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Not my favorite...
This used to be my favorite, but I like L'Oreal Telescopic mascara more. It can clump - but not an issue if you use a lash comb afterwards. I don't feel like it's worth the money anymore.
November 6, 2013
I love these blushes! I start off with "Exposed" then add "Fantastic" (part of a limited edition kit) for a pop of color and finish it off with the highlighter "Angelic" (also part of a limited edition kit). It seems like a lot, but a little goes a long way with these.
January 25, 2013
Great for a natural finish
UPDATE: I really have fallen in love with RT Expert Face Brush (and it has edged this out as my favorite brush) - but this brush is still really good.
November 18, 2012
I know it's a shading brush, but...
This is the best lip brush I have used - does a great job without harsh lines! It cleans easily - so who cares what it's "supposed" to be used for!
November 17, 2012
This stuff is great!
It builds amazing volume without clumps (the brush is a bit larger than typical brushes - but not unwieldy). I have been asked what fake lashes I use because they look so full - and I love being able to say I am not wearing any (never have) - I'm just wearing this mascara! UPDATE - my aunt tried this mascara out and did not have the same luck that I did. No matter what anyone says - the mascara that you like is the best one for you. I hope everyone finds their favorite - no matter what it is!
October 21, 2012
I just got this (I know I'm behind the times) and the only thing I regret is not getting it sooner! The colors are wonderful and the pigments are amazing (so they look great when I first put it on - and still look great at the end of the day). Some colors I use more than others (but I find that true with any palette). Yes - it is pricey, but the quality is definitely there. I also love the fact that Urban Decay is recognized by the Leaping Bunny Program as cruelty free.
September 7, 2012
Great for my medium length curly hair
I use this almost everyday - and it is perfect for when I golf. I throw my hair up into a ponytail, then take my hair and cover the ponytail holder and "screw" the bun spiral in. More often than not - I will quickly do my hair with this at my desk at work. It takes me less than 30 seconds to get it into a cute "messy" bun that I get a lot of compliments on. And it holds my hair well - the trick is not to "screw" it in too far. To me, this is way easier (and better) than the spiral pins (which I also like).
July 26, 2012