16 Worst Drugstore Makeup Products
See which clumpy mascaras and flytrap sticky lip glosses our readers urge you to stay away from
Why: One reader says this "didn't even make it to my face … I was so excited to try this out that I decided to apply a little of it in my car. I struggled to open the horrible package, but when I did, a puff of the powder -- well, puffed -- in my car. As I watched the puff dissipate in the air, I watched the powder sparkle in the sunshine. Up until that point, I don't think I'd ever seen powder foundation glitter like that. Needless to say, I didn't even want to put it on my face, and I returned it very soon after purchasing it." Other readers who did apply it to their skin say it "isn't very good. I was satisfied by its coverage, but it had sparkles in it that I didn't like. It also clogged my pores, which I realized after switching foundations."
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