These products have all found their way into my garbage can this week.
My vote for the most horrid mascara of all time (in case you can’t tell, it’s by Revlon). Not only is is clumpy and globby, but imagine applying your mascara with a twig. Or with a mascara brush that your dog has chewed on for a while. (It looks nothing like the picture above.) That’s the “revolutionary” technology of this mascara brush. (Let’s pause here to consider the overuse of the word “revolutionary” in regard to cosmetics. Is the new 12-hour lipstick actually going to cause a bloody uprising? Let’s hope not.) This mascara sounds so promising. But don’t let it fool you.
Who doesn’t want gooey armpits that have to be blowdried before you can get dressed? You might as well slather your underarms with K-Y jelly. Unfortunately for me I accidently bought a whole year’s worth of this stuff. (I was confused! I was at Wal Mart and you know how upsetting I find that place. I couldn’t think straight and loaded my cart with the wrong deodorant.)
I so wanted to love this hairspray. Despite its ultra-cheesy bottle, it’s supposed to be the greatest ever and you could only buy it in Europe for the longest time. But leave it to the fabulous people at Target to start carrying it in their stores.
Does it work well? I couldn’t care less. The stench of this was overpowering. Imagine the strongest most old-lady-hairspray smell you can, and you are starting to get the picture. The stink doesn’t go away, either. All day long I kept getting whiffs and I’d freeze and think, “what is that horrible smell?” Then I’d realize it was my hair. Thank goodness I only bought a travel-size bottle. Maybe I’ll try this again if an unscented version comes out.
I’m not a total pessimist. Next week I’l show you some products that I love.