I stumbled upon ShopMissA a long time ago and actually got these items awhile back so they're probably not in stock anymore. Anyway, everything on that site is $1 each so there are some things that are definitely worth the buck, and some that are not. For example, eyeshadow palettes are seriously worth getting to try out but sharpeners for a dollar? You can get them cheaper at the stationery store.
I picked up a range of items from eyeliners to blush to lipstick so here's my rundown of everything. If you're curious to see how all this makeup came together to form a look, then watch the video!
Amuse 2-in-1 Foundation Stick
(Natural Pink)This blush comes with a mirror and brush on the flip side and the pigmentation is pretty decent for a dollar. It's a very pretty pink for a natural touch to the cheeks and I think I will be using it often. The only downside of this is that the packaging is very bulky for single blush palette.
KleanColor Tanned Rawr Matte Bronzer
Elf Cosmetics Shimmering Facial Whip
Elf Cosmetics Brightening Eye Shadow
The white shade is pretty much useless since it does not pick up no matter how hard I dig for pigment. It doesn't transfer on as well. The other shades have good pigmentation for the price and they are in a satin metallic finish. Not too glittery or shimmery. No fallout and it lasted a whole day the last time I used it.
LA Colors Eyeshadow
(Wine & Roses)
All of these swatched well considering they were only a dollar. Plus, you get five shades in this one so you can create a few looks with it. These are pinky purply toned with a satin metallic finish.
LA Colors Eyeshadow
This palette is more of a cool-toned blue grey themed palette to create the classic smokey eye look. The darkest shade isn't very intense though, so it's not going to smoke your eye a lot. I think the Elf eyeshadow palette would do a better job in creating a smokey eye look. Not much variation to this one since the shades are on the same spectrum.
The white and black LA Colors pencil had a sticky texture and was hard to apply. That wouldn't sit well on the eyes, I bet. The Elf pencil is smoother but not quite as black. Not sure about the brand name of the third one but it looks the best out of all the eyeliner pencils.
Beauty Treats Lip Scrub
A little goes a long way with this one. One swipe is all you need to exfoliate your lips since it is packed with lots of grains and nut shells. It's a really good product for $1 and very useful as well. It does feel sticky but I guess that's because of the petroleum jelly that is typical in lip balms. It smells super yummy though, so that is a plus for this product.
KleanColor Everlasting Lipsticks
(Pretty Pink & Iced Pink)
First off, these are not everlasting at all. They apply sheer and feel like lip balms to me. Pretty pink is a true baby pink shade with lots of silver glitters. This one looks like icing on a cake but tends to wash me out. Iced Pink is a peachy pink with gold glitters. As much as I dislike gold on my skin, this one is not overpowering so I'll take it.