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Jenni L.
Jenni L.
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Eyes: Brown

Skin: Tan; Normal

Hair: Brown; Dry

pretty

my mom started doing nails and she bought these for her designes. she bought multiple colors includinf white,gold,silver,green etc. the brushes messed up after a while but i cant complain

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Morgan B.
Morgan B.
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Eyes: Hazel

Skin: Medium; Dry, Sensitive, Normal

Hair: Brown; Dry, Coarse

Pretty good for a dollar

I guess it's okay if you are beginning nail art but the striped itself gets too big and floppy and gloppy to the point where I just can't use it anymore.😶

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Elanor D.
Elanor D.
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Eyes: Blue

Skin: Fair; Combination

Hair: Brown; Normal

very thin texture, I didn't like how thin it was. on certain colours it wouldn't show up, and even if it did it was very weak. I would not recommend this product, because I have tried other colours and the same result had happened every time.

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Lauren K.
Lauren K.
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Eyes: Green

Skin: Olive; Combination

Hair: Brown; Oily

I love L.A colours and when I found out they had stripers for only £1, I got a whole box full of them, and they lasted ages, but you have to take care of them as they can get quite sticky if not cared for well x

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Lily A.
Lily A.
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Eyes: Blue

Skin: Fair; Sensitive

Hair: Blonde; Normal

Not worth the money!

I found this in a shop for only £1.99 and was amazed, now i understand why it was so cheap! It went sticking and lumpy after about 4 days of purchasing it! Will not be buying again!

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Emily W.
Emily W.
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Eyes: Brown

Skin: Fair; Dry, Combination

Hair: Brown; Normal

They're only a buck, why not.

I love the variety of colors and the included striping brush. The formula starts out nice but quickly turns goopy and thick. I was able to revive them a couple of times with nailpolish remover to thin them, but eventually I had to throw them out. I got pretty decent use out of them though, so worth the price. I kept the brushes to use as nail art brushes with my other polishes.

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Nahomi L.
Nahomi L.
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Eyes: Brown

Skin: Tan; Combination

Hair: Blonde; Coarse

you get what you pay for.

Not worth $1 lOl. I used the only a few times before they started to clump... needless to say, ,they aren't even thin anymore. i had the hot pink color, a purple, and a gold.

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Ann D.
Ann D.
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Eyes: Blue

Skin: Fair-Medium; Oily

Hair: Brown; Normal

Affordable and easy to use!

I have many of these. They come in a lot of colors. I like the long, thin blush. Makes it easy to do lines, pretty petals and much more. They last a long time and for only $1 they are so worth it.

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Christy V.
Christy V.
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Eyes: Brown

Skin: Fair-Medium; Dry, Combination

Hair: Black; Normal

great for the price

i love these , the brush makes it so easy to draw any kind of line . my only complaint would be that they get thick really fast . ive only tried the red glitter so it may be something that happens with the glitters , nothing some nail polish thinner cant fix ;)

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Angie A.
Angie A.
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Eyes: Blue

Skin: Fair-Medium; Dry, Sensitive

Hair: Red; Fine, Oily

So sparkly

I've borrowed the bright orange before, but I only own the green glitter. It's a beautiful, emerald green, super shiny. The only issue is the brush. I wouldn't recommend it for nail art - maybe tips. It's thin, but not thin enough for close work. Overall, however, I like the formula.

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