I'm asian with normal skin. I'm currently using the benefit hoola bronzer. It's pretty light on my skin, so I really have to pack it on. Is there a darker bronzer out there but doesn't look weird on my asian skin.
Beauty Bakerie is a cruelty-free, vegan, and mostly gluten free cosmetic company that I am currently obsessed with. The Lip Whips (matte liquid lipsticks) are too legit to quit. They come in multiple finishes (matte & metallic mainly along with one gloss color so far) and the range of colors is to die for. There are bright daring colors, darker bolder ones, colors you would never imagine in lipstick form! The smudge-proof, budge-proof factor alone would be enough to reel the average beauty maniac into the fold of Beauty Bakerie. The packaging for their products is really nice looking (the highlighters come in containers that look like ice cream pints!!! They even have their own makeup remover for the lip whips because they are THAT smudge-proof, budge-proof. So yeah, you guys should look into testing Beauty Bakerie at some of your locations. You're seriously missing out. 💋💋💋
Has anyone noticed that the MUFE HD Stick Foundation changes colour over time? I bought # 117 (yellow based) less than 1 year ago and now when I apply the same stick, the formulation applies very PINK!?
I've been looking at the new brand that just launched at Sephora and I think that the eyeshow palettes look really pretty! Has anyone bought one yet or been able to swatch one? It's hard to know what the quality will be without any reviews...if you have seen them in person what other eyeshadow quality what you equate them with?!
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?
This is my HG foundation for years. But--as I've gotten older, I'm not producing as much oil I am still highly acne prone and struggling to find a moisturizer that will counteract the drying effects of this foundation but not break me out. So I was wondering, what moisturizer is everyone using underneath this foundation? Thanks!
Can someone tell me the difference between these two? I love the matchmaker serum foundation because it doesn't break me out or irritate my super sensitive skin (don't love the color). I am looking for a fuller coverage, though, and I heard they may be discontinuing matchmaker. Are they pretty much the same formula? is there anything in Vibrancy that may break out sensitive skin? Any info/advice would be most helpful. Thanks.
I've been using Caudalie Beauty Elixer as a setting spray for a couple of years and I like it, but I know that a few other setting sprays have come out more recently. What setting sprays work best for those of you with dry skin? Thanks!
I have in my basket the Laura Mercier matte radiance baked powder compact in 04, and the Bobbi Brown bronzing powder in golden light I can't get both and I have no idea which one to get!!! My skin is medium with yellow to neutral undertones, oily, large pores on my cheeks (so looking for one with the least texture and shine). I like a warm bronzer, I'm not looking to contour with one. I don't mind a subtle orange tone they end up looking alright on my skin but I don't like cool or neutral tones they end up looking muddy on my skin! Any ideas?!?!
I am searching for some foundation suggestions. I don't know if I should be using a powder or liquid. I used to use Mufe hd. Lately everything I have tried has made my skin look worse. Even with various primer the texture of my skin is accentuated. I have dry skin, am 40 yrs old. At this point, I am not particular about finish. Any suggestions. Please help
Hello can someone suggest to me which color to try in the Burberry cashmere? The best match for me in any makeup so far is MAC stuido fix powder plus foundation in C8 and the Diorskin forever in 050. Also I have dry normal skin. Is this brand ok for that? Thanks a a lot.
Does anyone one know why the case for the Stila Eyes are the Window, Soul palette has been changed from the gorgeous yellow and rose gold compact, to a matte pale gold case/packaging with "Stila" on the front of it?? It is only the 'Soul' palette, the other three palettes in the collection have the original mirrored gold cases. I find this very strange and am hoping this is not a permanent change so I can get the palette in the original mirrored gold case.
This is a long shot, but I wasn't able to snag Mac's oh darling highlighter when it was released and just wondering if there is anyone who by chance purchased multiples or purchased and didn't like it and would be willing to part ways with it? Not looking to spend a ridiculous price on it though. Have seen it for $80 and up on ebay/amazon etc. Thanks so much
My skin is normal to dry, and most foundation/setting powders look dry, cakey, and like they're crumbling and flaking off my skin. However, I am interested in trying out baking for my undereyes and maybe my chin. Does anyone know of a loose powder that won't make me look too matte and powdery?