Im looking for a good full coverage mineral foundation. I have really sensitive skin so I dont want a heavy cakey foundation. I've tried bareminerals bare skin foundation but I'm looking to try something new. I'm open to any brand
I want to purchase a bronzer but the type I wanted was out of stock in stores. (Hoola Bronzer from benefits) but would that look ok on light skin with cooler undertones and if not what is a bronzer sutible for light skin and cool undertones to warm up my complexion?
So my eyelashes are really thin, and i'd say they're short.Even using an eyelash curler they arent that amazing. The mascaras ive tried are Maybelline mega plush, Dior iconic overcurl ( everyone always suggests this and I liked it but it didnt make them as long as I hoped :-( ) . I liked the Dior one but i'm hoping to find something better that will make my eyelashes look thicker + longer. I dont know how some people get their eyelashes so long and thick looking lol. If you have any suggestions i'd love to hear .
Hello! I am in a busy search for a foundation that doesn't break me out! I recently switched to high end foundations after using about four bottles of my Covergirl 3-in-1 foundation. It started to break me out (which it never did before) I have tried the Nars Sheer Glow foundation, and that made it worse! Do you have any foundations in Sephora that stay on, are for oily skin, and DONT BREAK YOU OUT? Thank you!!
I've been holding myself back from buying more new products, so that I can use up the ones I've already purchased. Which also means I've been saving for a bit of a shopping spree! So, I was wondering, which would products you guys recommend that you've been loving?
I am going to be 13 in September and going into 7th grade, I am pale,have green eyes,and am a brunette, I also have combination skin and a ton of acne :-( My cheeks are also very red and I am very self conscious about it. I also dont have a very large budget either. Thanks in advance! ( I recently purchased the smashbox color correcting primer for redness as well as the clinique acne solutions concealer)
My skin is very sensitive! If I use products contain silica and talc , I am gonna have break out And it's not easy to find a silica free and talc free product m especially loose powder, any recommendation?
Hello all! As you can tell from the title I will be on my way to college very soon! This means I will pretty much be on my own money-wise (with only minimal help from parents). I want to be responsible with my money, but I also don't want to give up some of my favorite makeup brands (first world problems am I right?). This applies to skincare too! Some questions I have: When do I save and when do I splurge? How long do certain products last (meaning how long before I run out?)? How can I get the most out of my products (making them last as long as possible)? What's a healthy budget amount for makeup? Per year, per month? What are the bare minimum products I should use? One of my goals is to not be excessive with the amount of products I have! Just the basics!
Does anyone else have a separate dresser just to store their makeup? I bought a lingerie chest from Ikea thinking I was going to have extra space, but the whole thing is filled =( So embarrassing!!!!! All of the makeup has its use, and I went and threw out the things I dont use because clutter drives me insane. Someone tell me they do to ease my embarrassment haha.
Just thought I'd post this here, since I know a lot of people only buy cruelty free makeup. According to their facebook page: "To all our UDers: We have decided to sell Urban Decay products in China. Because of China’s policies, this has upset some of our loyal fans who are also animal rights activists. For complete information, please visit www.urbandecay.com/chin ainfo . We are listening to all of your feedback and questions, and will try to address every single one of you. We do want to address one FAQ: No, Urban Decay will not test on animals in China. However, the Chinese government may conduct a test using our products before they can be sold there. We absolutely realize that for many of you, it makes no difference who is doing the testing. But, animal rights are still very much important to Urban Decay, and our decision was a thoughtful one. Changes are already happening in China, and we will give our all to help advocate alternative methods." http://www.urbandecay.com/Urban-Decay-China/Urban- Decay-in-China,default,pg.html
One night, while I was very sleepy, I read a product description that stated it really helped fill in fine under eye wrinkles. I think it was a primer and chances are it helped with pores as well. I definitely remember the directions said you had to warm it in your palm before you applied it and I can even remember reading in the reviews how important it was to not skip that step. But I can't remember what it was! Does this sound familiar to anyone...please?
