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@BeckyS0: I’ve been into the depth of YouTube. I am both on the verge of buying all cosmetics from every CVS and MAC and about to start making my own videos. But this was great for me because I know little about makeup so it was a mini research project.
I noticed three things when it came to primers. First, a lot of women use primer for their face and another primer for their eyelids and under eye area. The second thing I noticed is that the vast majority of women use liquid primer followed by liquid foundation. The last thing I noticed is there is a camp for and against silicon for people with oily skin. So you’d have to research and see which you think is better for you. I guess silicon does last longer but can sometimes feel heavy depending on the product.
Because it’s hard for you to find places at a brick-and-mortar store, I’d suggest websites like sephora.com, rickysnyc.com, or even macys.com to purchase some of the harder to find items.
Now for the videos….I see that someone has unveiled the Monistat secret, hehe. I’ve also found the MILK OF MAGNESIA SECRET!!! I have no idea of how well it works but the young woman looks beautiful and says she does it a lot when going out dancing which is kinda the same as the summer, right? Annnnd you can easily find this anywhere! > Youtube Link
Here’s a young woman who uses a traditional primer, liquid foundation, and a setting spray…with some other things inbetween > YouTube Link
This young lady reviews primers (no demos) but she has oily skin and is pretty thorough about what has worked for her skin and what hasn’t. > YouTube Link
This young woman also has oily skin (no demo) and shows a few primers. She uses foundation too but she sets with powder. > YouTube Link
Also blotting papers!! Everyone swears by them. I can’t tell what makes it standout against toilet tissue, but yeah. Listen to the YouTube pros, not me.
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@BeckyS0: I am an independent beauty consultant with Mary Kay and we sell primers and a finishing spray! I can ship straight to your house! 🙂 Let me know!! I would love to help out a fellow Bee! 🙂
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@BeckyS0: BB creams (which have been on the market in other countries than the US for a really long time) are just another base to consider. It’s like a primer and moisturizer in one that contains some great anti-aging and protective elements in it. Sometimes they have SPF in them, too. They create a very smooth finish and base, then you can apply your make-up. The ones that do this have silicone or dimethicone in them.
I have tried Olay’s CC cream (their version of a BB cream) and it’s okay. I will finish my tube but wouldn’t buy it again. I just didn’t see a huge difference when I used it, when compared with other Olay products I’ve used. It also didn’t make a very good primer to me.
But on Sunday, I discovered the BB cream by The Body Shop! As I put on a sample without a mirror, I asked Fiance if it did anything for my face. He smiled and said it made a difference he could see. I was a bit skeptical because I was thinking maybe he was being nice 🙂 but nope…he spoke truth! It gave my skin this really great finish. It was smoothed out with a nice glow…just looked awesome.
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@countrylove914: I think it’s great you are using these boards a boost for possible sales. =) Smart gal!
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@vorpalette: oh my lord- that link is amazing!! I’m scared to go through my makeup bag now! I’m not flaky usually, unless I’ve just had a microderm or something. You are probably right about it only being oily in my acne prone places- I start off the morning with great hyrdrated skin but by the end of the day my T-zone is a little oily but not too bad, except for my acne prone places like my chin. It’s either too oily or too dry if it’s broke out. If it’s not broke out I’m fine with no really noticeable oil production.
I just looked at my tinted moisturizer & it’s glo-minerals Sheer Tint Base
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@BeckyS0: What’s weird is that my acne-prone places (cheeks) are the drier areas on my face. wtf is up with that? My new skincare regimen is a non-foaming cleanser 2x a day, massaged into wet skin and then removed with a wet washcloth (to exfoliate gently). It’s definitely made a huge difference in my skin.
Your tinted moisturizer contains several no-no ingredients. :
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@Coral99: When you see posts like these you automatically think “I CAN HELP!!”. haha! Not trying to be annoying but trying to help ladies! 🙂
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I recently started using the Elf primer, because of another drugstore make up thread on here, and it does the job.