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Skin Hydration Help!
Guys I’m 23 and used to excessively tan in a bed when I was a teenager so I have pre-mature lines/wrinkles and also currently taki ...read more
Guys I’m 23 and used to excessively tan in a bed when I was a teenager so I have pre-mature lines/wrinkles and also currently taking an acne medication that dries out my skin deeply. I feel like my skin is so dry and dull and my makeup sets into those fine lines under my eyes (crows feet area) and my forehead. Does anyone have suggestions for products to use to help or a routine to implement with hydrating skincare products? I quit tanning a few years ago and wear sunscreen daily now but need a routine with hydrating items.
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Reply: You're a stunner @haleyvvvv! Wow, gorgeous eyes, lips, hair!!!  And, whatever you are doing with your skincare, you keep that up ...read more
You're a stunner @haleyvvvv! Wow, gorgeous eyes, lips, hair!!! 😍 And, whatever you are doing with your skincare, you keep that up! 👍 Your skin looks beautifully smooth, hydrated, glowy and sensational!
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Reply: That's beautiful @sister13 I love charcuterie boards, they look great, and are fun and taste so good. Love it! Your is beautiful ...read more
That's beautiful @sister13 I love charcuterie boards, they look great, and are fun and taste so good. Love it! Your is beautiful 😍
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Reply: These Sephora Collection masks were part of my masking routine last week and satisfy a few of this month's letter themes Q - V - Q ...read more
These Sephora Collection masks were part of my masking routine last week and satisfy a few of this month's letter themes Q - V - Q for quick (5 minutes); S for Sephora; V for Vitamins.Details: SpoilerMaterial:Banana fiber; has a pale yellow hue to the material Adherence:Good - adhered nicely to the contours of my face, no puckering or liftingFit:Interesting in that the size and shape of the mask is the opposite of the fit of most sheet masks I've used. Here, there was extra material at the temples - a lot of extra material, about an inch too wide. The length at the chin/jawline was just a smidge too long. Openings for the eyes and mouth were generously sized which was great - neither my eyes nor mouth felt smooshed. There's a lot of extra material over the area between the eyes, almost double the size of my nose bridge with the papaya masks. The mango and dragon fruit versions were also large in that extra, not as much as the papaya but there was plenty of extra material.Essence / Serum:Clear, slightly viscous, liquid. There was just enough to coat the sheet; no extra essence in the packet other than what you might be able to scrape up against the interior of the packet.Scent:None of these masks smelled like the fruit that is held out as the key ingredient. Odd especially since all these masks include added fragrance - it's fairly high up on the ingredient list, within the top half.Claims: Papaya + Vitamin C - GlowDragon Fruit + Vitamin B3 - Anti-pollutionMango + Vitamin B6 - NourishingPerformance: Recommended wear time is 5 minutes but there's enough serum to allow for a full 10 minutes of wear (maybe 15 for those with oily or very oily skin). Mask wore comfortably. I felt a little tickle early on with the Papaya mask but not with the other two. Results:With all 3 varieties, my skin felt hydrated and looked brightened. There is a layer of essence remaining after the 5 minutes of wear but it absorbs quickly and smoothing, with zero tack or stickiness. Of the three, my favorite was the SEPHORA COLLECTION Vitamin Face Masks Mango + Vitamin B6 - that felt like it lived up to its nourishing claimMy skin was brightened with the SEPHORA COLLECTION Vitamin Face Masks Papaya + Vitamin C (as it was with all of the masks I tried) but I wouldn't say the papaya one made my skin glow like other sheet masks have. I like the effects of the papaya peel from the Sephora Collection (SEPHORA COLLECTION AHA Peeling Masks Papaya) and would recommend that over this mask if a more glowy complexion is what you're afteAs for the SEPHORA COLLECTION Vitamin Face Masks Dragonfruit + Vitamin B3, I'm not sure how to measure if a mask lived up to its claims when the claim is "anti-pollution". That seems like something that would require a more than a single use as well as some objective standard to measure it againstBest suited for:Most, if not all, skin types. The sheet isn't saturated with serum; there's just enough to coat the sheet so there's not an issue of there being too much to clog pores, etc. Those with dry or very dry skin will need to follow up with a moisturizer.Repurchase?: No. These masks performed well enough and the results were fine; nothing bad, but nothing particularly standout. At $5.50, it's on the higher end of sheet masks. The draw of this mask seems to be the banana fiber material and the fact that the serum is enriched with vitamins. Both are great things but I'm not certain it warrants the over $5 price point. If there's a 30% promotion taking place, it might be a good way to try one of these masks (and I'd recommend the mango version) but even then, the price seems a bit steep. Material:Banana fiber; has a pale yellow hue to the material Adherence:Good - adhered nicely to the contours of my face, no puckering or liftingFit:Interesting in that the size and shape of the mask is the opposite of the fit of most sheet masks I've used. Here, there was extra material at the temples - a lot of extra material, about an inch too wide. The length at the chin/jawline was just a smidge too long. Openings for the eyes and mouth were generously sized which was great - neither my eyes nor mouth felt smooshed. There's a lot of extra material over the area between the eyes, almost double the size of my nose bridge with the papaya masks. The mango and dragon fruit versions were also large in that extra, not as much as the papaya but there was plenty of extra material.Essence / Serum:Clear, slightly viscous, liquid. There was just enough to coat the sheet; no extra essence in the packet other than what you might be able to scrape up against the interior of the packet.Scent:None of these masks smelled like the fruit that is held out as the key ingredient. Odd especially since all these masks include added