68% would repurchase
on 10/17/2017 1:55:00 PM
More reviews by csidephoto
We bought a gift set of 6 different Sephora Collection masks they had on sale. They are quite pricey individually, but I thought the collection was a good deal ($25 US for 6).They are an aromatherapeutic experience - I think that is the main thing I would take away from the masks. The packaging is elegant, and the masks have a film with tabs to help you unfold and apply the masks, which feels very deluxe. I'm not sure it makes it easier to use tho 8-)The sheets fit well, even on Doug's large face but the eye holes felt a tiny bit small. They say you don't need to rinse the mask off, but it did leave a bit of a thick and oily feel, so we did end up rinsing. These won't be a part of my everyday masking regime because of the price but are a great special treat. They were better than I expected!
on 10/17/2017 7:58:00 AM
More reviews by thatbeautyjunkie
I like it but it's just hard to find my shade... as a fair babe, and as the lightest shade is roughly as warm as the
on 10/15/2017 5:54:00 PM
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I've been using this for about 2 months and I absolutely LOVE it. It's almost completely identical to Mac's Mineralize Skinfinish Natural in formula, overall finish, and texture. I love Mac's MSFN and I have it in Medium Plus for my NC 30 (W4 in True Match) skintone but the MSFNs are really neutral toned. They are very forgiving though in that they meld to your skintone whether your cool or warm undertoned; nonetheless, I like a strong golden/yellow in my powders and foundations so went hunting for a dupe that has more yellow in it. I have two of the Microsmooth powders: "Beige" and "Sand". Beige is when I'm NC 25-30 in winter and it has a strong yellow in it. Sand is when I'm fake tanning or have some sun and around a NC 30-35. It doesn't have as much yellow as the Beige but it's still more yellow than the Mac MSFN Medium Plus. Both the Beige and Sand are very forgiving and honestly I can wear both interchangeably with very subtle differences in color. The Sephora brand is $22 and you get less than the Mac MSFN ($32) so it's really the same price per gram. I just love Microsmooth because it's light enough to use as a setting powder but also provides medium coverage on its own. I use a dense powder brush to buff into moisturized skin. It has a sheen to it that's very pretty - not matte or flat, but like real skin. There's also green tea extract, jojoba oil, and coral extract in it to soothe the skin - good to know. I'm probably going to get the next 2 shades down, "Tan", to use as a bronzer. They are so good!
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on 10/13/2017 3:08:00 PM
More reviews by amsnovais
Not bad, but I know better than this. Sometimes, I think my skin looks more oily when I put it on, but it covers after the compact powder. It's really fluid and have a good texture, so it's easy to apply on. Still, not mt favourite foundation. The covering could be better and that's the thing that bothers me the most. I have acne-prone and enlarged pores and it doesn't cover as much as I wish...
on 10/13/2017 2:28:00 PM
More reviews by Mlennon9
I use this product in the shade Mocha Spice and as a contour. It's really soft, blendable, and buildable. I'm light tan so I can't use this as foundation but I love using it as a bronzer. It makes my skin look so healthy and beautiful. Sometimes I use it as an eyeshadow too. Very long lasting. Had it for almost a year and use it daily and I still have a lo of product left. The staying power is good too. Lasts all day. Sometimes, if my skin is really oily, it doesn't last as long but you just need a quick touch up. Not all makeup lasts over 8 hours so I didn't have that as an expectation. Love this product!
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