I normally prefer my makeup with a pump because it keeps bacteria from your skin from getting in the makeup. However, I've had nothing but problems with this product. The pump constantly plugs up and instead of gently coming out it literally shoots out and all over everything. I can't tell you how many times I've been dressed up to go out the door and had to change because of the projectile pump on this thing. I finally just threw it away.
I love L'Oreal Cashmere Foundation. It has excellent coverage and has real staying power, so there is no need for touch ups. I am very disappointed and angry that this product has been discontinued. I tried to contact customer service and that is impossible. Please, Bring It Back!
LOS ANGELES -- I bought the "HIP" eyeliner two weeks ago. I thought it would be a great product because it's supposed to be hypoallergenic and it's pretty pricey, but it being hypoallergenic is far from the truth. After wearing it the first time, my eyes turned blood shot red and I was seeing blurry. I went to the hospital and the doctors weren't sure what to say. They thought I had an eye infection and I thought “Maybe I do” I wasn't sure.
At first I didn't make the connection. I was given antibiotic drops for my eyes for five days. I used them and my eyes cleared up. Two days later, I went to my friend's wedding and used the same eyeliner and by the time I got to the reception my eyes were once again blood shot red and I was seeing blurry again. I finally made the connection- I didn't have an eye infection, this product is causing me harm. WHAT DO THEY PUT IN THIS DAMN eyeliner?
BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA -- Oh my gosh, am I ecstatic about finding this 'new' foundation make-up. Never in my life would I have ever thought of putting on a foundation with a brush. This 'new' mousse type foundation is terrific. It make your skin look natural, even if you don't get the correct color. It even lasts longer than any other make-up and I have been a Mary Kay user for many years. This foundation does exactly what the box says it will do.
If you want to try any foundation, this is highly recommended for that 'aging' skin. I am so glad I found it. And the price, I paid $16.95 a package in a California Rite-Aid. A little steep I think, but well worth it. Kudos to the developer(s).
NEW YORK, NEW YORK -- After more than 20 satisfied years of buying L'Oreal products, I can't believe their fraudulent advertising for a lipstick that not only doesn't have true color, but that clumps up and fades in under 10 minutes!! They promote this as a "long lasting," "never fail" lip product, plus look at the name "Infallible."
I just splurged and spent the $13 on it, went to the post office, applied it, was disappointed in the paleness of the color, applied the top coat as recommended and by the time I walked out, I checked again in the mirror and my lips looked as though I hadn't applied lipstick since last night. I then applied my old $4 tube and it stayed on till I got home to write this review. I will NEVER buy a make up product of their again!
WISCONSIN -- This company among many other manufacturers have taken upon themselves to put the Spanish language on their packaging. This is still the United States of America and not the United States of Mexico. Do not tell me this is the request of the government or the Spanish speaking people. It is just greed by your company. Removed the foreign language from the products in this country. We still have English as our primary language and don't want another language printed on labels. You cannot contact the company directly. I wonder why?