I can't figure out why my points on my beauty insider card online shows I only have 42 points but I know for a fact I have more then that as the 42 points is what I ordered online, I buy more things in the store... can someone help ? it's so frustrating.
I am making this thread entirely about Korean skin care products to be used for oily skin. After my daily skin routine every morning, my skin immediately gets greasy after applying toner, moisturizer and cetaphil's moisturizing cream with rose water and glycerin under my eyes. I use Laneige's pore control bb cushion but it still makes my skin oily. Are there any good Korean face mists or skin care that hydrates my skin but gives a matte texture at the same time ? What are some good steps or routines that I should change? I am annoyed with having to go through 1-2 blotting sheets every day
Hello. What color would I be in the pro finish if I was matched to 203 in the duo mat? Currently, I am using the color 'Nude' in the Hourglass Immaculate Powder Liquid Foundation. I want to use the pro finish mainly for touch ups.
Hi, hope you can help! Is the Burburry Cahmere Flawless Soft Matte Foundation oil-free? Also, do you know if this foundation is friendly to sensitive skin that has mild rosacea? Love the foundation yet have noticed my skin does not feel "happy" since I started using it. I have been trying many new products in a short time frame so not sure if the foundation is the culprit or something else. Any info. you have on this foundation and reactions with sensitive skin would be so very appreciated! Many thanks!
Ok so I'm debating between three color correcting pallets, taste rainforest of the sea color correcting pallet, stila's color correcting pallet and makeup forever color correcting pallet. I want something not too cakey but not too watery either. Creamy texture is preferred and they are all around the same price range so I'm not worried about that. Thanks everyone for their feedback!
What is the major difference between the Murad Age Reform (purple) and Resurgence (green). I am 37 and a consultant in the Sephora store told me one was for my age and one was not but I can't remember . Thanks!
I live in South Louisiana...highest humidity ever! You can't make it to car without sweating. Soooo I wanted to see if anyone had recommendations for the following that are waterproof longwear and hold up in hot humid weather 1.foundation 2.concealer (any tarte longwear fans? 3. transluscent powder/ and do I need pressed too....This baking trend is making me think it could be an option to help makeup stay sealed (also anyone feeling the tarte transluscent" Thanks guys for reading the essay! Feel free to give me any other ideas you have to make all the work i put into makeup last longer than five mintes!
Love this product! Would purchase for the brush itself. At first I was worried you would be able to see the difference between the pencil and my eyebrows, but it is so natural and long lasting. Definitely recommend!
I know that Sephora does not carry Real Techniques, but I was wondering if any one who has been purchasing them since they cam out have noticed a difference in the product? I just went yesterday to purchase a new one because my old on was quite beat up. I just used my new one today, and I must say I was very disappointed. The old one blew up a lot bigger when you wet it under the sink and was very bouncy and picked up the perfect amount of product, but the new one i bought barley grows any bigger when wetted and when I went to start blending my foundation a lot of the product just stuck to it and it was not nearly as bouncy as the old one. Has any on else had this issue or noticed this?
I just had to change my moisturizer from NUDE to REN Clean Skincare. I use the Sunday Riley Night Oil and forgot to ask the store expert if I can continue to use it along with the REN Radiance Perfection Serum at night? If so, which do I use first?
Hi I am 33 years old and am looking for a great ant-aging serum that is safe to use throughout pregnancy and breast feeding. I have started to see fine lines, dark spots, and enlarged pores so I need help. Any advice/feedback is greatly appreciated!
I'm 32 years old and live in Mississauga. I have seen few lines coming and wrinkles under my eyes. I thought of using anti wrinkle cream to get rid of it. I feel very much depressed when everyone asks me if I'm in my 50's, so one of my friends asked me to go for the non-surgical procedure from mclean clinic in my locality ( http://www.mcleanclinic.com/nonsurgical-procedures /non-surgical/lines-wrinkles/ ). I have just heard about injectable fillers and botox treatment but don't know much about it. I would like to know if I should consider non-surgical procedure or buy good products that help to get rid of it. Also, I would love to get advice on great products or remedies.
Hi! I'm looking for a blush that is a similar shade to Sephora's rose petal no. 08. I believe rose petal has been discontinued so even if it is a different brand if anyone knows of a product similar I'd appreciate it. Thanks!
Almost every foundation I've tried the color is either too orange or too light. I have fair skin but it's not fair enough to need the lightest shade. I was using estee lauder double wear in shade 1n2 ecru and out of all the shades it is the one that almost matches but it is still too orange. Now I use Lancome tient idole ultra in shade 140 ivory and dual finish powder in 130 porcelain ivory and even though they are neutral tones they still make me look super orange also. What tone then would I be to get the perfect match foundation where I won't look too white or too orange?
Hi guys, I recently purchased the Eve Lom oil free radiance foundation. I love the color, staying power and the way it makes my skin feel but I have the hardest time applying it. It's on the thicker side and doesn't spread that well. I try to work in smaller sections and apply thinly but I find it looks weird and patchy in certain parts of my face. Every once in a while I manage to apply it perfectly and it looks great but I haven't been able to figure out what the difference is. I use the hourglass primer and always do it after proper skincare. I also find that putting on powder afterwards sometimes sets it nicely and other times creates almost a weird marbled pattern on my phase. Anyone here with this foundation and tips on applying? I've tried brush, beauty blender, fingers, you name it. Thoughts?
A newbie here...I need a primer that is not too shiny. I'm just applying some concealer and contour my face a bit that is all. So I need something that looks pretty natural and is not too "heavy" on my face. Any ideas what I could use?
I recently purchased this concealer online. When I received it I tested it right away. I found that the Fairly Light Natural shade had a strong pink undertone and won't match my skin (Light-Light/Medium with Neutral/Beige tones).. Does anyone have a suggestion as to which colour I should try instead? Thanks!