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What are people buying for the Sephora Spring Sale that have combination skin? Both skin care and make up
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Re: What are people buying for the Sephora Spring Sale that have combination skin? Both skin care and make up
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Reply: Hello how long have you been using the eye creams and have you noticed improvement and prevention I’m on a hunt to find a good ant ...read more
Hello how long have you been using the eye creams and have you noticed improvement and prevention I’m on a hunt to find a good anti aging eye cream that could also rewind and help brighten and tighten
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Looking for a cream or lotion or other hydrating face treatment
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Re: Looking for a cream or lotion or other hydrating face treatment
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Reply: @MissKayt Have you tried First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair® Hydrating Serum ? ...read more
@MissKayt Have you tried First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair® Hydrating Serum ?
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100 Shades of Eyeshadow Challenge
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Reply: @lmaster You always get such nice looks from shades that would intimidate me. Well done!  ...read more
@lmaster You always get such nice looks from shades that would intimidate me. Well done! 🙂
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Marc Jacobs foundation
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Re: Marc Jacobs foundation
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Reply: @hanx10 They seem to be having changes coming. I noticed the Fineliner (my fave) and the Highliner are both on sale right now at ...read more
@hanx10 They seem to be having changes coming. I noticed the Fineliner (my fave) and the Highliner are both on sale right now at Sephora - and on MJ's direct site. I'm investigating. Meanwhile, I've noticed that an Innisfree clay mask I like is no longer sold at Sephora and Sephora is no longer selling the Natasha Denona Camel palette. I wonder if this is all a coincidence or not.
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Routine
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Reply: Hi @bellqria ! Have you tried the "Regimen Builder" tool at The Ordinary's site yet? It'll help you create a routine. You can als ...read more
Hi @bellqria ! Have you tried the "Regimen Builder" tool at The Ordinary's site yet? It'll help you create a routine. You can also contact The Ordinary directly; they seem to be good at helping customers with products. Couple questions that'll change the types of products/ingredients you'll need: Uneven skin: do you mean uneven skin tone (maybe the skin around your nose and mouth is darker or lighter than the rest of your face)? Or uneven texture? Rough textured skin: do you mean your skin's flakey and dry? Or is it bumpy (not big acne bumps)? Or do you mean something else? Meanwhile, focusing on The Ordinary's products, here are some suggestions: SpoilerWash with The Ordinary Squalane Cleanser . Once or twice a week, consider alternating that cleanser with a salicylic acid (BHA) cleanser like The INKEY List Salicylic Acid Cleanser 5 oz/ 150 mL or Paula's Choice CLEAR Pore Normalizing Acne Cleanser 6 oz/ 177 mL . To get the most out of a BHA cleanser, let it sit on your skin for a minute before rinsing it off. Treatments: if your skin's flakey and dry, you'll want to heal that skin before using any of these products. Otherwise: Dark spots & acne - The Ordinary Azelaic Acid Suspension 10% 1 oz/ 30 mL , or consider Paula's Choice 10% Azelaic Acid Booster 1 oz/ 30 mL which contains a bit of BHA. Azelaic acid attacks acne-causing bacteria, fades dark acne "scars," and acts as an antioxidant. You can use it daily or even twice a day, and it plays nice with many other ingredients/products. Blackheads & other types of acne - use this category of products just 1-3 times a week to avoid over-exfoliating your skin (stripping too many dead skin cells away, resulting in major irritation and excessive dryness). The Ordinary's currently reformulating their leave-on 2% BHA treatment. They do still sell The Ordinary Salicylic Acid 2% Masque 1.7 oz/ 50 mL which is a rinse-off option. Also consider The INKEY List Beta Hydroxy Acid (BHA) Blemish + Blackhead Serum 1 oz/ 30 mL , Paula's Choice Mini Skin Perfecting 2% BHA Liquid Exfoliant 1 oz/ 30 mL (many people's favorite), or Paula's Choice CLEAR Anti-Redness Exfoliating Solution with 2% Salicylic Acid 4 oz/ 118 mL . If your skin can handle benzoyl peroxide, a good option is Paula's Choice CLEAR Daily Skin Clearing Treatment with 2.5% Benzoyl Peroxide 2.25 oz/ 67 mL . Might wanna patch test that one first. Moisturize with The Ordinary Natural