fragrance - it's fairly high up on the ingredient list, within the top half.Claims: Papaya + Vitamin C - GlowDragon Fruit + Vitamin B3 - Anti-pollutionMango + Vitamin B6 - NourishingPerformance: Recommended wear time is 5 minutes but there's enough serum to allow for a full 10 minutes of wear (maybe 15 for those with oily or very oily skin). Mask wore comfortably. I felt a little tickle early on with the Papaya mask but not with the other two. Results:With all 3 varieties, my skin felt hydrated and looked brightened. There is a layer of essence remaining after the 5 minutes of wear but it absorbs quickly and smoothing, with zero tack or stickiness. Of the three, my favorite was the - that felt like it lived up to its nourishing claimMy skin was brightened with the (as it was with all of the masks I tried) but I wouldn't say the papaya one made my skin glow like other sheet masks have. I like the effects of the papaya peel from the Sephora Collection () and would recommend that over this mask if a more glowy complexion is what you're afteAs for the , I'm not sure how to measure if a mask lived up to its claims when the claim is "anti-pollution". That seems like something that would require a more than a single use as well as some objective standard to measure it againstBest suited for:Most, if not all, skin types. The sheet isn't saturated with serum; there's just enough to coat the sheet so there's not an issue of there being too much to clog pores, etc. Those with dry or very dry skin will need to follow up with a moisturizer.Repurchase?: No. These masks performed well enough and the results were fine; nothing bad, but nothing particularly standout. At $5.50, it's on the higher end of sheet masks. The draw of this mask seems to be the banana fiber material and the fact that the serum is enriched with vitamins. Both are great things but I'm not certain it warrants the over $5 price point. If there's a 30% promotion taking place, it might be a good way to try one of these masks (and I'd recommend the mango version) but even then, the price seems a bit steep. Differences between the vitamin line and the older clean line:Spoiler* MATERIAL: the masks in this vitamin line are made of banana fiber (the ones in the clean line are made of eucalyptus fibers) * COLOR: the masks in this vitamin line have a yellow tint to them * SIZE: the masks in this vitamin line are much wider at the temples and just a smidge longer at the chin/jawline (the reverse is the case with the clean line) * OPENINGS: the openings for the eyes and mouth in this line are much wider making it more comfortable to wear * MATERIAL BETWEEN EYES: The vitamin masks have a lot more extra material covering the area between the eyes (the nose bridge) than the masks in the clean line. * MATERIAL OVER PHILTRUM (Between Nose & Upper Lip): Vitamin masks have less material covering this area than the masks in the clean line. * SERUM: Just enough to coat the sheet; no extra in the packet in vitamin line. Older clean line was saturated in serum, with extra at bottom of packet.* MATERIAL: the masks in this vitamin line are made of banana fiber (the ones in the clean line are made of eucalyptus fibers) * COLOR: the masks in this vitamin line have a yellow tint to them * SIZE: the masks in this vitamin line are much wider at the temples and just a smidge longer at the chin/jawline (the reverse is the case with the clean line) * OPENINGS: the openings for the eyes and mouth in this line are much wider making it more comfortable to wear * MATERIAL BETWEEN EYES: The vitamin masks have a lot more extra material covering the area between the eyes (the nose bridge) than the masks in the clean line. * MATERIAL OVER PHILTRUM (Between Nose & Upper Lip): Vitamin masks have less material covering this area than the masks in the clean line. * SERUM: Just enough to coat the sheet; no extra in the packet in vitamin line. Older clean line was saturated in serum, with extra at bottom of packet.NOTE: I did not try the SEPHORA COLLECTION Vitamin Face Masks Aloe Vera + Vitamin B from the new vitamin line. The vitamin line is also deemed "clean" by Sephora standards. It's just in a range separate from the "clean" line
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what is the best eyeshadow that will stay put all day? Looking for highly pigmented neutral eyeshadows
what is the best eyeshadow that will stay put all day? Looking for highly pigmented neutral eyeshadows
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I have medium skin tone, do you think I can get away with using the dark contour wand or stick to light/ medium?
I have medium skin tone, do you think I can get away with using the dark contour wand or stick to light/ medium?
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Use a mild cleanser, fragrance-free, foam-free moisturizing cleanser.Buy a barrier-repair, cream-based moisturizer.Avoid taking showers for too long.Make sure you wear sunscreen at all times during the day.Eat foods rich in water like watermelon, oranges, strawberries, cucumbers, tomatoes and coconut water. Get allure beauty box free : https://cutt.ly/v1cVgaf
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Reply: This weekend was the company Christmas party 拾 (the first one since the Covid times) it was a great night out, but the festive dr ...read more
This weekend was the company Christmas party 🥳 (the first one since the Covid times) it was a great night out, but the festive drinks were flowing and I'm still paying for the indulgence 😅 Too Faced Sweet Peach Eyeshadow Palette 18 x 0.03 oz/ 0.85 g Lancôme Be An Idole Mascara, Mascara Primer, and Eyeliner Set (just the idole mascara but I can't seem to tag it)HUDA BEAUTY #FauxFilter Luminous Matte Buildable Coverage Crease Proof Concealer Cotton Candy 2.3 Beige MAC Cosmetics Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation NC15 HAUS LABS BY LADY GAGA Optic Intensity Eco Gel Eyeliner Pencil White Onyx Matte Charlotte Tilbury Mini Airbrush Flawless Setting Spray 1.1 oz/ 34 ml Gucci Luminous Matte Beauty Blush 03 Radiant Pink Hourglass Ambient Lighting Edit Unlocked Face Palette Butterfly Hourglass Mini Ambient Lighting Bronzer Anastasia Beverly Hills Ombre Effect Long Wearing Brow Powder Duo Ash Brown The Ordinary High-Adherence Silicone Primer 1 oz/ 30 mL And for the first time ever, eyelash falsies,  😘
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