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... And why aren't you waiting until they're an extra 20% off??   I keep adding these things to my cart, but they keep selling out on me, because I want to wait for the extra20 promo. Guess I'm just a cheapskate, lol.
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Hello, I got a Luxe Cashemere brush as a gift, but I'm suspecting it could be a fake, cause in the other Clarisonic brushes i own there are a clock icon and a number in the center on the back of the brush, while on this, I can't see any clock symbol and the number is on the outern circle and not in the center. Since this is the first Luxe brush I got, I can't compare it, so can you help me and check out yours?thanks so much
Hello! My brother wants some shower gel for xmas. I thought I would have lots of options on but it's somewhat limited. Also, I'm not familiar with men's products. Do you guys have a good shower gel to recommend? Or any gift idea for a guy?   Thanks!
I received my samples from GlamGlow yesterday and was really itching to try the cleanser. I just used the Thirsty Cleanse so I wanted to share what I think.    First of all I must say that I absolutely HATE the Thirsty Mud Mask. I cannot stand the smell. This cleanser doesn't small as strong (and since I only had it on for a short time and than washed it off that makes a difference).   The way you use this cleanser is that you apply it directly to your dry face, massage it in, and add a bit of water for it to emulsify. You massage that it and than wash your face completely. I don't really like some of the cleansers out there that have this method because I feel like I have to rub my face raw to get it to turn the way it's supposed to. But this one is much faster. It works very quickly.    After I washed it off my skin does feel very refreshed and hydrated. I actually really like the way it feels and I bet after using this sample I would totally buy the full size. I can't give a true "review" since this was just a 1 foil sample I was sent (they also sent me 1 packet of Super Cleanse but I will pass that to a friend).    I just thought I'd share my humble first thoughts on this product
I just saw the new perfume which I love! How ever I am trying to avoid particular ingredients such as Petroleum. Does anyone know the ingredients? The page does not have it posted which is a bummer.
I received some samples from Missha which are unidentifiable to me.  Can anyone tell me what is what?  I also got a few more but they clearly said face wash in English.  I see one says serum, but any  mor einfo on it?  Thanks!
I'm currently using the Olay Pro X face cleansing brush because it was only $15 on sale. I've wanted a Clarisonic for the longest time but can't settle on one. I've been on the edge of getting one for months. But I also don't want to buy one and it be the same quality as my Olay.   Is the Clarisonic better than the Olay? Is it worth the splurge? /.\ I can't decide and I've done so much research over the last few months!
I have read every article on how to treat, shampoo, condition, etc.. bleached platinum blonde hair and am now lost in a sea of products. I have processed my short hair twice in the last 4 or 5 months. While I am lucky that my hair is fairly healthy, it is obvious that the ends of my hair have weakened (I notice tiny white/blonde hairs on my shirt after I blow dry and style). So there is definite breakage going on. I really want Davines products but they have to be ordered online and so on.. Need something pronto before my cool beige hair loses its coolness before Christmas.
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LIST UPDATED 6/21/14 - Sephora also suggests contacting brands directly for more information and details than we have provided here if needed   Hello lovely BTers!! We hear you and we've been working to update the previous post Tiffany did in 2011 regarding Animal Testing. Since we carry over 200 other brands, the ones we've listed below have confirmed that they do not test on animals and/or we’ve confirmed the following brands on the PETA or Leaping Bunny list.  Please keep in mind that the sites may update their information more frequently than we do, but we will try our best to keep it up to date! ch/index.aspx (yes, I posted an outside link, but its for your use & was approved )   Our private label Sephora Collection and Sephora Originals (Hello Kitty, Kat Von D, Formula X, and Pantone) are cruelty free (meaning that the products have never been tested on animals).   Any info we could confirm (vegan/gluten free) are listed below the links.  We hope this helps!!   Amika - (PETA)   Anastasia -  (PETA)   Bare Escentuals -  (PETA)   Becca - (we reached out to them directly & they confirmed no testing, but they are not listed on either site)   Betsy Johnson – (we reached out to them directly & they confirmed no testing, but they are not listed on either site)   Bite Beauty - (Leaping Bunny)   Blinc -  (PETA)   Bond No 9 – Vegan/Cruelty/Gluten Free   Butter London – (we reached out to them directly & they confirmed no testing, but they are not listed on either site)   Carol's Daughter -  (PETA)   Caudalie - (we reached out to them directly & they confirmed no testing, but they are not listed on either site)   Clarins - (we reached out to them directly & they confirmed no testing, but they are not listed on either site)   Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare -  (PETA)   DuWop -   Hello Kitty -   Hourglass -  (PETA)   Illume – Cruelty/Gluten Free   Jack Black -  (PETA)   JINsoon – Cruelty/Gluten Free   Josie Maran -  (PETA)   Juicy Couture – Vegan/Cruelty/Gluten Free   Julep – Cruelty/Gluten Free   Jurlique – (we reached out to them directly & they