Scrubs -Biore - Pore Perfect Pore Unclogging Scrub
ChineseCricket88 10/6/2007 3:20:00 PM
really good. i use it daily, even though you're probably not supposed to. the salicylic acid is pretty powerful; i can feel my pimples shrink after i wash my face. it'll probably really dry you out if you don't have oily skin. for whatever reason though, water gets caught in the cap, and mold tends to grow around it too... it's pretty gross. maybe it's because i take pretty hot showers and my bathroom doesn't have a vent...
Cleansers -Ponds - Fresh Start Daily Exfoliating Cleanser [DISCONTINUED]
ChineseCricket88 10/6/2007 3:18:00 PM
pretty good for the morning wash. it gets rid of all the oil without drying me out. the exfoliating beads don't really do a lot, but i guess that's the way it has to be if you use it daily.
Concealers -Neutrogena - Skin Clearing Oil-Free Concealer
ChineseCricket88 10/6/2007 3:15:00 PM
i used this for years, and i thought it was good, but then i realized that halfway through the day, it just slides off. i don't know whether it's because i have oily-ish skin, but it disappears. it doesn't cover that well, either, and even though it has salicylic acid, it really doesn't do anything for pimples.
it's not bad. i mean, it'll cover my acne marks to a degree. it only comes in three shades though. and i don't really like the packaging. i like the ones with a sponge tip, so you don't contaminate the rest of the stuff. i think i'll look for something better. i've heard the theBalm's concealer's pretty good.
soooo nice. when i tried it out at the counter, it kinda caked around my dry areas after a couple hours. but the sales put it on over the makeup i already had, and she put a pretty decent amount. if you use a fluffy brush and not as much, it comes out very well. i'll definitely buy this again. don't get mac brushes though. i mean, yeah, they're really good and they last forever, but each of them is at least $30, so it's not really worth it. you might as well stick with sephora brushes.
just like the normal mentha lip shine, but with a tint. and it's a nice tint. i think it's universally flattering. the price isn't bad, if you do the 3 for $15. otherwise, at $7.50, it's still good, but somewhat pricey.
shiny and moisturizing. that's the kind of thing i like. the packaging's pretty good. if you squeeze out too much, though, it stays on the tip. after a while, it'll look messy. but that's ok, because this stuff rocks!