Florence by Mills
Florence by Mills is a celebrity skincare brand created by Millie Bobby Brown. I recently tried their skincare and makeup travel size bag, which included a peeling mask, moisturizer, cleanser, mascara, and lip gloss. The price for this set was $39, which I found to be a little expensive considering some of the items were small in size. Particularly, the face mask only offered two uses, which was disappointing.
As a person with dry and sensitive skin, I was intrigued by the mask’s claim of catering to dry skin. While it wasn’t as stripping as other peel-off masks I’ve tried in the past, it still felt quite harsh on my skin. I didn’t notice any significant improvement in terms of hydration or glow after using it.
The packaging of the Florence by Mills products is undoubtedly eye-catching. The travel size bag provided a convenient and compact way to carry the essentials while on the go. However, the small sizes of the products were a drawback for me, as I would have preferred more generous portions considering the price.
Upon inspecting the ingredients list, I was pleased to find that Florence by Mills focuses on using clean and vegan-friendly ingredients. This is a positive aspect, especially for those who are conscious of what they put on their skin. However, despite the use of these supposedly gentle ingredients, I didn’t experience any remarkable improvement in my skin’s condition.
My experience with Florence by Mills was underwhelming. The mask, although marketed towards dry skin, didn’t provide the desired hydration and left my skin feeling stripped. The small sizes and relatively high price point also left me feeling less satisfied with the overall value of the product. While the use of clean and vegan-friendly ingredients is commendable, it didn’t translate into noticeable results for me.
Peel-off Mask: Thick and Messy, but Worth It
I recently tried a celebrity skincare brand’s peel-off mask, and it was quite an experience. The mask was incredibly thick, which made application a bit difficult. However, once applied, it effectively pulled out a lot of the gunk from my skin. Although it did the job well, I couldn’t help but feel that there might be a gentler alternative to remove impurities from my skin without being too harsh.
One thing I didn’t particularly like about this mask was the bottle format. Considering how messy and sticky peel-off masks can be, I felt that a squeeze tube would have been a more convenient packaging choice. However, I understand that the brand wanted to ensure easy identification of each product. It’s worth mentioning that I only tried the mask in a travel size kit, so I’m uncertain about the full-size packaging.
In terms of effectiveness, though, there was nothing really bad to say about the mask. It’s nice to have a portable mask option for those who enjoy indulging in self-care even while on vacation. Having a quick, on-the-go solution can come in handy when you want to have a little self-care day during your travels.
Gentle Cleanser: Somewhat Confusing but Effective
Another product I tried was the celebrity skincare brand’s cleanser. To be honest, it was a bit weird. Unlike typical cleansers that lather up, this one didn’t produce much lather at all. I don’t think it’s meant to be a lather cleanser, nor does it fall into the category of oil cleansers. This left me a little confused about its purpose.
Despite the initial confusion, I actually ended up liking this cleanser a lot. It turned out to be a very gentle cleanser, which I appreciated. I’ve noticed that the more a cleanser lathers up, the more it tends to strip away oil and other natural substances from the skin. As someone who already struggles with retaining moisture in my skin, I prefer using a cleanser that doesn’t lather excessively. In this case, the less lathery, the better.
Overall, while the cleanser was a little perplexing at first, I found it to be effective in cleansing my skin without leaving it feeling dry or tight. It may not fit into the conventional categories of cleansers, but it did a great job in maintaining the natural moisture balance of my skin.
The Quest for Perfect Skin Continues
Trying out different celebrity skincare brands has been an adventurous journey for me. Each product brings a unique set of features and promises, making the search for the perfect skincare routine an ongoing quest. As I continue to explore various brand offerings, I have come to appreciate the variability and individuality that celebrity skincare brands bring to the table.
While not every product may have met my expectations or been perfectly suited to my skin’s needs, the journey of trying celebrity skincare brands has been an educational and eye-opening experience. It has helped me understand the complexity of skincare and the need for personalized approaches. As I move forward, I will continue to experiment and explore the vast world of celebrity skincare, hoping to find those gems that will provide the ultimate skincare experience my skin deserves.
Celebrity Skincare Brand Review: The Cleanser
One of the main issues I’ve encountered when trying out celebrity skincare brands is that many of them don’t work well unless they produce a lather. However, I was pleasantly surprised by this particular brand’s cleanser. Not only did it get the job done effectively, but it also had an incredibly pleasant fragrance. It exuded a natural banana scent that added a delightful touch to my skincare routine.
