I love Avon products and I want you to love them too. It is very important to get the right product that works for you, which is sometimes harder than it looks. Purchasing the right product the first time is a very important step in loving a product. First impressions only happen once!
While I rate a lot of products on this blog, keep in mind that these reviews are coming from my experience, and are based on my personal preferences, as well as what I perceive the majority of women’s preferences to be. These preferences may not be your preferences. If you are not sure about a rating, please feel free to try it for yourself. Avon has a 100% satisfaction guarantee backed by an excellent return policy. Whether you order the product from me, my website, or another representative, you can return the product for a full refund or an exchange.
To help you understand the rating system, there are descriptions of each feature that I rate. These are guidelines that help both me and you understand what is expected. If you have any questions or suggestions about these ratings, please let me know.
The coverage rating is based on how well the product covers. This applies specifically to how makeup covers the applicable area, or how skin care products cover and go on. basically, if the product covers well, it will get a higher rating than one that does not. The table below will explain each star rating in more detail.
The weight rating is how it feels. For makeup, it is based on how the makeup feels while being worn throughout the day. For other products, it is based on how it feels while in use and/or if it noticeably weights you down throughout the day after use. For example, if a hair product makes your hair feel heavy all day after use, then it will receive a low weight rating. Check out the table below for more details.
The durability rating is based on how long the product lasts. For makeup, the best ratings will be for make-up that lasts all day. For other products, it will depend on what it is as to what amount of time the durability will be based on. Below are some guidelines for each of the star ratings available for this category.
This rating is basically asking ‘What extra benefits does it have?’ If there are extra benefits other than the obvious, then the benefit rating will go up. If the product doesn’t have any extra benefits, then it will be based on if it does what it is suppose to. For more explanation, please refer to the table below.
This rating is the simplest one of them all. The lower the price in respect to the quality of the product, the higher the rating. Of course then the opposite is also true in that if a product is priced very high, then it will receive a lower score. The idea of high or low pricing will be based on the general price for any similar product on the market right now. Check out the table below if you want to see the set of guidelines for each star rating.
This is, of course, the overall rating and will usually coincide with the 5 ratings listed above. If you need further explanation, check out the guidelines in the table below.
|One Star: Product is very poor overall.|
|Two Stars: Product is below average overall.|
|Three Stars: Product is average overall.|
|Four Stars: Product is above average overall.|
|Five Stars: Product is excellent.|