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Foundation Help-BareMinerals Bare Pro Liquid Foundation

Hey Beauties,

 

I'm having trouble with my foundation and would love some help! I recently started using the BareMinerals Bare Pro Liquid foundation and it seems like everyday I get a different result. Some days it looks flawless all day. Others it is patchy and clings to my dry spot. I've tried using a dry beauty blender, damp beauty blender, and foundation brush (similar to the BareMinerals liquid foundation brush). I've tried with and without primer. I just haven't found the perfect process to make my foundation flawless everyday, not just hit or miss. Most foundations break out my skin but this one doesn't so I'm hoping to find a solution rather than switch. Any and all advice is appreciate!!

Re: Foundation Help-BareMinerals Bare Pro Liquid Foundation

@LRNesbit What primer and setting powder were you using on the days it looked flawless? Is your skin dry, oily or combination? Are you also using a setting spray? This is what we would need to know to help. ❤️

I've been using the Peter Thomas Roth skin to die for pri...

I've been using the Peter Thomas Roth skin to die for primer and Urban Decay De-slick setting spray. I don't use setting powder. I have combo skin with dry cheeks and a very oily T-zone.

RE: I've been using the Peter Thomas Roth skin to die for pri...

@LRNesbit since you have an oily TZone, you should really set it with a powder. If you don’t, your natural oils will eventually come through and break up your foundation. My advice would be this: use your primer on your tzone only since that’s where you’re oily and that’s a mattifying primer. Moisturize your dry patches and leave it primer-free. I really think you should invest in a setting powder to set it all down and give it true staying power. Then use your setting spray to make it all melt together. I’ve been wanting to try that foundation but need to use up the ones I have first. Lol.
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