The Moisturizer: Dewy Skin Perfection
The moisturizer from this celebrity brand had the same wonderful scent as the cleanser and had a consistency that was perfect for achieving a dewy skin look. It not only smelled amazing but also delivered impressive results. I was really impressed with its performance and could find no faults with it. This little gem definitely won my approval.
Mascara: A Game-Changing Brush
As for their mascara, I have nothing to complain about. What caught my attention was the slightly smaller brush size, which was a blessing for me. You see, I have incredibly curly eyelashes that tend to curl back onto my skin. So, I need a brush that can easily maneuver through them without smudging mascara under my eyes. This mascara did just that and more. It lasted a whopping 24 hours without any smudging. An absolute win!
A Lip Gloss Surprise
The lip gloss included in the travel-sized kit had a lovely pinkish undertone. As a woman with deeper skin tone, I am cautious when it comes to light pink lip glosses. They have a tendency to turn ashy quickly. However, this one pleasantly surprised me. It was very sheer, allowing my natural lip color to shine through. It set with a subtle hint of nude, which was perfect for me. I couldn’t have asked for a better lip gloss in terms of shade and texture.
The Biggest Surprise: Overall Impression
Out of all the celebrity skincare brands I had the opportunity to try, this particular one shocked me the mostin the best way possible. The travel-sized kit exceeded my expectations and delivered outstanding results. From the cleanser to the lip gloss, each product performed exceptionally well. It’s safe to say that I am thoroughly impressed and will continue using these products in my daily skincare routine. Kudos to this brand for creating such amazing skincare essentials!
Next up in my quest to try every celebrity skincare brand is JLo Beauty. I decided to try out her little skincare triplet, which included a hydrating cream, an under eye cream, and a glow serum. Let me tell you, I had high hopes for this brand, but unfortunately, it didn’t live up to my expectations.
The Sticky Serum
Let’s start with the glow serum. I suspect that this serum is the culprit behind my skincare peeling off. Every time I applied it, it felt extremely uncomfortable on the skin. It was sticky, almost like putting glue on your face. Not only did it feel unpleasant, but it also caused my skincare to start peeling off, something I’ve never experienced before. This definitely knocked a couple of points off for me.
The Hydrating Cream
On to the hydrating cream. It is definitely more moisturizing than the glow serum and does a little bit more for my skin. It is very hydrating and has a lovely floral scent. I must admit, I really liked this cream. However, it is a bit thicker, so if you have oily skin, you might want to steer clear of it. But for me, it worked well and was a little bit of a skincare salvation.
Now let’s move on to Kylie Skin. Kylie Jenner has made a name for herself in the beauty industry, so I was excited to see how her skincare brand fared. I tried out a few of her products and here’s what I found.
The Foaming Face Wash
First up, the foaming face wash. I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised by this product. It leaves my skin feeling clean and refreshed without stripping away moisture. The foam has a luxurious feel to it and it has a subtle, pleasant scent. Overall, I give the foaming face wash a solid four stars.
The Hydrating Face Mask
I also tried out Kylie Skin’s hydrating face mask, and it did not disappoint. The mask is incredibly hydrating and leaves my skin feeling plump and moisturized. It has a soothing effect and gives my skin a healthy glow. I was really impressed with this product and would give it a well-deserved five stars.
Next, onto Gwyneth Paltrow’s skincare line, GOOP. I’ve heard mixed reviews about this brand, so I was curious to see if it would work for me.
The Exfoliating Instant Facial
I decided to try their exfoliating instant facial, and I have to say, it lived up to the hype. This product left my skin feeling incredibly smooth and exfoliated. It has a tingly sensation when applied, which I personally enjoy. The instant facial definitely gave my skin a renewed and refreshed look. I would give it a solid four and a half stars.
The Enriching Face Oil
I also tried out the enriching face oil from GOOP. This oil is rich in antioxidants and claims to nourish the skin. While it did provide some hydration
JLo Beauty: Two and a Half Stars
I tried the JLo Beauty skincare line, starting with their fresh take eye cream. The texture reminded me of the serum, but it didn’t absorb well into my skin. However, it did provide some moisture, so I can’t be too upset about it. But that serum was a complete disappointment, so I would give JLo Beauty a rating of two and a half out of five stars.
