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- Points: 400
- Reviews: 5
No matter your skin type this product rocks
Oily skin, it works, dry it works, sensitive it works. Each package for each skin type does what it says it will do. The cleanser leaves your skin feeling clean, just clean, not dry or filmy. You don't need to use the who Olay line for this product to be effective. If you like another lines moisturizer use it. The packaging is biofriendly and the price point is perfect. The cloths act as a non abrasive exfoliant each time you wash your face reducing the need to use harsher exfoliants if you have sensitive or thin skin.
November 1, 2008
Don't waste your money
I love Bobby Brown. When I first found out they had come out with a lip gloss I bought it by just trying the color. After two uses I took it back to Neimans where I bought it to complain about the tackiness, short wear time and most of all poor applicator. Without hesitation the sales woman took the product back. However she did explain to me that "Bobby" recommends you attempt application by using a lipstick brush to get the product off the useless brush that comes in the packaging. AMAZING!! She said this with a straight face. I've been buying from this woman for years. Given the cost of a Bobby Brown brush the total cost of this gloss could come to $30.00. That still wouldn't have solved the problem of tacky gloss and short lasting wear. The girls at the counter and I now laugh at this product. Love the colors however.
October 22, 2008
Way off the Mark
This is Maybelene repackaged in a cheap black tube with Bobbi Browns name on it. Or is Maybelene Bobbi Brown mascara in a pretty colored tube. Hard to tell they both preform the same but one is ridiculously more expensive with no value added for the price.
August 10, 2008
Know what you're doing when you buy this product
this Bobbi Brown gel eyeliner is a long lasting liner that will take you from morning till late into the evening. On that basis alone I would give it ten stars. If that were the only criteria for buying an eyeliner we could end there. However you have to put the liner on. That is where this product falls very short of the user friendly mark. The gel is fast drying and very unforgiving. You have little time to get it right so practice makes perfect. The brush you use is very important, very thin for working the gel down into the lash line. You don't have the opportunity to smudge the liner as you would a wet powder application or pencil liner. What the Bobbi Brown artist recommends is that you use eye shadow of the same color over the shadow to soften the line if you want a smokey look to your eye. You need a very steady hand and I highly recommend using the short brush so you can rest the bulb of your thumb on your cheek as you apply the gel to your eyelid. Be very careful using this product in the lower eye as you could wind up with a 60's look wither you want it or not. If your going for a sixties look this is a ten star product. The colors are dark and true to the color you see in the jar.
August 10, 2008
Horrible application horrible product
I'm a card carrying member of the Bobbi Brown fan club and have bought several shades of this lip gloss in the hope that I'll learn to at least tolerate the product. Don't do it ladies! Save your money. The Bobbi Brown make up artist, an employee of Bobbi Brown, who helps me make my purchases has given me the tip to use a lipstick brush to get the gloss off of the brush that comes in the tube of gloss. That's right the Bobbi Brown employee herself, a make up artist no less, suggests you use a second lipstick brush to get the mucky gloss out off the brush. There is also no way you will get all the product you paid for out of the tube and to top it off...the gloss has a tacky feel which you don't have to worry much about because it will be off you in a little less than ten minutes. The color of the product in the tube and the color on your lips my be extremely different. It doesn't test like other Bobbi lip products. Love her lipsticks but just say no to this gloss, IN ANY SHADE.
August 10, 2008
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