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TOPIC: Make up help
Created by: Scandle
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Though I've lived most of my life without worrying too much about make up, I'd like to glam up before heading out to special events since my face is showing my middle age more and more. Unfortunately, even the hypoallergenic liquid foundations and eye make up I've tried really irritate my eyes - even when I've been extremely careful to keep it OUT of my eyes. Powders are awful, too. Since nobody here is trying to sell me your product, your opinions will probably be the least biased I can find. Any suggestions on what I should look for, and where to get it? Thanks in advance!

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oh wow M you are so lucky! I have actually pondered going to cosmetology school...just to learn how to do my make up like a professional. I am loving the smokey eyes. I am currently into the browns, even though the purple and black is very pretty as well!! The greys are not me though. My eyes are just too brown. My daughter's eyes are green, I think she'd look fab with the grey smokey eyes. I'm addicted too. Eye shadows...I'm definately a Nars girl. Although Smash Box makes great products for sure. I love the smash box primer too....and I have found a fabulous foundation called No. Seven. For me though, skin care is as important as make up itself. If you have healthy, vibrant skin...your make up will look great.


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I would volunteer for that too. She can practice on me anytime.

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I think I have that same kit, Shels! :) And my eyes looked awesome for the play I was just in. VERY OVERDONE, as was true to the character I played, BUT I'm also going to do them up more when we go out. Everyone was surprised I did my own makeup for it, and I got bunches of compliments. Looked good on stage.

So, yes, I'm an Ulta and Sephora fan, have been for a bit.

I guess I've been blessed with fairly good skin, was always a bit oily as a teen. Why are we never quite satisfied with ourselves? :)

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oh thank you! I went to Sephora and bought another smokey eyes kit...this one is for grey/black at night and browns for the day. I also got new brushes. I have too much shit LOL.


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Sign me up to sit in on that class Shells. Your eyes are stunning!

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You got it sis!!


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I am so happy that it is working for you! Shelly,when I get the chance to meet you in person , I am going to ask you to show me how to do eyes. I have no clue. My mom and older sister were no help whatsoever

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Glad it is working for you. Ulta is a nice place, we have one here I go there and get makeup brushes and stuff like that, they have a great selection of them.

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Shel, with all the freckles and lines I have on my face, I WANT foundation to cover them up! LOL!

Today I tried out a new salon, ULTA, that carries several different brands. A cosmetician discussed what I needed and what some of you recommended (Bare Escentuals), and said Pur Minerals is a very similar product at the same price that might work even better. So far, wearing the foundation and blush for 6 hours, I'm doing okay! Now to learn how to do eye make up...

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you may want to skip foundation. I did not wear foundation for years and years...but you have to have a seriously good skin care regimen so your skin looks super hydrated and healthy. Glad you are trying different things. Another option, if you see a dermatologist...they usually know of good, hypo allergenic products as well.


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