REM Beauty: A Pleasant Surprise
Next, I tested out REM Beauty products, beginning with their under eye bomb. When I first saw the formula, I was hesitant because it resembled Vaseline. But surprisingly, it felt moisturizing and not dry or oily when I applied it under my eyes. It was a nice surprise, and I was pleased with how it felt on my skin.
I also tried REM Beauty’s lip balm, priced at $13. Honestly, it gave me nostalgic vibes from the lip balms we used as kids. It was cute and had a nice touch of glitter, but in reality, it was just a basic Chapstick.
The last product I tried from REM Beauty was their blurring primer. I must admit, it had been years since I used a blurring primer, so I was a bit apprehensive. However, it turned out to be a pleasant surprise. The primer did a decent job of blurring imperfections on my skin.
Kylie Skin: A Letdown
Now, let’s move on to Kylie Skin. Unfortunately, I was not impressed with this celebrity skincare brand. First, I tried their foaming face wash, and it left my skin feeling dry and stripped of moisture. It didn’t have the luxurious feel I was expecting.
Next, I tried Kylie Skin’s Vitamin C serum. I found the texture to be sticky and it didn’t absorb well into my skin. It also left a slightly greasy residue, which was disappointing considering the price point of the product.
Lastly, I tested Kylie Skin’s moisturizer. It felt heavy and didn’t absorb quickly, leaving a greasy film on my face. I was hoping for a lightweight and hydrating moisturizer, but it fell short of my expectations.
Goop: Hit and Miss
Moving on to Goop, their skincare line had some hits and misses as well. The Goop Glow Microderm Instant Glow Exfoliator was a hit for me. It effectively exfoliated my skin, leaving it smoother and more radiant.
However, the Goopgenes All-In-One Nourishing Face Cream was a miss. It felt heavy on my skin and didn’t absorb well. It left a greasy residue and didn’t provide the hydration I was looking for.
Lastly, I tried the Goopgenes Clean Nourishing Lip Balm. It had a pleasant scent and provided some hydration to my lips. However, it didn’t stand out from other lip balms on the market.
Rihanna’s Fenty Skin: A Winner
Finally, I tested out Rihanna’s Fenty Skin. And let me tell you, it did not disappoint. The Total Cleans’r Remove-it-All
Review of R Beauty Skincare Brand
Primer with Moisturizing and Blurring Effects
I was skeptical when trying out the primer from R Beauty Skincare Brand. I expected it to be drying and chalky, like many other primers I have used in the past. To my surprise, it had a slight moisture to it, which was a refreshing change. What caught my attention was the unique combination of moisturizing and blurring properties. I haven’t come across a primer with this combination before, and I must say, I really enjoyed it.
Typically, pore-blurring primers tend to be mattifying, which can sometimes make the skin feel dry. However, this primer offered a little bit of moisture, which made a noticeable difference. Initially, when I blended it in, it left a slight white cast. But that’s okay, as I have used milk of magnesia in the past and know that it can also whiten the skin temporarily. Once the primer settled into my skin, the whiteness disappeared, and my makeup went on smoothly. It provided a pigmented and flawless finish, overall exceeding my expectations.
Milk of Magnesia Comparison
Speaking of milk of magnesia, I must mention its incredible ability to keep my makeup intact for hours. However, due to my dry skin type, I no longer use it. Despite this, I wasn’t too concerned about the initial white cast from the R Beauty primer, as it went away and did not affect the performance of my makeup.
While I was pleased with the effectiveness of the R Beauty products I tried, I must admit that the price point of their lip balm was a bit steep for my liking. It left me feeling a tad bit frustrated. However, when it came to the actual performance of the products, I had no complaints. Each item worked exactly as it was intended to and did not disappoint.
So I tried every celebrity skincare brand out there, and let me tell you, the results were perplexing. From REM Beauty to Kylie Cosmetics, I put my skin through it all. Here is my honest review.
REM Beauty: 3.5 out of 5 Stars
Starting off with REM Beauty, I have to say it was just average. The products performed decently, but nothing really stood out to me. The packaging was sleek and chic, but the overall effectiveness left me wanting more. It did the job, but there was nothing exceptional about it.
