Recently I purchased the Urban Decay Meltdown Makeup Remover Dissolving Spray and Lip Balm, but did end up trying it out until yesterday. So I decided instead of just testing it out then later making a video or review that I would film my first impressions. And I honestly was shook testing this out! I didn’t expect it to be as good as it was. But I’ll let the video speak for itself.
Dissolving Spray Review/Thoughts
The dissolving spray costs $26.00 for 3.38 fl oz. To be honest a lot of the product sprays everywhere so it doesn’t get completely on the cotton wipe unless you literally have it pressed against the swab. And though it is a spray, do not spray it directly on your face or you will not get the same result. As you can see in my first impression/testing out video. I was concerned about applying this near my eyes but that’s more from the pads I was using end up itching my eyes. So I’m debating on either switching up my cotton pads or trying out the balm as that is the one thing from this line that I didn’t get.
Lip Oil Stick Review/Thoughts
The lip oil stick is $15.00 for 0.06 oz of product. Which doesn’t seem like a lot but you hardly go through it so you don’t run out of the product right away. This is something I was actually concerned about when I first saw this. Though they state you have can use it to remove their liquid lipstick, you can honestly use this for any liquid lipstick and it just melts away and leaves your lips feeling amazing! To apply this is super easy, all you have to do is apply all over your lips then wipe away. I only had to do a single wipe to remove my liquid lipstick and I didn’t press hard to get it to remove. I gently removed it. And it effortlessly removed it.
Overall, I’m beyond impressed by these products and will use them probably every day as these literally do the best job I’ve ever seen from the products I’ve tried at removing my makeup. If you’ve tried this before, what are your thoughts? If you haven’t, what is your go to makeup remover?
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