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11-01-2004
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I agree with the god awful great lash. Versace bronzing powder made me glow orange! yuck

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12-01-2004
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orange?
So THAT'S what Donatella uses

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12-01-2004
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Electric orange. i felt like the 5th tellitubbi

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20-01-2004
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I love...

MAC clear lip gloss.
MAC Mascara X
Clinique tenderheart gloss... looks good on everyone i think.
Shu Uemura Loose Powder
Shu Uemura Water in cake foundation

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20-01-2004
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BeneTint.

I can't get this stuff to to work for me anywhere. On my lips it just looks like I was sucking on a red popsicle and as a blush, forget about it! It looks like somebody smacked me in the face. Even the tiniest little dot of it turns into horrible, Raggedy Annie cheek blotches. I look like a cockatiel with that stuff on me. No love!

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21-01-2004
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Mac lip glass! It looks great but after you take it off my lips get SO DRY
Even primer wont help

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28-01-2004
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Ditto for the BeneTint. I look like I have rosacea.

And Chanel nude lipliner, way too dark for me.

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28-01-2004
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i dont get what all the rant about neutrogena products is all about

practically all of the skincare line dries out your face.......and the moisturisers are just non good

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28-01-2004
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anything thats too flashy and too new....

i always doubt those

i rather stick to what mummy used in her younger days as well

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28-01-2004
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Originally posted by Acid@Jan 28th, 2004 - 7:12 pm
i dont get what all the rant about neutrogena products is all about

practically all of the skincare line dries out your face.......and the moisturisers are just non good
I had oily skin and Neutrogena was great. I only used the mild one though.

I would also like to add Cetaphil - DOES NOTHING.

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21-01-2005
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Ditto on the Great Lash. It runs like crazy!

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totally ditto on the Benetint
a Benefit MUA rubbed it on my cheeks
and i looked so horrible
that she scuttled away in embarassment!

i had to run over to a MAC counter
get the crud off
and cover it up w/ foundation.

blech Benetint!

others include:
- Neutrogena - nothing agrees with me
- Chanel perfumes - cannot stand one single Chanel fragrance
- that Rosebud salve thingy - not necessarily the product - just the packaging - cannot bear to dip my tips in lipbalm and rub on my lips. ugh!
- Fructis - absolutely horrid crap

oh there's more....
i've listed some in the Anti-Brand thread.

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for benetint, i think it totally depends on your skin type and color...pale people CANNOT use this product, 3 drops and they look splotchy. My skin is more of a yellow beige warmish color, and i need like 9 drops before any color shows...its one of my favorites!
i dont like great lash either! clumpy and smells bad.

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maybe Benetint works best for medium tone skins...
as it was still horrid on me, even though i'm very dark (MAC NC45)

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Plumour
Chanel Double Pefection Compact
---really the worst powder I've had ever it does NOT blend with the skin at all, looks way too powdery on even a tiny little bit is applied, do I have chalks on my face or what?! color selection is lacking, the lightest shade "Vanilla" is the closest to my skin tone among all others but still looks weird when I have it on, my face seems totally lifeless. I thought I was looking at a strange ghost and I wanted to cry and it also broke me out, which never happened from any powder I've used in my life! ok I've said enough

can't think of more products for now

I Totally agree with you! this product was the shittiest makeup I'v ever used! it was supposed to be 'weightless' but it looked cakey.

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