confirmed no testing, but they are not listed on either site)   J ustin Bieber – Vegan/Cruelty/Gluten Free   Kate Somerville – Cruelty/Gluten Free   Kat Von D -   KenzoUSA – Vegan/Cruelty/Gluten Free   Keratinperfect – Cruelty/Gluten Free   Korres Natural Products -   L’Occitane – (we reached out to them directly & they confirmed Vegan/Cruelty/Gluten Free, but they are not listed on either site)    L’artisan parfumeur – Vegan/Cruelty/Gluten Free   LivingProof – Cruelty Free/Gluten Free Stylers   Make Up For Ever – Cruelty Free   ME Smooth – Vegan/Cruelty/Gluten Free   Murad -  (PETA)   Nails Inc – Cruelty Free   NARS – Cruelty Free   NUDE – Cruelty/Gluten Free   Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics –  (PETA)   Ole Henriksen – Vegan/Cruelty/Gluten Free   Omorovicza – Cruelty Free Perfect   Formula X – Cruelty/Gluten Free   Pantone -   Ren –  (PETA) “We do not test any of our products on animals. Our products are not tested on our behalf by any third party. The only animal products we use are honey and beeswax in the Lip Honey.”   Rosebud – “There are no animal by-products in any of the salves or lip balms. Beeswax is contained in Brambleberry Rose Lip Balm, Strawberry Lip Balm, and Mocha Rose Lip Balm, however, NO beeswax is contained in Rosebud Salve, Minted Rose Lip Balm, or Menthol and Eucalyptus Balm”   Smashbox -  (PETA)   Tarte -  (PETA)   Tata Harper –  (LB, PETA)   TanTowel -  (PETA)   The New Black – Vegan/Cruelty/Gluten Free   Too Faced Cosmetics -  (PETA)   Urban Decay -   (PETA, LB)   Wen -  - (LB)   We will be updating this list as necessary, since we are constantly adding and removing products on our site. If you have any questions regarding brands listed above, please contact them directly as they may reformulate products and change manufacturers   xo, Mia & the rest of the Mods
So most of you have probably seen the thread about Benefit reviewing there own product with 5 stars. That got me thinking about some reviewing habits I hate.   1. Rating something poorly because the shopper bought the wrong color.  This is my #1 annoyance because I see it so often. They'll have no complaints about the product, might even love how it works, but they'll give it a 2 star review because the shade doesn't flatter them.  If a foundation oxidizes really orange, or if the pigmentation of a product is terrible, by all means, give it a bad review. But when you buy a foundation without testing it first, or realize the shade of lipstick you bought isn't as flattering as you first thought, don't blame the product.   2. Rating something badly when the shopper knowingly used it wrong. You know how a lot of people like to multipurpose makeup, or store it in odd ways? It's great when it works, often resulting in fun looks for the home and for the face.  Thing is, some products aren't made to work two jobs. You might have the best lipstick in the world, but it sucks as a cheek stain. Why? Because it's a lipstick and was designed to go on your lips, not your face. Unless you bought one of those products made to multitask, don't give bad reviews because you used a product for an unintended purpose. Same goes for storage. Don't complain that a mascara dries out quickly if you say you've got a habit of leaving the tube open for days on end.   3. Unrealistic expectations for price/quality range This one can be hard to judge, both as a review reader and writer, which is why it's last on my list. Some people get angry when a $5 product doesn't work as well as a $50 product that they're used to. The product might work great for it's price, but you'd never know that from reading the review. Likewise, some people might be over enthused by $50 product that works better than the $5 product they're used to. The $50 product might be terrible for it's price, but the reviewer doesn't realize it because the product is still better than what they're used to. From what they write it might be the best product in the world, when really it' s a waste of money.     If you guys can't tell, I've also just sorted through a bunch of poorly done reviews while trying to research products, so I needed a little venting haha. Does anyone else have any major review annoyances? 
Today I noticed two products where it is actually cheaper to buy the smaller product size than the larger version. Normally the more you buy the more you save, but I wonder if I am missing something? ( Canadian Prices ) Is this to get rid of old packaging or is it simply the way they are priced?   1st is Fab Radiance Pads. • 28 for $14 = $0.50/pad • 60 for $37 = $0.61/pad   2nd is Miracle Worker by Philosophy • 0.5 oz for $5 = $10/ounce • 2.0 oz for $74 = $37/ounce
Hey guy's! Do you think either 1 of these would be safe for me to use at night being I am using the Clinique Redness Line know?   I was thinking on rotating this w/ the Redness Solutions Moisturizer at night b/c I have to treat wrinkles too (sad eye's, lol).   I used to use the Turnaround Radiance for years, but when I ran out I got the NUDE sleeping mask. Friend to avoid triggers but still treat lines, wrinkles, scars, and get some good yet gentle skin cell turnover going on here .   Which do you guy's think would be best / & or do u think it would be cool at all being I am using the redness line?   Thanks!
Ive been eyeing the korres greek yoghurt line for my very sensitive acne prone skin. I saw the 3 in 1 cleansing and toning wash and then there is a travel set which comes with the creamy face wash. However, I dont see a full size  creamy face wash listed anywhere as a full size. Is the creamy wash the same thing as the 3 in 1 cleansing and toning wash? Im trying to figure out whether to get the trial set or to go with the full sizes seperately. Thanks for the help!
