Though as with all natural sort of shampoos can be a bit drying. This shampoo is great, the texture is a bit weird (very runny) and it doesn't really lather. Very expensive for the amount. Since it doesn't really spread on the hair/lather I feel like I need to use quite a lot. :(
This eyeshadow is gorgeous. It's a purple-taupe shimmery color, nicely pigmented. (the shimmers are quite fine)
I really like real techniques brushes, they are soft, high quality and affordable. A great line by a great make up artist. :) The blush brush is super unique - the build of it is very distinctive. It's somewhat a tapered/round head brush so that the application is make by the very tip of the brush and the gradual bristles around it blend the product. Very nice, love it. Would have to state here that due to it's functionality I think it's a biiiit bigger than it should be. Or maybe it's just me liking precise blush application. I use it for my bronzer mostly, it's soft as hell and buffs it amazingly. I'd actually love to see a smaller version of this brush, something on the lines of the contouring brush but a tiny bit bigger.
Performs great, very convenient, great price!
The bdellium synthetic blending brush is better than the natural fibers one in my opinion, it's softer. Only "problem" is the shape is a bit less tapered comparing to the natural one.
I use it for my mineral foundation, works amazing buffing it on. It's soft and dense.
I always use it on irritated skin, especially for razor bumps and I find it helps a lot in soothing and healing the skin.
The smell is a bit strong (lavender) but it is very good and works well.
I use it mostly for deep conditioning, I just put it on my hair before showering/shampooing and leave it in for a couple of hours. I think it's a bit heavy to use all over the hair regularly as a conditioner.
I don't like it for undereye concealing, it's a little harsh and point but it's perfect for using cream concealer for point concealing around the face.