L’Oreal Hydrafresh Toner ($6.99) Let the beta-hydroxy of this gentle Hydra Fresh Toner sweep away dull, tired skin. It softens and refreshes your skin for a smoother and brighter complexion. Formula is dermatologist tested and 99% alcohol-free.
I really like the L’Oreal Hydrafresh Toner. It leaves my face feeling refreshed and moisturized. I also like that it doesn’t leave back any residue and is very gentle. It also doesn’t dry out your skin or leave it feeling tight. The toner does an awesome job of removing dirt and makeup and smells good. I would have to say this is one of my favorite toners I have ever used. Also, it cost a fraction of the price of high end brand toners and works better too! I highly recommend this to everybody who is looking for a gentle toner.
Lamisilk Intensive Foot Therapy Repair Complex ($13.99 for pack of 2)
I’m not sure if this is still sold or not. If not, I’m positive Lamisilk makes a different version of the Lamisilk Intensive Foot Therapy Repair Complex. This is by far the best and most favorite foot moisturizing product I have ever tried. I wear flip flops almost all year round, and I need my feet to be looking their best. Lamisilk Intensive Foot Therapy Repair Complex is a serum that works quickly and doesn’t leave your skin feeling or looking greasy. It is also very light weight and has no unpleasant fragrance. After one use, you can see and feel a difference. My feet felt so soft and smooth! I’ve tried a lot of different foot creams and nothing has come close to working as well as Lamisilk’s. If you can find it, I say stock up.
If you remembered from my last Soy Fashion post, Soy Fashion is an online boutique based out of Southern California. They sell trendy Asian clothing, jewelry, accessories, and beauty products.
Soy Fashion sponsored a few BB Creams for me to try out and review and gave me a coupon code to share with with you guys!
Coupon code: AudreyDao for 10% off your entire purchase!
Check out the reviews for the different BB Creams Soy Fashion sponsored! *picture heavy*
L’Oreal HIP Shadow Duo ($7.99)
To read about the overall performance of the L’Oreal HIP Shadow Duos, read my review here.
This review is for the following shades: Charisma 518, Poppy 807, Foxy 808, and Mischief 908.
Charisma 518 -a pinky purple and grape purple. The pinky purple looks very pretty in the pan, but barely shows up on my skin. You really have to layer it on for the shade to be visible. The grape purple is very pigmented, but it doesn’t show up as bold as it is in the pan.
Poppy 807 -a matte golden mustard yellow and matte brown. I’m not a fan of these shades. I feel something is missing. I know they are matte shades, but I just feel it needs something to make them pop and more noticeable.
Foxy 808 -a shimmery soft pink and matte dark brown. I love the shimmery pink shade. Even though it doesn’t really show up, it gives off a pretty romantic vibe. It’s a great highlight shade. I wish the brown wasn’t so dark. It would’ve been the perfect duo if the brown was a bit lighter.
Mischief 908 - a shimmery golden champagne and matte dark greyish blue. I love this duo. I use the shimmery golden champagne shade as a highlight and the dark greyish blue for a smokey eye effect. The greyish blue shade is so dark it’s almost black.
Check out photos and swatches of L’Oreal HIP Shadow Duo in Charisma 518, Poppy 807, Foxy 808, and Mischief 908!