This smells like a very clean old lady. Rosey, soapy, and where's my neroli? Perhaps I will repurchase this when I'm 80 and want to smell like a clean old lady.
This stuff seems pretty good. My hair feels clean after use. I can't really tell the difference between this and Miele to be honest, other than the smell. I guess I'm just not a connoisseur of 'poo. And speaking of the smell, where is it? I like my bath&body stuffs scented, and I have to pretty much stick the bottle up my nose to smell anything. At least my nose hair will be squeaky clean. Anyway, I don't see any reason not to repurchase this, I quite like it.
Hrm. I happen to like this 'poo, so 'poo on y'all. It smells lovely, and my hair feels clean after use. My hair's in good shape at the moment so I guess this shampoo isn't eating it, or anything. So, can't complain. I might buy it again, we'll see, I'm so fickle.
Scrubs -Totally Juicy - Totally Nutty Shea Nut Foot Scrub
Calamity 7/5/2003 7:31:00 PM
What IS it with this undertone of rotting oranges I keep noticing in bath&body products? Quit it, people! Why a shea nut scrub would smell of rotting oranges I don't know, but it does. That's the first thing wrong with this. Second is that it just isn't scrubby enough. Come on, Totally Nutty, feet are narsty and need all the scrubbing action they can get. Not some wussy little pellets that don't scrub nuthin'. My toes mock your foot scrub. I've started using it as a body scrub just to get rid of it faster. It does leave feet fairly soft afterwards. Maybe if it marketed itself as "Shea Nut Rotting Orange Useless Non-Scrub That Leaves Feet Soft" then I wouldn't be so hard on it.
This is quite nice, a light floral that's slightly sweet and slightly spicy. Of course, keeping with my usual habit of noticing weird undertones in scents (case in point: the Flintstone Vitamins note in MMU Mimosa), there's something a bit off in this one. A sort of acidic undertone of, like, urine or apple juice. I really think I must imagine this stuff; I highly doubt Awapuhi has a base note of pee. Er, don't listen to me, it's a decent summer scent, and BTW mixes well with grapefruit scents.
This is a red lipgloss. No, you don't understand. This is a RED lipgloss. It's not pink, or berry, or orange, or *shudder* fuchsia, it's actually red. Oh, and it has gold shimmer or some such, I don't know, it's not really noticeable. I am so ecstatic to find an actual red lipgloss that it could have ass-coloured shimmer for all I care. Texture is nice as well, shiny and not too sticky, and staying power is decent. In conclusion, BUY IT, and also, BUY IT.
I stalked counters waiting for this shade to be available, and for once a product lived up to my expectations. This is gorgeous. Blah blah pink gold blah, you've seen the assmillion other descriptions, on my pigmented lips the gold shows up more than the pink. I think there's a pic in my profile, unless there isn't. Anyway, this is a perfect neutral/warm YLBB and go buy it right now, because I say so.
Skincare - Body -Little Shop of Beauty - Milk Thistle
Calamity 5/13/2003 6:28:00 PM
This scent was very pleasant at first. Hard to describe, sort of slightly sweet and warm. But then, suddenly, there appeared this undertone of rotting oranges. Mmm... rotting oranges. Except, not. There was no mention of rotting oranges in the scent description (gee, I wonder why), so I really don't know where they came from. I had to wash the cream off my hands, as the rotting oranges scent attempted to take over the world. When it's late at night and I'm all alone, I can still smell the rotting oranges. I have nightmares about the rotting oranges. In fact, I think the rotting oranges are coming to get me right now-
I still have no bloody clue whether this is supposed to be the floral mimosa or the orange/champagne mimosa. It smells fruity/floral so it could go either way, I suppose. But I like it. It's lush, but light and fresh. Very nice summer scent. I should warn you that in some bases it smells just a tad like Flintstone vitamins. I can't remember which bases, because I am a crackhead and also have it in 3802493804293 different bases. Also, you wouldn't notice the Flintstone vitamins thing unless you were looking for it, so I probably shouldn't have mentioned it. Sorry about that. BWAHAHAHAHAH.
Hrm. What to say about this jar of baaaaaaah? Does it moisturize? Nah. Does it slide all over your skin like slippery snot? Oh, yes. Is it light and fluffy? Not so much. Is it weak and runny? Ooh, yes! Would I buy it again? No, no, no. Is it completely useless? YES! OH YES!
I got a Body Custard sample of this. It smells exactly like pink lemonade. I feel like I should be drinking it instead of wearing it. I've no doubt, that if I wore this out, people would try to drink me. Clearly, this could be hazardous to one's health, so I'm still torn on whether I'd repurchase. But it is very, very, very, very true to its name.
Okay, everyone keeps asking me about this, and I'm tired of describing it over and over, so I'm just going to review the damn thing! I'll edit if I change my mind about it, since I haven't used it for very long.
In the tube it's like, this opalescent neutral pink, very true to the picture on MMU's site. The first time I tried it on I got very angry at it. If I may try to recreate that moment: WTF! F**king sticky ass f**k where's my f**king pigment, you f**ker? Man, this is f**king sticky. Assf**k. F**king 15 bucks... well I guess I'll give it a chance. Mother f**k.
I did give it a chance and I'm glad I did, because despite not being very pigmented it's very pretty. It isn't quite clear, it has this sort of opalescence to it, and also the slight bit of pigment it does have nicely tones down weirdly pigmented lips to a nice YLBB. It's also super shiny and wet looking. So I decided to keep the little f**ker after all. :)
This smells like an old lady and contains gold sparkles that may be visible under a microscope, I mean, if you really take the effort to look. Add that to the fact that I have no patience whatsoever with body powders, it's not surprising that I swapped this away. Way to go, Lush. Except, not.
This is a lil' jar of very nice-smelling mediocrity. I absolutely love the smell. Wish I could find a body lotion in this scent. Really, I should just use up what I have left of this as a body lotion, since I rarely let it near my face. I mean, it didn't do anything bad to my face... it doesn't really do much at all. Provides some moisture, I suppose, although I don't like putting essential oil filled goop on my face, so if I'm going to slather mediocrity on my face, I'd rather use fragrance-free mediocrity. I hear it's been reformulated. Maybe Lush got it right this time. Ha. Ha. Ha.
I think that Lush makes stanky, overpriced crap, and this is the only Lush product that I would repurchase. This is a vaguely citrusy smelling powder for stinky feet. See, in the summer, when it's really hot and I walk around all day, I get stinky feet. Now, nobody wants their feet to be stinky... or anyone else's for that matter. So I put some T for Toes on my feet in the morning, and walla, no more stink. Really, it's a service to society to buy this. At least, to members of society in close proximity to your feet...