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Tuesday 6 March 2018


Sometimes we all buy products from which we are not satisfied and disappoint of our expectations or promises of the manufacturer. 
Today I would like to say a few words about such cosmetics. 
I will be a little bit grumble again😝

Real Techniques Foundation Brush

Real Techniques  Brush

I bought this brush when the RT brand was a very popular in the hope that it will be a great for apply the foundation. It cost around £15 a lot for a single brush but I thought that  seeing that is the original it must be worth it. Unfortunately, it turned out to be a total flop, the foundation is put very patchy, creates streaks and its application lasts for centuries.I tried to use it for contouring, highlighter but unfortunately for this purpose also couldn't cope. I gave him a chance several times, but I don't see any destination for him, so this is definitely a costly mistake.

Avon Smudge Brush
Avon Brush

I truly hate this brush! It's made of synthetic bristles, which is of very poor quality and the application of eye shadows with it's help is pure torment. According to the manufacturer it should be the perfect brush for lightly smudge the eyeshadows by using the second tip which is like a sponge but the problem is that it's unmercifully hard. Rubbing the eyelid we feel huge discomfort and irritation. I don't recommend!

Origins Dr. Andrew Weil For Origins Mega-Mushroom Micellar Cleanser
Origins  Micellar Cleanser

I got this cosmetic for free when I bought products of this brand and to be honest is so-so. Definitely not worth spending £28.00 because doesn't do nothing. It has a strange herbal fragrance that is not very pleasant for the nose. After its application I didn't feel that my skin was cleansed or refreshed, it just didn't do anything. Definitely buy much cheaper drugstore micellar water and spend this money on something nice.

Fitokosmetic Clays
Fitokosmetic red Clay

I bought these clays because in the assortment of the store there were no my favorites from Fitomed. They are in the form of a very finely ground powder which is easily mixed with water or oils. First of all, why I can't stand them is the packaging from which everything spills out and a mess is created. The second thing is the treatment, after the clays from Fitomed I see an immediate difference in the condition of the skin here, however none. I have heard a lot about the fact that Russian clays are the best while those are very poor in quality. They were cheap because they cost £2 but it's better to add money and have a decent cosmetic that will do wonders.

Maybe you used one of the mentioned cosmetics? 
If yes, please write me down below what do you think about them⁇ 

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