Just noticed that all of the spring stuff is showing up (early as always) but the thread is still specific to Winter (which it is...but tell the brands). So what have you found, dear BTers, that is new on Sephora...
I don't have dark circles but my eyes always look tired. I'm in my early 20's. I just had a baby so my face always looks tired no matter how much sleep I get. I don't have wrinkles and not really any bags. I just want something to help my face look more awake. I don't wear makeup either. Some one help!!
Hi, I was looking for a new foundation and tried several different samples and now my face broke out. I think I will just stick to what I was using but in the mean time what can I use to cover them up or to conceal them because I have picked them (I know I shouldn't have)...any good products out there to conceal? Pleas help...almost embarrassed to go to work:-(
I have a sensitive skin and also a oil type. Therefore, i need to clean my face completely to remove make up or I will get many acnes. I am looking for a strong cleaner to remove all general face make up. I have already had a sensitive eye cleaner.
My lashes are still there, but no matter how long I apply it, mascara just doesn't go on anymore. Unless I put on primer/lash conditioner, the mascara doesn't "stick" onto the lashes. What's going on? This is maddening.
My wedding is coming up in a few months and I am wearing a strapless dress. I have always had problems with red acne on my back and white/black heads on my chest. It is not nearly as bad as it was when I was younger (I am now 26). I have been using the Dr. Gross alpha/beta exfoliating wipes and have not seen much if any difference. I did like that they sluffed off my dead skin cells though and they were easy to use (especially for hard to reach places such as my back). I am looking for a product that will help clear up any breakouts as well as make my skin look smoother with less dark spots from old acne scars. It has to be easy to use!!
Hi everyone, The title says it all... to my fellow coppery redheads out there: what is your go-to product for an everyday red lip? Ideally, I'd like something sheer and long-lasting but with good color payoff. Thank you!
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.
I really need help for my skin care routine I am 18 I have many wrinkle lines and very patchy dry horrible looking skin I want to stop wearing make up for a while do you guys have any scrubs cleansers creams that I should you to go back to my silky smooth baby skin?Horrible skin, 18 years old
i just received YSL Vernis A Levres Glossy stain in color 13 from Sephora online but the packaging looks different. The YSL logo is black instead of red/pink & the color written is Rose Tempera instead of Rose Tempura. Is it fine, does someone have any clue about this ?
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!
Hi! I'm thinking about picking up the Nars Soft Velvet Loose Powder. I tried to use the Color IQ but I don't think this powder is on there. I wear either a 3.0 or a 4.0 in the UD Naked Skin Foundation (depending on the time of year). What shade would you recommend? Thanks!
So recently I wanted to find a mascara primer or a conditioner that would help my natural lashes grow, and we all have those no makeup days and i would always look at my natural lashes and see them as small. So does anyone have any recommendations?
So i've been wearing makeup for about a year now. I have tried several different foundations and primers and used several different tools to apply and my foundation ALWAYS looks cakey or looks separated on my skin. No matter what primer, moisturizer, or foundation i use my foundation finish is just so cakey looking. Ive practiced all of these techniques and nothing has worked. I use a beauty blender most of the time but i have a lot of redness/acne so i sometimes use a brush for more coverage. Even when i use the blender(damp) it looks cakey. I will normally use the Kat Von D lock it tattoo foundation but it will cake so easily and its very noticeable. I have combo skin so i have matte and dewy foundations. I find that dewy looks abit more better but the coverage doesnt work because i dont want to look dewy if you can just see my acne/redness. Im thinking about going into sephora sometime this month and getting the Too Faced Born This Way foundation because it gives a nice finish and seems to not look cakey in the tutorials ive seen. So my questions are..Can anybody please suggest some tips on some primers or moisturizers that wont make my makeup look cakey. What are some foundations that give a more dewy look but with full coverage? Whats the best way to layer foundation for a more full coverage look without it caking? if u can help, thanks!
I recently heard from a friend that Girlacktic was (or has, she didnt specify time and she told me a while ago) coming to Canada and would be sold at sephora, has anyone heard this? Does anyone know if its true or know when and if it is coming to sephoras in Canada? Holding its true and not hear say but ya never know ay?
I have really oily skin and acne scars I have been looking for a foundation with great coverage and a matte finish. I've been searching for a while now and still nothing. Also looking for a good contour kit. I have a small scar(one of many) on one side of my face to when I contour the powder doesn't catch on. Help please?
I would really love some help. I really would love to know what shade for my skin tone I need. Every time when I was at a photoshoot every time people use different products and I have no idea what shade or keep track. I would love to know what is a great recommended face primer, the whole list to contour my face. I am very pale lol. I call it the "phantom" skin tone. I swear I feel like you can see my veins lol. I plan on going to the sephora store that open a while ago. Any advice would be great
So for the past couple of years I've been using the 100% Argan oil daily and my skin loves it! I started with Argan when my skin got increasingly sensitive because I knew Argan was one of the top ways to get your skin to absorb maximum quantities of Vitamin E, which had historically be a great healer for my skin. Now my skin is still very sensitive, but is willing to tolerate some other products so I have been wondering about whether it made sense to either replace Argan oil entirely with a blended oil in my regime, or use a different oil in connection with it to get maximum benefits. Other than being sensitive (and allergic to almonds), my skin tends to be a bit dry, particularly during the height of summer and winter when central air systems blast, but not so dry the rest of the time that I'd classify it as truly dry. I'm also in my thirties and although I've aged well, most women in my family don't so I'd love to maximize my anti-aging benefits. I'd wondered about adding something like Sunday Riley's Juno, Algenists' oil, marula oil, Kate Somerville's Dilo, Nude's oils, or one of the other options that people with sensitive skin love. Any suggestions or thoughts???