Eddie Funkhouser

Eddie Funkhouser


Overall rating
4.7
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would repurchase
4.7
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Overall rating
100%
would repurchase

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Luxlight Revitalizing Foundation
4.0
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7 months ago

Bought this and the concealer on Zulily. I've never heard of this brand, but I made a post about it and got a response that this brand used to be sold in Nordstrom, I believe it was. Paid $8.99 for the foundation and $6.99 for the concealer. I have NC15ish skin coloring. I originally got the medium beige, then also purchased the light shade as well, more for the winter months. Mixing the 2 together is a perfect match for me. This is a medium to full coverage creme foundation that comes in a 30ml tube with a pump. The behavior of this foundation changes depending on what primer I use. It can look cakey and thick if I don't blend it out and use too much setting powder. But, after playing with it for a month, I can say I love this foundation and plan to buy more when it comes back up for sale on Zulily. It is not just thick, it covers well. It does cling to dry patches. It provides a satin finish with a comfortable wear, is long lasting even with sweating. Does transfer, but not easily. Does not oxidise in my experience. Pros: Hygienic pump tube packaging Medium to full coverage Nice comfortable formula (not heavy) Good coverage of flaws Does not oxidise Great price Cons: Very limited shade range Not easy to purchase My favorite foundations in order, to give perspective: 1) MAC Studio Fix 2) This one 3) Revlon Colorstay Whipped Foundation (Discontinued, but I still have a jar)

Luxlight Revitalizing Foundation
4.0
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7 months ago

Bought this and the concealer on Zulily. I've never heard of this brand, but I made a post about it and got a response that this brand used to be sold in Nordstrom, I believe it was. Paid $8.99 for the foundation and $6.99 for the concealer. I have NC15ish skin coloring. I originally got the medium beige, then also purchased the light shade as well, more for the winter months. Mixing the 2 together is a perfect match for me. This is a medium to full coverage creme foundation that comes in a 30ml tube with a pump. The behavior of this foundation changes depending on what primer I use. It can look cakey and thick if I don't blend it out and use too much setting powder. But, after playing with it for a month, I can say I love this foundation and plan to buy more when it comes back up for sale on Zulily. It is not just thick, it covers well. It does cling to dry patches. It provides a satin finish with a comfortable wear, is long lasting even with sweating. Does transfer, but not easily. Does not oxidise in my experience. Pros: Hygienic pump tube packaging Medium to full coverage Nice comfortable formula (not heavy) Good coverage of flaws Does not oxidise Great price Cons: Very limited shade range Not easy to purchase My favorite foundations in order, to give perspective: 1) MAC Studio Fix 2) This one 3) Revlon Colorstay Whipped Foundation (Discontinued, but I still have a jar)


Ultra Definition Eye Lining Stylus - Absolute Black

My HG eyeliner is the Stila Stay All Day Waterproof Liquid eyeliner. It has an amazing fine point applicator tip, intense pigment and lasts the entire day. It costs $20 so I always buy back ups during Ulta's non-exclusion 20% coupons sales and Sephora's F&F sales, however, I'm always looking out for a cheaper alternative. I saw some YouTube videos mentioning the Eddie Funkhouser liquid eyeliner with great reviews. It's only $10.99, almost half the price of the Stila one so I thought I'd try it out. I am impressed by it. It does have very nice deep pigmentation but not quite as intense as the Stila one. Upon application, the liquid does apply rather smoothly and I find myself having to go over my line twice,...but in some way, it doesn't bother me that much because it sort of gives me a bit more control on creating the line, whereas, the Stila one has the liquid applying intensely and smoothly in one stroke. Also, the Stila one has a bit of shine whe it dries down, whereas, the Eddie Funkhouser one is more matte, which I love. I'd have to say that I really love the Eddie Funkhouser as a cheaper alternative for the weekend or when I'm not so much in a rush to get my makeup done, whereas, the Stila one I prefer during the weekdays when I'm in a rush to get my makeup done and get out the door. Overall, I'm very pleased with this eyeliner and I will continue to repurchase it. I'm glad I can use the Eddie Funkhouser eye liner some days and and save my Stila one for other days so that I'm not using the Stila one everyday and having it last longer before I have to repurchase. Yes, I would recommend this eyeliner.

Ultra Definition Eye Lining Stylus - Absolute Black
4.0
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5 years ago

My HG eyeliner is the Stila Stay All Day Waterproof Liquid eyeliner. It has an amazing fine point applicator tip, intense pigment and lasts the entire day. It costs $20 so I always buy back ups during Ulta's non-exclusion 20% coupons sales and Sephora's F&F sales, however, I'm always looking out for a cheaper alternative. I saw some YouTube videos mentioning the Eddie Funkhouser liquid eyeliner with great reviews. It's only $10.99, almost half the price of the Stila one so I thought I'd try it out. I am impressed by it. It does have very nice deep pigmentation but not quite as intense as the Stila one. Upon application, the liquid does apply rather smoothly and I find myself having to go over my line twice,...but in some way, it doesn't bother me that much because it sort of gives me a bit more control on creating the line, whereas, the Stila one has the liquid applying intensely and smoothly in one stroke. Also, the Stila one has a bit of shine whe it dries down, whereas, the Eddie Funkhouser one is more matte, which I love. I'd have to say that I really love the Eddie Funkhouser as a cheaper alternative for the weekend or when I'm not so much in a rush to get my makeup done, whereas, the Stila one I prefer during the weekdays when I'm in a rush to get my makeup done and get out the door. Overall, I'm very pleased with this eyeliner and I will continue to repurchase it. I'm glad I can use the Eddie Funkhouser eye liner some days and and save my Stila one for other days so that I'm not using the Stila one everyday and having it last longer before I have to repurchase. Yes, I would recommend this eyeliner.

Brush Travel Set
5.0
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9 years ago

Wow this is better quality than a MAC travel brush set! The brushes are great, the bag cute and practical, and it comes with a free pencil sharper. The standout brushes are the lip, and concealer brush. The lip brush feels solid in the hand and the firm yet soft brush defines precise lip edges to create shape and quickly fills in the lip. The concealer brush is is like the MAC #217 blending brush yet is better as if feels so much softer feeling and less scratchy on my skin. Its great for applying a color wash to the eyes, to the crease, eye blending, highlighter brush, and an eye concealer brush. As a concealer brush it gives an airbrush quality a bit like a duo foundation brush does for the face, blending it easily with softened edges. It fits right under the eye area so perfectly.

Brush Travel Set
5.0
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9 years ago

Wow this is better quality than a MAC travel brush set! The brushes are great, the bag cute and practical, and it comes with a free pencil sharper. The standout brushes are the lip, and concealer brush. The lip brush feels solid in the hand and the firm yet soft brush defines precise lip edges to create shape and quickly fills in the lip. The concealer brush is is like the MAC #217 blending brush yet is better as if feels so much softer feeling and less scratchy on my skin. Its great for applying a color wash to the eyes, to the crease, eye blending, highlighter brush, and an eye concealer brush. As a concealer brush it gives an airbrush quality a bit like a duo foundation brush does for the face, blending it easily with softened edges. It fits right under the eye area so perfectly.