When the girl used it on me in the store I thought I had to have it! Very expensive for what it is! Colour looked patchy on my skin and faded within 5 minutes and also wiped my foundation off when applying, wanted to love this product but couldn't get it to work for me! Given to my mum and works really well on her! Disappointing product in my eyes!
As a blusher yes and a nice one too, but as a lip color naa the texture is not right maybe if followed by some gloss
For what this is, this is way too expensive. If you swivel the product down the quantity is no more than an inch deep. In fact swiping a coral pearl finish lipstick on your cheek would give a similar effect. Not only this but Fine One One broke me out after a few hours and little pimples appeared on the side of my cheeks, that was very strange.
I love using this as a base for my Coralista or Sugarbomb boxed blush. It helps the staying power. Also, I like to wear fine one one on a beach day. That way I'm still colored but not with a heavy load of makeup. I actually really like this product regardless of the poor reviews.
Not impressed. Overhyped, expensive nonsense. It is a blush and a highlighter in one. It barely shows up on my light olive skin and fades quickly. Jeez, my ELF blush and highlighter are better than this! I'm giving it to my daughter.
Fine-one-one is a convenient, retractable, and easy to use cream blush. The lighter pink shade is the highlight, then theres a middle watermelon shade, and a deeper coral shade next. You swipe this along the apples of your cheek with the lightest shade facing up, and blend into your skin. You'll get a nice, natural looking flush to your cheek. It also can be used as lip color and give nice coral color when mixed on your lips. I love this simple packaging and it is so easy to use.
I'm really torn between loving and hating this product. I love it but it's so expensive!
The packaging is really cute. I use this product on my cheeks only, not on my lips like it's advertised. The colors are flattering and blend together nicely, but the staying power is not worth the $30 I paid for it. It's just so convenient to have multidimensional color in one stick for those days where I don't have a lot of time to spend on my makeup.
An SA swatched this on me and the colors didn't show up at all. Just a slight glisten. I'm black, medium toned, for reference. The concept of the stick makes sense. She showed how you can apply the different colors on different parts of your face. It seemed like a clever idea and it may suit lighter skin tones. She said it was great for a "pop of color." I was like, "pop of what? I don't see anything." Anyway, you might want to swatch before buying to see if it works for you.
So happy to be the first to review this -- and this is a first impressions review on this product:
Tried it for the first time today and I already love it! It's so easy to use! I have an NC20-25 skin tone and this shows up on me just fine. I swiped it twice in a 'C' shape across my cheekbone to get the right amount of color and blended it very slightly with a 188 brush just along the edges (I don't like using my hands on my face). I also set it with a powder just for a bit more staying power.
I also tried it on the lips and it shows up a very light coral color. I don't think it will last that long on the lips but I don't mind re-applying. It isn't particularly hydrating, but it's not drying either, despite my usually dry lips.