This one is the WORST lip stick I’ve tried in my life. It’s very gritty and the glitters felt sharp on my lips because I have very thin skin on my lips. Thankfully no cuts but it hurt and it’s very sheer unless you build it up 4-5 times. I highly recommend AVOIDING at all costs.
Fun and fresh love that for me sister Jeffree done come through for us it’s orange it smells and tastes exactly like rainbow sherbet and I’m resisting the urge to eat the tub up.
I can’t rave enough about this pallete. It’s weighted feels expensive looks expensive smells good and most importantly the shadows swatch and perform on the eye beautifully. First row is a good urban decay naked basics moment the last row is a great red/purple gradient moment...the middle colours were slightly random but tongue pop works as the most gorgeous blush on my skin tone. I just love this pallete probably the best eyeshadow pallete of all time.
I expect better than dollar store packaging for such an expensive higher end product. Heck the dollar store probably has better packaging for its products than this disappointment.
The shades inside were good soft buttery feeling and a bit too pigmented if you ask me so use a light hand it’ll last you a very long time.
I would have liked an exchange but Beautylish was extremely unhelpful, saying they can’t do anything for a DEFECTIVE product they sold me since it was on Black Friday.
I want to warn future customers about this issue please think twice before buying this product. The packaging doesn’t correlate to how expensive the item is.
It’s small enough for precise highlighter application and is not too wide so it brings the highlighter on the apple of the cheek..my biggest peeve with the Wayne Goss fan brush was that it was too wide for my face and it splays however the Sonia fan brush does not splay. Its very effortless and blends the highlighter on the face seamlessly.It’s extremely soft and I LOVE the design! Also the small details are to die for like the Japan logo on the side , the trident logo at the bottom and the faded lacquering from red to black.