waterfordgirl wrote: »
I did - got the item after about a month or so and all was fine in the end. I checked reviews after ordering and got a fright too!!
I wouldnt order again as there are plently of places thst will get the items to me quicker. But the main thing is i did get thdm i suppose
retro:electro wrote: »
Oh wow, I’ve just spent the last half an hour reading through their negative reviews on Trust Pilot. The way they reply to people!!! Literally threatening people with legal action unless they remove their negative reviews. Unreal! Avoid!
Sunny Dayz wrote: »
Got a few bits over Christmas....
Ella & Jo serum and hyaluronic acid. I actually really like them. I dunno how many times I've nearly dropped the glass serum bottle on the tiled bathroom floor, I'll cry if I do, it's not cheap! It's frosted glass so I can't see how much I've gone through yet. It's not sticky like some other hyaluronic acids. Quite like the spray also.
Foweva Awone wrote: »
I've been using Nak shampoo and conditioner for ages and really like them. It's the only sulfate and paraben free brand I've found that still feels like a luxury product. Recently though I bought their shine mist (just so that I'd spend enough to get free shipping) and omg I love it!! One spray after I dry and straighten my hair and it keeps my hair perfect until I wash it again, 2-3 days later. It smells fab too! Think it was about €18 but well worth it, and it's a big bottle that'll last ages.
keredern wrote: »
Would you have a link to that spray please?
Agent Avenger wrote: »
I made my first Pat McGrath purchases in the Black Friday sale last year and was so impressed I couldn’t resist her latest sale last month. I got a bundle of the first three mothership palettes, subliminal, sublime and subversive. I found the colour stories to be appealing but a little bit intimidating at first especially compared to the more everyday and wearable colour stories of the previous two palettes I bought, divine rose I and bronze seduction.
They’re not colours that I would usually go for however I’ve been playing around with them for the past two weeks and have found them to be far more usable and wearable than my first impressions. I incorporated the deep blue shimmer shade from the subliminal palette into my eye look today and I’m still blown away at how much the colours when applied actually look like the colours in the palette, actually most of them even look better when applied. Normally I would have avoided shades like the deep blue as they tend to look muddy on me especially when blended out and not much like the original shade but this was so pigmented and vibrant.
I’ve never had so many compliments on my eye makeup since I started using her shadows and to be fair I’m not the best at application or working out cohesive eye looks but the special shades are definitely eye catching! There are four “special’ shades in each mothership palette apart from decadence. They have different finishes to the other six matte and shimmer shades. There are duo/triochromes, some almost like a wet foil look and textured shades, hard to describe without seeing them in person and photos don’t do them justice either.
Segotias wrote: »
I have to ask are they worth the price. She's a brand I refuse to pay the money for. I'd want a mua to come with the price
PoisonIvyBelle wrote: »
I picked up Rimmel Lasting Finish foundation when I was waiting on my Mac Studio Fix to arrive, and it's honestly just as good. I'm amazed. I was almost gonna return my Mac one when it came, but I'm gonna keep it for special occasions (or if we ever get a night out again) cause it does be great in photos. The Rimmel one is a third of the price so def worth trying. I'm NW13 in studio fix and I got Ivory 100 in the Rimmel one.
Also, I got that "5 second eyes" cream trio from that Upcosmetics line, but wouldn't recommend it unless you wear a lot of make up with it or it just looks too much - the glitter goes all over the place and it's more like something you'd wear on a night out IMO. I was losing me mind trying to get all the glitter off my face. ��
Neera wrote: »
I also got 5 second eyes and although I love the colours I find they don’t last and crease quite easily. I’ve had to reapply during the day to make them look decent ! I’ve used eye shadow primer too but it hasn’t helped !
Sir_Name wrote: »
Has anyone tried the Luna by Lisa Air Brush filter, I think its a dupe for the CT Flawless filter and i'd be intrigued to know if its worth it.
Snoozecruise wrote: »
Does anyone have any good long wearing satin lipstick recommendations? I use L'Oréal colour riche but dont find it lasts.