I love this blush, it looks great on my skin tone, and for fall and winter. A little dark for spring and summer though. A tip for this lush, a little goes a long way.
I was on the hunt for a new liquid liner since I'm running low on UD 24/7 liquid eyeliner. A lot of my friends recommended Milani Eye Tech, but Wal Mart didn't have any in stock, so I decided to try this one out and boy am I glad. I have oily lids, and hooded eye lids and this didn't smudge at all. And this was on an 80 degree day, and doing a bunch of yard work. Upon removal, it balls up, which is great because it leaves no residue. The formula is a lot like urban decay 24/7 waterproof, which was my HG liquid liner. I think this may replace it because it works the same, if not better, at less than half the price. I would totally recommend.
I got this as a gift for christmas. it scared me at first because it had a gray hue, but it oxidized in a few minutes and matched my skin tone. Good for when I want to look natural and don't want a full foundation coverage. I like how it has a pump, and the lotion-esq design. Won't repurchase because I'd rather have a bare face than a light coverage, but it's still a good product.
One of the cheapest good quality eyebrow products I've come across. Can be chalky but a light hand can fix that. Good color payoff, and for $1, I can't refuse!
This was a very thick, hard to blend consistency. Always leaves my looking cakey.
This used to be my HG mineral foundation but it is so overpriced for so so quality. THE COLOR ALWAYS TRANSFERS. So it's embarrassing if I wipe my face or nose and makeup will come off onto clothing or tissues. Also, the packaging is not travel safe. The product builds up on the top and spills everywhere when you open it. The brush was soft with purchase but overtime frays and gets scratchy. I really wanted to like this product because it makes my skin look so great, but the overall effort isn't really worth it.
Liquid -L'Oreal - True Match Super-Blendable Makeup SPF 17
Kathsabino 2/18/2013 2:28:00 PM
As a person with oily/comb skin, I usually refrain from using liquid foundations and just used mineral. The consistency is very watery, which I've learned to work with. It's can be hard to apply with a brush because it can leave streaks, so I find fingers and sponges work best. Medium/ light coverage and will cover most ance scars with the use of a concealer. I get really shinny throughout the day and sometimes oil sheets just don't do the job, so I touch up with Mac studio fix very lightly on my t zone. Lasting power for me is about 6-8 hours with a ouple touchups in between. I really prefer this over Revlon CS because CS can leave me looking really cakey. Love the light shimmer in true match too, leaves skin looking refreshed, natural, and dewy. 3 for packaging, because since it is so thin, it's really easy to spill.