This is the Flat to Fab mascara and it is pretty damn awesome. It didn't do as well on my lashes as the Buxom, but it did do a damn fine job. I'd say this is one of the best drug store mascaras I've tried to date. Pity my eyes hated it. While this is a great mascara, I'd say to stay away if you have sensitive skin. This stuff made my eyes water, itch, and sting something awful and I've never had trouble with another Hard Candy product. Unfortunately, even the best mascara doesn't look so great once you've cried it all off. If you don't have sensitive skin, however, this is one you should check out.
On to the lash tinsel! This is made to go over a plan mascara, according to the directions, and god do I love this stuff. This is the only glitter mascara I've ever had actually come out glittery, and it looks GORGEOUS when worn with Sephora Eye Glitter. I guess the magic in this is that it is made to be worn over another mascara, therefore the glitter gets to shine to its full potential, and it does. Serious twinkly lashes, for sure, and the glitter actually stayed put and didn't fall all over my face throughout the day and, oddly, this one didn't make my allergies go apeshit the way the other mascara did.
This is what drew me to the kit in the first place. Take Me Out Liner. It looked super glittery and the Make Up For Ever one I have is a metallic purple Aqua Eyes, so I was hoping for something comparable. Did I find it?
Well, not exactly. Kitteh is helping me review it and she isn't too impressed, either.
Overall, I'd say the set was worth $4 just to find a good glitter mascara, though I can at least work with the purple liner. The Flat to Fab, however, isn't going to make the cut since my skin is ridiculously sensitive, which is sad as it is such a good product. Verdict? Unless you have sensitive skin, go for it.