Product Reviews by waywardrose
I've been using Afterglow's mineral foundation for years (color: Pearl). However, it's a pain to travel with loose powders. So, I decided to try Sephora's pressed mineral foundation compact (color: D10). I wasn't disappointed. The foundation has good coverage. I wouldn't try to build it up too much since my skin would look over-powdered and then cakey. (Thanks, oily …Read more
This is the only soap that has actually cleared up my zits. (I get PMS breakouts still, but they are less severe. I know that no soap can truly combat hormones.) My face never feels tight after washing either. The soap itself has a scent, but it's pleasant and disappears after toweling off.
I use the translucent version of Afterglow's setting powder. Honestly, it's not worth the price. I bought it when I first discovered Afterglow. While it's organic and works, it's just a translucent powder. An organic rice powder will do the same thing and be a fraction of the price.
I have pale, oily/combination, sensitive skin with warm undertones. It's near impossible to find a foundation that matches me. Most formulas are too pink for me or make my skin look dirty. However, I found my shade--Pearl--in Afterglow Cosmetics.
The powder is almost creamy in texture and blends like a dream. I would say the foundation has a medium-to-light coverage. The coverage …Read more
This is a gorgeous brown-black/warm black. The micro-glitter is warm too; it's almost holographic gold. So pretty!
The formula is a typical greasepaint stick--a little on the dry side with serious staying power. I love to use it as a base. It also works very well as a regular eyeliner. Do not put this on your waterline, though, since it'll flake off into the eye.
This is probably my favorite of the glitter liners from NYX. The holographic glitter is just beautiful. Also, it's versatile because of the clear base and the nature of the glitter. It looks lovely with cool colors and really fun with warm.