Kylie Cosmetics: Flaming Cleanser
Now let’s dive into Kylie Cosmetics. I tried the Flaming Cleanser from her mini travel kit, and boy was I impressed. The foaming action was just right, and it didn’t take much effort to get it to lather up. The packaging, as with all Kylie products, was adorable and perfect for traveling. It didn’t strip my skin and left it feeling clean and fresh. No complaints here!
Kylie Cosmetics: Vanilla Milk Toner
Next up is Kylie Cosmetics’ Vanilla Milk Toner. While it did its job, I couldn’t help but feel like it was nothing new or groundbreaking. It reminded me of similar toners I have used before, and it didn’t add anything exciting to my skincare routine. It was just average, and I have other products that do the same thing.
Rihanna’s Fenty Skin: Total Game-Changer
Now, let’s talk about something truly revolutionary – Rihanna’s Fenty Skin. This brand has taken the skincare world by storm, and for good reason. I was blown away by the effectiveness of the products. The Total Cleans’R Remove-It-All Cleanser is incredible. It removes all makeup and impurities without stripping the skin. The packaging is simple yet elegant, and the product itself delivers exceptional results.
Another standout product from Fenty Skin is the Fat Water Pore-Refining Toner Serum. It tightens and minimizes pores, leaving the skin looking flawless. The texture is lightweight and absorbs quickly into the skin. It truly lives up to its claims.
Lastly, the Hydra Vizor Invisible Moisturizer Broad Spectrum SPF 30 Sunscreen is a game-changer. It is lightweight, non-greasy, and provides excellent sun protection. The packaging is sleek and functional, making it easy to apply and carry around.
No, what am I saying it still gets the job done its just not like new or Innovative in any way, and you know it’s not like. I would go to Kylie for that milk toner, but it works and it gets the job done and it’s in a cute little bottle. So I can’t be mad at it.
Vitamin C Serum
Her vitamin C serum. I have been sticking beside my Revolution, vitamin C serum that I get from freaking, Walgreens. I’ve been sticking beside it and I am been going nowhere. But this vitamin C serum really surprised me, it’s literally almost the same type of formula that I get from Walgreens. But just a little bit more vitamin cish, I guess. Oh, my God, it’s pleasantly surprising. That was my favorite item from that entire travel size kit. It’s something I would go to Kylie for specifically. Now, like once that one’s out, I’m probably going to go back and get another one.
Finally, her moisturizer. It really wasn’t anything special. It was kind of just a moisturizer but again it’s cute that it’s in a pink little bottle and it’s travel size, so I can’t be too mad at it.
Overall Rating for Kylie Skin: 3.75/5
Next brand I want to talk about is Road Beauty. So, I got the peptide treatment, glaze treatment kit. It came with three lip peptide treatments, her glazed serum, and her moisturizer. Let’s get into the peptide treatments.
The Lip Peptides
I was a little bit confused at first because I received three lip peptides that seemed to be the same. I tried both the unscented and watermelon ones, but for some reason, I couldn’t detect a distinct watermelon scent. The smell was there, but it didn’t really stand out. I wish there was a little more variation, perhaps in color or packaging. Personally, I’m not too heavy on scents, so it’s cool that it came with three. However, I have to say that the Salted Caramel variant smells amazing!
The Glazed Fluid
Now, let’s get into the glazed fluid. I must admit, it was very underwhelming. From the name and description, I was expecting to look like a glazed donut after using it. Unfortunately, it didn’t really live up to its claims. It didn’t give me that dewy, glazed look that I was hoping for. It fell short of its intended purpose.
But oh girl, the moisturizer… that’s a whole different story. Out of all the brands I’ve tried, this moisturizer is by far my favorite. It is incredibly moisturizing and leaves my skin feeling hydrated and nourished. The dewy finish is perfect, giving my skin a healthy glow. Overall, this moisturizer pleasantly surprised me and outperformed the rest.
The Lip Peptides, Take Two
Going back to the lip peptides, I must say that I was pleasantly surprised, especially with their hydrating properties. Usually, glossy lip products tend to focus more on shine rather than nourishment. However, these lip peptides managed to provide both. After using them, my lips felt plumper and more nourished, which is quite rare for something that offers a glossy finish. It was like a lip balm but ten times better.
Considering all the celebrity skincare brands I’ve tried, I have to give Road a high rating. While the lip peptides lacked variation, they still provided hydration. The glazed fluid fell short of expectations, but the moisturizer truly stole the show. Its dewy finish and deep moisturizing properties make it a standout product.
