Product Reviews by MeisterK
For the holidays, I went ahead and shopped for some things from Sephora online. This fragrance was one of the samples I dropped along with my order. It comes in a gorgeous little pamphlet! The smell is suitable for someone in their twenties, or older! I detected no scent of musk, just a pungent, floral smell.
With concealers, I like using a pencil or lipstick version of them so I can maneuver them around my problem areas more easily. I bought this in light/medium at a Walmart since there was not many option for non-liquid concealers so I settled for this. I liked this a lot! It covered, and stayed put all day. I hope others can find use for this too.
It was $10 at the Rue 21 in Sherwood Mall. Pink Ice is probably my favorite scent from their brand, and according to the sales lady it is one of the more popular fragrances. It was a decent sized bottle, so you get a lot of product for an amazing price.
Very pigmented, easy to apply brush. I have both rosewater and guava, and they show up nicely on my tan skin. The blush are petite, and very cute looking. One cost around $22, so think it through if you wish to purchase this for yourselves!
The Ulta in my town had a sell for many of their products, and I picked up this hand creme. It is very thick, does not particularly have a scent, and moisturizes incredibly. The lotion applied heavily on my hand, but it was instantly softer feeling. The moisture lasts for hours.
This is a cool product that goes on clear, but later becomes pigmented. I applied this over my skin (felt a bit weird to be honest), and within seconds the gel turned into a light pink. I thought it looked very flattering on me. I hope others like how the product reacts to them too!
This bronzer is a nice and matte color that I can build to have it show up on my tan skin. However the new Dark Chocolate Soleil came out, and after trying that I found that it suits me a lot better. Maybe those who are a bit darker could try the Dark Chocolate Soleil and see their reactions too!