Make-Up Designory Cream Foundation: I've had this for years, I saw the recent ones now have different font designs on the front. I had this when I first started using make-up. The sales woman put this on my face when she was doing my make-up and at first it looked great so I bought it. When I got home and looked in the mirror, I looked like a complete cake face. I tried putting it on using different techniques: by itself, with a damp sponge, and even as a concealer but none of the techniques worked for me.
Rimmel London Fix & Perfect Foundation Primer: It claims to minimize pores, smooth skin out, even out complexion, and prolong the wear of foundation. Out of all these, the only thing it does for me is even out my complexion because as you can see, it's tinted. It's a salmon shade and I don't really care for it because it doesn't match my skin tone and I put foundation over to cover it anyways.
Physician's Formula Concealer Twins: You first put the green side on, which is supposed to cancel out any redness, you then use the other side over those areas to cover the green shade. This concealer doesn't cover anything; It just blends away. I dislike the green side because I have to make sure I cover up the green tint that it leaves on my face and it just becomes a cakey mess.
E.L.F.'s Super Glossy Lip Shines: They're too sticky! I don't like sticky lip glosses.
E.L.F. All Over Cover Stick: I find this too thick that it gets cakey and it smells strong.
Formula 10.0.6 Mattifying Moisturizer: It doesn't mattify my face at all and it smells so bad! You can read my full review here.