So I only have to spend 24$ to make VIB2015.. And I've been eyeballing the oHourglass palette since it was limited edition and I missed out on it/: but now it's back and I can't make my mind up.. Should I buy it or not? I have enough makeup as it is but it's killing me... Lol I'm addicted haha! however, ladies i need your voted! Hourglass palette or Météorites’ Pearls?? Which one is better or worth it??
Hey everyone, I am in serious need of foundation ideas for my wedding. I have combination skin, but after wearing almost any foundation for more than 3 or 4 hours my face is shiny everywhere to the point where powder cannot even help it. I usually use Clinique Stay-Matte foundation, but I was wondering if anyone had any different idea for a foundation that would not cause me to become oily after a few hours. Any thoughts and suggestions would be appreciated because it is a destination wedding and the make-up artist won't have time to do a trial run, so I need to make sure to bring the correct foundation with me.
Thinking of using FRESH soy face cleaner as a face wash, DIOR hydra life Pro-Youth Creme as moisturizer, and the MURAD acne spot fast fix as a routine system. As far as foundation... Bobbi Brown skin foundation stick. Good combo.... or NO?!
how is the urban decay naked skin? is it good coverage? ive tried many foundations like Revlon colorstay that make me look cakey. I want flawless coverage, something light, that will last all day and possibly sweat proof. Also no spf for photo purposes
I usually don't like wearing a base & prefer to go natural, but I got a sample of Supergoop's CC cream & really liked the effect it had on evening my skin tone. I'm pretty sure that one broke me out though, so I'd love to know which formula's are really good for very dry, sensitive skin. Thanks!
I like to wear a black liner on my upper waterline and a natural or pink liner on my bottom waterline. I've I tried a number of different pencils. But within a short period of time the upper black waterline liner transfers to the more natural bottom waterline. Is there anything I can do about this. I hate to give up this look just because I can't find the right products or methods to keep my waterline liner in place. Thanks
I need help! I am desparetly looking for an eye cream for my horrible crow's feet. I need something rich and moisturizing as well. I also need a product that will be safe to use during pregnancy. Thanks for your help!
i HAVE FOUND A CPL HERE I LIKE 7 SOME AT ULTA CALLED REAL TECHNIQUES.....SO, I'M CONFUSED! WANT TO SAVE $ BUT GET THE GOOD STUFF! So, I have a question a/b the Real Techniques Brushes. I am in the process of purchasing them BUT was wondering will they fit in my brush holders (1 for face, 1 for eye's). They fit norm. brushes but some of these (mainly the face kit thing'e) looks like it has a very bulky bottom! I have never used these before but hear good things a/b them. I want to replace all but 3 brushes I have ( 2 Sephora mineral brushes (reg. & mini) & a Baremineral Brush (idk the name, small'ish tappered end'sh, like maybe for blush or a quick sweep,lol). So, can ya'll tell me if I should just get the Starter Kit (eye brushes) and what should the next brush/ kit be? * I really need a brush to help w/ my very non-existent " line of the eye, lol" w/ shadow, etc.! Please, please, please, help me! I have been drove crazt w/ what brushes to buy! Thanks Ladies In advance! S.O.S. PLEASE ANSWER ID KNOW HOW TO USE THIS STILL!
I have very, very fair sensitive skin and naturally blonde hair & eyebrows. What colours would you recommend for a daytime eyeshadow look? (I work in a conservative environment, so I can't rock the bold colours at the office). I also have very sensitive skin and need something that won't irritate my skin. Feel free to suggest brands too! Thanks!!!
I have extremely dry skin. Does anyone have any recommendations for a foundation/bb cream/tinted moisturizer that is light weight but with some coverage and that is very moisturizing? I prefer a dewy/radiant finish. Thanks!
