I love seeing other peoples empties! So I decided to make a board where people could post pictures of their empties, or just tell us about them! I'd also be interested in knowing whether you're repurchasing anything or not.
It took me a while to figure that out. After having it crease 90% of the time when I applied the shadows within two minutes of application, I now have about a 90% success rate of no creasing if I wait over five minutes from applying it and waiting for shadows. The amount makes a difference, too. Applying too little obviously does not work well but surprisingly, you can also apply too much. Whenever I apply a lot (which I have the tendency to do with everything), I get creasing as well. The trick is to do one tiny squirt (that is enough) and wait five or more minutes after application to start shadows.
That is why I will never buy it though. My NARS rarely creases no matter how I apply it. If you have samples though, this technique is a good way to put them to use.
Urban Decay, you are so high maintenance
I've moved over to my sample of NARS, and I'm still having the creasing issue, so I think I'll take this technique and try it out. Thanks for the tips!
It was an exfoliating mask. I wasn't impressed much, it was very very gentle, and I didn't feel much results. it might be a good product for a sensitive skin, though, but not for mine. I like Exfolikate better.
Thanks for letting me know. I only use one June Jacobs product so far (the foot cream), but I really like it.
I love Exfolikate. The only one I like when I refuse to splurge on Exfolikate is the one from Benefit. I get rashes from so many and find the others ineffective. I think I remember you writing that you were not a Benefit fan though.
I keep getting samples of their skincare (and other than the exfoliant that I surprisingly bought without ever sampling, I have yet to try any of it. Glad to read you like it. I will eventually give it a try.
i came, i saw, i used!!!
- glysomed hand cream
- MUFE lift concealer
- anastasia brow whiz
- bb solid cleanser
- vaseline problem skin therapy moisturizer
- algenist gentle rejuvenating cleanser
- algenist eye balm
- soft soap - body butter coconut scrub
- vaseline extra strength moisturizer
- jergins vitamin e moisturizer
- vichy hand cream
- biotherm intensive repair lotion
- stila convertible eye colour
- ole henrikson truth is in the eyes
- algenist firming and lifting lotion
- origins plantscription
- lancome bi-facial
- shu uemua skin purifier
- too faced chocolate soleil
- algenist overnight restorative cream
- ud primer potion
- nexxus rejuvenating elixir
- lancome hypnose mascara
- derma dr kp drying lotion
- lancome visionnaire 1 minute blur
- algenist genius
- dior dream skin
- dr brant pores no more primer
- amore pacific rejuvenating cream
- algenist multi perfecting pore corrector concentrate
- ysl touche eclat
- dr brant pores no more vacuum cleaner
- origins gin zing eye cream
- amore pacific age defence pore corrector gel moisturizer
- caudalie lacreme
- belvada blackhead facial mask
- korres anti anging primer
- fab ultra repair cream
- boscia hydration gel
- MUFE hd primer
- benefit stay flawless primer
BiFacial is fantastic. I like that you only had one no from everything you tried. I know your skin color is not much darker than mine. How are you applying the chocolate soliel? I used it (again) for the first time the other day. I am liking it more than before but thinking I will concentrate it on certain areas and use a lighter bronzer in others.
Thanks. I am thinking of using it for the hollows of my cheeks and sides of my nose but trying a lighter color for my three and E. I will keep practicing applying it with a lighter hand and blending more.