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LOVE these nails - everyone thinks they're acrylics
I get soooo many compliments when I wear these nails. I've wore them straight for over 5 years and they generally last me about 8-10 days. They don't pop off, they don't bend and whiten and you can paint over them and the crackle polishes even work on them. Everyone thinks they are acrylics, but I just can't help but to share that they're glue on and save me mega money a month vs. getting my nails done. I find the Kiss brand nails and glue the best on the market. Other brands aren't bad, but if you are hard on your nails and use them as 'tools' like I do, Kiss is THE way to go!
August 21, 2011
It lasts as an eyebrow filler BUT....
So I use the Cocoa to fill in my eyebrows after losing them to radiation and the super fine and semi-watery application works well to make little fine strokes for my eyebrows - BUT I store all my pen/marker type liners upside down and when I pulled it out 3 days ago to use (after only having it 2 weeks), there was MOLD, yes, bright green mold on the entire tip of the liner. Totally grossed out and am writing the company about this. Otherwise, it was a great brow liner, but not a great eye liner
August 21, 2011
Not worth the time or money!
The other reviewers are right on.... this brush is wretched and does not work at all. The application causes way too much mascara to go on per coat and the bristles are too bulky & stiff to do any precision work with your edge lashes and bottom lashes. It got everywhere when I tried it and messed up the rest of my eye make up, I had to remove and start from scratch again. I returned the package and actually wrote Revlon to let them know how horrible this stuff is and they sent me a coupon for another mascara (and I still have yet to use it for I don't like any of their mascaras). Gals, keep your money and stay away from this one
April 27, 2010
Hard to apply and gets everywhere - I'll pass....
I'm still using this eye shadow some mornings when I have the extra time in hopes that I find something I love about it, but I don't think it's going to happen. The powder itself is VERY crumbly-like in the sense that it comes off TOO easily & it breaks apart, crumbles and flies everywhere when trying to apply, so be careful applying this when wearing your favorite clothes. The colors are pretty and highly pigmented, but the actual dome of color itself causes a problem with me. I try to get a specific lighter color and if its close to the center of the powder mound, I will get flecks of the deeper color in my hi-lighted area, which makes me have to start from scratch over and over again since I have to wipe off my lid a couple times if I get my brush into the blurred line between the lighter and darker side. That's frustrating and is causing me to fly thru this shadow and I've only had it a couple of weeks. I think I will stick with regular Maybelline shadows since this stuff looks pretty, but is too much of a hassle and not easy to apply.
April 22, 2010
This hair color is the best I have tried, and I have literally tried ALL of them. It was the closest match to the "shown box color" that I have gotten in ANY shelf color. I am 35, so I have been coloring my hair for 16 years now, both professionally and at home, and this stuff made my hair feel amazing afterward and is SO TRUE TO COLOR. I have red red hair and this stuff allowed me to keep my vibrant red without taming it to a burgundy or a dark auburn brown. I feel 10 years younger and it covered my grays perfectly. I'm not going back to any other brand now!
April 14, 2010
Too greasy for fair skin
I have had this moisturizer unopened for about a year and I ran out of my other moisturizer and decided to open it and try it and I should have trashed it. It is VERY GREASY when you put it on and it does not allow for make-up to go on smoothly afterward. It actually was very highly fragranced and made my skin turn red in blotches, and also made my eyes water from the fragrance when I used it on my dark under eye circles. It didn't even help my dry patches around my eye lids and nose because they were clearly irritated by the greasy feel and heavy fragrance. I would not buy this product ever again. I am looking into a Mary Kay lighter moisturizer that helps brighten and even out my skin tone.
March 2, 2010
Didn't work for me...
I have had this product for over 6 months and have had ZERO results. The rollerball applicator is an easy way to get the product on but NOT hygene-safe. If you have ANY debris around your eyes, this will make things worse and can spread germs. My dark circles and a little bit of drooping under the eye didn't go away and, at best, the roller was a little wake-me-up since the metal rollerball applicator is cooler than room temp. I had lasik eye surgery and I tried this product about 10 days after the surgery and realized how poorly the design was for people with contacts or sensitive eyes. I would stay away, the product does not live up to its hype and is kinda dangerous to repeatedly apply to your eye area.
February 26, 2010
Fries your hair!
The plates are cheap and this styler left my hair fried and more frizzy than it really is. My hair is colored as well and this styler actually made the fresh color inconsistent due to the plates not being evenly heated. I got another flat iron for around $30 and threw this one away
February 26, 2010
This lip gloss stays with me all the time. I have tried Color Juice, MAC's Lip glass, Rimmell's juicy lip gloss and this one is by far the best gloss, best price and offers the best subtle colors. I can't stand any lip gloss that has a chemical taste or just tastes nasty and this stuff tastes and smells great. Sooo worth it. And you can sometimes find a BOGO at some drug store chains
February 24, 2010
Stays put but can create uneven lines...
So I really DO love this eyeliner as I am a photographer and my eyes are constantly moving around the back of a camera and my make-up always wears off, especially since I sweat a LOT. I love the easy glide that a liquid eyeliner allows BUT, it dries fairly fast, so it can make for a few "oops" before you perfect the application. The brush is thin but too long, so i actually cut mine down to almost half the original size to get more control when applying. The only other complaint I have is that I am 35 and I do have a little aging on my eyelids so this eyeliner can accentuate the fine wrinkles on the lid. If you create a super-fine line, it helps cut down on that. I LOVE the staying power, but I dislike the clumpiness the formula gets after about a month of everyday use. I really wish MAC would change the brush and thin the formula out and it would be perfection!
February 24, 2010
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