Lip Treatments -eos - Lip Balm Sphere - Lemon Drop SPF 15
SabineRaun 12/10/2012 3:54:00 AM
This lipbalm has a really nice sweet citrusy smell and the spf is really nice as well. Another thing I quite like is that this does not make your lips look shiny, so great if you dont want any focus on your lips. But this lipbalm is way too waxy for my taste, this means that it's great at sealing the moisture that's already in your lips, but it doesnt really add any moisture. It might be fine if you live in a warm climate and dont tend to get dry lips, but it doesnt protect my lips from cold danish weather at all.
Eyeliner -Maybelline - Eyestudio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner
SabineRaun 12/10/2012 3:44:00 AM
Overall this is a good product. The pigmentation is great, and I've had it for well over a year now and it's still not dryer than when I bought it. Once you apply it and it dries down it becomes absolutely smudge and waterproof. Nothing but oil and rubbing will tear this apart. It is a quite good product for the prize (8-9£), but I'm a bit picky and I wish it was a tiny bit more liquid, because that would make it a lot easier to apply. The reason that I wouldnt repurchase this is that it's not cruelty free, and because I usually prefer the sharp look you can get with liquid liners. If you want something that's blendable and looks softer this will be a great product for you :)
This is a product that is made to prevent lipstick from bleeding, and it does the job wonderfully! It's much easier and faster than applying, blending and setting concealer around the lips as I used to do it. It lasts all day and does not need to be touched up, and it is so cheap! (3-4£) The only negative about this is that you can feel it around your lips and it is a bit sticky, I personally dont mind it too much, but if you really dont like to feel your wearing makeup you might not like this product.
This is hands down the best concealer I've tried for covering up blemishes. It does not work underneath my eyes though, but that's only because my skin there is too thin and dry. I use a NC20 which is really close to my skin colour, but if you have porcelain or ebony skin, it will probably be difficult to find one that suits you. It also has spf 35 in it, but it does not reflect light and it offers a great amount of coverage. If you are looking for something sheer, you may want to choose another one. The only negative thing I have to say about this is that it's not cruelty free, which is the main reason why I'm not gonna repurchase this product.