PSA: Besame Last Chance Sale

I know I've ranted a lot about the size of some of Besame's products but they do have some very nice products. The pigmentation is great and the colours are beautiful, I'm just not crazy about the size of the products at the price they used to be. Besame is having a last chance sale on some of their items. Here you go:

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

ANU
I JUST WANTED TO TELL U THAT I FOUND THIS WEBSITE ONLINE NAMED NODARKLIPS.COM. THEY OFFER A PRODUCT NAMED FRESH UP THAT IS ABOUT 50 DOLLARS THAT WILL ELIMINATE DARKNESS ON UR LIPS. I WAS WONDERING IF ITS SAFE TO ORDER FROM THERE AND ALSO TO INFORM U ABOUT IT.

8:56 PM
Khamila said...

is this the same loose powder that you used?
i really want a translucent one that wont make me ashy
and im thinking of getting this esp since so cheaper

10:20 PM
Khamila said...
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Anu said...

Hey anonymous:
I looked at their website and I am going to take a look at their ingredients. I think it would be safe to order (as in you'd get your products), but I'm not sure about how it would work. I dont really trust skin lightening products for the lips because you'd need to constantly reapply sunscreen to protect your lips and to keep the progress. I will definitely look into it for you.

Hey Khamila,
yep, that's the one I use. I can't detect any ashiness on me but I have to be very very careful not to use a lot. Then there is ashiness galore. What I sometimes do if I'm REALLY feeling oily (wonderful feeling btw.) and I need the powder to sop up my oil, I mix in a bit of loose powder that is close to my skintone. That keeps it from getting too oily. The Besame loose powder is pretty good either way, but I can't guarantee non-ashiness because I sometimes get it too.

10:35 PM

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