Product Reviews by seaswan
I was looking for something colorful to add to my eyeshadow collection and this is a great addition. I was eyeing the Lorac sunset pallette when I saw this on the BH Cosmetics website on sale I pounced. I have never tried anything by BH Cosmetics but based on WF I will again.
The packaging is cardboard with a nice mirror and the company did a great job with the names of colors, artwork, and …Read more
This is so much better than the RT miracle sponge. It looks small but when wet it expands to an advantages size for applying foundation. The sculpting sponge is softer and less porous than the orange sponge which always felt heavy as though there was still water inside. it's also easier to hold, (I use the small end like a handle for foundation and flip it around for concealer. While the …Read more
I have never had luck with stippling brushes and this is not exception. The bristles on this clump together which result in a streaky application of liquid products. I tried it with cream blushes but no. I also think this is one of the least comfortable RT brushes to hold. The weight is heavy at the end and it feels clumsy. Honestly I've grown tired of their candle stick handles as well.
I have been using two Clairol products on my hair regularly for about 12 years The Kaleidocolors to highlight and the Nice n Easy. First the company reformulated Kaleidocolors and screwed that up and now Nice n Easy. This review is for the oddly shaped box with the flowers on it. The first thing I hate is the tube of color. I frequently use two different shades and with a tube it's nearly …Read more
I bought this in taupe and it's a good match for blonde hair but the twist up teardrop shape makes it difficult to apply precise strokes and extend the tail of my brow.
The product is a bit too waxy and the spoolie on the other end removes most of the color. When I did fill in my brows the product had good staying power.
I don't have full brows and usually use a micro fine …Read more
If you haven't tried this all matte palette, you must! I've had this for a year and just bought a back up. Pigmentation, blendability, wear time, all fantastic. The packaging is long and thin with a nice mirror and the plastic is sturdy there's no wasted space.
The colors are neutral to warm but the shades are muted, so they are wearable for everyone, and the texture …Read more
What I like about the original tin packaged matte palette is the the cool and warm tones included and larger pans for highlight and light crease shades but,
I just don't think this palette is worth the price because the pigmentation wavers and the staying power is less than stellar.
I expect eight hours from a good eyeshadow and I have lower priced shadows that do this.
I liked this concealer a few years ago so maybe my eye area has changed because I can't use it anymore. The consistency is thick and sticky and hard to blend. The coverage is medium but it brings out the texture on my skin. I've never had problems with oxidizing.
I'm just using up what I have and mixing it with moisturizer but I won't repurchase this again.
I don't own the other palette this is being compared to. I do own a palette this is very similar and better, I'll get back to that in a minute. For $5.00 ten eyeshadows is a great price and Wet n Wild putting at least two matte crease/transition shade in their new palettes another plus.
The transition colors a neutral and a warm apply well end and blend well they are the stars …Read more