Eyeko Fat Balm Reviews
Product Type: Eyeko body care
Description:Brand: Eyeko / & Lip Care / Type: Eye Balm / Suitable for: Eye / What it does: regenerates, / Available in strawberry, raspberry and mint /
Newest Review: ... lips don't match your face because you have the same colour on both. I haven't found any Eyeko products in store here in ... more
Customer Eyeko Fat Balm Reviews (10)
by - written on 08/10/11 (Very useful, 49 readings)
I remember I got my very first Eyeko product in a swap for the swapping site bigwardrobe, after using the one of the best nail varnish's I had ever used, I decided I want to try more of their products, so having a little look on the internet I found this 'fat balm' to me, it's name is a little hideous and rather funny, but I imagine it's because it's a balm, that is just very big. [fat] My friends was surprised when they saw me using this and not my regular products as they didn't know what it was, which shocked me a little, I presumed it was a well known brand as I had often seen it in many magazines with lots of reviews, but doing a little more reseach and eyeko is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/03/10 (Very useful, 109 readings)
Do you ever, after too much to drink, catch your reflection in the mirror and think "If I didn't look quite so obviously wrecked, that red wine would make a really good lip stain"? I do. I'm not ashamed to admit that I have these mad (drunk) moments sometimes. I've also been known to use red wine as a lip stain, mainly when I can't find my lip balm in my handbag. Not recommended, it stings. Well, now I've found Eyeko Raspberry Fat Balm, I don't need to mess around with wine ever again (yep, will need to find another excuse). The colour reminds me very much of red wine, and it does look like that on your lips - just better. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/07/09 (Very useful, 91 readings)
I recently bough the Eyeko Fat Balm as I was looking for a lip balm perfect for summer & this is it! I bought it in the Minty flavour, which is a light pinky colour with a light shimmer to it. The packaging is to die for, very fat and baby pink with writing in silver on the side. My first impressions of the balm is that it smells so minty and fresh. I haven't tried any of the other flavours available, there is also Strawberry and Raspberry. The balm itself applies a really sheer but shimmery light pinkish colour. With most minty flavour lip products, you get that lovely tingling feeling (well I like it). I love the colour it goes on and suits my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/01/09 (Very useful, 957 readings)
I am a self confessed lip balm addict and am always on the look out for new products to try so that I can alternate them with my trusty Vaseline lip therapy (I get bored easily). A couple of years ago I read a magazine review of Fat Balm by Eyeko, which said it was so good that loads of celebrities were buying it, and that it had many fans. I decided to get one, which I bought off the http://www.eyeco.com website. I really liked the product, but couldn't be bothered to keep getting supplies from Eyeko (which were at the time only available on the internet). Imagine my surprise and delight then to find it at Superdrug in December 2008 for just £3.50! I duly snapped it up . Read the complete review
by - written on 22/12/08, updated on 23/12/08 (Very useful, 544 readings)
I love to see people using make -up so easily everyday of their life and wish I could jump on their band-wagon too and look pretty and glamourous. Knowing myself I would definitely enjoy applying the make -up but might as well jump into the bed before removing it and as I have read somewhere that this could be more very injurious to the skin.I have just restricted myself to the use of lip-gloss that I can lick off whenever I need to remove it . Lipgloss and lipsticks do come in so many colours, shades, textures and types but they don't really look good when applied to chapped peeling lips , do they ? So I was well pleased to discover Eyeko fat ... Read the complete review
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