(Closed) Airbrush make-up as daily make-up?

posted 5 years ago in Beauty
Post # 16
156 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2017

I’d give up makeup and get a good dermatologist. 

Post # 17
6132 posts
Bee Keeper

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punkybrewster :  Let’s see, can you have a tube of pigmented lotion? Like a BB cream?

Otherwise I would go without. I had t go without eye makeup for awhile and most of the time now sure to dry eye. She said it was irreversible of the dry eye became permanent because the duct would die. So no eye makeup. My skin actually improved over time due to the the lack of stuff on it. 

What are you allowed to do regarding lotions and sunscreen? 

Does your condition clear up over time? Or is it chronic? 


Post # 18
237 posts
Helper bee

Typically that stick on eye makeup is kind of a gimmick. It never looks good upon application and you would need to blend it out with a brush which would defeat the purpose of disposable strips for you. 


I second the suggestion of a good dermatologist. It sounds like all of your problems could be solved with a stellar skin care routine. 

Post # 19
457 posts
Helper bee

I don’t quite understand why you can’t squirt some from a bottle and use your fingers. Surely you don’t go through the whole day and night without putting your hands near your face, how do you eat, scratch an itch, etc. If you can’t apply anything to your face at all, seems like the bigger concern is moisturiser and sunscreen since you said you have pale skin. 

As PP mentioned, make up is clean but not sterile. Even if it was, as soon as you opened the packet, air can get in and wouldn’t be any more. So even if you used a disposable mascara wand for example, air will still enter the mascara tube and potentially bring in bacteria. 

A pillow case, even freshly washed, isn’t sterile either, and even if it was, it certainly isn’t once you put your head down on it. 

Probably have to skip the eye make up. Is getting your lashes tinted an option? That lasts a few weeks and looks nice. 

Also even if you put make up on hands free, how are you going to take it off? 

Post # 20
1680 posts
Bumble bee

Get your ophthal to write a detailed referral and take yourself to a good dermatologist xo

Post # 21
1140 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

If I were given the instructions you have listed, I definitely wouldn’t wear any mascara. And based on the reasoning you cited, I don’t think eyelash extensions will be an option either. The person who placed them does a lot of manipulation of your eyelids and lashes – my eyes were slightly irritated at the end.

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