Moisturizing Factors + HA 1 oz/ 30 mL or a Paula's Choice moisturizer (visit PC's site to see all options for combo skin). Apply broad spectrum sunscreen that's at least SPF 30 to all exposed skin, EVERY day you're exposed to sunlight. Even if you're indoors or in a car. Even if the sky's overcast. Rainclouds don't block UV rays, and the sun doesn't stop shooting those rays in the winter. The Ordinary doesn't make a sunscreen. A dependable popular option is Supergoop! Unseen Sunscreen SPF 40 1.7 oz/ 50 mL , but there are plenty of other options out there, and some are less expensive. For instance, La Roche-Posay and CeraVe make some good sunscreens. Wash with . Once or twice a week, consider alternating that cleanser with a salicylic acid (BHA) cleanser like or . To get the most out of a BHA cleanser, let it sit on your skin for a minute before rinsing it off. Treatments: if your skin's flakey and dry, you'll want to heal that skin before using any of these products. Otherwise: Dark spots & acne - , or consider which contains a bit of BHA. Azelaic acid attacks acne-causing bacteria, fades dark acne "scars," and acts as an antioxidant. You can use it daily or even twice a day, and it plays nice with many other ingredients/products. Blackheads & other types of acne - use this category of products just 1-3 times a week to avoid over-exfoliating your skin (stripping too many dead skin cells away, resulting in major irritation and excessive dryness). The Ordinary's currently reformulating their leave-on 2% BHA treatment. They do still sell which is a rinse-off option. Also consider , (many people's favorite), or . If your skin can handle benzoyl peroxide, a good option is . Might wanna patch test that one first. Moisturize with or a Paula's Choice moisturizer (visit PC's site to see all options for combo skin). Apply broad spectrum sunscreen that's at least SPF 30 to all exposed skin, EVERY day you're exposed to sunlight. Even if you're indoors or in a car. Even if the sky's overcast. Rainclouds don't block UV rays, and the sun doesn't stop shooting those rays in the winter. The Ordinary doesn't make a sunscreen. A dependable popular option is , but there are plenty of other options out there, and some are less expensive. For instance, La Roche-Posay and CeraVe make some good sunscreens.
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2021 - THE NO-BUY, LOW-BUY, BUDGET-BUY ACCOUNTABILITY AND SUPPORT THREAD
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Re: 2021 - THE NO-BUY, LOW-BUY, BUDGET-BUY ACCOUNTABILITY AND SUPPORT THREAD
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Reply: I still haven’t re-rouged too @lmaster. Last year it was early April ...read more
I still haven’t re-rouged too @lmaster. Last year it was early April🙌🏻
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Best shampoo and conditioner system for extreamly dry and breakable hair?
I have damaged my hair to the point that I can't even wear it down. It is coarse, dry and brittle. I want it soft, and manageable ...read more
I have damaged my hair to the point that I can't even wear it down. It is coarse, dry and brittle. I want it soft, and manageable again. I need a really good shampoo and an awesome conditioner and mask. Also a leave in spray would be great alao that would leave my hair super soft. I want to be able to wear my hair down, not look stiff and actually run my fingers through my hair and for it to not stiff out. Please, I need help. Cutting my hair is out of the question at the moment so I just want my hair to be manageable again. Thanks fellow sephorians!
New Reply in Skincare Aware
Good moisturizer after home microdermabrasion treatment?
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Re: Good moisturizer after home microdermabrasion treatment?
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Reply: @GDe1 Skinfix Barrier+ Triple Lipid-Peptide Face Cream and Kate Somerville DeliKate™ Recovery Cream 1.7 oz/ 50 mL are my favorite ...read more
@GDe1 Skinfix Barrier+ Triple Lipid-Peptide Face Cream and Kate Somerville DeliKate™ Recovery Cream 1.7 oz/ 50 mL are my favorites.
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Products that went *poof* and you wish were back?
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Re: Products that went *poof* and you wish were back?
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Reply: @Crumblecakez I saw that Innisfree Super Volcanic Clusters Pore Clearing Clay Mask was OOS not too long ago. Now, it's gone from ...read more
@Crumblecakez I saw that Innisfree Super Volcanic Clusters Pore Clearing Clay Mask was OOS not too long ago. Now, it's gone from Sephora's site. It's still on my Loves List, but it states "This item cannot be shipped to the United States." Now, there's a peel off version. Does anyone know anything about this? I just got a sample of the original and wanted to buy a FS; I'm really in love with it.
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