Bronzers -Jane - Oil-Free Bronzing Powder - 07 Sunkissed Bronze
crisco_123 5/31/2004 10:49:00 AM
The bronzer itself is really nice and well worth the 3 dollar price tag. It's really natural looking also. The only thing that I don't really like is the brush, so I just use my own.
I am not a fan of these three chapsticks. They smell really good though, but that's about where the good news ends. They are really waxy and they don't seem to moisturize my lips very well. And the search continues...
I have to be the worst person in the world to apply eyeliner, so I thought I would try this. This is easy to apply and lasts until you wash it off. One of the best things about this product is that you can decide how much color you want on the lids too. I got this in "tiara" (silver) and "summer" (pinkish with gold sparkles). Great stuff, but do not plan on using this as an eyeliner...way too thick.
I got this mascara as a sample and I am loving it. It doesn't clump and it wears just fine. It's not waterproof though, so don't wear it when it rains. And for the person that it burned their eyes: it's for the lashes, not the eyeballs hun.
This did nothing to my lashes except stick them together. The search continues...
They work really well...and I mean really well. I got many compliments about my smile, my very painful smile. They made my teeth so sensitive for a while that I almost could not stand it. I suggest doing it once a day if your teeth are sensitive.
I bought this in 'alabaster' recently. I have acne prone teen skin and this stuff goes on so smoothly and blends easily. The medium coverage is just enough to make my skin look flawlessly natural.
This is my favorite eyezing color. The color is really nice and long lasting. If you want to apply it really intensly, just dip a brush in a little water. If you like it a little more subtle, that is possible too.
These little jars of eyeshadows rock. The staying power is great. I love how you can use them wet or dry. Plus, they are super cheap.
I have the square container of lip balm in frosted waterberry. When it's on, there is an awesome cooling feeling on my lips. This stuff smells great, and works pretty good. I wouldn't recommend this for someone with severely chapped lips. And with an SPF 15, this stuff is great for summer.
I got this stuff from a friend, and at first, I didn't really like it, but now, my opinion has totally changed. The smell is quite funky, but a good funky. The blue color really turns your lips a really nice natural reddish color and the shine is not too...shiny. Great stuff.
This stuff is like a lip balm and a gloss in one. The shine is not overpowering, unless you want to glob it on. I love the minty tingle when it is on. It's not sticky like many lip glosses. Don't be fooled by the glitter packaging because it never seems to go on the lips (which is good. I hate glitter).
This is the best chap stick ever! The cooling sensation is awesome, and the price is unbeatable (less than $1.50).
This stuff totally sucks as a foundation. It's way too cakey and really hard to blend. On the contrary, the panstick is a great concealer. It works really well for undereyes and acne scars.
This stuff is okay, not great, but not bad. I found it hard to blend, and if you put too much, it's definitely noticeable. There is better stuff out there.