This cream is really good for the money (I managed to nab it for £4 last month - using a Boots No.7 £5 off voucher, so even better). Nice consistency, not too thick and not too runny (it's actually slightly thicker than the No.7 Essential Moisture Night Cream). It absorbs into the skin well and doesn't interfere with make-up (as long as you apply it about half an hour or so before applying your make-up). I'll definitely be buying this product again!
I bought the xmas set of these polishes - a set of six of which 3 are shiny, bright metallic and the other 3 are bright pastel colours. The colours are lovely but i found that they chipped very easily, however, it may be down to the fact that I don't use a top/base coat. The polish can take a long time to dry but that said the colours are great and very noticeable.
Imagine your face was a canvas painting and you put some paint on and it looked bad well that's exactly the way this primer is. If it doesn't react with your skin properly everything else just doesn't work. Your make-up ends becoming a patchy mess.
This is a fab. priced product and it can also be used for dry skin patches and sorting stray hairs and frizzes. (There's a new champage one out in Superdrug/Boots which I am going to get in the next couple of days).
If you're looking for a new quick fix make-up get this. (It was selling in Superdrug last week (w/c 22.10.12) for £8.99 - normally £11.99 whichever way it's still a great price for such a fab product. It could probably outdo a lot of premium make-up brands.