This is such a fantastic color. The base is a dark green with glitter that flashes from purple to a goldish bronze. While I was wearing it I would constantly find myself looking at my hands. By itself it took 304 coats to get a good opaqueness, so I'd recommend applying a black base if you don't like applying so many coats. Even with it being thick it stayed quite well throughout a three day vacation. Taking it off was a bit of a pain because of the glitter, but that was expected. I don't think that all the colors in the Cosmic FX collection are worth the $10 price tag, but this is definitely one of them.
I purchase this color along with another from the cosmic FX colelction online for the full retail price of $10. It's a very fun, glittery polish that is perfect for Halloween. It took two coats to get the coverage I wanted. The color isn't exactly pretty however and will probably get tucked away until next year once fall is over. While I do love it, I think $10 is a bit much for this color, but others in the collection are definitely worth it.
Foundations -Make Up For Ever - HD High Definition Foundation
courto 10/19/2010 6:13:00 PM
I have rosacea and was looking for a great fullc overage foundation and after reading reviews on this product, I had to splurge. Unfortunately, this product did not work well for me AT ALL. It maximized the appearance of my pores even after using a pore minimizing primer. It looked powdery on my already dry skin. On top of that, the Rimmel foundation I had been using had better coverage and was 1/4 of the price. The two thing I did like about it however was how light it felt on my skin. It felt great, but didn't look good at all. Also 117 matched my skin quite well. If you have good skin, it's probably a pretty decent product, but if you have troublesome pigmentation and texture like I do, I wouldn't recommend it.