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?!
I switched my KVD after 2 years and I got the smashbox 2.1 I never had a problem with my nose until now. I tried to set it with a powder before and after setting spray etc. doesn't stay and when I contour the product comes off only on my nose, and sometimes my face. But rarley. I use the primer by cover Fx for acene ? Should I use the smashbox? Or is just the foundation? Also I've been breaking out but I thought it was normal due to switching foundations cause it happened when I moved to KVD. How can I fix this problem?
hi, if i am a 2w1 dawn in double wear by see Lauder and nc25 , nc30 in mac which is mi color in the rain forest of the sea foundation by tarte, and which is mi color in the custom cover drops by cover fix please help my. thanks
I'm the shade Deauville (Light 4) in the Nars Sheer Glow Foundation and "I'm Pure 4 Sure" Ivory in the Benefit Hello Flawless Oxygen Wow Foundation. My skin is very dry! What are some good primers for dry skin? And what's a good under eye concealer that's good for dry skin and isn't pink? Also, are there any highlighters for pale skin that aren't just white? I want a little bit of gold or champagne in it. I also have no idea what face shape I have so I was wondering how you figure that out and how I could contour it.
So I'm looking to buy the Dior Airflash foundation and am unsure which color I should grab. I'm currently about NC25 or so in MAC, and I wear UD Naked Skin and mix #2 with #4 to make the perfect shade. I was thinking that Linen 201 would be perfect, but not sure if maybe it'll be too light? I will probably get a bit more color this summer, but no darker than UD #4 or MAC NC30. Thanks everyone! I'm light with olive undertones btw.
MJ Coconut Primer + KatVonD Lock-It Foundation (liquid) + bareMinerals bareSkin Sheer Sun Serum Bronzer. Yyaaahhhss!! Wow, what a difference the damp beauty blender (just bought my first one) & the Marc Jacobs primer made! Barely used any Lock-It. Treated the blender like a cushion compact applicator & just kept patting. The Lock-It foundation applied in such a lovely thin, even layer. So natural looking (but still had coverage). I applied the bareSkin bronzer serum also with the blender (barely damp) as a true bronzer just where sun would hit. So, so pretty!! Loved it!! I did use a pat or two of KatVD Lock-It powder foundation over 2 small patches of melasma on my chin, and Guerlain Les Violettes pressed powder to set undereyes, and to barely add a finish very sheerly in t-zone.
I'm a NW25 in MAC concealers and was recently matched to Light Warm in Urban Decay Naked Skin? Is this correct? If not is there anything I can do with it? Like contouring or something? If its that light. I don't know.
Hello! I checked out Hourglass after some suggestions here. In short, I love it! But my color match ended up tricky. I did Color IQ in store and came out 1y05 or 6. Some 06 looked slightly bit dark right now, but most everything in this range was a nice match. Except the Hourglass Nude 1.5 Veil, which had the finish and coverage I liked the most, but when trying it at home it kept getting unnaturally peachy for me, almost orange. I recently read that some vitamin c serums can cause color changes in foundation or BB cream. Does anyone have an experience with that? I'm wondering if the store makeover was so good because the serum was cleansed away before priming etc. Or does this brand oxidize a good bit, and I should adjust for that with a lighter shade? I know I can add a lighter powder to fix it, but I don't want to because it alters the dewy finish I love about this foundation. I do have some alternatives in Josie M's Vibrancy and Shiseido, but I'd like to know if I could make this work. Thanks!!
So we just recently did a full video review and demo of all 4 palettes in Anastasia's Cream Contour Cream Kit in Fair, Light, Medium, and Deep kit. We showcased it on 4 of us girls with different skin tones, so you can really get a sense which palette will work for your own skin tone. This is totally a newer reformulated version Cream Contour Kit than she first launched last year. I love it because it gives the skin a very soft sculpted glowy look to your skin! Let us know what you think or if you have any questions on the kits!
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!
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!
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?