I fully regret falling into the Clinique trap at 18. Three steps is one too many. That nasty astringent stuff ruined my skin. Now I use the bars to wash my armpits and the astringent to clean my silk plants. I'm much better off with Cetaphil. The yellow moistureizer is nice but I'd never put it on my face, it makes my toes soft.
This is my everyday mascara. It makes your lashes look like real live lashes, not blurry chalky things. It stays shiny black and layers up for more dramatic occasions. I've never found any hanging around under my eyes at the end of the day, and it still washes off without any eyelash casualties.
This stuff's like puddin, I rub it everywhere. When I'm in the tub, I rub it on my face and everywhere else. I shave with it. I've had beaus gasp in amazement at how soft and silky I am. This is my secret date weapon for a super close shave. Makes my hair nice too, and I have very fine hair. No split-endz here.
I just can't stop sniffing myself when I wear this. It is so sweet and precious and warm. I will save it for date night or when I'm wearing something pink. It isn't at all flowery on me, just sweet but grown-up girly.
This is my new office scent, I don't care if its wafting down the hall. I am here for serious business and flowery sweet smells just don't seem appropriate. On me, this smells like sweet powder and incense, with a little something wicked hiding underneath.
I have thick long lashes anyway, but I like to make them extra dramatic. This stuff stuck my lashes into several pointy daggers and when I tried to comb them apart, the stuff held fast and I nearly pulled most of my lashes out. Lashes will not comb with this stuff. No defined individual lashes. I looked like Tammy Fae Bakker. Stiff little lashes, pointy pointy. Don't even try to curl them, this stuff pulls the curl right out. I'd much rather suggest a lash primer (Chanel Lash Powder) if you are in desparate need for fuller lashes.