I use smashbox BB cream, NARS cream compact foundation (lightly not all over) and the Naked Flushed bronzing trio with their winged brush. However when i apply the bronzer it totally makes my skin look so blotchy. Before bronzer my skin tone is even and natural and then with the bronzer it turns out blotchy and when i try to correct the blotchyness it just comes out too dark and cakey. PLEASE HELP!!! Any advice or good products that will stop this from happening? Looking for a really natural look that wont make my skin breakout -- also have been having more breakouts then usual and wondering if its the smashbox bb cream?
As much as I love to tan with the help of some sunscreen and beach rays in the spring I just don't have the time. I have used two different kinds: L'Oreal Subliminal Tan 360 Spray (which broke me out into a rash) and Clinique's Self Tanner (which I'm not a huge fan of but am trying to use up) So here are my two questions. First, what's the best self tanner out there that is easy to use and doesn't streak. My second question is I know you apply self tanner to the face, chest, arms, legs, and torso but how do you apply the lotion to your back? Do people simply not put in on their backs? Thanks for all of the input!
I am having the hardest time figuring out my eyeshape. I think I have average/almond but my eyebrow bone is kind of prominent so i don't know if that makes my eyes appear more hooded. When i look at my eyes i can see my eyelid evenly. I also feel like I cant apply a brow bone highlight because my eye brows are too high. Please help! I have attached some pictures. Please let me know if they are too small
Hi! I am currently obsessed with this makeup look! what products do you guys think I should use? for reference I am a little lighter skin tone than Jessie, a mac nc25ish, mufe hd 120, tarte light medium sand, laura mercier silk crème medium ivory. I love the nude/pink lip and the eyes and bronzed skin.
I was at work today and a lady came in selling make up sets at reduced prices or she claims. The sales lady said that this product is sold at SEPHORA so I went to the store and asked an employee and was told that they have never heard of this make-up line. She said it was going to hit Macy's, Dillards, and Ulta next week. She was selling items priced at $39.99, the "eyes have it" shadow kit, priced at $25.99, and the "shimmer bronzer brush", priced at $29.99, for $20 dollars and so I bought one but now I am skeptical about it. They lead me to believe that it's a mineral based makeup like Bare Minerals. The colors are very pigmented. Has anyone else bought this stuff?
My mom wants the Urban Decay Naked Skin Weightless Ultra Definition Liquid Foundation for christmas, but I use Makeup Forever HD Invisible Cover and LOVE it. I was wondering what the differences between the two are (i.e. coverage, best for which skin type, natural looking, skin tone, etc.) as well as which one you prefer/would recomend. Please please please help! Thanks!
I have been looking for a concealer that isn't too heavy but still covers up. I have acne prone/oily skin. I plan on using it with a BB cream and powder. It be great if it is under $30! Thank you in advance!
I am going to a music fest this weekend and it will be about 90 degrees the whole time...I am wondering what the best way is to keep my face looking fresh and my makeup to stay put. Any specific products?
Hey there! I have tried many a foundation over the years for daily use....oily skin with red cheeks that get brighter through the day....and oh yeah, I am a nurse working 12 hour shifts.... I also have larger pores and prone to blackheads and whiteheads if the foundation is too thick. Not looking for a super made up look to go to work with but something that after two hours when I actually make it to the bathroom, it doesn't look like I even put something on......open to suggestions. ps: this is with primer on as well (have tried laura mercier and makeup forever)
Does anyone know if Sephora plans to release a Aurora or Belle Disney palette? I have already purchased my Ariel palette, which I am so happy they made, and I'm just dying to know what they plan to release in the future. Any info would be great; thanks!!!
Hi everyone! I am looking for a good eyebrow wax (not gel) for my thick eyebrows. I have stray hairs that stick out and I would like to obviously keep them in place as well as maintaining the shape that I want. I want a product that isn't too heavy or thick when applied. Thanks for an recommendations!