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  • #20230
    BelindaSK
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    You are so lucky Connie! My skin has been ornery most of its life.😝 It does better now that I’m doing most of my skin care. I think, as I age too, it’s gotten a little better. But nothing’s going to change large pores and scars, unless it’s something really drastic, unfortunately.

    #20248
    Cynnara
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    Lol. I love when you only need,foundation for bad days. I’m noticing that the makeup helps my skin heal better. Less breakouts. Which makes me happy. Can we say, none in two months? Yay!

    #20303
    BelindaSK
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    That’s awesome news, Twin!

    #20307
    Cynnara
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    Yup. I think the ingredients are helping as are the lack of crud. Even if I forget to wash before bed. Not a problem.

    #20331
    BelindaSK
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    👍

    #20965
    Cynnara
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    Three months, no breakouts. Boo yah! Arrowroot starch is a tad too heavy, so I’m going to use rice powder for my blushes, etc. See if it makes a difference. But, I’m learning that if I concentrate my make up centrally and spread out toward my chin, cheeks, etc, my coverage is better and it’s much more natural. I deem this a major success!

    #20971
    Marie
    Keymaster

    YAY!!!!!!! 🎉😄✨🌟🍻

    #20973
    BelindaSK
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    Woo hoo Twin!!

    I ate chocolate – chocolate strawberries, then Tim Tams, then some S’more Girl Scout cookies – so I am totally breaking out. Darn you chocolate!!! Why do you have to be so tempting and yummy?!?!

    #20979
    Cynnara
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    Chocolate is the universe’s way of saying it loves you. The breakouts are the way of reminding you to not go overboard. I think it needs to give up the breakouts and sending weight to the hips.

    #21272
    C
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    I’m an amateur when it comes to face make up. I made the liquid foundation and from a distance it looks fine, but up close it doesn’t look smooth and gets in the lines of my forhead and such. Does that mean I need a primer before or a product after? Belinda, is your primer out of the book? Anyone want to help a newbie out? 😊

    #21301
    Cynnara
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    Lmao, welcome to amateur central. Oh wait, that’s just me. Are you blending the foundation so the coverage isn’t overly thick? Should be thin. Then once it’s set, you can layer more to build up the coverage itself. I find if I put too much on and don’t shear it out, I get where it shows my lines. But when I use a light amount, it works easier. Then I will sometimes use the powder foundation over it as a finish.

    #21314
    BelindaSK
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    C, my primer is one I’ve had for ages from Lancome. It’s called La Base and it works really well. It makes makeup go on much smoother, and it doesn’t seem to settle in the creases quite as badly. I have very oily skin and it seems to help with a bit of oil control. And last but not least, it helps keep the makeup out of my very large, easy to clog up pores! So it’s a win, win, win in my book! You can get the generic version at http://www.makingcosmetic.com under the name “silicone base”, I think it is. That is what I will be doing when I run out of the stuff I have now. It’s a must have, in my book.

    And I second Twin. This is amateur central! Very few of us know what we are doing! Haha!

    C, maybe if you went over your exact ingredients and your process, We at the forum could help you trouble-shoot a bit. I think what Twin said in the above comment is a good start too. I’d try her suggestions first and see if it helps your makeup look better.

    #21319
    Cynnara
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    Trust me, I used to be the smear it on kind. But I worked in theatre and with pancake makeup, you must go thick. So, transition from that to real makeup was really hard for me. I had to learn the less is more method. Otherwise it wasn’t pretty and I still have moments. There was the eyeliner moment on Monday….omg, Twin, you’d have died laughing had you seen that wreck. I completely had to redo my entire eye area.

    I’m lucky, my pores don’t come around large unless I’ve irritated them. When I have, I have to break out the routine my gram taught me. Works for me every time. Which is why I’m trying to make it a gel. It would work soooo much easier.

    Depending on how much oil you used, it can also require a bit more blending. Guess how I know… lol.

    #21344
    BelindaSK
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    Twin, did you stab yourself in the eye with eyeliner or mascara wand?? I just LOVE it when I do that!! And having mascara smeared on the contacts? Another FAVE of mine!😝

    My pores are doing much better since using the cleansing balms. My pores are mostly clean and so look slightly smaller. Score!

    #21357
    Cynnara
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    Lmao, better than that. I thought I would try the cat eyeliner move. Can we say big ole smear? Yes we can. It basically coloured my lid almost dark bronze. *shakes head* worse, I was laughing this morning, telling myself to not do something stupid…Bam! Did it again.

    👁👁👁👁👁

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