MODELS PREFER Airbrush Foundation Brush - Disappointed...
My sister bought this brush for me some years ago and I love it! So I wanted to get a backup and found the same one in my local Priceline, just to find that they've skimped on bristles! They claim to have "Densely packed faux cashmere bristles" but when I compare it to my old brush, the new one has about 2/3 as many bristles. Not as good as the original and I don't like using it. Very disappointed.
Retractable eyebrow pencil
I have been using the retractable eye brow pencil since it came out. I have discovered that when you think it's empty and have come to the end of the pencil (its not) if you break off the casing and screw the clear plastic casing out of the brown casing and snap the clear casing at the bottom, stick an untipped cotton bud up it allowing this to push the remains of the pencil up, You will get another few weeks supply. I think it is time to fix the problem, in the past I have been throwing it out when I thought is was finished when its not . this is wasting the remains (I also use another brand when on sale and they have the same problem)
A waste of my time and money
I purchased the Model's Prefer Professional Hairdryer from Priceline Carrum Downs approximately 10 days ago. Retail price $29.99.
The first time I used it - I loved it. It has plenty of power, feels sturdy in your hands, looks quite nice, isn't too heavy and I was able to do a salon style blow-out at home without a single jot of trouble.
Three days later, I went to repeat the whole process - and the hairdryer cut out after I'd blow dried ONE SECTION of my hair (my hair is shoulder length and fine - its not like I'm trying to blow dry a ho...rse's mane worth of hair here), so I waited, after about 10-15 mins it came back to life and I was able to finish giving myself the blow out. Three days after that, I went to do it again - and again, it cut out after one section of hair. I waited 10-15 mins (meanwhile my hair is air-drying and getting wavy - so I'm getting more and more infuriated by the minute) and the hairdryer started back up again - and then cut out again after finishing another section of hair. I spat it and moved to my spare, travel-sized hairdryer. Which never conks out or overheats and I paid $12 for, at Kmart about 6 years ago........
I purchased this hairdryer approximately 6mths ago and this morning it died. Just stopped working with no warning. When i turned it over the nozzle on the end had actually melted and it had a gaping hole in it. Bad cheap materials. You would expect a hairdryer to last longer than 6mths!
Models Prefer Straight Up Shampoo with Argan Oil
I've been using this shampoo for over a month. It's not bad, but it's not good either.
It reduces slightly the frizziness, but it leaves my hair a bit dull and very flat at the top.
Also, it doesn't seem to clean my hair very well, and I always need to repeat the wash twice.
The ratio quality/price is not good, I would not buy it again.
Worst hair elastics I have used and dangerous
Stretched the first elastic to use and it snapped. Okay not so bad I have another 17.
The next day did the same thing and snapped again this time straight into my eye. My eye still feels like it’s scratched and watery. I would not recommend for anyone especially kids.
waste of time and money
This is by far the worst tanning product I've used. Went on easily enough and dried fairly quick.. Are the only pros.
Cons: smells terrible, the mouse is fairly light so you can barely see where you are applying it. I thought over time it would activate and get darker.. But I had it on for 5 hours and was still no different colour then when I started. I don't know how this is even on the market.. It barely does anything. Could probably explain why I couldn't find any other reviews.
Dont waste your money.
Hairbrush not fit for purpose!
I purchased this hairbrush. It is a large round hair brush from Models Prefer. In theory good for straightening hair. It looks like a hairbrush, but it doesn’t work like a hairbrush. The handle separated from the brush, that is, it broke in half after less than a dozen uses. Yes my hair is thick, but not that thick! I would not recommend this brush to anyone - thick or thin hair. It is poor product design and very poor quality workmanship.
For the price, it is great!
Bought a cheap hair straightener from Models Prefer and it heats up decently fast and I use it for straightening and curling which works great. I find it works just as good as my GHD sometimes (of course the GHD has a smoother plate and shinier finish), but given the low low price point this is a great purchase for those that are beginning and do not want to invest in something that will cost hundreds.
So happy and satisfied of modelsprefer hair straightener. I just in love of my hair it's looks so professional just the same as if made by a hairdresser. I saved lots of money every week. So I don't go to hairdresser only occasionally. It's affordable price too. Recommend to everyone
I usually use MAC Foundation but had run out and was low on cash, so went into Priceline hoping to find something half decent i could use in the meantime. I found Models Prefer Matte Foundation for $12.99, and to be honest i wasnt expecting much from it. I work in an industry where our looks and make-up are very important, so was over the moon with the result. I literally look as though ive been airbrushed! Full coverage with just a tiny amount of product, no need for any concealer or colour correction. Im that happy with this foundation i dont think i will go back to the $80 MAC i usually buy as i have a way better result with this at a fraction of the price!!!
Questions & Answers
I love the Models Prefer infinite colour eye pencil in Teal. It highlights my eyes so well behind my glasses but the outer core of the pencil is so hard that it is almost impossible to sharpen and I waste so much product. I have 2 different cosmetic pencil sharpeners and have the same result with each of them. Such a waste. Do you recommend a particular sharpener for this eyeliner?
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