This lotion was one of the first Asian beauty products I ever bought, and I haven’t regretted that for one second. I bought it just because it was such a hyped product so I felt that it just couldn’t go wrong. Before I changed my routine into Korean, and layering products, I had such big problems with my skin, you can read about that here.
When first testing it out I felt that it was a little slimy in consistency but hey, snail slime is great so…let’s test it out. It’s clear in color and just a little thicker than water.
I am totally amazed that there are so many who use these words wrong and don’t seem to know the difference between a fake and a dupe. Maybe I am living in a bubble here. Usually the problem doesn’t seem to occur in the blog world but more in the world of YouTube.
So let’s clear it out shall we.
First of all, I will just say that I am not judging anyone for buying fakes, I totally get why people do it. The prizing on some beauty products is ridiculous. My goal with this post is to simply clear the words out and stop anyone from getting fooled to buy stuff they think is legit. And also to know the problems that could occur.
It is a palette with 12 matte shades and you get a lot of shadows for the money. I really like the range of shades.The packaging is a simple plastic palette with a large mirror, it comes with a sponge applicator but I am not a fan of those, so that one is going in the garbage.
The palette is perfect for everyday use and I am completely in love with it.. Who can complain that it is super cheap as well?