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Recent GOSH Reviews

Highlighters -GOSH -Lumi Drops Illuminating Highlighter - Vanilla

on 12/29/2018 1:54:00 PM


This highlighter is great, it is not superintense, but it is not really subtle either. It can be easily blended and it can be layered as well in order to make it more intense. Since I have oily skin, I only apply two drops on each cheek and it looks great on me. In the jar the product has a pink tone to it, but on my NW20-25 skin it looks more transparent. It has a liquidy consistency, but it can be dispensed easily thanks to the nozzle, so you only get a small amount of product.
It retails in Spain for 7.99 euro for 15 ml/0.5 fl. oz.
Gosh is cruelty-free.

Liquid -GOSH -Foundation Plus +

on 9/3/2018 1:52:00 PM


This foundation does exactly what it says on the cover. It conceals and covers any blemishes or pigmentation and is great if you're looking for full coverage. It doesn't break me out, however I wouldn't recommend this to people with very oily skin. The consistency is quite thick and it has some moisturizing ingredients, so it makes skin look very shiny. I have to reapply a lot of powder throughout the day, as my skin tends to get oily. I have a very moisturizing face routine, because my skin is combination with very oily T-zone but also dry and flaking skin around my nose. While it doesn't accentuate the flaky parts of my face, this foundation doesn't work that well with too much moisturizer. I would advise to use a primer instead.
I'm not a big fan of the packaging though. You have to squish the bottle, to get the foundation out, which is quite impractical, since the consistency is quite thick and the shape of the bottle doesn't help either. A lot of times you can't get anything out of the bottle and then you push too hard and you spray yourself with make-up. Overall it's a good foundation for dry skin with a very smooth full coverage, but with packaging that is not very convenient.

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Liquid -GOSH -X-ceptional wear liquid foundation

on 9/2/2018 4:50:00 AM


I bought this product from a local supermarket. I was looking for a cruelty-free foundation with a good price and as this foundation was suggested by many reviewers I decided to give it a try. The foundation is easy to put on, it's very silky and won't stay cakey. However, it is not the best choice for oily or acne-prone skin because it will get shiny quite quickly. In addition it did make my acne worse. In conclusion, it's probably a great product for dry or normal skin, but if you have oily or acne-prone skin I'd suggest to choose a different product.

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Eye Shadow -GOSH -Forever Stick 02 Beige

on 8/11/2018 3:44:00 AM


The color was pretty, something like sparkly beige - gold. The formula looked patchy on my hooded eye lids, also it didn't mixed well with another products especially powders. Stick packaging was really convenient to use. Not sure if this product is still produced, but wouldn't purchase it anyway.

Eyeliner -GOSH -Extreme Art Eyeliner ] ] [DISCONTINUED]

on 7/27/2018 11:16:00 AM


Very hard to get hold of these days, as it has been discontinued. There's a small but ever-diminishing supply out there in the farthest reaches of eBay, and even then you run the risk of receiving one well past its use-by date.

This is one of the most waterproof & longwearing liquid liners I have ever tried. First came across it in my late teens as it was budget-friendly and easily found in larger Superdrug shops, I loved the metallic shades with the silver being my absolute favourite. It had a very thin, small brush so was tricky to use at first, plenty of little mistakes trying to draw a straight line, teenage me wasn't the best at using liquid liner. If I made a mistake the race was on to mop it up immediately with a cotton bud, or else that wonky line was going to stick around for the next 3 days.

It won't come off with just soap and water - you need a make-up remover designed to remove waterproof mascara, an oil-based or organic & aqueous dual phase remover. Without that, no amount of scrubbing or washing will shift it. This stuff could survive a nuclear bomb blast once dry. It does mean it has no margins for error when applying though, so it's not practical for daily school or work use as it takes me so long to apply in a neat enough way. While limited in its uses, it's a shame it was discontinued as it was so very longwearing and not expensive at all. Anyone found a closely matched replacement product yet?

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