68% would repurchase
on 12/16/2017 10:50:00 AM
More reviews by ellen1159
Review for Fair tone: It's not a bad product, but it just kind of sits on top of my skin and emphasizes the pores and wrinkles (I'm 57, combo skin just starting to get fine lines and wrinkles around eyes and forehead. It doesn't look like it has much pigment in it until you wipe your hands or face on a towel or tissue. I've used better products.
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on 12/14/2017 8:26:00 PM
More reviews by kateb18
I love these lipsticks. Creamy, great nude shades (and I normally hate nudes but Caramel Silk is my jam as a pale cool toned girl).
on 12/14/2017 3:49:00 AM
More reviews by AlexKuo3
Honestly one of the worst foundations I have ever used. The coverage is very poor! I have to use a ton of concealer to have my face look perfect. Second, the foundation slides off of your skin SO MUCH! To keep it in place I have to use way too much powder and that makes my skin look dry. If you ever have dry skin pealing off of your face even a little, it will become obvious because the foundation goes a few shades darker on it. It is not long lasting even though it claims to be. It lasts only about 3 hours and then you'll have to use powder again. Long story short, it is NOT worth the money. I was stupid enough to pay a grand total of £30 for 60ml of this and it was the worst mistake I have made when buying makeup. If it was cheaper then I would have been a little nicer on it, but it costs about the same amount of money as other foundations from professional makeup companies. The point is that No.7 foundation is overpriced!
on 12/13/2017 12:08:00 AM
More reviews by hexagonalpeg
I've been using this oil for maybe a year now, as my makeup remover. It seemed a little expensive when I bought it (yeah I'm perpetually broke), but I'm still on my first bottle so it's actually pretty cost efficient. (I don't use it every day, though - only when I wear makeup, which is maybe 2x/week on average over the last year.)I use about two pumps, massage it all over my face paying extra attention to the eye area to get all the liner and mascara, and then scrub gently with an exfoliating mesh washcloth. I used to just use a bar of regular soap, and this is a huge improvement because it doesn't sting or burn when it gets in my eyes, and it doesn't leave my face feeling dried-out. I'll often apply lotion afterwards anyway, especially if I used warm water to wash off.So, all told I like this stuff pretty well. There might be better products out there, but this one works fine for me.
on 12/12/2017 6:17:00 PM
More reviews by captaincheshire
This is a real case of fab product, bad packaging. The powder is light, non drying but very good at stopping oils on my nose (I have some hellish combo skin- really dry brow and jaw but a reasonably oily nose). Leaves a really nice 'blurred' look to skin rather than an obvious 'powdered' look and it is very kind to textured area in my experience. Great product that can genuinely contend with very high priced alternatives in my opinion.The packaging though, is what stops this being a 5/5. The only props I can give it is that it looks quite nice, I suppose? The lid gets fingerprinted SO easily. The powder puff isn't very soft and clings product TO it rather than to your face, although this is pretty easily fixed. What isn't fixable though, is how much of a pain in the butt the holes to get the powder out are. They just do. not. work. I have to take out my puff, shake the tub *hard* to get the powder onto the lid then use it from there. With how much I need to initially set my very dewy foundation, I need to do this several times some days. Then your puff gets covered in powder on the top with any residue from doing so. It's quite annoying. I don't think mine is faulty either, because i've seen reviews mention this flaw before. If it were even a 4/5 product wise I wouldn't bother re-purchasing, but it really is *that* good that i'm likely going to.
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