Dune single (or was it “Nude”? - a beautiful sheeny light beige with silky buttery texture but sadly no longevity, which btw turned out to be rather undupable). And the grey became my other favorite. It was for me truly a “desert island” pallette, perfect for travel, too. This is the only palette I would definitely repurchase in a heartbeat for its great choice of shades.The Ivory Power was an excellent satiny/matte beige/brown neutral-cool palette. Very office-proof. However, not undupable. E.g. the Chanel quad in # Tissé Essentiel is a close dupe, albeit it is warmer. Both my palettes expired and it really showed at around 6 months after their respective expiration dates - the *very* dense texture (which I so loved) turned noticeably softer and started giving kick up (using the same MUFE brush as before - which in the beginning was actually too soft for the density, and at times I switched to a harsher but grippier synthetic MAC). And the longevity became worse. So this range is not the case for stashing up! And I wonder why EL did it - cause it was understandable for Sisley with lots of extracts and oils in their eyeshadows - but the totally non-natural EL? Idk. The range imo is very stable quality-wise - every shade in every palette I swatched was good and longwearing(!). Unlike, say, Lancome 5-palettes - the reformulated in 2016 (?) range - which is all over the place quality-wise.
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on 5/14/2018 3:54:00 AM
More reviews by sarahlovemore
This is quite simply, the best and most versatile foundation on the market. It is a high coverage, long wearing foundation, available in 36 shades. With that as a start, you can then mix it with other products and alter it for other purposes. If you are feeling dry and want a more dewy finish, add in your favourite face oil. If you want more of a glow, mix in one of your glowy type primers e.g. MAC Strobe Cream. If you want to change the tone of it, add in a tint of mix it with one of your other foundations. If you want a more sheer finish, mix it in with your moisturiser or SPF. It honestly can't be beat. I have tried countless other foundations, I guess to just try something new, but each time, without fail I come back to this and wonder why I ever bothered in the first place.
on 5/13/2018 11:45:00 AM
More reviews by Partypooper
I've been looking for a serum for a while so I decided to give this much-hyped product a go. I believe that it brightens and tightens, but my dry skin didn't like this at all. I had to apply three times more moisturizer and skin mist than usual. We all know that moisture is the secret to youthful looking skin, so a product that dries you out seems kinda counterproductive. This wasn't the only issue that I had with it, either. Within a matter of two days, it gave me pimples, and I'm not prone to breakouts. I didn't care much for the chemical scent either.
on 5/13/2018 9:09:00 AM
More reviews by Geooooooorge
Nearly a decade ago, I borrowed my mum's tube for the first time (this was when I was a poor student with no concept of how grotty it actually is to borrow someone else's eye makeup, simpler times...) It was the first mascara I had tried that DIDN'T end up smeared half-way down my face by midday (oily gal probs), making me look like a hungover, hard-partying panda who had been in a fist fight and come off worst. It was a total game-changer. It was heaven for my medium-short, unbelievably straight lashes that couldn't hold a curl if their tiny little lives depended on it. I scrimped, saved, caught the bus instead of driving and took on as many extra shifts at work as possible, to make the idea of me owning this sorcery myself a reality.I finally had soft, fluttery lashes that stayed on my eyes instead of migrating to my. It held them in a delicate curl once dry and they actually stayed there, all day! They didn't flake, or clump, or look anything other than bangin' but also natural, like I was one of those people who were born with lashes that looked pretty and 'girly' and opened up my face. The icing on the cake was watching those little tubies sail down the sink or shower drain without any scrubbing or makeup remover, just a splash of warm water. WATER! It was love. I would drag my friends to the Estee Lauder counter when we were at the beauty store to try this potion of happiness to make them love it as much as I did. I was a maniac in those early days of discovery, but friends who actually tried it also loved it and were pretty darn stoked that they could wear a mascara out clubbing and not look like they had drawn all over their face with black sharpie afterwards. I hijacked travelling friends/family's duty free time to make them bring it back for me so I could have my fix.For 9 years, this has been my holiest of holies, my pièce de résistance, the crowning jewel of my made-up face. Until 3 months or so ago, when (devastatingly I may add) out of the