Shampoo -Unlisted Brand - Girlz Only Haircare - Dry Shampoo
RoogleTash 1/1/2013 5:03:00 AM
Greatest, Cheapest dry shampoo that i've tried! (only used bastise) but this one overrules - i get it from target in australia for $2 or less. They also came out with a dry conditioner - it's so good. It smooths my naturally wavy hair and looks great once I apply it on my ends after straightening my hair. my fave scent is the 'Hazy days' light purple one. the green one smells too manly and the hot pink one smells too sugary
Lips -Revlon - Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain- Darling
RoogleTash 11/19/2012 7:45:00 PM
Darling on me is like a soft purple/pink - it is more purple toned than cherish which is what I was after, colour glides on real easy and is very buildable. I also have this balm stain in the 'smitten' colour and am very happy with both!
Lips -Revlon - Just Bitten Kissable Balm Stain- Smitten
RoogleTash 11/19/2012 7:43:00 PM
Smitten is a berry-pink colour with cool undertones - just what I was after - except would have preferred it to be a darker plum, but thats okay. these 'crayons' have a minty taste to them, glide on real easy and are super buildable! Definitely buying more in other colours
Best moisturiser I've bought in ages! Got it from chemist warehouse (aust) on sale for $6 smells good and natural on, lasts - doesn't soak in instantly nor stay moist for ages - just the right consistency! my purchase of this makes me definitely want to get the rest of the range as soon as I've used up some of my other bazillion facial products! I'm really starting to like this whole au naturale stuff, this is just the cherry on top compared to garnier pure range, nutrogena (woaw can't spell), and LUSH products
Treatments -Unlisted Brand - Avado - Organic Avocado Oil
RoogleTash 10/28/2012 3:16:00 AM
I bought this for my skin in winter because I would get seriously dry patches on my cheeks and forehead. I'm not sure if this is supposed to be for face or hair, but my face was THAT dry/flakey that I didn't care if I was putting normally-considered-a-no-no oil on my face. Besides, it is 100% organic avocado oil and I'm pretty sure avo's a good for you in moisturiser format so this couldn't be too bad. I just use one pump's worth (very good packaging also) smear it in my fingers and massage my whole face. hasn't made me breakout or anything bad - makes makeup glide on more easier too - better than a pasty flakey base!
The packaging and price is perfectly fine, although the product itself is a tad dry for a concealer. I like concealers to be more creamy so you can easily blend them, but with this one i have to warm it up to get it that consistency and then pat it on. The colours are okay - the skin colour tone is pretty good for me, as is the pink, but the blue doesn't blend into my skin enough to look natural but still have great coverage. Try it, see if you like it, but I prefer my inglot concealer to this one.
Moisturizers -Palmers - Cocoa Butter Formula Daily Facial Lotion with SPF 15
RoogleTash 4/22/2012 7:39:00 AM
I bought the 'Daily Calming' Facial lotion - has no SPF but that's okay with me, cause I wanted a moisturiser that would stop from having such pink cheeks all the time from sensitivity. This is BANG FOR YOUR BUCK and says it contains alot of decent ingredients that other supermarket/drugstore brand moisturisers don't list, such as Vit E, Aloe, etc there's a few of them, (I don't remember them all.) But anyway, seeings as winter is coming up I like to switch to a 'richer' formula and this is easily the perfect one for my skin type - not shiny on either even though the formula is thick! I've always loved Palmer's body products and I think they have done well with these facial ones too. I've also bought the facial serum which I am yet to try out.
For a gel-look it probably isn't the greatest, just a really shiney top coat with a tad of thickness. But i'd recommend a nail strengthener over this stuff. And it does take a bit too dry which can't exactly be overcome with quick-dry drops or dunking your nails in icy water - because the formula is thick (being a gel wannabe) and it still doesnt dry it properly and fast
I have this in a dark nude colour, it is THE perfect nude lipgloss and feels great on! Price is decent - i think i got a clearance one so it was cheap Colour is perfect for a nude high-shine glossy lip Texture is pretty good - a little sticky, but its long wearing I will buy these lipglosses again and might even try out a bright red by sally hansen. Im glad I got this colour even though I was originally looking for a pink.
Tinted Moisturizer -Unlisted Brand - Face of Australia
RoogleTash 2/28/2012 1:39:00 AM
I got this in 'Light' as a replacement for my old Natio tinted SPF20+ one. First of all I preferred the natio one as it is less oily on face over the duration of the day, and didn't seem to break me out - but then again this one has more coverage and a high SPF rating, so I guess the oiliness should just be gotten over with by setting the face with a powder before you go out. The only bad thing is you have to set it otherwise when you rub your face a slight colour will come off. Good thing how there's 3 shades to choose from instead of the usual light/dark, packaging is great, consistency is perfect - runny and blend-able :P and pretty sure I payed $12 for this at Priceline
I've had this baby for a while now, because I'm always trying my sister's new products, but the Garnier Pure range always seems to work the best for my average skin. This scrub (definitely not a cleanser) does a pretty good job at removing makeup, blackheads, and removes oil - but in a good way, you see, if you moisturise straight away! then you won't get all dry and flakey. If I'm going to buy another scrub, I'll either get this OR St Ives OR a Neutrogena deep clean. Those are top 3 supermarket brands for me
I have three of these - one nude, a berry/purple, and a natural pink. All have a quite sheer colour - probably because the texture is very creamy, like a more intense coloured lipbalm. But they are cheap, come in a range of colours, great if you don't like too intensely coloured lips, and if you enjoy applying lipstick out of the tube every so often when you're out (Like a Lady) haha - because I find that I have to reapply these bad boys
I purchased the brown shade of these for around $2 at Target, the intensity is good! perfect for smudging but also great for a clean line when the tip is sharpened well. To me, these pencils own over BYS or NYX which you can normally purchase at Groove or Cosmetics Plus because while they are around the same price, the Kajal Eyeliners work the best - no need to run the pencil back and forth over the eyelid. It would be great if they made this one in a nice blue or purple
I bought Candy Bar - the more peachy/orange shade, have to say that I love the lip product's this brand makes, this range of glosses are a tad sticky, but I suppose that's just the long-lasting factor in them. The colour is great, sorta like a tint gloss, and it SURE DID LAST! Im pretty sure I had it on for about 3 hours and I ate food in between! The packaging is quite cool, trendy, you can see the colour, and the wand has a groovey shape to that makes applying a breeze. haha I'd love to try the berry-coloured shades next.
DISCOVERED AT TARGET! I friggin love this range, I keep going back and buying more! I have to say, the lipglosses are my fave, I have i think it's number 14 the glittery light pink one - Not sticky, smells great, good sheen. SUPER cheap at like $3/$4 whatever can't remember!