My favorite eyeliner, hands down. I bought this accidentally intending to buy the waterproof version, but I discovered that this eyeliner holds up just as well for everyday wear as the waterproof, plus, in my opinion, the consistency is a tad bit easier to work with. For me, on a normal day, one touch-up, tops. I bought the raisin color on a whim and discovered it's not a good color for me, and you don't really get much color from it, so I'll be sticking with black. Great product!
My current favorite perfume. I love the clean, girly smell, but unfortunately it doesn't last well.
Foundations -L'Oreal - Visible Lift, Extra Coverage, Line Minimizing Makeup
lrnichols87 5/16/2005 5:00:00 PM
I was completely in love with this makeup when I first started using it. It gave me extra coverage, which I love, and it lasted well. But I noticed after I had been using it a few months, it no longer had the same effect. It didn't cover worth a flip anymore, and it didn't go on as easy. I think my skin built up a resistance to it. I have now switched to Revlon Colorstay which has always worked well for me.
This is a pretty good eyeliner. The first liquid I've used, and I was pleased with how easy it is to use. The felt tip applicator really is a plus. Only thing I don't like is how the supposed black eyeliner I bought always looks blue. Still, I'm pleased with the product, it has alright staying power, but I will probably buy Revlon's Colorstay next time.
Foundations -Max Factor - MAX FACTOR LASTING PERFORMANCE
lrnichols87 5/11/2005 5:42:00 PM
This makeup gives pretty good coverage, but it made me break out around the chin. I would recommend this makeup to those who like a little more coverage, and are not prone to breakouts.
I'm always searching for the "perfect foundation", and while I haven't found it yet, I keep coming back to Colorstay. I have very light skin which is very hard to match to a makeup, but I have had no problems with the lightest shade of Colorstay. It has good coverage, I usually apply and blend one coat with my fingers, then pat a sponge on areas I want a little more coverage, and finish with pressed powder. One of the best foundations I've tried. *Update* 5-16-05: I'm still using (and loving) Colorstay. I partner it with Max Factor Colour Adapt pressed powder, and it stays on *all* day!