I've been using Estee Lauder eye shadow primer for the past several years and really love it, but unfortunately, I think it's been discontinued because I'm having trouble finding it. Are there any other great eye shadow primers out there that are good for oily eyelids? I'm interested in a product that will help my eye shadow last all day. Thank you, beauties! Love, Daskala
Hello beauties, I recently went in to see my dermatologist to see what options I might have in terms of treating my acne scars, and he recommended laser treatments for my face. Unfortunately, I can't afford laser, so I've been reading online about other treatments/remedies that are affordable and can be done at home: applying vitamin E oil, tea tree oil, coconut oil, or lemon juice (not all at once, of course). Have any of you tried any one of these remedies? If so, have you had success? Perhaps there is something that has worked for you that I did not mention; please share, as I am desperate in getting rid of these acne scars that have plagued me for years! Thank you in advance for your expertise, recommendations, and input. With love, Daskala Spoiler (Highlight to read)
So one of my friends suggested that I try Smith's Rosebud Salve. One of the ingredients caught my attention, petrolatum. I was told this stuff isn't good for you. Though I've heard different views. Do you think it's perfectly fine to put this on my lips?
I'm hoping to use Dior's Nude BB Cream in tandem with the Lancome Dual Finish for my daily moisturizing/foundation routine. The only foundation that I've found that has ever truly matched my skin tone is Matte Neutralle II by Lancome in their Dual Finish product. I'm fairly pale most of the time, yet have olive to neutral undertones. I'm hoping to get a good BB/CC cream to wear with the dual finish product in order to help treat and cover my acne. I will also be purchasing a new concealer, however I'd rather have this focused exclusively on covering my dark circles, as I find many concealers just cause my sometimes cystic acne to become dry, flaky, and very red, or oily products cause further breakouts. It may be important to note that I'm not 100% set on the Dior Nude BB cream, it's just the one that seems to have the best reviews. I would love to be able to visit in store to swatch everything out, however I am an 8 hour drive from the nearest store. Bonus points if you can recommend a good concealer for me! Preparing to buy a completely new foundation/concealer/moisturizing routine.
Does anyone know what concealer shade I would be in the estee lauder double wear stay in place concealer and the kat von d lock it concealer? my foundation is light 44 in the kat von d and 1C1 cool bone for the estee lauder foundation! thanks!
I am looking for a new moisturizer. My skin is normal to combination. I have pretty normal skin everywhere but my t-zone, which tends to get oily throughout the day. I have been noticing lately that my pores are more noticeable and I have a little bit of redness in my cheek and chin area. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
I have a problem... I live in florida and I am in highschool and it HOT and HUMID all day, so I sweat and end up wiping my face and then mt face gets oily... ya, I have tried as much stuff I can afford, which is not that much, and nothing has worked. the main thing is money. I dont want to buy something more then $10. I know thats cheap but I cant really afford anything elese. PLEASE HELP
I would like to purchase the NARS Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer and the Creamy Concealer, but I do not know what shades I should purchase. However, I do know that my Color IQ Color Match is 1Y07. Thanks for your help.
In search of something I can use for minimizing the look of lines and wrinkles around my eyes and forehead I have horrible lines at the time of my nose/forehead probable from squinting. Is there something you suggest
Hi everyone!! I just got the boscia 500 point reward set that contains the "black" line of products. I was looking at the ingredients of the detoxifying black cleanser and I noticed that it contains charcoal and is use to eliminate excess oil and impurities. I have dry skin and I'm worry that it would dry out my skin even more, do you think I should use it? Or do you think the other ingredients would help to prevent excess dryness? THANKS!!
Hello! I am a makeup artist and I need help for a wedding I am doing this upcoming July. My client needs to have eczema scars covered up on her arms and legs. She would like body makeup however I wanted to know which product would be the best to use. I need a product which won't smudge on her white dress, as well as be waterproof/ sweat proof. I need your help ASAP if anyone could recommend any products that would be great. Thanks, Gaby
Hello. I have Mediterranean type skin and I want to buy the the shiseido uv protective foundation. I have oily skin so I prefer to get my uv protection from a compact foundation (if you have other suggestions beyond the shiseido foundation, I'd love to hear them). I used to have the medium beige shade but I found it was too dark for me. Would light beige or light ochre work better for my olive skin? Thanks, Mikaella.
Hello. I'm looking for something to help even out my skin tone. I typically don't like to wear much make up but I am noticing that my skin is uneven and red in some areas. I was wondering if there was a light weight option to help me, whether it be foundation, tinted moisturizer, bb cream, or cc cream. I'm hoping to find something that is mattifying as well. Thanks!
Hello! The last time I went to Sephora, I had my skin IQ done (I am a 2R05) and was told that they had never seen someone's skin oxidize make up the way that mine does. I was steered towards the Cover FX line, and while I like it, I would like to find something more lightweight with a slight luminous finish (just moved to a warmer state!) for Spring and Summer. Are there any suggestions for something like this that would also not oxidize as quickly?
I was just doing some research on different sunscreens and noticed that some people said to use sunscreen daily and have it be the last step-after all of my make-up is put on. I prefer a matte finish to my face and whenever I have tried to put on my sunscreen last, I've never been satisfied with the outcome. I usually put my sunscreen on after my moisturizer but before my foundation and I've never had a problem with it before. Is there a reason why I should put on my sunscreen last? (And if so, what kind of sunscreen can I use to keep my face looking matte instead of shiny?)
I recently bought products at a Sephora store and I forgot about my Beauty Insider card. The cashier said that I can go online and use my receipt to get points from my purchase, but I can't find a link or a way to add the points. Does anyone know how to redeem points from a receipt?