Fenty Skin: Melt Off Jelly Oil Makeup Cleanser
The Fenty Skin Melt Off Jelly Oil Makeup Cleanser is the first product I tried from the Fenty Skin line. At first, the name of the product intrigued me. “Jelly oil cleanser” sounded different and interesting. However, when I first used it, I was a bit taken aback. The initial bit of the product felt like oil, and since the bottle was opaque, I couldn’t tell what was inside. If I had known, I would have shaken it beforehand. But after a few uses, it transformed into a jelly-like consistency. The fluid part of the cleanser had a lovely fragrance to it, but the jelly part felt like a generic oil cleanser. It did the job effectively, and I have no complaints about its performance. The only downside was its peculiar consistency. Additionally, the bottle design was unique, making it less messy to use. However, it was a bit challenging to press down on the bottle to dispense the product.
Fenty Skin: Fat Water Toner
The Fenty Skin Fat Water Toner came as part of the kit, and I was excited to try it. This toner was incredibly moisturizing without feeling too heavy on the skin. It had a delightful banana scent, which strangely reminded me of the correlation between Florence and Fenty beauty or Fenty skin. The smell was incredibly similar, giving it a natural and organic vibe.
Another Celebrity Skincare Brand: XYZ
Moving on to another celebrity skincare brand, let’s talk about XYZ. This brand claims to have the secret to flawless skin, but does it live up to the hype? Let’s find out!
XYZ: Cleansing Balm
First up, I tried the XYZ Cleansing Balm. The texture of this balm was smooth and creamy, and it melted effortlessly onto the skin. It effectively removed all traces of makeup, leaving my skin feeling clean and refreshed. However, the scent of the product was quite overpowering. It had a strong floral fragrance, which may not be to everyone’s liking. Despite the scent, I must admit that this cleansing balm did a fantastic job in cleansing my skin.
XYZ: Hydrating Serum
Next, I tested out the XYZ Hydrating Serum. This serum promised to hydrate and plump the skin, giving it a youthful glow. After using it for a few weeks, I did notice a slight improvement in the hydration levels of my skin. It felt more supple and nourished. However, the results were not as dramatic as I had hoped. The serum had a lightweight texture, making it easy to incorporate into my skincare routine.
XYZ: Overnight Mask
Lastly, I tried the XYZ Overnight Mask. This mask claimed to provide intense moisturization and rejuvenation while I slept. The texture of the mask was creamy and luxurious, and it felt incredibly nourishing on the skin. However, I did find it a bit heavy for my liking. When I woke up in the morning, my skin did feel softer and more hydrated, but it also felt slightly greasy. I would recommend using this mask sparingly or only on drier skin types.
My journey through various celebrity skincare brands has been filled with a mix of surprises
Kim Kardashian Skincare
Kim Kardashian’s skincare brand promises hydration and I must admit, it delivers. The products in her line are rich in moisture and leave my skin feeling supple and nourished. The SPF, however, did pose a small issue. There was a slight white or blue cast upon application, but it only became noticeable once it settled into my skin. Despite this, the SPF was still moisturizing and had a pleasant, albeit slightly strong fragrance. Thankfully, it wasn’t overpowering.
Fenty Skincare was a pleasant surprise. As a fan of Fenty’s other products, I had high expectations and it didn’t disappoint. I would rate it 4.5 out of five stars. The formula was of great quality and the products performed exceptionally well on my skin.
Skin By Kim
Among all the celebrity skincare brands I tried, Skin By Kim was undoubtedly the most expensive. The kit included a cleanser, toner, and moisturizer. It was challenging to determine which skin type it catered to, whether it was for dry, combination, or oily skin. Nevertheless, the products did their job effectively. The foaming cleanser required a generous amount of lathering to effectively cleanse the skin.
The Pink Packaging
I must admit, the first thing that caught my attention was the packaging. The fact that it’s pink is undeniably enticing. Upon receiving the products, I couldn’t help but admire the cute and stylish design. However, I couldn’t help but find it a little annoying that it had an additional compartment. But perhaps, the extra compartment serves a purpose. After all, the brand seems to embody a bathroom decor vibe. Placing them on my sink adds a touch of sweetness to my space. Although, I must say, it does feel a bit excessive.
The Foaming Cleanser
The foaming cleanser itself is fairly effective. It does the job and leaves my skin feeling clean. However, I faced an issue with it drying out my skin more than my other cleansers. Despite that, it still manages to get the job done. While it isn’t necessarily outstanding, it does its job well enough.
