Kleancolor

Kleancolor


Overall rating
3.7
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80%
would repurchase
3.7
Created with Sketch.
Overall rating
80%
would repurchase

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Recent Kleancolor Reviews

Madly Matte Lipgloss
4.0
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2 years ago

I purchased a lot of 20 of the Kleancolor Madly Matte lipglosses from shopHush about a year ago. They were mostly neutral colors and overall flattering. There was a really wide disparity in the quality of these matte lipglosses. Some remained sticky on the lips or flaked or were horribly drying. Others were absolutely perfect; comfortable, lasted forever, etc. I don’t know if the differences in quality are lot or color specific. Since these were so cheap, I would recommend buying a color if you like it. If it’s one of the ones that aren’t so good, you’re not out that much money

Madly Matte Lipgloss
4.0
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2 years ago

I purchased a lot of 20 of the Kleancolor Madly Matte lipglosses from shopHush about a year ago. They were mostly neutral colors and overall flattering. There was a really wide disparity in the quality of these matte lipglosses. Some remained sticky on the lips or flaked or were horribly drying. Others were absolutely perfect; comfortable, lasted forever, etc. I don’t know if the differences in quality are lot or color specific. Since these were so cheap, I would recommend buying a color if you like it. If it’s one of the ones that aren’t so good, you’re not out that much money


Madly Matte Lipgloss
1.0
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2 years ago

I tried these about a year ago from Shop Hush, I just tried two different colors. Put each of them on half my lips for a couple minutes to see how they'd look, looked pretty good and pigmented, probably pretty sticky though and I have tried using them as eyeliner and they don't work the best as that either and get quite sticky yet sheered out in some spots. They came off pretty ok with just a mineral oil type of product, and probably just a makeup wipe works too. Problem is, though, my lips ended up really messed up for months until I switched lip balms (at least twice, trying to find one that works by rotating between ones I have and buying one) and eventually got Rosebud salve which slowly fixed the basically chronically crusty, peeling lips that I had for about 2 months (not sure if vitamin e in other balms was a problem or what, but im normally not that sensitive). So probably don't buy $1 liquid lipsticks, get wet n wild or something. I wish there were more reviews on these out there when I bought mine.

Madly Matte Lipgloss
1.0
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2 years ago

I tried these about a year ago from Shop Hush, I just tried two different colors. Put each of them on half my lips for a couple minutes to see how they'd look, looked pretty good and pigmented, probably pretty sticky though and I have tried using them as eyeliner and they don't work the best as that either and get quite sticky yet sheered out in some spots. They came off pretty ok with just a mineral oil type of product, and probably just a makeup wipe works too. Problem is, though, my lips ended up really messed up for months until I switched lip balms (at least twice, trying to find one that works by rotating between ones I have and buying one) and eventually got Rosebud salve which slowly fixed the basically chronically crusty, peeling lips that I had for about 2 months (not sure if vitamin e in other balms was a problem or what, but im normally not that sensitive). So probably don't buy $1 liquid lipsticks, get wet n wild or something. I wish there were more reviews on these out there when I bought mine.

Classic Nude Eyeshadow Palette
3.0
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2 years ago