Are these good ingredients for a Night Cream for Dry & can be Sensitive Skin? -Seaweed Night Cream (Mario B.) : Deionized Water, Bladderwrack Extract, Polyglycerylmethacrylate, Stearic Acid, Isopropyl Myristate, Cetyl Alcohol, Glycerin, Hydrolyzed Elastin, Hyaluronic Acid, Collagen, Propylparaben, Triethanolamine, Methylparaben, Benzoic Acid, Imidazolidinyl Urea   * I was gonna buy the toner from this line (Mario / Seaweed) but didn't b/c I wasn't familiar w/ the Bladderwrack. Bet I'm missing out but I'm not familiar w/ the brand in general! I did see that it has urea in it as well & that is supposed to be a plus, right!    Thanks In Advance for your help! BTW, I use the NUDE SKIN sleeping mask but not every night & was wanting something for in between. I was using Clinique's Turn Around night cream but have been out for a/b a month + & wanted to maybe try this (It got good ratings & sounds awesome).  
Use them?  Burn them?  Gift them?  Return them? I tend to try to force myself to use up products that just don't work for me, whether it's a bad lip shade, a sad tube of mascara, or even a foil I just don't like.  I was thinking the other day that I should probably learn to toss things and move on, since I have plenty of things around that I love and should get my attention! How do you handle it when you try a product and you aren't impressed?  Does it vary based on where you bought it or how much you paid?  I'd love to see how others think about this!
I's my first time on here and I'm wondering if any of you can help me choose a skin care gift set for my mom.She is looking for something that will reaffirm her skin. What do you guys recommend?  
anyone see these yet?  I wonder how much they will cost!    
I got a sample of the Benefit Watt's Up highlighter and I don't know how to use it. I would dot it in place that I wanted highlighted and blend it out but how would I use it without disturbing the face makeup I already have on? 
Dermalogica's Power-Bright is quickly becoming my skin's new best friend. Would love if I could buy it at Sephora!
For almost a year I've been using Korres Wild Rose + Vitamin C Advanced Brightening Sleeping Facial and it's been doing the job of keeping my skin radiant while brightening up some of the small acne marks that occur.  But I'm looking for something a little more potent and effective in giving me more even toned skin.  Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.  I have oily, acne prone skin.   Thanks so much! Tamara
There were a few times where I was shopping in a Sephora and noticed that the in-store prices on some products did not reflect the online prices. This seemed particularly wrong to me, as people who are shopping online were unknowingly paying more for their product, and vice versa. I don't know if this ever happened in the States, but I'm sure it has.    I've gotten a mod to help me with the price adjustments on a few products already, but I thought it'd be great if everybody out there keeps an eye out for price discrepancies, and posts them here in the hopes of getting a mod to look into it for us.
I received a sample in my recent order of jurlique purely bright radiance serum , and i loved it. I went to look for this online to purchase the full size and i can't seem to find it. I only see jurlique purely bright treatment serum,  is this the same serum or is the radiance serum just out of stock?   Thanks so much!
Sephora - I would love to see a CC cream sampler - deluxe sized samples. So far I have tried the Smashbox and Clinique CCs but would love to try more!
Sigma Round Top Brush
I have tried a beauty blender and it seems to "clog" the pores of the blender and it isn't working as well. can anyone suggest a brush for this foundation?
Of course not everything can be reused and we tend to keep it because we love the way it looks. But there's things like creams, or other bottles you can easily refill that we can put something in.    For example, I love the little Benefit skin care packaging. I kept the Benefit Moisturizing cream jar for the longest time, the other day I bought a moisturizing gel from clean and clear that smells divine and today I got the idea of squeezing that one out of the tube and into my benefit jar.    In a way, you get the sense that you actually rebought this item without much of the cost and stuff, filling that need to want to go buy more high end products.    This is a tactic that I'm using to fill my impulse to want to buy a lot of high end things (especially after this sale event we just passed!)   Have you guys ever done something like this? If so, with what? And now that I look at it, this clean and clear gel could totally pass for a benefit product! lol
They are now available for purchase for rouge members.  I didn't know they would come up with 2 different palettes and it took me completely by surprise. my wallet was not prepared for this! I am so weak to my Vices.   If you could get only one vice palette this year, which one would you choose?
Hi beauties!! I wanted to see how ya'll feel about products with parabens. There has been a lot of controversy with parabens stating that they may be related to causing cancer and as well as accelerating aging effects on face products. I try not to use products with parabens but I have noticed that some huge brands like Nars and Benefit have products with parabens.    Do you believe the paraben hype and steer clear of these products or trust the top brands?   
I found myself really wanting the Nest fragrance rollerball trio after they went OOS lol... Anybody wants to do a trade? I can trade with any of the following: Bite  Lush Lip Trio, Origins Task Maskers, or Clean Rollerball Trio. We can just ship each other the items we choose to trade. Just need one set of Nest so will take the first person who message me. Thanks and hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving and Black Friday!
I know it's a limited edition item, but I've been on the email notification list for ages and I haven't gotten an email saying it's been permanently discontinued yet. Does anyone know if there will be another shipment or is it done for good?