Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Review: Ruby Kisses

I have been so blessed to recieve some amazing products from my fairy-godmother on FB. She is apart of a makeup group that I am in and I wanna personally tell her thank you again... (Thanks Donna)
For awhile now I have been using alot of Ruby Kisses products on clients, myself etc but was not able to access the foundation and powders. Now that I have them lets talk:

I love the Ruby Kisses gel liners. I mean I know alot of woman who are just starting out in the makeup field that cant afford the M.A.C Blacktrack fluidline. This is a great dupe and it dries down quickly. If you wanna use these as a base for a smokey eye make sure that you move quickly because one they dry down thats it.

The 3D Face Creators are very creamy and blends very well. I actually use Number 9 for my brows (the lighter side) and it turned out great. Did I use it all over the face? Umm...NO! I have heard so many horror stories on this foundation that I am actually scared to do so. I did use it  as a highlighter in my M.A.C Cinderfella post (please check it out). So, I dont wanna say that it is a bad product. I just haven't tested it that far yet.

The Ruby Kisses banana powder is a ok powder and let me explain why? First off I am not really a fan of the loose powders because one they are a mess to work with. Two, they do creep into fine lines and thats not flattering on a mature client. Three not all loose powders photograph well. What looks good in a cellphone or tablet camera does not look good with HD (NIkon, Sony etc) cameras. So, to my inspiring makeup artist becareful with loose powders.

I hope this post was helpful to those who where interested in Ruby Kisses products. Please share with me what some of your favorite products from Ruby Kisses are below in the comment section.

Xoxo, Tianna

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1 comment :

  1. I want to join the make up group