Is there a makeup/skincare product you bought because it was hyped or had good reviews? Do you think it lived up to the hype or not? Explain why. Don't forget that all products will work differently on different skin types and results with vary depending on how you use it or what products you use it with so just because someone had a bad experience with a product, doesn't mean it won't work for you! Take any reviews here as guidance rather than 100% fact. Spoiler: Products that didn't work I personally own a few foundations that haven't really worked for me. I bought Born This Way by Too Faced, many reviews say it's good for oily skin and it looks really natural with full coverage. I have found that it's more of a medium coverage on my skin, maybe it just doesn't cover redness well but my acne always comes through. It also tends to cake up and get stuck in creases like my smile lines or in my forehead, sometimes before I even left the house. It also rubs off my nose really quickly and easily and sometimes there will even be little dots where my oils came through and just melted the foundation away. Next is Pro Filt'r by Fenty Beauty. This foundation is famous online, especially among beauty vloggers because it apparently looks flawlessly smooth and has a nice matte finish and it does seem to on them, but on me, even with moisturiser underneath it looks really dry and suffers the same caking and creasing problem as Born This Way, but the dry look also exaggerates the look of my pores. Spoiler: Products that did work My personal favourite foundation of all time so far has been Double Lasting Foundation by Etude House. It has very good coverage, so good you don't have to go in for a second layer most of the time. The texture of the foundation is also really thin and lightweight despite being such good coverage. It lasts the longest out of all of my foundations and rarely ever creases, cakes, or gets patchy. The only downside to this foundation, like many Korean foundations, is the shade range. I'm well off as i'm pretty pale and the lightest shade matches me perfectly but I wouldn't recommend this foundation to people of darker skin. I really hope they come out with a wider shade range in the future so more people can try it as it's a really great foundation. Next product is very well known, it is the Roller Lash mascara by Benefit. I have very short lashes and most mascaras, even when used after a lash curler, just doesn't do anything or it just ends up weighing my lashes down so the curling doesn't even do anything. The Roller Lash mascara is the only mascara i've ever tried EVER that curls my lashes without even needing a curler and doesn't weigh them down. The brush also helps seperate lashes evenly without creating too much of a spider lash on me and so you can achieve full, long, curly lashes without going overboard. This is a product that I would recommend to literally anyone who hasn't already found a mascara they have fallen in love with.