I received this item in kind of a strange way. Via the internet, I received an offer of a nude eyeshadow palette that was free, although I would have to pay $5 shipping. No brand was specified. While I knew the palette wouldn't be top quality, I ordered it anyway and then waited impatiently for my package. I was so excited when it came--I think every makeup lover knows that feeling! I unwrapped it and discovered the Kleancolor Classic Nude Eyeshadow Palette. I was pleased because I didn't own anything from this brand, but the size of the palette intimidated me somewhat--it is about 10" x 4.5". I won't be carrying this eyeshadow around in my purse anytime soon! This enormous palette contains 24 different pans of eyeshadow, ranging from ivory to deep charcoal. There are lots of useful in-between shades too, including some nice cool taupes, which I find many palettes do not have. The shades also have different finishes, including matte and shimmery, although to me the overall effect seems to be satiny. And the colors are mostly arranged from light to dark, which I also find useful. (It's not one of those palettes where you have to compare two or three shades from different sides of the palette and try to decide if they are identical.) While some of the colors are similar, as far as I can tell none of them are the same. So a fair-skinned person like me can get quite a few looks from this one palette--fun! I would say the quality of this product is medium. The palette is plastic, and I think it will survive everyday use pretty well, although I wouldn't recommend it for travel. As far as the formula is concerned, I've used better shadows and I've used worse ones. Pigmentation and texture are workable, but not the best. Obviously priming your lids makes a difference, or you could dampen your brush or applicator to get more pigment. Some aspects of this item are a mystery. I don't know what the price of the palette would be if I bought it from a store or off the internet. The palette didn't come with any outside packaging, so I don't know exactly how much eyeshadow is in there. I use my makeup slowly though, so it's possible I could have this for decades. Also, there's no info. on the ingredients, so I don't know how safe the formula is, although I tend not to worry about things like that. Kleancolor seems to be a cruelty-free brand, so there's that in its favor too. I guess the bottom line of any review is the question of whether I would recommend this product or not. And my answer is: yes, I would recommend it, but not to everyone. If you already have a good eyeshadow collection, you probably have most of the shades in this palette and don't need it. And if you prefer high-end makeup, this won't come up to your expectations. But if you can get this palette for about $10, I think it would be a good item for any young person or makeup newbie to have. There's nothing intimidating about this palette--except maybe the size--yet it provides a lot of options for play and experimentation. I think this palette would probably work better for light- to medium-skinned people. Unless you use the dark colors to try and make yourself up like a KISS member, it would be difficult to go overboard. At the same time, you can definitely do everything from a natural to a smoky eye. Depending on your coloring, you could also use the shadows for bronzing, highlighting, or contouring your face--I even used the rose-gold shade for blush one day. If you don't like collecting a lot of products, this could be the only neutral eyeshadow palette you need. Just writing this makes me want to go home, get this palette and some brushes out, and start playing. Bring on the eyeshadow!

Classic Nude Eyeshadow Palette
3.0
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2 years ago

I received this item in kind of a strange way. Via the internet, I received an offer of a nude eyeshadow palette that was free, although I would have to pay $5 shipping. No brand was specified. While I knew the palette wouldn't be top quality, I ordered it anyway and then waited impatiently for my package. I was so excited when it came--I think every makeup lover knows that feeling! I unwrapped it and discovered the Kleancolor Classic Nude Eyeshadow Palette. I was pleased because I didn't own anything from this brand, but the size of the palette intimidated me somewhat--it is about 10" x 4.5". I won't be carrying this eyeshadow around in my purse anytime soon! This enormous palette contains 24 different pans of eyeshadow, ranging from ivory to deep charcoal. There are lots of useful in-between shades too, including some nice cool taupes, which I find many palettes do not have. The shades also have different finishes, including matte and shimmery, although to me the overall effect seems to be satiny. And the colors are mostly arranged from light to dark, which I also find useful. (It's not one of those palettes where you have to compare two or three shades from different sides of the palette and try to decide if they are identical.) While some of the colors are similar, as far as I can tell none of them are the same. So a fair-skinned person like me can get quite a few looks from this one palette--fun! I would say the quality of this product is medium. The palette is plastic, and I think it will survive everyday use pretty well, although I wouldn't recommend it for travel. As far as the formula is concerned, I've used better shadows and I've used worse ones. Pigmentation and texture are workable, but not the best. Obviously priming your lids makes a difference, or you could dampen your brush or applicator to get more pigment. Some aspects of this item are a mystery. I don't know what the price of the palette would be if I bought it from a store or off the internet. The palette didn't come with any outside packaging, so I don't know exactly how much eyeshadow is in there. I use my makeup slowly though, so it's possible I could have this for decades. Also, there's no info. on the ingredients, so I don't know how safe the formula is, although I tend not to worry about things like that. Kleancolor seems to be a cruelty-free brand, so there's that in its favor too. I guess the bottom line of any review is the question of whether I would recommend this product or not. And my answer is: yes, I would recommend it, but not to everyone. If you already have a good eyeshadow collection, you probably have most of the shades in this palette and don't need it. And if you prefer high-end makeup, this won't come up to your expectations. But if you can get this palette for about $10, I think it would be a good item for any young person or makeup newbie to have. There's nothing intimidating about this palette--except maybe the size--yet it provides a lot of options for play and experimentation. I think this palette would probably work better for light- to medium-skinned people. Unless you use the dark colors to try and make yourself up like a KISS member, it would be difficult to go overboard. At the same time, you can definitely do everything from a natural to a smoky eye. Depending on your coloring, you could also use the shadows for bronzing, highlighting, or contouring your face--I even used the rose-gold shade for blush one day. If you don't like collecting a lot of products, this could be the only neutral eyeshadow palette you need. Just writing this makes me want to go home, get this palette and some brushes out, and start playing. Bring on the eyeshadow!