on 12/2/2017 9:03:00 AM
More reviews by saramason111
Edit: I upped this to 4 lippies and would give 5 if it weren't for the lack of consistency. I have the medium (see review below) and then several months later decided to give it another try and got "light" which is more Golden toned (medium is a cool taupe color). There is less highlight specks in the Light and it is also less cakey. I like the Light and it really does cover imperfections very well and the skin friendly ingredients like niacinamide and peptides make this a great option for me. One compact should last a least several months. The medium shade I've been using as a taupe eyeshadow base.This is like a illuminator/highlighter mixed with a powder foundation - swatched, it literally looks like a subtle highlighter you'd wear across the tops of cheeks, bridge of nose, etc. All over the face, it's a shiny mess that is drying, cakey, and settles into fine lines. If I'm wearing a matte foundation, I'll set it very lightly with this powder to give a glow or I'll use it as a highlighter. The first ingredient is mica - which is the first ingredient for most illuminating powders (think Mineral Glow Pearls by physicians formula or Hourglass Ambient Powders), but why would this company think you'd want to use this like a powder foundation with disco ball face?
on 12/2/2017 2:28:00 AM
More reviews by Paulaschoicefan
Love this! First saw on ‘Hot and Flashy’ with Angie. I wear in the shade Light and I am shade NC20 in MAC. I prefer to apply with a light hand using a big fluffy brush (Real Techniques big powder brush). When I tried to apply with a powder foundation brush it looked too mask like. It really is very quick and easy to apply and gives a clean natural non cakey look. I would say it’s light to medium coverage depending how much you put on. Can be reapplied throughout the day without looking powdery. It doesn’t cling to dry spots or settle in pores of fine lines. It’s my new favourite foundation!
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on 12/1/2017 7:39:00 PM
More reviews by SarahMcD
Ho-hum moisturizer with too much citrus fragrance. The container a jar so it isn't ideal for protecting the ingredients or preventing germs from breeding. It's not awful but I wouldn't buy it in the future.
on 12/1/2017 1:57:00 PM
More reviews by fatbottmdgrl
I decided to try this after my beloved Shiseido Refining Primer was discontinued/removed from the Sephora website. I do like this primer, it is billed as an oil-free skin perfecting serum primer. It does help to control oil on the skin and makes your foundation go on flawlessly and makes it last all day. However, this is called "translucent", but it isn't. If you use too much, it will definitely leave a whitish cast on the skin. It is a creamy consistency and comes in an airless pump tube, consistent with most of IT's liquid products. One pump is usually sufficient to cover your entire face. But, the fact that is a thicker cream sometimes makes it harder for your to pump it out of the tube and then you may pump too much. Pores will be filled in by this primer, but some texture will still be visible. You do get a generous amount of product for the price ($38 USD), and usually IT products last a long time. Will purchase again.
on 11/30/2017 7:39:00 AM
More reviews by anderson02
I am confused by the mixed reviews on this mascara. I received my first tube of this as a gift from my mom. I have had such 'bad' luck with mascaras (in 25 years, the only one I really liked/HG status was Chanel Le Volum) that I didn't have high expectations. This mascara is the HG of all time. It blows everything else that I have tried out of the water. Some reviewers state that it clumps or changes after a few uses. I have not had this problem, partly due to the fact that I store this standing upright. I don't wear this all of the time (lazy days, very casual days) because it packs a punch. On days where I need a little "less" (never thought I would say that about my stubby lashes) I use Chanel Le Volume or L'Oreal Voluminous. Most days, though, I wear this. I just repurchased. Would highly highly recommend.
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on 11/30/2017 4:21:00 AM
More reviews by urstandingonmytoes
I love this powder, it works really well on my aging/mature skin. It does blur the look of pores, it sets my foundation well, and it gives a matte, but not dry finish to the skin. It is expensive, but I have already repurchased. This powder and their CC cream are the only products out of their line that I can wear without breaking out, luckily I haven't had any issues at all with this powder causing me any acne or skin irritation.
