Good mascara, nothing different from their others really, but I do like maybelline mascaras so it's still a pretty decent mascara, does what it says on the tin but the brush can be a little awkward to use on the smaller lashes.
The colour is gorgeous, looks great with sugarbomb over the top too if you want to make it a slightly more tanned, glamorous look. The only criticisms would be that you need to blend very quickly, it can sometimes move your foundation around a bit and the price is a little too much. I would purchase again because I haven't found another tint that has this quality and great pigment, but it is a little pricey. The packaging, as always with benefit, is cute, and looks great in your summer make up bag!
I have bought various get started kits and eyeshadows from bare minerals and i'm never disappointed. The coverage is perfect for my skin and I do have a lot of redness on my cheeks. The primer is great and the warmth is gorgeous. It stays on really well and I don't get the oily effect half-way through the day that I sometimes get with liquid and powder. It doesn't feel like you're wearing a lot of make up either, but your skin looks flawless. The packaging is cute and the new click and lock system means it's great for travel and hand bags. The brushes are good, not great but for the price I didn't expect anything amazing. So easy to blend and It gives a nice, brightened effect to your face so you don't look like you're caked in powder either. The shop assistants were lovely and I would visit them again any time to repurchase. They have a good choice of blushers (I use vintage peach) and I have samples of their skincare that I have yet to try but hopefully will be able to review soon. My only issue for me is that I have a really busy life and I don't get a lot of sleep, so I always have dark circles under my eyes. It doesn't give great coverage for them but I just use my Benefit erase paste which it works well with. Overall a great product.
I work in a beauty court near a Chanel counter and I was telling my friend (who works for Chanel) just how dry my skin was and how I had done absolutely everything to get rid (and believe be, I did) it was so visible you vould see the dry, raised patches under my make up and it was constantly flaking and sensitive. She gave me two small samples of the creme and to be honest I had heard of the outrageous price before so I was very interested to see if it actually lived up to the hype. The next day I washed my face as usual and when my skin was totally dry I applied it. I found that although she said I would only need a very small amount I did use an awful lot of product on my face and neck which would be an issue as I don't think using it at that rate would be great on my bank account. I did see and immediate brightened effect and it absorbed really well, it was definitely a quality product and I didnt feel caked in oil as a lot of moisturisers seem to feel. It didn't really have a great scent, I love vanilla but it didnt really smell of anything much. Much to my surprise, by the end of the day all the dry patches had completely gone! my skin felt silky smooth and amazing. The brightened effect didn't last but that wasn't really my main concern. As for purchasing the product, although it did exactly as I wanted it to I think there are numerous moisturisers for a more reasonable price that could of done the same job as realistically I can't afford the designer price tag, if I could I most definitely would.