The Exfoliating Toner
The toner is marketed as an exfoliating toner, but I prefer to use it only two to three times a week. Using it daily seems excessive, in my opinion. Nevertheless, when used as intended, it does leave my skin feeling smooth. I can’t say it has any extraordinary effects, but it certainly gets the job done adequately.
As for the moisturizer, it simply gets the job done. It hydrates my skin and keeps it moisturized throughout the day. While it may not have any remarkable properties, it fulfills its purpose effectively.
Brand A: Not Super Hydrating
The first celebrity skincare brand I tried was Brand A. Unfortunately, I found that it wasn’t super hydrating, at least not for me. I had to follow it up with a very hydrating sunscreen to truly moisturize my skin. However, it did get the job done in terms of providing some hydration. The set is designed for a quick and easy skincare routine, perfect for those in a rush. It looks nice on my sink and is convenient when I don’t have time to gather all my skincare items from my medicine cabinet. Overall, I would rate it a three out of five stars.
Product Ratings and Celebrity Skincare
In general, I’ve noticed that many products made by celebrities or skincare brands with a larger purpose behind them tend to have lower ratings. I’m just being honest here, but I feel like these products often fall short. Personally, I have found that Korean skincare works best for me. I have yet to find any other products that surpass the effectiveness of my top Korean skincare items. It’s simply hard to compete with what’s already in my skincare stash.
Kim Kardashian’s Skincare Line
Kim Kardashian is no stranger to the world of beauty, so when she launched her own skincare line, I was curious to see if it lived up to the hype. The packaging was sleek and luxurious, and the products promised radiant, glowing skin. After weeks of testing, I can confidently say that Kim’s skincare line is worth the investment.
Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop Skincare
As someone who appreciates natural and organic skincare, I was excited to try Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop skincare line. The products were made with all-natural ingredients and boasted impressive claims. However, I found that they didn’t live up to my expectations. While they smelled divine and left my skin feeling hydrated, they did little to improve the overall texture and appearance.
Kylie Jenner’s Kylie Skin
With her massive following and undeniable influence, it’s no surprise that Kylie Jenner’s skincare line received immense attention. The sleek pink packaging was eye-catching, and the products were marketed as skincare essentials. However, after a few weeks of use, I found that the products did not live up to the hype. While they did provide hydration, they didn’t do much to target specific skincare concerns.
Rihanna’s Fenty Skin
Rihanna’s Fenty Skin line was highly anticipated, and for good reason. The products were designed to be inclusive and cater to a wide range of skin types and tones. The packaging was sleek and minimalist, and the products themselves were a delight to use. They left my skin feeling refreshed and rejuvenated, and after consistent use, I could see a noticeable improvement in my skin’s overall texture.
After trying every celebrity skincare brand, it’s evident that not all products are created equal. While some delivered on their promises and left my skin looking flawless, others fell short. It’s important to remember that skincare is not a one-size-fits-all solution. What may work for one person may not work for another.
The key is to understand your own skin’s needs and find products that address those specific concerns. Don’t be swayed solely by celebrity endorsements or flashy packaging. Take the time to research and read reviews before investing your hard-earned money.
Ultimately, the journey to finding the perfect skincare routine is a personal one. It may require trial and error, but the results will be worth it. So, next time you’re tempted to splurge on a celebrity skincare brand, approach it with caution and remember that your skin deserves nothing but the best.
R Beauty Skincare Brand pleasantly surprised me with its unique primer and its ability to provide both moisture and blurring effects. Although the lip balm was overpriced, the overall performance of the products was impressive. I found myself genuinely liking many of the items I tried and would consider repurchasing them in the future, despite the higher price point.
While I tried various celebrity skincare brands, it was Fenty Skin that truly impressed me. Rihanna’s line of products is innovative, effective, and worth every penny. REM Beauty and Kylie Cosmetics had their hits and misses, but if you’re looking for a skincare brand that delivers exceptional results, Fenty Skin is the way to go. Trust me, your skin will thank you.
The world of celebrity skincare brands is vast and ever-growing. While some may be worth the investment, others may fall short of expectations. Remember to prioritize your skin’s needs and make informed decisions when it comes to your skincare routine. And as always, let me know your thoughts on these products in the comments below!