blue, I developed acute contact dermatitis. On my eyelids. After using a brand-new-never-been-touched-by-human-hands/eyes/whatever tube I had just purchased. Horror, disbelief, grief... I felt them all. My doc gave me some cream and sent me on my way with advice to skip the eye makeup for 2 weeks to let my lids stop swelling, itching, stinging and flaking and just heal. I did as I was told and when the wonderful day arrived, I elatedly swiped my way back into lash glory. And the redness came back. As did the itchy-flaky-puffy-stingy feelings of both allergies/grave disappointment. Again I tried the 2-week wait and see, but every time I reapplied it, the same thing. I tried other inferior mascaras and my lids were totally fine. I tried this one again and itch. My own body sabotaged my happiness. Alas I return to the exhausting hunt for the best mascara, hoping that one day I will try this beauty again and it will be like those first 9 years all over again. Even though I'm sad, nine years is pretty good innings, no? TL/DR: Pro's: -Doesn't clump, flake or smudge. -Stays on even if you're oily as anything. -Comes off easily with water. -Seems to be pretty sweat resistant.-Formula is forgiving, isn't too wet or too dry.-Pretty good at maintaining a lash-curler induced curl.-Looks natural.-Gives length and definition.-Comes with a spoolie brush (if that's your jam.)Cons:-Is fairly 'up there' cost wise, at least it is her in NZ.-Doesn't work on my stupid face anymore. (More of a personal gripe....)
on 5/12/2018 9:12:00 PM
More reviews by wonderbuy
This feels like a $10 kbeauty cleanser, this is a standard run of the mill foaming cleanser with slight creaminess. It does not have any treatment ingredients and was not particularly hydrating. There is nothing special about the experience and I think Shiseido, La Prairie and La Mer cleansers are much better that this price range. Really no one needs to spend this much on a cleanser but if you do, you want it to feel like a spa experience. This was not it. I recommend you try before you buy.
on 5/12/2018 12:36:00 PM
More reviews by jessicamayprice
Like lots of other people, I lovvveee DW but find it too heavy on my skin for everyday wear. I've been wearing DWL for a year and a half now and I'm never going back. I've been on a mission to find the perfect foundation since I was 15 and here we are 15 years later, and I've found it :) The texture is amazing - creamy, easy to blend and really easy to build coverage. My skin looks glowy and gorgeous, even on days when I'm tired or a bit run down. It doesn't completely cover dark circles or my patches of hyperpigmentation, but that's what colour correctors and concealer are for right? It looks natural and fresh, and doesn't feel heavy or cakey. I get compliments on my skin all the time and DWL definitely has a part to play in that... so thanks Estée Lauder!
on 5/10/2018 12:43:00 AM
More reviews by Jenn93
I had to try this foundation because it is so famous. The foundation it self has AMAZING coverage. However, it comes across a little cakey after a while because it is so thick and kind of heavy. I personally prefer a lighter and more natural looking foundation, but it does what it promises - high coverage.
on 5/9/2018 4:38:00 AM
More reviews by selfishfrick
I purchased a gift set with sample sized products from EL that included this cream and the eye cream of the same category. I really like this cream and use it at night with advanced night repair serum. Good product, goes well together with any other brand serums. the skin feels soft, smooth, nourished and firm but not oily/greasy; I also like the EL smell a lot. I would buy this product but also looking for a bit cheaper alternative of a night cream with the same effect.
on 5/9/2018 4:26:00 AM
I love this stuff. I ran out several sample size bottles of this, feeling a need now to use this every night before applying the cream/moisturizer. Immediately after the application I feel the skin is plumped, it's not dry and not oily, a very comfort feeling; the skin is so smooth. I enjoy using it and I love the smell. Did not experience any breakouts. It's like an elixir and a special night routine step for my skin. Really thinking about getting a full size product, however, yes, the price is very high for it.
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on 5/8/2018 8:55:00 PM
More reviews by KateLausanne
This is by far the largest bronzer I ever had. It's huge and I'm quite positive that only pro makeup artists are able to hit the pan before product expires. I find it to be too dark, too obvious and too orange on my skin. (Bare in mind I love Hoola Lite and BareMinerals invisible bronzers)The packaging feels like something that comes from a drugstore, I hate the brush it comes with. Also, the bronzer itself doesn't last long enough on my skin. There are better products out there.
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