Beauty Tuesdays | Kopari

I’ts Tuesday! So, you guys already know what that means! Time for another Beauty Tuesdays post! I have had the chance to work with a lovely brand bamed “ Kopari “ but as you all know by now all opinions are my own & you know I keep it 100 with you guys!

First item that I want to talk about and review for you guys would be the “ Coconut Melt “. It is organic coconut oil that can be used in your hair, on your skin…you name it!

Pros:  

My skin is moisturized and the smell isn’t overpowering. It’s light & that is always a plus in my book. This is so perfect since itms currently winter & my skin dries out super fast! I mix a bit of the coconut oil with my cocoa butter for baby soft skin.

Cons: 

Because I suffer from an overly sensative scalp. Which by the way it was never like this before. It happened when I received my last ‘ relaxer ‘ and after that my scalp has never been the same. I did try this out as a mask & definitely regretted it right after I rinsed my hair. I had a terrible reaction so I decided that maybe using it on my scalp isn’t the best option for me right now.

Another con would be the price. If I was to venture into Sephora and came across this product. I probably wouldn’t spend $40 on it. I feel like that would be the only downfall. If you love this product & you have the money then all means I recommend this product! But if you are on a budget then I wouldn’t recommend this!

Next product would be the “ Coconut Crush Scrub “.

Pros: 

This is by far the best body scrub I have ever used! Just like the Coconut Melt this Scrub smells divine. You apply it before on dry skin then rinse it off & shower as usual. When I first used this product….my skin was glowing & it felt great! It just felt like the troubles from the day was washed away.

Cons: 

There is none! This is something I would definitely invest in regardless of the price.

Last product on the list would be the  “ Coconut Kiss Kit “. I got shades Mai Thai, Hibiskiss & Pinkini.

So, I swatched these on my wrist at first and I wasn’t 100% covinced whether or not I would like the shades on my actual lips. Pinkini wasn’t my cuppa tea because I prefere darker shades & this one was a little too bright on me.

Then came Mai Thai. I actually blended it with a matte lipstick 2 shades a bit darker and I loved it! It wasn’t as bad & I knew I could have made it work! A keeper!

Last would be Hibiskiss. This is the only shade that I wore alone but dabbed so it wasn’t shiny.

Overall, I give this brand a 8/10!

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