At first I wasn't sure what the product was suppose to do to my hair. The description is vague, and I was looking for something that would help give some separation and volume to my hair, which I know realize is not what the product is for. However I do really like this product. I'm a big hair product junkie, more so than make-up, and I find this product gave a sleeker look to my long/thick hair. I can't use any hair product 'sparingly', but this product I don't find myself squeezing more than a quarter sized amount for an efficient use. It is a bit pricey, but I am willing to buy this product again, but not for full price.
I was orginally thinking about getting the lipglass, but went with the lacquer instead since I have enough l/g. I have to say, I'm surprised, this being my first lip lacquer product. The color adhers nicely to my lips, maybe because I put on a base first? I'm a MMM, with fairly dark hued lips so the color appears on me to be almost like a light/medium pink, but it most definately neutralized my natural lip color, which I like very much. It also gives off a nice sheen, but doesn't mosturizes only a little. Oh yeah, one more thing, hate the brush it comes with, it's like a mini mop.
Got this a buy 1 get 1 free deal at Walgreens, and in the sheer color, bought 'barely sheer'. Nice nude/ hint of pale pink color. Didn't realize this was a sheer color 'til I got home, but I really like the color. Prob. going to go out tomorrow to look as some more colors while the deal still lasts. One downside is, I'm not crazy about the scent. Really like the sponge tip, and the you twist up for lip color. Much better than those stupid lip glaze things where you don't know when the color is going to appear. Good product, I'm surprised, I never really liked using Revlon before.
Lipstick -L'Oreal - Volume Perfect Re-Shaping Lip Colour
volcomizedgrl 1/6/2004 12:20:00 AM
I would most likely buy the product on-sale only, because it's a drugstore beauty product, I don't expect it to be 8 bucks. However, I really do like the product. I wasn't too sure about the color, like do stickers actually portray the accurate color. I got the pouty pink...a nice shiny medium pink that mosturize's nicely, but it seems to bleed a bit, maybe beacuse of the base? Anyways, nice color, but doesn't seem to 'volumize', but I have somewhat full lips anyways.
Like the product, hate the price, not to mention the counter lady had the fakest attitude...but don't they all? Anyhow, I really quite like th packaging, it's cute. After using the exfoliator and immediately applying the balm, it felt luxurious. It lasts a good (not great) amount of time, but simply just applying the balm has a reminiscent feeling of applying soft wax. I'd definately buy the product again IF the price was cheaper. I don't feel it's worth $28 (+ tax)...And I agree with gatinha321.. I would prefer if they sold them separately.
Okay product, but I prefer using Shine silkening serum. I control where I want it go. I actually broke the nozzle, so it does this weird squirting action, I not much of person to use sprays anyhow.
I've been using the product for awhile now. My lips dry out overnight, this is the only product (so far) that doesn't chap up my lips. Does the job, but the smell makes me nauseous, they definately need to improve that part.
Eye Primer -BeneFit Cosmetics - F.Y. Eye [DISCONTINUED]
volcomizedgrl 1/2/2004 5:54:00 PM
I've had this product for awhile now, and I stil have a good amount left. You only need to use a mild amount to do the trick. Without this product, I know for a fact withn an hour of wearing dry e/s it'll crease unattactively. I have had the product crease on me, but we're talking about being out and about for many many hours. I like the product, though the price may seem high, it's lasted me a good long while. UPDATE: Have since updated to using Urban Decay's eyeshadow primer potion, which is many times over better than F.Y.Eye
I really like this product. It does exactly what it says it would do, illuminate the face. This product transforms me into a GGG, but caution to those who have combination or dry skin. A good mosturized should be used 5 min. before applying the product, because any dry spot wil make it show more noticeably. It's a sheer light/medium coverage. I don't wear on a normal basis, unless it's during the summer, because it gives you that sunkissed look, definately not a matte look. Even more of a shimmer look can be achieved when used with the illuminating powder. Nice product to use for special events, or going to the beach.
Totally let down. I bought the palette that came with 10 so I could sample it, and let me just say, this smudges! I tried letting it on to let it dry, but over a few hours out in the day and the thing was all my eyelids. Maybe it's my eye structure (?), but even when I lined inside my eyes, it smudged to the bottom.It does work slightly better when you apply dry eyeshadow, but for that price it is totally not worth it. I'm truly disppointed.
I first tried a sample of this mascara, which lasted a good while. It gave me a realnatural look, something I was going for. One coat did the trick. But when I thought I find a great mascara product, but boy was I wrong when I bought the full sized version. Same mascara, but the full version came out clumpier looking. I don't know if it was something with the batch made, but the product was way thicker and heavier, noticeable even by the first swap of the eyelashes. I doubt I'll buy the product again, unless it was the same consistency as the sample I had.
I really like this product. Coming from a person who always has faded eyeliner by the end of the day, this little pot does the trick. It says use it on dry e/s's, but really it works best with darker matte eyeshadows. I have Benefit's Shelaq, and whenever I try sealing in the color, it starts doing this weird gumming thing or pulls the color somewhere else. I'm half way through, and I'll probably buy it again, but still it is a little pricey. This is probably my fav. item out of Too Faced I've had so far.