This fragrance is so spicy, modern, and unique. Used to be my HG in college, and the bottle is inventive and distinctive. However, now that I am older, this is just too overpowering. One of those "cling in the nosehairs" kind of scents. Doesn't work with my chemistry anymore, I suppose.
I have a sample of this at home. I put it on and it had absolutely no scent on my skin. In the bottle it smelled like a watered-down version of Vera Wang's Princess. Hope it works for other people, but it doesn't work for me.
This perfume has a great aroma, but clings to my nose hairs and gives me a headache. Has a slightly gourmand scent to it, like very strong cinnamon. Best when sprayed on just the wrists at an arm's length away, or else you will be too assaulting to the senses and people will be passing out from a mile away.
Stripped my skin completely and irritated the heck out of my eyes. Way, way too astringent for sensitive skin and eyes.
I would buy another fragrance with this brand, no problemo. They make great oils. However, this particular scent--White Ginger--is way too floral for me. With just a dab on my wrist, I end up having sneezing fits for the rest of the day, and feeling like I have dustballs stuck in my nose. Maybe I should try one of their other scents, because it's not the brand I have a problem with, it is just this one scent.
When my hair is not dyed black, and my natural auburn color is out in the open, this is the brow product I use. The difficult case and teeny tiny brush are kind of a painus in the anus, but the actual product itself rocks. I put the brush in the wax first, then dab it gently into the powder to create my own custom auburn brow powder-wax.
I'm almost out of this blush and I would totally buy it again. It goes well with my fair/medium warm skin tone and gives me just a hint of healthy color, without looking like I got baked in the bronzing oven of doom.
Oooh, look at all those colors...that DON'T show up on my skin! I don't even know why I still own this. I was amazed at the variety of colors in the palette, and the sparkling silver package. However, the shadows don't show up true to color, if they even show up at all. And the applicator brush got squished and unusable after about a week in my cosmetics shelf.
I use this in the shower every day. I guess I'm a sucker for tea tree oil products. My skin feels refreshed after using this, and it has substantially cleared up my minor backne. However..um, ladies, don't let it sit on your nether regions for too long. The tingle starts to burn those sensitive parts, if you know what I mean.
Shampoo -Paul Mitchell - Cleanse- Tea Tree Special Shampoo
AntFarm 10/15/2009 8:17:00 PM
My stylist suggested this to me and I was in paradise. I love the refreshing smell and invigorating tingle. It leaves my hair perfectly clean without harsh detergents.
I have about four of these glosses: Lotsa Luxe, Pink Dawn, some kind of berry color, and some kind of coral color. On my warm fair/medium skin they go perfectly. Also, this is one of the only glosses I have ever found that was true to color, nonsticky, and slightly minty. It looks like you are wearing supershiny lipstick--not gloss. The shine is sophisticated--not teenagery. Buy as many as you can before I get them all!
These brushes are rare, in that they do exactly what they are advertised to do. So many products claim to be quality, and they fail. But Kat Von D's brushes actually work, and I feel like they were money well spent.
Pretty good for a drug store mascara. This works better than some of the more expensive mascaras I've purchased.
This is the main conditioner that I use. My hair is damaged and has seen many a rough night, or impulsive bottle of hair dye coming ominously in its direction. This is the only conditioner that allows me to actually run a comb through my hair without a ton of matted tangles. Otherwise, I end up looking like Medusa.
Overall, I'd give this a B+. It covers my skin well, matches my skin tone, and dries quickly. I just wish it had a pump for how much it costs, and it's not as good as Lancome foundations.