This product is one of those products I didn’t buy but got as an extra product in one of my orders from Beautynetkorea. It is not the first eyebrow pencil I go for, but it is definitely nothing wrong with it.
The color I got is towards reddish brown, and that is not very common in Korean eye brow pencils so that was nice to see. The packaging is nice, and is what to be expected, you simply twist the product out and apply as you normally would with a pencil.
I really like this palette a lot. It is a palette with 12 matte eyeshadows and they are perfect for everyday usage.
The shadows are pigmented, but not too pigmented, so this will suit people who aren’t amazingly great in applying eyeshadow as well. The shadows are buildable and doesn’t leave much fallout.
They are a little powdery so they might give you some fallout if you don’t tap your brush before applying.
This is the first Korean mascara I have tried and this one was really cheap so I thought I give it a try.
This mascara doesn’t clump, which is a big hurray. It also is really black in application. It is easy to build layers with it, but I tend to use one or two layers the most, since I am looking for a natural result in all of my makeup. If I go out, I might add some false lashes instead, to get a fuller effect. I simply can’t stand eyelashes that clump together, and I really think it looks awful and unnatural.
This is my favorite liner of all time, I have tried a few and I always come back to this one. I often use eyeliner as tight lining (to make my lashes look fuller) and as a thin line on my eyelid. I have hooded eyes (which mean that I have skin falling down on my eyes) so if I use to heavy eyeliner. The only thing you see is a line, which is not what I prefer.