What is the best makeup-removing cleansing balm, cleansing oil or cleansing milk? I wear foundation and I need something that actually dissolves makeup and doesn't just glide over it. I like Eve Lom's Cleanser, but want to try something new.
I'm looking for a new pore cleanser for my nose. I've really noticed my super-clogged pores on my nose over the past few months and I'm tired of it! The gunk is practically sticking out of my nose and my makeup just sits on top of it and makes it look worse! I've tried the bosia peel-off masks in black and white, the biore nose strips, st ives apricot exfoliator, neutrogena alcohol free toner and nothing works!! What's your go to pore unclogging item? I'm desperate!
hey guys! im black and my hair is really coarse and curly. i feel like my hair isn't even growing. My hair is always in briads and i only leave my natural hair down for about a day is that the problem? i stopped perming my hair about a year ago and i need help. any advice? * title should be Coarse hair dilema
Hi, I am currently using the Benefit Fake-Up Underye Hydrating Concealer in Medium (02). I wanted to switch to another concealer that's best for the underye area, provides a bit more coverage than the one I'm currently using, and is brightening (perhaps to double as an under eye highlighter). Any suggestions on recommended brightening concealers, and what shade do you think I'd be based on the one I am using now which is in Medium. I have combination/oily skin, medium olive tone color. Thanks!
I am using MAC studio tech foundation for years now. I have acne prone skin and mild rosacea and mac doesn't make me break out. However it started to feel really heavy on my face. What type of foundation would you recommend? I am looking for full coverage cream foundation and i wouldn't want to spend more than $40 on it. I am color NW20 in MAC Studio Tech. Thank you.
I recently purchased the Too Faced Born This Way foundation and I am completely in love with it, but my oily skin is not. Are there any suggestions for foundations that give a similiar look as the Too Faced, but is better for oily skin?
Hi there, I would love to have a corrector for redness/rosecea, preferably the same consistency as a primer and maybe even for wear on its own on good skin days. I read so many reviews saying that the different redness corrective products didn't work for them so now I don't know which one to pick? Would it be better to go for a concealer product instead? Thank you.
Hi guys! I'm trying to choose between the Olivia Palermo x Ciate smouldering eye palette and the Too faced chocolate Bon bons palette. Is there anyone who owns both and can compare the quality for me? Or even just vote which one seems better. I don't own a lot of eye-shadow palettes, and I am looking for great quality eye-shadows. Thanks for your help!
What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than some much-needed beauty love? These looks are perfect for a night in or out! From makeup to fragrance, we’ve jotted down a step-by-step guide to feeling beautiful, no matter where you are. –Lauren P.
Step 1: Turn heads with a pretty-in-pink look with Benefit Cosmetics Dandelion Wishes Baby-Pink Makeup Set . Whether you want to go super romantic or cool girl, this five-piece set of makeup essentials has it all for the complexion, lips, and eyes. Create alluring eyes with Roller Lash. Get tinted lips with Posieblam or flaunt a baby-pink lip with the super-smooth Dandelion Ultra Plush Lip Gloss. The how-to card makes it a snap to achieve dreamy makeup looks.
Step 2: Take your mane to new heights with Drybar Tame Your Mane ! Even if you’re giving yourself a va-va voom ‘do in spite of V-Day, feel free to make it easy on yourself. This trio of hair essentials features Hot Toddy to shield strands from the effects of styling. Then create sleek, curled, or wavy looks with Tress Press, a digital styling iron with temperature control for quick, safe styling. Finish it off with the 100 Proof, an oil perfect for adding shine while banishing frizz and flyaways.
Step 3: Spritz. It. On. Envelope skin with the bright scent of fresh florals of Marc Jacobs’ Daisy Blush . This dewy blend of water lily and pear provides a sparkling fragrance with a drydown that lingers with subtle hints of honeysuckle-meets-warm woods. Spirited and vibrant, you’ll be tempted to mist it on this flirty perfume for days to come.
