I’ve been messing with the Troy Surrat Surreal Foundation for about a week, and I am so frustrated. This foundation is good… no, excellent. It really is. It imitates skin without any weight, and goes from sheer to medium (not full. NOT full) effortlessly. A blemish-free canvas is key for
Prettypackages, this is for you: I LOVE THIS PALETTE. The warmth of these colors is such a nice contrast to the cool palette (which is my least favorite from Viseart), and even better than the neutral one (my former go-to). The colors work perfectly with my warm skin tone, and
I’ve been drowning in foundation lately (a favorites post is coming), and recently acquired Guerlain’s Parure de Lumiere. The formula is supposed to be super light (it’s not) with sheer luminous coverage (no). It’s not completely weightless, but you can feel it going on, and adherence is an issue before
There is an ENTIRE POST dedicated to my thoughts on the newest offering from Pat McGrath, but photobucket is showing IT’S WHOLE ENTIRE ASS and not working right now… and I’m mostly mad that I’m surprised. That service is so wack. There is always something wrong with the site. Always.
I decided to end the week on a sparkling high note, with that trifling ass Natasha Denona Star Palette. The more I mess with it the more I want her to issue apologies and refunds. These crystal things are just unacceptable. In order to make this horseshit work, you HAVE
No. Not for $169. Maybe for $65. Okay, $85. But really, definitely NOT for $169. Let’s start with the good. The palette is a decent size. It doesn’t hold a candle to her massive $239 offering, but it’s a good size. The pans are a good size… a little smaller