The fresh makeup range has dwindled over the years, which is a shame as they used to have some nice eyeshadow palettes and a good brush collection.
I really like their packaging, the delicate detailed design
is really pretty and adds a nice touch.
Though I am not a gloss person, the Sugar lip gloss remains one of my
favourite formula's (I've had 5 shades and have used them all up).
They give sheer
colour with a high shine finish.Though some shades have tiny
microglitter I like that they never register as shimmery once on.
They are not sticky and
feel cushiony and moisturising and have the sugar lemon scent. I
bought Sugar Kiss this time (£15.00) which is a sheer peachy nude with a
hint of gold.
I've bought the Supernova mascara (£17) several times in the past (though the
firebird mascara, which no longer seems to be on their website, was my
preferred formula). It separates, lengthens and gives a bit of lift.
would say that if you try to build it up it is prone to clumping. What
I really like about this is that the black is really glossy and the
formula does not make my lashes feel brittle. Unfortunately this time
around this smudges on me quite a bit for some reason.
I probably say this every time I review Fresh but I really think they
need to get online for more countries, its not that convenient having to
mail order and to not know what postage will be until you place the
order, and I know that I would order much more from the brand if they had
a UK website.
I bought these via mail order from the London Marylebone High Street Store.