Here is an update to my previous paragraph. I thought maybe I missed something so I looked back through their site and low and behold, found where I could actually upload a picture of myself and a "professional" would help figure out how to color match my skin. Yay! So I sent these embarrassing pics of myself with no makeup, whatever, and you know what I got back from the "professional?" One sentence: "I recommend you choose our product line for fair skin." Wow, thank God that after 52 years of blond hair, blue eyes and 100 million-billion SPF sunscreen I finally found a "professional" to tell me to choose shades designed for fair skin.
Ladies remember, the women in the videos are not trying to do it themselves, you know because of the one gal who says "IF I can get these results I'm definitely GOING TO TRY THIS AT HOME." They are having real professionals do it for them for the commercial. They are not doing it themselves.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Ok, if you're still going to get this, make sure you fill out the warranty registration as soon as it arrives because you might lose your paperwork and they insist on you taking a picture of it and uploading it to them as proof that you purchased their item. I simply don't understand that. Don't they keep records of the fact that they took money out of my bank account and shipped me their product? Why do I have to prove that I bought it?
My first system, the Air Compressor, went out. My second system, the Stylus, won't spray worth a crud. It takes 20 minutes to get through 4 drops of makeup, and that's not enough coverage, so I have to keep doing more. It takes me 10 times longer to do my makeup with this than regular makeup, and I'm never as satisfied.
The perfect color match is non-existent. It just doesn't happen no matter what combination I use. The translucent powder turns me orange and looks caked, and I don't put on that much.
The instructional videos are very vague and generic. They don't give enough information about which product to use with which, like Eraser, Enhancer, Porcelain, Boost-it, and X-out.