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Perfect for yellow skin tones
This is perfect for minorities. In the past, I've found make-up that made me look too pink, too brown, or washed out. This one matches my skin perfectly and looks natural. It's too bad it doesn't come with SPF15 or longwear technology, though.
May 3, 2013
This product added a subtle shine to my normal, dark, straight hair. A friend might notice that your hair looks nice, but might not be able to pinpoint exactly what was different. Don't expect amazing, mind-blowing results from this drugstore product and you won't be disappointed. It adds more shine than regular conditioner. There may have been a tiny decrease in volume at the roots. (It probably helped that I concentrated the conditioner primarily on the ends and up to the middle of my hair.) For really shiny hair, try a styling aid like gloss or some kind of serum (not shampoo or conditioner) in addition to this product.
July 31, 2009
Best inexpensive eyeliner I've ever tried!
I've always been a bit hesitant to wear dark eyeliner or mascara when I know I'm going to be in a humid place and sweating a bit, which results in embarrassing raccoon eyes. I tried this once at an outdoor festival where it got really hot, and again at a club where everyone was really sweaty - the eyeliner never smudged a bit! It almost seemed like a tattoo based on the dark pigment and easy application. It also came off really easily with my eye makeup remover. I definitely recommend this. My only advice is to have a Q-tip and eye make-up remover on hand when applying it if you have a shaky hand or are inexperienced with applying liquid eyeliner.
March 23, 2009
Best for Thick Hair
This is good for defining your hairline, but I don't recommend it for eyebrows unless you've waxed your own eyebrows before. Once you get the hot wax on your hair, there isn't a way to get it off, so if you make a mistake, you'll have to wax that hair off! As for lip hair, it doesn't work if it's fine hair. The best part of this is that there are no strips needed.
March 2, 2008
A must-have for any medicine cabinet
I use this all the time for the occassional flare-ups. It's way better than just trying to wait for the zit to clear up. 10% benzoyl peroxide is the strongest concentration you can get over-the-counter. Look for it on the list of ingredients on acne products. The benzoyl peroxide kills the bacteria and treats. If your skin can handle it, use it in combination with a cleanser with salicylic acid to prevent breakouts from even occurring.
October 26, 2007
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