1. Urban Decay 24/7 liners
Because they smudge like crazy on me. To be honest all eyeliners smudge on me but Avon's Supershock liners and Milani pencils generally last between 4-8 hours of wear (depending on weather, humidity, how oily my skin is etc) whilst Urban Decay's smudge after just an hour or so.
2. NARS blushes
3. Revlon Colourstay foundation
4. Benefit makeup in general (minus maybe Creaseless Cream Shadows)
5. Sigma eyeshadow palettes
I watched all these "gurus" on youtube talk about how amazing these new Sigma palettes are and ordered them without a second thought. When they arrived I was so, so disappointed.
They aren't bad palettes by any means. It's just that I had expected the pigmentation to be outstanding and I don't think it was. I also think that they are overpriced for what they are. For makeup beginners these would make good palettes, but for intermediate level and above I just don't think they are that impressive.
It's funny how after I'd ordered these palettes I watched gossmakeupartist and hollyannaeree's reviews on these palettes and they both said exactly what I had been thinking. If I had seen their vids before I would have been less inclined to buy the Sigma palettes. So I went back and looked at the other vids that had raved about the Sigma palettes and saw that they had been sent the palettes for free. Yeah, I know people say that doesn't affect their reviews but clearly it does. Average palettes for a hefty price of $35 and shipping to the UK = not worth the hassle. You can get better palettes cheaper.