You that heart wrenching feeling when you finish the last drop or pump of your favorite hair care product or makeup? Yeah, I get that too. I know I love something when I finish a product completely till the drop! Because I am the type of person who doesn’t really give attention to products that I have no interest in and ends up giving them away instead.
There are definitely some products in this list that I keep on repurchasing again and again like the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Definer in Medium Brown & the Maybelline Fit Me! Concealer in 10 Light. But the rest of the products here are just as good! Which gives me even more reason to pick them up again!
The Rest of the Products:
Smashbox “Brow Tech” Matte Pencil in Light | Bumble and Bumble Hairdresser’s Invisible Oil | Rimmel London Clear Complexion Radieux in 120 Transparent | Rimmel London Stay Matte Pressed Powder in Silky Beige | Bare Minerals Complexion Rescue Tinted Hydrating Gel Cream in Natural | L’Oreal Nude Magique Cushion | Davines Ol Absolute Beautifying Potion| SebaMed Cleansing Foam | Dove Style+ Dry Shampoo | First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Hydra Firm Sleeping Cream | L’Oreal Elseve Hair Oil | Pixi Natural Brow Duo in Brunette
I am known to never sugarcoat what I think about something (or someone). So when I dislike or uncomfortable with something I say it. Sadly, these products didn’t live up to my expectations.
Here are my reasons:
Sephora Lip Balm | I felt that it didn’t really benefit my lips in any way. Yes, it was a balm, but that’s all it was. It didn’t necessarily moisturize my lips in a way that any other balm couldn’t do.
Kiko Make Up Milano Lip Plumper | Lip plumpers have a bit of a (spicy) feeling when applied to the lips to help”plump” your lips. This one had that feeling but…it was a bit sticky for my taste.
Revlon Colorburst in Candy Apple | This was one of the first lippies I got when I first started my makeup addiction, which was about 3-4 years ago. It already had a sticky consistency on application and I wasn’t into it.
**ALL PHOTOS AND VIDEO WERE TAKEN WITH A SONY A6000**