Product Reviews by evilplaidkitten
I'm not sure if perhaps I got a bad sample of this or what went on, but mine was incredibly watery. I got the small tube sample and could squeeze drops of water/oil/whatever it was out of it -- I think almost half of the tube was like that! Even despite that I didn't think that the coverage was good enough for me to justify spending $26 on it. I actually prefer the coverage that I get …Read more
This is a wonderfully nostaglic scent for me because my mother had a bottle of Love's Lemon something or another (not that she ever wore it) that I took for myself when I was about 8 or so. A very nice, light lemony scent. Unfortunately, this scent truly is a "pick me up" -- What you smell now you're not going to smell in another half hour, so if you're actually looking …Read more
This shadow looks JUST what it sounds like -- like rust. A burnt orangey red type color that unfortunately on pale skin, doesn't look well. I'd imagine it would look better on someone with more olive colored skin, or even perhaps dark skin, but seeing as for most of my make up, I pick "Fair/light", I'm not either of those. Since I didn't want to wash it off, and I …Read more
This polish was actually somewhat forgotten until I decided to just try out all my Zoya polishes and be done with it, after painting my nails with Rea earlier this week. Because of it's estimated age (I recieved it in a swap at least two years ago), it was getting some oil/paint seperation but after a good shaking it went back to normal. This is a very bright blue color that reminds me of …Read more
True to the stock photo and incredibly true to the color in the bottle, this polish had the unfortunate luck of being one that I couldn't decide, even after wearing it for three days. This actually seems to be the unfortunate matter for most Zoya Polishes that I try out. The plus side is that this showed minimal chip wear on the third day, at which point I decided to start peeling it off …Read more
Pros: A really pretty champagne color, fairly good staying power.
Cons: The glitter -- from the second that I put it on, I had glitter on my face. Just a little under and around the eyes at that time. As the day progressed, I had more and more glitter down more and more of my face, enough that other people noticed too. This shadow might be good if you're someone who goes out to a …Read more
A pretty lilac with a peachy gold shimmer --- unfortunately required 3 coats before it wasn't opaque any more. A plus to it was that with a top coat (sally hansen hard as wraps) I was able to wear it for four days without a single chip -- a very rare thing for polish for me!
Not the absolute worst concealer I've ever used, but definately one to put on the list of "yet another concealer that I've tried that's failed me". Looks cakey, and offers very minimal concealing -- also, within a few hours settled into every little crease possible.