Stila Rouge Pots Reviews
Product Type: Stila makeup
Newest Review: ... store. It was not just the fact that I have brought the other products from the Stila make-up range that drew me to this but ... more
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Last Update 18.05.2013 15:27
Customer Stila Rouge Pots Reviews (2)
by - written on 13/12/12 (Very useful, 35 readings)
It is only recently that I have started using a few products from the Stila based brand. It is a make-up range that has become much more accessible as we have a new Boots store that has opened up closer to me. I first tried a couple of eye shadow brands from the range and was impressed and my most recent purchase is a Stila Rouge Pot Cheek Mousse. Here are my thoughts on the product. This cheek mousse will cost you around the £13.00 mark and I think that this is a reasonable price to pay. The make-up range is available at Boots stores as well as being online from Boots; an added bonus is that you do get your advantage cards as well. I always like to look ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/03/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I've always wanted to own something from Stila since I found out about the brand. Its the first blush I purchased at got it at about £13 from strawberrycosmetics.com, it is also available on e-bay and amazon and also the Stila website but for maybe a little more money! It is best to search around for the best deal. The texture of the blush is somewhat like a very soft air whipped mousse. I apply it using my fingers since its the easiest way to spread it evenly. When I first applied it on my skin, it seemed thick and a bit too dark but after a quick blending with my fingers, the colour lightens and blends in very easily into my skin leaving a natural flush. ... Read the complete review
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