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- Reviews: 9
Eye'm a believer.
I like this anhydrous eye cream. They suggest you use it around your upper lip, too, which I do, as well as other places (nasolabial folds, and the not yet formed 11 between my eyebrows). I even like its non-scented smell. lol If it only wasn't so darn expensive. Let's talk about the tube. I feel like the tube allows the contents to stay cleaner (opposed to a pot you stick your finger it). It does this thing where if you squeeze it nothing budges, but if you apply slightly more pressure it shoots out some eye cream wherever it feels like it. That's the biggest prob.
September 21, 2011
Finally full coverage...
without caking and transferring to my clothes. I need to be able to cover tattoos on special occasions and this stuff works better than any other brand I've tried. I saw someone mention that the color was too pale, which means they selected the incorrect color (or a sales person did). They have an impressive selection of shades (more than 30). The B group is for Golden Browns to Ebony undertones, C is for primarily pink undertones, E is for pink and yellow. E is a good middle ground to start with if you're not in the B category: if it looks yellow on your skin you need the C group and if it turns pink you should be using the M category. M is for yellow and olive undertones. Once you know what your undertones are you move on to the shade. Shade is the number following the letter (0-90) and it indicates how light or dark the pigment will be. Also, the pricing is fair. You will get plenty of use out of this because its pigment is so concentrated. I was told the pigments lay flat acting as if they're puzzle pieces. You can layer depending on how much coverage you need. If you think this cream is too heavy there's always the Natural FX option, which I prefer on my face.
April 17, 2009
Good moisturizing exfoliator.
Usually when using an exfoliator I have to prep my skin with some sort of oil or cream barrier. It would not be necessary to do so with this self-adjusting exfoliator. I didn't even moisturize after using it, and my skin felt great. Also I must mention that despite not needing to moisturize my skin feels clean, not greasy or oily after using this. Good stuff, not harsh like most.
April 12, 2009
Never knew how much I needed it...
until I tried it. Now I feel like a fool if I put eyeshadow on without it. That's how big of an improvement it makes. I had gotten a deluxe sample and made it last forever, because really less is more with this stuff. If I put a big ol' blob on my lids the shadow clings to places where I'm not trying to apply shadow and then makes blending rather difficult. Those of you experiencing creasing are probably using too much primer. And $17 isn't bad for the usage I get out of this product.
April 10, 2009
I have received many complements on how "flawless" my skin is when I use Studio Fix. I do agree with other reviews stating it makes you dry, but I live in a dry area of the US so I prime my skin and use a moisturizer with SPF. The price is pretty good and it's been lasting me a while with consistent use. It took me a while to realize where the sponge was, and began to use a brush, which I prefer.
April 10, 2009
You CAN bomb the world to peace.
These are such a great pick me up. I stocked up this winter (lush has an amazing post-holiday sale) and now my bedroom smells as if I live inside Lush. The only downside is the price to use ratio. I can usually rationalize the purchase by telling myself something along the lines of "people spend this much on a latte". I have even made my own (citric acid & baking soda + perfume oil of choice), but they never come close to Lush's. Butterball is one of my favorites because the shea butter content keeps you moisturized and it's small and less expensive compared to the others. Certain bombs require an old stocking (or that handful of peds I swiped from DSW) to prevent a floral or confetti mess that leads to a clogged drain.
April 8, 2009
I received this as a sample, and if I hadn't I never would have tried it. I moved from NY to a much drier climate and didn't realize how much my skin needed something like this. It works well to remove makeup, smells like lilies, and has lasted for a while. I like to use it as a barrier when using a face scrub, but alone it works well and leaves no reason to moisturize afterward.
April 7, 2009
So very strong!
It's truly the best, but there was one mishap with a recently purchased pair of MAC's Hello Kitty lashes. When it came time to remove the lashes half of the lash strip came apart, but the remainder of the strip stayed glued to my eyelid. Definitely the opposite of having them fall off. And the latex stink isn't too bad compared to other brands.
April 7, 2009
Not for me.
I'm sorry, but this stuff smells like a household cleanser. A high-end household cleanser. How can I tell if it does what it claims if the smell is so repulsive I can't be dedicated enough to continue to use it? That being said, I like most of Bliss's products, but I would continue to use the regular fatgirl slim rather than this option.
April 6, 2009
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