Hi, I'm eighteen and have very dry skin that is moderately acne prone (although you can't tell in the picture.) I have very pale skin with a slight yellow undertone, and I need help find a hydrating foundation (preferably with buildable coverage) that is non-acnegenic and won't make me look orange. thank you! Here is a link to a picture of me
In a few months I'm going to be doing a very long haul (14 hour) flight. One of the things I'm really looking forward to is settling down in my seat, having a glass of champagne, giving myself a mini-facial and trying stuff from my recent chic week haul to keep my skin nicely hydrated throughout the flight. I've also got a few simple makeup things so I'll look reasonably decent when I disembark. I think I've got it all sussed - it's pretty much all foils and samples so I'm traveling pretty light even though I've got lots of stuff. I'd love to hear any other suggestions though - TSA approved please! So, in order of usage, I've got: Ole Henriksen Vit C Cleansing Wipes When Whenever You Travel gel fiber mask Shiseido Benefiance Eye Mask Dior One Essential Serum (foil) Tarte Maracuja Oil Clarins Extra Firming Night Cream L'Occitane hand cream and lip balm Single use moisturizing eye drops Then, for freshening up and getting ready to disembark: Lavanila deodorant Amele freshening up wipes Dry shampoo Teeth and mouthwash stuff (not pictured) Ole Henriksen Vit C Brightening Serum (foil) Murad day cream (foil) Smashbox primer Smashbox Camera Ready BB Cream Couple basic eye shadows (not pictured) Lancome black eye pencil Chanel mascara YSL Rebel Nudes glossy stains (foil)
My skin can tolerate pretty strong products and I am looking for a good over the counter serum to counteract the dark spots and discoloration on my face. I live in Florida so we rather worship the sun and outdoors - I do use SPF15 but I love to soak up the rays for a little color. Is there a fake self-tanner for the face that does not turn you orange and gives a tanned body a matching tanned face? I have pretty deep squint line wrinkles so perhaps a serum that fixes color issues can help with that too?? I did have a series of 3 professional peels but did not see much of a difference. Aging ain't for sissy's so I'm open to your advice. Thanks!
I've tried numerous products, probably meant for much younger skin according to the reviews. Looking for something to conceal redness, dark under eye, fine line (that won't settle into the lines making them look worse). Something that will blur a little to make my skin look a little younger and fresher.
I have severe ingrown hairs and scars on my stomach under my belly button. It is very embarrassing, I sometimes need to use a light concealer to cover them. Need recommendations on scar creams that can be used on the body to maybe lighten them And something to help with the ingrown hairs.
I have sparse eyebrows and they are all white. I have used many different eye brow creams and pencils. Non, so far, have given me that natural real look. The other day I saw something that covers both hair and skin but now I can't seem to locate in Sephora. What would you suggest. Thanks for your help! Arlene
I have always had great skin, But I am now 61 and the lines and wrinkles are starting to show up around my mouth from smoking in my youth. (Smokers another reason to beware!) I realize that I need products for my age. What primers and make up base should I use to hide my wrinkles. Any other ideas? Thanks!
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Hi beauties! I'm in desperate need of an eye cream that targets dark circles. I have combo skin, but my under eyes tend to be pretty dry, especially if I forget to smooth some of my moisturizer there. I don't have any fine lines at this point but I'd like something that's anti-aging as well. My dark circles, are truly almost black, with sort of gray/blue undertones. I don't have sensitive skin but my eyes are easily irritated to anything with any kind of smell. I've been looking at Clinique All About Eyes or the Even Better Dark Spot Corrector for eyes, which I have for skin and do like. I don't have any problems with puffiness, I just feel like the skin under my eyes is like super delicate and really thin. I wear make-up when I work and if I go out, but I don't wear it if say, I'm going to the supermarket and I'm tired of getting the "are u ok miss?" from people. I'm open to any brand really, Clinique is just one that I'm familiar with. Please Help!
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I have VERY oily acne prone skin, mostly in the t zone especially my nose area, I've tried everything from different cleansers, moisturizers, primers, setting sprays, and foundation & powders that are made for oily skin and nothing has worked for me. Currently I'm using the Cetaphil oil control foam wash, neutrogena rapid clear acne defense face lotion, and the cetaphil oil control moisturizer. For my makeup routine I use the Becca Every-matte poreless priming perfector, Tarte amazonian clay liquid foundation, followed by the tarte amazonian clay airbrush powder, then i use blush and bronzer and the Maybelline shine free loose translucent powder, then I top everything off with the Kat Von D lock n load makeup setting spray. With this routine I still get very oily within about an hour of doing my makeup. I don't want to have to retouch my makeup throughout the day or blot if I don't absolutely have to. Does anybody have any suggestions for either my skincare or makeup routine? I'm looking for options that are not super expensive either. Thank you in advance!
Hey Beauties! I've been eyeing Clinique's new blush lately and would love to try it out! I'm just not sure what color would look good on me. I have fair skin with pink undertones. I'll upload a picture of myself in natural lighting (hopefully the quality is good!) if that helps . Also, if you ladies can suggest me a good hair product for volume that would be great also x)
I have combination skin and I want a foundation that will cover my imperfections is long lasting but can still give me that healthy glow? I don't like the very matte look but i still want the healthy skin glow and have a medium coverage without being shiny. My skin is sensitive in the way that i breakout with red under skin hard zits when i wear heavy makeup so i prefer a foundation that is lightweight but can still get the job done.