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on 11/28/2017 11:27:00 AM
More reviews by rainshine
I have been looking forever for an acne concealer that has good ingredients. Most of them (like Clinique's) are just like regular concealers with no treatment ingredients. This has salicylic acid, tea tree oil and drying agents like sulfur. It has great packaging--a little bottle with a wand that gives precise application so you don't lose too much product. it also comes in several colors and is not too thick (but can be layered) so it doesn't look obvious. Only drawback it's pricey--but wait for sales.
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on 11/28/2017 12:54:00 AM
More reviews by abbeybrain
Very nice. One pump is enough for my face and a little down the middle of my neck. It starts off neutral, almost grey and then changes to skin tone.
on 11/27/2017 8:43:00 AM
More reviews by emeraldkitteh
Sadly this broke me out. A bit drying but the first 4 hrs of wear are nice. I used it for about 10 days to make sure breakouts were due to this. Sunscreen is usually a culprit for me
on 11/26/2017 3:44:00 AM
More reviews by kittenmint
This is a very divisive product apparently, but I personally love it! I have been using it for the last couple of months after being given samples from Sephora, and will definitely buy one for myself after I finish up my Maybelline Fit Me. This product is very thick, but provides extremely full coverage without being heavy or cakey under the eye area. It also doesn’t sink into fine lines under the eyes, which is fantastic! A little goes a long way with this product. I simply use a drop, warm it up between my fingers, dot under my eyes and on my eyelids and then blend out with a brush. I find it blends easily and creates a full coverage but still natural finish. It stays all day under the eyes. I also tried it out as foundation, as it says you can do on the pack, but I much prefer it as concealer. As foundation, it lasted around 6 hours on the skin before starting to separate around the nose area. Overall this is a great product, I would definitely repurchase, it covers my under eye circles amazingly! A+
on 11/25/2017 4:08:00 PM
More reviews by lizfiz50
It's... ok. It's not as great as their CC, which is one of my faves. Also, the price is way steep. You can't buy in stores. The cream makes you look cake-y. Like with the CC cream, it can blend with other foundations to adjust colors. Makes the products better IMO, lol.
on 11/25/2017 4:00:00 PM
This is my go-to product when I have like ZERO time to go through my lengthy makeup regimen. It makes my skin look fresh and natural. Minus one lipstick only because they lack in range of colors and I'm in between light and medium. I use medium, but I find that by mixing it with any of my lighter foundations, it blends well and even improves some foundations that I use. Definitely will be using this for years to come.
on 11/24/2017 2:52:00 PM
More reviews by BeachBunnieXO
I would give this 5 stars if the consistency wasn’t so thick. You have to warm it up between your fingers to get it to spread out more easily without having to tug at the fragile skin around your eyes. I find it definitely works best when applied with your fingers, which can be difficult if you have long nails, but it definitely covers really well, stays in place, and doesn’t accentuate any fine lines around the eyes. I use this every day before applying the rest of my makeup.
on 11/24/2017 2:49:00 PM
Most It! Cosmetics products I’ve tried, I’ve loved. This just does not sit on my skin well. It looks chalky at first, but after a few minutes it does settle in ...and then it does this weird thing where it clings to my foundation and sort of bunches it together. I end up having little spots on and around my nose, and on my chin. When you try to fix it, it’s almost impossible without taking your foundation off in that area and starting over. From a distance, it does have an airbrushed look, but I find that it doesn’t last very long... maybe 30 minutes, and then I think I look even oilier after. I’ve tried using just a tiny amount, using more, using a brush instead of the applicator sponge, using over different foundations ; nothing seems to make it work with my skin. It settles into my laugh lines and makes them look way more noticeable. I hardly have lines there but this powder actually accentuates them. :( A lot of people seem to love this powder, including my best friend, but it just isn’t for me.
on 11/24/2017 8:09:00 AM
More reviews by Joparekh
I guess every product have different reaction on different type of skin. So a product cannot please everyone. life would be too easy then😉
for me that powder really worked. it hide my pore very well and matify my skin .
I do agree that you have to put and need only a small amount.
I have no issue with flash back picture as no one usually take picture of me when I walk down a street😉
Are you sure this product is discontinued?
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