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Virtual Masterclass Thread

Thank you to @RAWRitsRED for suggesting that there should be a thread for this. I have changed the title so that we can post any virtual masterclasses on here so people can register. 

 

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@niki172 @EventsAtSephora - Absolutely agree!  The MUA really knew her products and how to use them.  I learned some wonderful techniques that I'm going to try.  Like @SportyGirly125 , I wish she had spent a little more time with the Prism Libre powder.  I couldn't read the blurry image.  It would be great if Sephora could bring her back to talk about the powder.  💖💖💖

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@niki172 @Mcakes I agree. She gave so many useful tips and tricks. Way way better than the Charlotte Tilburry session the other day. The CT brow session turned into a sale pitch session 😂 Sephora, bring Givenchy back please 😘

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@niki172 @Mcakes @blackkitty2014

I wish they would have gone into detail about the prisme powders since the slide was blurry. What was the name of the lip liner again?

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@SportyGirly125 it was Givenchy Lip Liner 8 Parme Silhouette . I can't remember what gloss though, but I thought maybe Sephora sent out an email after the fact that mentioned all the products used I'll have to look.

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@niki172 @Thank you. Totally forgot about that email. It’s been a long week. 

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@SportyGirly125 I hear ya on that. That pencil was seared into my brain after seeing what she could do with it so I didn't need the email for that lol. I'll need to find it for the gloss though, but my thought process at the time was "gloss is gloss, but I *need* that pencil." The whole look was very pretty.

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@niki172 I totally agree! That was an awesome class, very informative and engaging. Maybe @EventsAtSephora ?

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Ooohhh good idea thank you @Mcakes I'm going to edit my post right now. I bought that lip liner she used during the class this morning. Hopefully I'm done shopping the sale, but we'll see how I do 😜

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@niki172 she did wonders with that lip liner! Ugh every time I think I'm safe from the sale, something else pops up 🙈

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Thx you @SportyGirly125 🌹

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Thank you @SportyGirly125 Heart !

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@eshoe @blackkitty2014 

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Thank you @SportyGirly125, I signed up for the Dr. Sturm and PTR class. I am especially interested in the PTR to see what they have to say about tranexamic acid. The IL founders seemed be be touting it as a great solution for hyperpigmentation, so it has my interest. 

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@eshoe I was watching the Givenchy and the PTR at the same time. Good thing Sephora Canada records it so I can watch the whole thing later. 

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@SportyGirly125 I (guiltily) did the same thing😂 The best tip I learned from the PTR had nothing to do with hyperpigmentation @itscarin ; it was about using the eye gels under eye when applying your eye makeup. Catches the fallout and nourishes the area all at once.

 

Also, not sure if I heard this during the Givenchy or Dr. Sturm, but rosacea is caused by (internal) inflammation? I am late to the game I suppose, but learning nonetheless. Anyhow, Dr. Sturm is ALL about inflammation and how what you eat affects your skin. I always enjoy her webinars, so thank you for the tag!

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@eshoe Patrick Ta likes to use eye gels/patches when he does makeup for that same reason.

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@eshoe If you find something that works on dark spots will you tag me please?  Because I've got so many products that seem to do nothing, I feel like I'm wasting my money on serums when I should just invest in IPL.

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@itscarin  It may depend on what's causing your dark spots. I usually get PIH from acne, but I also have large areas of hyperpigmentation (like the wide band across the center of my forehead). Azelaic acid helps fade my existing PIH. And if I apply it to active acne, any mark left behind is just a touch deeper than my natural skin tone (compared to how dark it'd be without azelaic acid) and fades quickly. 

 

For my larger hyperpigmentation, I use a combo of retinoids, niacinamide, arbutin, azelaic acid, and licorice root. I still exfoliate with AHAs, but that alone doesn't cut it. I need a team of the other ingredients to really touch the underlying hyperpigmentation. 

 

Kojic acid also helps, but it's hard to find a good product containing it. I did try some brightening pads a few months ago... I got 'em at Target, lemme see if I can find them online... ah, Specific Beauty Advanced Dark Spot Corrector Pads. Target sells a jar of 30 pads for $20. I used them all but not consistently, so I should get another jar and commit to daily use. But anyway, those pads contain kojic acid plus ascorbic acid (I doubt the efficacy of it here though, since it's a wildly unstable ingredient and gets lots of air exposure in this pad + jar format), arbutin, bearberry extract (another source of arbutin), silybin (a form of milk thistle that potentially helps with hyperpigmentation), and licorice root. Eh, the pads did no harm, but I'm not sure they did much good—though again, I was not at all consistent with usage, so they deserve a retest. 

 

Last time I tried The Inkey List's tranexamic acid, I wound up with a wrecked skin barrier in my oily zone. I still have the bottle but I'm too nervous to try it again. I will... someday. 

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@WinglessOne I have a sunspot that I got from a sunburn in Costa Rica in my early twenties.  🙂  All my dark spots are from sun damage.  I just haven't found anything that I think works.  Sometimes I think it's working after a day or two but I think that's just me being hopeful and not really happening.

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@itscarin I feel the same way. I am leaning toward RF microneedling at some point since I have some acne scars, texture, and pores. 

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