- Juliette has a gun in NOT A PERFUME
- MAKE UP FOR EVER Aqua XL Waterproof Eyeliner in Black
- Smashbox Iconic Photo Finish Foundation Primer Natural Primer
- Sephora Collection Waterproof Eye Makeup Remover
- OLE HENRIKSEN Truth Serum
- DR. DENNIS GROSS Ferulic + Retinol Wrinkle Recovery Peel
The Juliette has a gun scent is interesting light, simple woody scent. I like it. This minimalist, fresh, and clean fragrance is hypoallergenic and ideal for those who don’t normally wear perfume. It is composed of a single note, called cetalox, which is usually used in perfumery as a base note. Here it plays the lead role for a fragrance that will easily satisfy the most difficult tastes, and particularly those preferring discretion over complexity.
The Smashbox Primer is OK, it’s one of those thick silicone primers I don’t normally like. The texture is always too heavy for my preferences. The MAKE UP FOR EVER eyeliner is OK, black waterproof eyeliner. I prefer a smudgy soft black than a deep, dark black. I’ve used the Sephora makeup remover in the past, it’s a basic, but effective, dual phase remover.
I’ve used the OLE HENRIKSEN Truth Serum in the past. It was my first Vitamin C serum ever. I love the orange scent and the light hydrating gel texture. I never had any adverse issues while using it. I love their new packaging redo.
Lastly, is the DR DENNIS GROSS new formula recovery peel pads. I like their regular peel pads, I can’t see why I won’t like these either. I do feel peel pads in general are way too expensive for what they are. This pro-strength ferulic and retinol peel rapidly retextures the appearance of skin and supports natural repair for your best complexion ever, while a replenishing moisture complex keeps skin in perfect balance. Multitasking while you sleep, this advanced treatment supports collagen production, reduces the look of wrinkles, and restores the feel of firmness so you can wake up to a remarkably smoother, firmer, and radiant complexion.
Here’s the included brochure:
Check back on my future Samples & Empties Posts for final thoughts after I’ve finished these items.