OMG Love, love, love this corrector. I wear underneath the Bobby Brown creamy concealor but can easily wear it without. I've been looking for something to eliminate my black bags once and for all and this corrector really is the Holy Grail. I've had so much trouble in the past trying to cover my under eye circles, to the point where I really have despaired and its really affected my confidence but not anymore with this corrector! PRO'S: -Totally cancels out my terrible under eye circles. - Looks natural -Blends well - Stays on for ages -Doesn't crease or settle in fine lines
Eye Shadow -Urban Decay - 24/7 Shadow Pencil in Sin
emilyhayward123 6/15/2012 2:56:00 PM
Love this eye shadow. Pro's -Really quick and no hassle to use in the morning -Blends really nicely -Highly pigmented -Doesn't transfer or fade away easily -Fits nicely into my makeup bag -Chunky pen so it should last a long time Cons - Quite expensive for an eyeshadow pen when compared with similar drug store pens
Like this product, I use it when I run out of my usual Estee Lauder Double Wear foundation as a cheap alternative until I buy my HG. Pros- -Brightens -Gives good coverage -Get a lot of product for your money Cons- -Transfers quite easily
Love this product, its become my new HG foundation. I've tried quite a few expensive foundations before I tried Estee Lauder Double Wear, namely Mac Mineralise, Mac Studio Scuplt, Chanel etc and none of them delivered what I expected them too. Most of them, either did not match my skin tone, did not give enough coverage or looked great when I first put it on then 2 hours later was hardly recognisable or even worse looked great in the store and then in natural daylight looked totally different. This foundation I'm happy to say is nothing like any of the ones i've tried before.. Pro's: - Gives good colour to my skin. - Provides good medium semi / matte coverage.(Best of both worlds) - Looks the same at 7pm as it did when i put it on at 7am - A little bit goes a long way. Cons- -I know some reviewers have found that it makes their skin look 'cakey' but what i've discovered is that when you blend one area at a time i.e. nose, then chin, then cheeks etc and not blot it all over the face and then blend is that this foundation really looks nice and even.