The only product I’ve tried is the eyeshadow palette. I own the Sinner palette. In my opinion, the texture and pigmentation is quite impressive. I find that I don’t have to re-dip my brush into the shadow as much to get good pigmentation. The only downfall, at least for me, is that it does take mild patience to blend them out completely. I’ve noticed that I reach for some of my MAC shadows or UD shadows to help blend out the Kat Von D colors I apply in the crease. I hope this was helpful.
I had been using the KVD mascara until recently and I really liked it – I actually liked it better than MAC. The only reason I changed was because I wanted something different to switch things up. I would def use it again in the future. :)
I swatched the foundation at a Sephora a few weeks ago; I’d say it’s pretty full coverage. I forgot to ask for a sample at checkout, though; otherwise I’d have tried it out properly. (I don’t live near enough to one to readily go back.)
I tried Kat Von D’s lock it tattoo foundation. At first i was thrilled with it, but by the end of the day it like swifted in some places on my face and broke me out, so i had to take it back (now i’m in love with the Nars sheer glow foundation). So it’s not for everyone, but if you want something seriously full coverage try a sample from Sephora :)
I have a few of her palettes, including Metal Orchestra and True Love. Be forewarned: all of her palettes (except for the tattoo chronicles books) come with a cream shadow that will dry out after a few weeks. The rest of the colors, though, are all nicely pigmented, smooth, and blendable. My only complaint is that there is a bit too much powdery fallout for shadows at this price point. Whenever I use any of her palettes, I keep a fan brush on hand to brush away any fallout and usually I have no problems. I do think that $34 is a bit steep for palettes that have fairly dupeable colors and some fallout, but they’re a good value when Sephora puts them on sale.
I have the foundation. It is very full coverage. To lighten it up a bit, I mix it with MUFE HD Elixir. One pump of foundation with one drop of elixir is plenty for my entire face when applied with a moist sponge – eliminates the cakey look this foundation can have if applied full strength. I probably won’t buy it again but if you have blemishes or roscea to cover, it would work for you.