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Old 08-13-2008, 12:14 PM   #346
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LMPA, what company's liner brush are you using? I have a MAC one and I'm looking to get a new one (I got it as part of a pack and it's the mini one so it's really short and that bugs me).

I just use a cheap drugstore one. I can't bring myself to pay $25 or more for a makeup brush.
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Old 08-13-2008, 07:28 PM   #347
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Ladies, I need some advise. I have a skin condition called Rosea. It causes redness on my cheeks, even in the wintertime. Can you tell me of a good foundation or concealer that would look natural? Like my Irish ancestors, I am fair skinned.
My daughter is a VERY fair skinned redhead and she used to have redness on her cheeks too. The Bare Minerals powder was AMAZING at covering the red and looking completely natural (and it's good for your skin). It's the one that comes in all the different foundation colors, NOT the "mineral veil", which isn't good for your skin.
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Old 08-13-2008, 08:12 PM   #348
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Not only is it easy, but it doesn't give you the horrible smudges.
Really? I must not be doing it right. Every time i try the shadow ends up under my eyes in a few hours.

I use liquid eyeliner pretty exclusively. My sister has one of those sets that turns any eyeshadow into liquid eyeliner. I think it's by Urban Decay.
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Old 09-03-2008, 04:46 PM   #349
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Not really make up, but it's skin related...

I just got the Dermalogica face wash (Special Cleansing Gel) and moisturiser (Skin Smoothing Gel) and oooh it's lovely. My skin has a tendency to be a bit rubbish - dry, but with big honking spots like I'm a teenager, instead of 31. But this stuff is great, really calms my skin and makes it feel lovely.

It's pretty pricey, about £35 for each (ouch!) although I found it online for a total of £50 for both. Yes, it's dear, but worth it for the benefit to my skin and not having to stress so much about spots any more

www.dermalogica.com/

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Old 09-03-2008, 05:17 PM   #350
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I have to go to Sephora to get some Bare Escentuals foundation. Does anyone use it? They started carrying NUDE products too, so I'm thinking of getting the facial wash and cleansing water toner.
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Old 09-03-2008, 08:55 PM   #351
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I haven't tried Bare Escentuals, but Nude is awesome. They haven't started carrying at the Canadian Sephoras yet So enjoy that..
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Old 09-03-2008, 09:32 PM   #352
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^One of my best friends uses Bare Minerals, and she loves it. I want more opinions before I spend the money on it, though.
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Old 09-03-2008, 09:45 PM   #353
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My daughter uses the Bare Minerals face powder/foundation. It is AMAZING, no lie. It was recommended to us by a skin care specialist and dermatologist because it doesn't hurt your skin. It looks very natural on. Just don't get the mineral veil, as that does have ingredients that can cause break outs, but the regular powder that comes in all the different shades is
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My daughter uses the Bare Minerals face powder/foundation. It is AMAZING, no lie. It was recommended to us by a skin care specialist and dermatologist because it doesn't hurt your skin. It looks very natural on. Just don't get the mineral veil, as that does have ingredients that can cause break outs, but the regular powder that comes in all the different shades is
Thanks! It looks really good on my friend. I think I'm going to get it when I hit up Sephora in a few weeks.
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Old 09-03-2008, 10:04 PM   #355
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ok ladies---without going back through 24 pages, please help I dropped my almost-gone blush today and now there's a mess on the rug. anyway, I'm not partial to any brand of blush...any suggestions?
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Old 09-03-2008, 10:11 PM   #356
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ok ladies---without going back through 24 pages, please help I dropped my almost-gone blush today and now there's a mess on the rug. anyway, I'm not partial to any brand of blush...any suggestions?
I definately recommend Nars or Stila both are at Sephora
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Britt - I have tried Bare Minerals foundation, it's definitely worth it. It gives a real good finish, too.
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I also use Bare Escentuals foundation, mineral veil and warmth for blush.
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Since posting here last, I've gone makeup crazy. I'm wearing either eyeliner, eyeshadow or both everytime I leave the house, and I've recently started wearing lipstick! I have two sticks: Attitude by Sephora and Laetitia's Champagne by L'Oreal. I haven't decided on wearing foundation, blush and such yet. I don't want to overdo anything, but curiosity may just get the worst of me!
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Since posting here last, I've gone makeup crazy. I'm wearing either eyeliner, eyeshadow or both everytime I leave the house, and I've recently started wearing lipstick! I have two sticks: Attitude by Sephora and Laetitia's Champagne by L'Oreal. I haven't decided on wearing foundation, blush and such yet. I don't want to overdo anything, but curiosity may just get the worst of me!
Go for it I'm a make up junkie myself!
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