I love this. I think its the perfect beigey/champagne color that I've been searching for. A few people told me that this is very similar to MAC's Shroom but I'm not sure how true this is cause I don't own Shroom . This is very shimmery tho so u might want to use very little depending on the look u're going for. I use this everyday along with Jordana toast on the crease for an everyday subtle look.
I received this as a RAOK, it smells good but I find nothing special about this. It basically goes on clear on me.
Conditioner -Queen Helene - Cholesterol Hair Conditioning Cream
SassE142 2/5/2004 12:27:00 AM
This is an ok conditioner, not my fave. I left this on over nite. I flat ironed my hair and it was shiney and felt healthy but somewhat weighed down, maybe cause I left it on so long? I'm gonna give it another try but this time I'll just leave it on for a few minutes maybe 30 min, then I'll update. UPDATE I tried this again but this time I didn't leave it over nite. I left it on for like 1/2 hr, let it air dry and wow my hair was so soft and shiney. I guess I over did it when I left it on for so long. This is definitely a good condition, not the best but good enough. I'm adding 1 more lippie.
Conditioner -L'Oreal - Smooth Intense with Nutrileum
SassE142 2/5/2004 12:22:00 AM
Hmmm I'm undecided bout this. It doesn't leave my hair as soft after I apply and detangling umm I've had better results with other conditioners. I do notice tho that my hair is easier to style afterwards, only the combing/brushing process of the styling. But it didn't do what it claims it does. My hair was super frizzy and very rebellious.
I really like this color. I bought it cause of all the raves. I start off with a very light hand till I get the perfect pinky/reddish flushed cheeks. It is very pigmented so becareful.
I really like this mascara. It gives me very long/full lashes and it doesn't give me racoon eyes like most mascaras do. I will definitely repurchase.
Hair Styling Tools -Unlisted Brand - Jilbere de Paris Ceramic Tools Flat Iron
SassE142 1/18/2004 3:56:00 AM
OMG.....where do I start. First let me describe my hair type. I have really thick, curly and some what kinky hair. In order for my hair to look healthy and straight I have to first do rollers then blow dry not to mention I've been relaxing my hair since the age of 5 cause god forbid if I don't, the comb won't enter my hair. I've tried to blow out my hair on my own without the rollers and it comes out really frizzy and if I'm doing it my self it takes me 2 whole hours for shoulder length hair. Anyways I've been hearing so much of the Jilbere flat iron. I really didn't think this would work plus everyone told me that you should blow dry your hair first before using the iron. My reaction was "so what the heck is the point if I still have to use the blower". Today hubby decided to buy the Jilbere flat iron as my early birthday gift. Actually he'll do anything to see me in a different hair style other than the usual bun. Sooo when I got home I decided to give it a try I mean if I didn't like it I could return it which is good. I washed my hair yesterday and I decided to just give it a try with my hair the way it was-- not blown but air dried. I started parting and spraying each section with Ion hair straightner and heat protector then I would pass the iron. OMG my hair was super straight and not frizzy at all. My ends feel a little dry but I think thats because I need to trim them off. It took me 1 1/2 hrs to complete ironing my hair but my hair isn't shoulder length anymore, its past my bra strap so its pretty long. IMO I think that's excellent timing if you ask me, shoot I'm not complaining, do you know how long it'll take me to blow dry my hair at this length. Please give this a try I'm in love with it, I think its awesome. Hey it worked on my hair and that's a miracle all in itself. Plus its only 40 bux....what do you have to lose... :-)
Yet another great pigment. This is like a fuschia color the shimmers violet. I've worn this alone with black e/l, on the lid with violet in the crease or visa versa...looks great either way.
Gorgeous, Gorgeous, Gorgeous! I think that says enough...lol. I've worn this alone on the lid with just black e/l and black mascara, as a highlighter with nigh owl on the crease and to line, on the inner lids to brighten up...urgh the possibilities are endless with this.
This color looks peachy/tan with pink shimmer on me. A very unique and awesome color. Looks good with mulch or sketch on the crease or to line.
I'm kinda undecided about this. The smell is weird, its like a vanilla mixed with mint and I don't like it. It moisturizes but it doesn't last as long. I think I get better results from my Burt's Bee and medicated blistex lip conditioners.
This is a lovely color (gray/green with pink shimmer) but I took off 1 lippie cause I really have to build this color up. It works better on me if I apply it wet. I've worn this with pink venus, sketch and club this list goes on with what you can wear this with.
This is definitely one of my new faves. Its an awesome peachy/pink color with a nice icy shimmer-- very sexy! This looks great paired with smokey eyes. Run and get this asap.
This is a gorgeous pink color. I've worn it on the lid with Sketch in the crease and it looks great, and by it self with lots of mascara and black liner.
OMG...what a beautiful bright teal color. Definitely not for the shy. Love this as a liner or on the whole lid with vanilla pigment to highlight. I don't usually wear bright colors but this is to pretty to pass up. I think it looks awesome on a nice summer nite.