Eye Shadow -Wet 'n' Wild - Color Icon Single - #255B Penny [DISCONTINUED]
shazamkaboom 11/28/2010 6:03:00 PM
I didn't really like this. It had great pigmentation, but it was super orange. Pennies aren't that orange. It's actually about the same shade as Lorac's TANtalizer Baked Bronzer. So if you want a cheap (and tiny) alternative to that bronzer, go for this. I do like the packaging of these eyeshadows, though.
Eye Shadow -Wet 'n' Wild - Color Icon Single in Brulee
shazamkaboom 11/28/2010 5:53:00 PM
I freaking love this eyeshadow. I always put on some Too Faced Shadow Insurance, and then this to wear to school. Just like someone below me said, it's like my eyelids, but better. Loooooooooooove. I like the little container it's in, too. Fancy schmancy.
I've been buying the mini tubes of this for about 2 years, and it's awesome. I found that if you buy the mini tubes you're more likely to use them up before they have time to dry out, and they're only $8.50. A little expensive, but worth it.
I really like this. And everyone, it does say eyeshadow base, not primer. I just use it alone, because I really haven't ever had major problems with creasing.
Lip Gloss -Clinique - Glosswear for lips in Kissyfit
shazamkaboom 8/9/2010 3:20:00 PM
This lipgloss is HORRIBLE. It's insanely sticky, it reminds me of caramel. Expensive does not equal quality.
It seems like a lot of people really don't like the smell, but I love this perfume. I ran out a few months ago, and am trying to find the smaller bottles to buy. I don't remember exactly what it smells like, but I know I wore it day and night. The bottle is cute too!
Pressed Powders -Physicians Formula - Bamboo Wear Bamboo Silk Face Powder
shazamkaboom 7/29/2010 3:38:00 PM
It's great for my skin, it covers but isn't too heavy. $10 is a little much for a refill, but I've had mine for about 3 months and it still looks new, so that isn't one of my concerns. It stays in my Bamboo Wear compact really well.
Misc Beauty Tools -Physicians Formula - Bamboo Wear - Bamboo Compact
shazamkaboom 7/29/2010 3:32:00 PM
All of the Physicians Formula compacts are cute and well designed. With this compact, I hold it more in the center so the three circles are in a big triangle-like shape, it works well for me. It's a little bit thicker than I'd like, but I love it anyways. If you have trouble with this compact, check out some of PF's other compacts. They're all really nice and I'm sure you'll find something that suits you.
I love this color. I got it in a pack of two, Ballet Slippers and Waltz. I like Ballet Slippers far more. It is a very cute, almost transparent, pink. I layer it on 2-3 times for my perfect shade. Even though $8 a bottle is a little much in my opinion, Essie polishes are very nice and I will be buying more.
This product is great for the price. It doesn't last all day, but hey, it's $3. I recommend it to people with any skin type/color. When all of the colors are mixed together, it becomes sort of white. It does cover up redness, and gives you somewhat of an even skin tone. The only reason I wouldn't buy it again is because the white powder doesn't compliment my already pale skin.
I love this, I use it everyday. I find this tin a bit easier to open than Smith's Rosebud Salve tins. It's also about a dollar cheaper than Smith's, at Bath and Body Works. The smell is different than what a lot of people are used to, but once you're used to it, it smells amazing. It is very versatile, you can use it not only on your lips but on your cuticles, elbows, knees, etc. There is no doubt I'll be buying another when I run out!