I don’t have dry skin, usually it’s pretty soft, supple and I only get spots near and during my time of month. But when I used this my skin became very dry and sensitive. I’m not even sure if this is good for oily skin types - I would steer clear just in case. Was not hydrating at all.
Maybe I just use shite mascaras but I’m pretty sure the one I currently use is extremely waterproof, and this product is so far the only thing that removes every last trace of it. Sure, it’s a bit oily, but I don’t have a problem with it because my routine involves micellar water immediately afterwards, then face wash, toner, eye gel, serum and moisturiser. I don’t keep my eye makeup remover on my eyes for long. Also this isn’t marketed for the rest of the face so it probably wouldn’t be suitable to be used to remove face makeup.
I'm lucky to have silky, smooth hair, at least at the top 3/4 anyway. The rest is somewhat bleach-damaged and easily tangled. I used this spray to protect my hair when I blow dried it, after using a nice leave-in conditioner beforehand. After blow drying my hair felt a bit like straw or even a bit tacky and not at all its usual silky texture. Usually that texture is just at my ends. I've since bought a new spray which is so much better. I gave 3 stars because I'm sure it protected my hair against the heat, but I can't really be sure because I haven't recently heat styled my hair.
Does what it says on the tin - truly an intensive lip moisturiser. Some reviews claim about the taste but you're not supposed to lick your lips otherwise the moisturising effect is lost - you lick away all the moisture. I can avoid tasting it accidentally because I use it as a base for lipstick and also before I go to bed.
Pictured is a palette that I don't own, but I have the Sleek Ultra Mattes Dark Palette. Its shades are: deep violet, deep plum, forest green, white, "Flesh" (a soft orangey colour), "Dune" (a yellow-ochre shade), teal, deep brown, medium grey and black. The lighter colours do not show up very well, but the darker colours are much more pigmented. I love to use it for when I want to be colourful but in a subtle, classy way.
I'm not big on contouring - do not have the time for that. This little compact is great for if you want just an extra subtle amount of face shaping for a tenth of the time. The brown is a warm shade so it's not for everyone. The highlighter is a lovely pale shimmery white-ish pearl colour. Doesn't blend amazingly though.