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I've seen quite a few posts on BT about sensitive skin and problems people need help with. I thought it may also be fitting to have a space for people to complain about the difficulties of sensitive skin among sympathetic readers, as well as possibly look for advice and recommendations. It can be so annoying sometimes and no one quite gets it like other people with sensitive skin. Skin type: Combination oily/oily, hypersensitive skin with eczema (developed 6 years ago) Complaint: I recently tried the Nars Radiant Tinted Moisturizer and fell in love. I mean, in love . As someone with usually combination oily/oily skin, I usually shy away from anything with the words "radiant" or "luminous". However, it works in a way that my skin is glowy (in this less-than-glowy New England weather) without looking oily. Alas, it seems like it's not to be because the Octinoxate sunscreen. I have had a problem with chemical sunscreens for a few years. However, my lips have recently been more tolerable of them, so I thought that maaaayybbe the same could be said for my face. Alas, that is not the case. I can't stand the limited options that sensitive skin can bring. Oh, to be able to use almost any product...I dream of it.
I am 45 and looking for a skincare line that is right for me. My skin has been acting up lately - probably because of trying new products to find the right one. I am looking for a line that would help me with anti-aging issues, dry skin and small breakouts around the nose area. It is not rosacea I have been told, but definitely irritated skin. So bottom line is my skin is sensitive and dry. I would like to try a line that is paraben free and more on the natural side, but I understand some of the chemicals are needed for the anti-aging. Any advise is greatly appreciated!!! Thank you in advance for any info you all can give me.
So first off I have super dry, sensitive skin and the reddest cheeks ever! So straight away thats an issue for me, and heavy foundations make it look like around my cheeks somebody has gotten a pin and pricked loads of holes! So anyway, I have tried using to colour iq with Sephora on the website, but since I'm in the UK I can't go to a store. So I've done it with two foundations I've used. I tried with my Estee Lauder Double Wear and I'm 1c1 cool bone which puts me at a 1y03. However when I try my Bare Minerals Bare Skin which is porcelain I come up with a 2y03. So I don't know what to do and what colour to do with as it gives me completely different shades and I don't want to order something, open it and discover its the wrong colour as I would literally be devastated as I don't mind spending money on a good foundation but if its too dark or doesn't sit right with my dry skin I wouldn't want to spend loads of money. Please can you help! I would appreciate it greatly!
I have tried numerous samples...trying to find a foundation to cover my imperfections...but I do not want anything thick and cakey that I have to use a beauty blender to blend it out...I prefer to se a brush. My hunt is still on to find the right one, I have normal to combination skin, definitely not oily..I prefer liquid foundation please help!
Little help ladies. I fell in love with the color Nice n Spicy pro long wear lip liner by mac only i could fine a lipstick in that same or similar shade /: any help?(: i love the orange /peach/ terracotra under tone to it.
can someone explain this to me. i just don't get it. there was so much hype and i got the highlighter which was basically a glitter stick (and i haven't liked glitter like that since my 4th grade art projects) and the lip/cheek thing that was greasy. it's supposed to be high concept, low maintenance so why are there 85 products if it is about the no-makeup look and low maintenance. seems like they tried to manufacture a brand and make it cool and launch a bunch of random stuff...deodarent anyone?!! ha! but the quality is way off and the packaging looks very cheap in person (worse than on sephora.com) and doesn't even function properly. you twist stuff up and it won't go down. anyone share my thoughts?
I am 21 years old, and my skin is super dry because of the winter weather, but oily in the summer. I struggle with a little bit of acne (that is clearing up), acne scars, uneven texture, and uneven skin tone. I was looking to add a serum, if I needed it? Would adding the OLE HENRIKSEN Truth Serum help with any of that? My current skin care routine: AM Shiseido Pureness Foaming Cleanser (if my skin is very oily) Shiseido Pureness Toner Philosophy Take a Deep Breath Moisturizer Sunscreen PM Makeup Remover Wipes Shiseido Pureness Foaming Cleanser Shiseido Pureness Toner May Coop Raw Sauce Peter Thomas Roth AHA/BHA Acne Clearing Gel Shiseido White Lucent Moisturizing Cream Tarte Maracuja Oil or Farsali Rose Gold Elixir Any info helps, thank you!