It’s hard to get a good review of a product when you’re a brand.
A few years ago, the popular indie makeup brand Fiera was a popular name, but it’s a shame that it’s not available anymore.
For one, the company is owned by Fendi, the French conglomerate that has long been the king of luxury brands.
And there’s no reason to believe that the brand will ever return to its former glory.
It’s been a while since the company released a product with the word “shroud” in it.
“This is not a good formula,” said one customer.
“I can’t even think of a good word to describe this.
It smells really gross.
I think this is the worst mascara I’ve ever used.
It doesn’t really do anything for my lashes, it doesn’t cover any of the imperfections on my lashes.”
Another customer complained that she’d been “stressed out by the price.”
“It’s really expensive.
I don’t really want it,” she said.
“When you go to other brands for the same product, they can make a lot more money out of it.”
Another Fiera customer complained about the packaging.
“It has a really small tube.
It is a little bit like a plastic bag.
The plastic is not very thick, so I think it will only last about an hour.
It looks like a big piece of plastic,” she added.
Another customer also commented on how the packaging made the product seem more expensive.
“Its really hard to tell where the product ends and the tube starts,” she told BuzzFeed News.
“There’s really little to no branding on the product.”
Other reviews are similarly critical.
One Fiera buyer told BuzzFeed that she had been “sickened” by the company’s packaging.
Another said that the product “doesn’t feel like it should be there,” while another complained about “the horrible smell.”
“I have never had such bad experiences with a mascara product before,” the buyer told the publication.
“If the packaging doesn’t look like a tube of mascara, then it’s probably not worth purchasing.”
One blogger described the product as “shocking” and “gross.”
“Fiera cosmetics has a terrible reputation for not caring about quality and quality doesn’t mean a product is bad.
You can tell that the quality of the product has been sacrificed for the sake of cheap, disposable product,” wrote one customer on the website The Beauty Lab.
Another user on the site asked if the product had been tested, “if it really was a mascara.”
“Fiera does not have the best reputation, but if you are an experienced makeup artist, then this is a no-brainer for you,” a product manager for the brand told BuzzFeed.
“The only way to get an honest review is to buy directly from the brand.”
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