Makeup Brushes -Sigma - F80 Flat Top Synthetic Kabuki (was SS197)
sophs13xo 7/3/2012 1:50:00 PM
Holy-grail brush:) I love how it effortlessly blends in my foundation. I also use it for my concealer sometimes. The brush is so soft and it doesn't shed at all. The only con is that it does absorb alot of product since the bristles are so dense- so washing it is a task because there is alot of buildup in the bristles and it takes forever to dry but regardless...It is truly an amazing brush!
This is my absolute favourite mascara! My lashes naturally are very long and thick, so I rarely apply mascara but after this product, I'm seriously in love. The formula is amazing because it stays on well and doesn't clump or flake. The brush really coats the lashes beautifully and gives them a nice lift. I know some people have complained about the brush being too big but my eyes are HUGE (lol) so I don't really have a problem with it. The packaging is a little bulky but I love the bright orange tube. Forever repurchase:)
i absolutely hate this mascara! I have naturally very long lashes and they're quite thick so I rarely wear mascara, but this one is horrible. It just does nothing for my lashes but make them look clumpy. It flakes like no other. The packaging -pink bottle and green cap- is adorable , probably the only good thing about it!
I've repurchased this product like 3 times because it really does great things to my skin. I have pretty clear skin but I feel like this helps it stay that way. It makes a great base under makeup and makes my skin feel fresh when I use it. It is pricey, but I would highly reccomend it :)
This is my holy-grail powder! I am only 15 years old so I don't wear too much makeup, but I put on a bit of concealer and this over-top of it and it looks flawless! I sometimes use the sponge that comes with it. For a lighter coverage, I use a fluffy powder brush. This also works amazing as a setting powder for a liquid foundation! I highly recommend this product, as it is really easy to apply and it looks amazing IF you apply it right. It can look cakey which is why I use a light hand and apply mostly over my t-zone. If you have dry skin, I would just skip out on it completely as it can cling to dry patches. But if you're combination to oily skin, I definetely reccomend it! I do have to touch mine up but it's really no big deal to me. Good luck:)