Read on to see what I thought! Overall, I get the same results with the SkinSonic as I do my Clarisonic. And it is about 25% of the price of my Classic Clarisonic. To get those results, there are a few differences between the SkinSonic and the Clarisonic. • SkinSonic is a tad smaller (I...

I find it easier to wet my face and initially rub the cleanser over my skin first, before continuing to cleanse with the Clarisonic. Although it beeps to let me know when to move onto the next part of my face, I move on when I'm ready and ignore its beeping, sometimes cleansing 'twice'. It...

So, I guess that means that this unnamed polish is a Chanel Riva dupe, as well. (p.s. bottle pics look slightly different but on nail, they're just about the same) pic: w/ lightbox This Look: Because this is a Q&D mani, I have on only 4 coats of the unnamed light blue. Oh, and don't "look"...

Deborah Lippmann "Happy Birthday" was known as one of the hottest nail polishes around that could not be duped—unless you made your own with a crap load of craft store glitter and wanted lumpy nails. Of all companies to create a dupe of "Happy Birthday" it was Milani . I highly doubt that...

If I were to invest on a skincare tool this year, it'll be on the Clarisonic Mia. I've snubbed this beauty gadget during the height of its raves and I absolutely regret doing that. Clarisonic Mia Turquiose, $149 My problem skin arises from its abnormal exfoliation rate. My face's dead skin...

99 Barry M's 'Red Black' I picked this up because I thought it would be the perfect dupe for Essie's 'Poor Lil Rich Girl', £8.50 which I fell in love with after my manicure at Equus where I had my balayage done . I think these nail polishes are both gorgeous and almost identical! Essie's 'Poor...

A $5 Dupe for Chanel Riva? Yes Way! The China Glaze Nail Lacquer in Sea Spray Published on January 6, 2011 by Makeup and Beauty Zone · No Comments A $5 Dupe for Chanel Riva? Yes Way! The China Glaze Nail Lacquer in Sea Spray If price made your pretty nails pass on Chanel's breathtaking but...

What is amazing is that together with some products, the Clarisonic's gentle exfoliating action is lightening my hyperpigmentation and acne scars. The best part is that all my creams, retinoids and emu oil that I apply on my skin work better because there are no trapped dirt, oil and grime...

between the two products: 1) the AcneFree brush is less powerful and sometimes stops if you happen to press too hard on your face, whereas the Clarisonic powers through no matter what, 2) The Clarisonic offers three speeds while the AcneFree only has two, and 3) The AcneFree brush is battery...

I place the Opal in the charging cord once a week, when I charge my Clarisonic Brush, though I have heard that a charge lasts much longer. After about two months of continued use, my silicone tip started to separate from the Opal, so it needed replacing. The directions say that the tips...

 

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