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The Face Shop Herb Day Cleansing Wipes

The Face Shop Herb Day Cleansing Wipes is my new favorite! I got these during my recent trip to NYC. My sister wanted to go to a bookstore which happened to be in the same building as the store named The Face Shop. I haven’t heard that name before, but I was curious since Korean-brand cosmetics have good reputations in the market. Of course, I had to opt for the skincare products. I bought the travel size (20 wipes) since I was a little skeptical about them. Man, was I wrong! I should’ve bought the bulk wipes (70 wipes), and I did (even if I had to wait 2 weeks since I bought it on eBay, but it was worth it!). The wipes smell really good; they have this herbal scent which is calming in my opinion. I really enjoy using these. I think they remove make-up very well, and I don’t feel the need to wash my face after, but I still do (just in case). The wipe itself does not have any greasy feeling, and it doesn’t leave your face oily residues after you use it. It really is a great facial wipe. Unfortunately, it is not available everywhere. You could try to find it on eBay, or go to www.thefaceshop.com to find a retail store near you. Most The Face Shop stores in the US are located in CA. I think I will continue to purchase these wipes over and over again.

Fashiometric: 10/10

Ingredients

The Face Shop Herb Day Cleansing Wipes

The Face Shop Herb Day Cleansing Wipes are available at The Face Shop stores and eBay.com, $3.00 (20 sheets) and $9.00 (70 sheets) — prices may vary by location.

Disclaimer: All product/s were purchased by me.

My First Inglot Freedom Palette :)

I know — it’s been a while! I’m sorry, but I’m back with a long overdue review of my Inglot palette! If you’re not familiar with Inglot, go check out their website: www.inglotcosmetics.com. I bought this palette while I was in Miami. Personally, I think it’s cheaper to buy these in person rather than online. I paid $50.00 for the whole palette + 6% FL tax.

Now onto the review: I really love love love these eye shadows. Since they are very pigmented, a little goes a long way. I don’t have anything bad to say about these eye shadows. You might probably ask how are they compared to MAC eye shadows. Well, I can honestly say that these Inglot eye shadows kick ass. Sorry for the foul language; I had to say it. MAC eye shadows has 1.5 grams while the Inglot square eye shadows has 2.7 grams. Talk about dirt cheap! You can buy them online for $5.00 each, while MAC eye shadows are $11.00 if bought in a pan, but $14.50 in pots. The only downside I see is if you decide to purchase this in person, you’ll have to fill in all the wells in the palette, but not to worry — these comes in 2, 3, 5 and 10 palettes. I heard that Inglot will release a 20-palette. I’m not sure if they already did, but it’s already up on their website so I’m guessing it is now available. One last tip when using these eye shadows: you HAVE TO HAVE a primer. You will experience fall out, so I strongly recommend using a very good primer.

Fashiometric: 10/10

Now, I’m going to leave the judging with you. :)

My First Inglot Freedom Palette :)

Top L-R: Matte 328, D.S. 465, Pearl 419; Bottom L-R: Pearl 418, Pearl 414, Pearl 413

Top L-R: Pearl 419, Pearl 430, D.S. 474; Bottom L-R: Pearl 413, Matte 338, D.S. 483

L-R: Matte 328, D.S. 465, Pearl 419, Pearl 430, D.S. 474

L-R: Pearl 418, Pearl 414, Pearl 413, Matte 338, D.S. 483

If you have any questions, please leave a comment below. :) I hope you enjoy this post.

Inglot Freedom 10 Palettes are available at Inglot stores and http://www.inglotusa.com — $50.00, prices may vary.

Disclaimer: All product/s were purchased by me.

This is a long review since it features 4 different products.

Reminder: This review is based on my own experience with these products. I do not guarantee that these will work for you. This review is just a guide for you if you’re contemplating on whether to buy these products or not.

Formula 10.0.6 L-R: Best Face Forward Cleanser, So Totally Clean Toner, Seriously Shine Free Mattifying Moisturizer, Deep Down Detox Mud Mask

This is a review of 4 of the Formula 10.0.6 skin care products. These are available at Ulta and Ulta.com. I will make a rundown of all four products I have. But before anything else, I want to give you an overview about Formula 10.0.6.

Formula 10.0.6 excels at perfecting troublesome young skin with ingredients that work. Created by a chemist in 1933, the current range now includes skin care products specifically designed to promote clear, healthy skin.

First Look: I haven’t really heard anything about these products prior to purchasing them. I was intrigued because of the sleek and clean packaging. What can I say? I’m a sucker for cute packaging. I also noticed that these products have some natural ingredients such as passion fruit, green tea, bamboo, cucumber, etc. I have tested all these for a good month just to make sure these products works for me.

My Skin Type: I have a combination/dry skin; I occasionally break out especially when it’s that time of the month. I have some scarring and some redness on my cheeks and around my nose. I also have some blackheads on my nose, I have white heads that pop out quite often, and my pores are neither too large nor noticeable but there are some on my cheeks.

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