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11/15/12 9:04 P

Thank you so much, Julz! I appreciate all the tips. I am off on a shopping trip this weekend to find all these items. I will let you know my progress with the new products. Also, I have been tested for Celiacs two years ago. I do not have it.

Edited by: BJPENNY70 at: 11/15/2012 (21:06)
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11/15/12 8:31 P

Thank you ANTZYJULZ for your great ideas. I am 52 years old with the skin issues that happen as you age and I love the tips you provide. I feel like for ladies my age the most important thing is "LESS IS MORE"! I used to work in a Nursing Home and I saw so much beauty in the aging ladies. Embrace Age!

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11/15/12 8:28 P

I've always had a few occasional blackheads around my nose, but lately they seem to be all over my face. Biore and similar products a. do not seem to actually pull out my blackheads at all b. irritate the heck out of my skin.

Are there any other solutions? I tried a homemade combination of epsom salts and iodine which helped a little, but it left my skin dry and irritated for about a week afterwards. Any ideas?



ANTZYJULZ Posts: 24
11/15/12 8:13 P

Hi BJPENNY70.

You had a couple more questions so I thought Id do a seperate reply.

If you have black under eye circles, then I would lean towards a salmon concealer. Also, before you put makeup on, put some cool teabags on your eyes or some cool cucumbers. These will settle the puffiness and reduce the discolouration. Also I would maybe get an allergy test because its possible that you could be allergic to gluten or something else? I only say this becaus when i researched this, I found that celiacs + dark circles were linked... so its worth a check right! :)

For the powder on your face, I would stay away from heavy coloured powders as your already have dry skin. You should try a light translucent powder (which alot of brands do.... Makeup Forever HD Powder for example) and then you could even mist your face with some evian spray before heading out, to get rid of the powdery look. I would also maybe invest in Powderflage by Benefit for powdering under your eyes. It has micro powder so it wont settle into lines.

Yes lemon juice is a natural lightener but it will dry your skin out more. Not sure about buttermilk sorry. I would recommend getting Clinique Even Better serum or for a cheaper alternative, Garnier Dark Spot Corrector. Garniers is a light moisturiser that lightens any spots on your face. So is Cliniques but quite a bit more pricey.

For your facial hair, I would stick to plucking it if its only a few sparse hairs. If its more than that, maybe look at bleaching it or waxing? I would visit your local waxer to see what they suggest as they are more trained in this area and can take a look in person.

I hope this helps you. Let me know how you go with the everything I suggested.
Julz xx

ANTZYJULZ Posts: 24
11/15/12 7:56 P

Wow so many great questions. I love it :) keep them coming!!

Firstly, DIDS70, the shampoos that you are using wont have sulfates or silicones in them. Sulfates cause the shampoos (and face washes) to lather and then silcones add a layer around your hair which makes your hair shiney and silky. BUT both are chemicals and many hairdressers recommend that you avoid them...so basically you need to find products especially catered towards dry skin and hair. They would probably have shea, or olive oil or coconut oil in them. Ask your brand if they have any for dry skin/hair :)

IVYLASS, I would 100% recommend Palmers Cocoa Butter Body Lotion. It smells AMAZING, sinks into the skin and I have really sensitive skin and I have no issues with this brand. The original line is the best in my opinion. If you cant find Palmers, try the Garnier Body lotions in the green bottles. They have several different ones catered to different skin types. So good.

ASHLEYGILLE, The best rule for eye shadow is to put a mid tone colour, like a beige over your lid, then get a colour slightly darker and put in in your crease. blend it out with a fluffy brush. Then put a light colour on your brow bone and in your inner lid. It give definition and suits all eyes. Green eyes suit purples the best but you can wear browns too... and honestly go for any colour. Dont limit yourself. If you want a good video on how to apply eye shadow then here is a link to a video by Wayne from GossMakeupArtist.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEAYXm3ez
Ng

23KAIYA, I would not use body lotion on your face. Its too strong for your face and you will probably react to it. Also body lotions have perfumes in them, and your skin on your face is alot more sensitive compared to your body. If you need something cheap, then pick up a moisturiser from Nivea :)

MANDIETERRIER1, to stop lipstick bleeding into your lines you need to prep your lips with liner. You dont need to do the whole 80s style with dark liner all the way around your lips.. its not a good look. Just get a nude liner and line your lips and then put your lipstick on. You can also grab a liner in the same colour as your lipstick and line your lips, then fill them in with the pencil, then put your lipstick over the top. Not only will this last technique stop bleeding but it will prolong your lipstick by hours.

PDSLIM, Olive oil on the face....GREAT! I would use it if you have dry skin. I would use with caution if you have oily skin or acne prone skin as it will cause you to break out due to being a more "heavy" moisturiser. You can also use olive oil as a makeup remover and hair mask.. so keep that in mind too.

MANDIETERRIER1 Posts: 13,704
11/15/12 7:23 P

How do I keep my lipstick from running into those little lines around my lips?

MOTTAMAMALOU Posts: 6,724
11/15/12 4:49 P

Sunscreen & moisturizer.

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11/15/12 4:23 P

Italian women use olive oil to soften shin. But is this too much for your face?

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11/15/12 3:22 P

Hi Julz,

I am almost 60. I do have some aging lines that are starting to appear. I notice when I use a press powder or brush on powder the lines are more pronounced. I want to look my best at 60. I have lost 110 pounds and I am afraid the wrinkles and lines are going to get worse. Also, I am fair skinned, freckled, and redheaded. I do use sunscreen and I wear a hat when in the sun. I do have dark circles, but not like you describe. Mine aren't blue or grey/brown. They are black. If I am sick or don't get enough rest they are worse. I have tried the yellow concealer, I have tried the green. I have many other concealer only to have poor results. My circles lighten a little, but I still have them enough to make my look tired. Anymore suggestions on concealer and face powder? I usually use a fair color. Should I use something else to darken up my face color. Plus some of my freckles on my cheeks underneath my eyes are darker then the rest of the freckles. It is making my dark circles look even worse. ???? I read somewhere to use a little lemon juice on dark spots or buttermilk to help lighten them. Is that true? Don't know how to make it look better. I have dry skin. I do use a good day cream and night cream. I also use an eye cream. I do cleanse with a mild cleanser. I eat healthy and drink a lot of water. So my skin is pretty soft and moist looking, except when I use face powder. I do have senitive skin and I am allergic to a lot of things. I break out in hives and my face swells into a flaming red mess. One more thing! Facial hair. I have a few hairs that grow on my chin. I have tweezed them and use hair removal cream. It is pretty harsh on the skin, however. Any suggestion for this embarassing issue?

23KAIYA Posts: 4,853
11/15/12 2:50 P

Is it okay to use a 'regular' lotion on my face?

ASHLEYGILLE SparkPoints: (11,170)
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11/15/12 1:37 P

How cool that you offer make-up tips! Love you!!!
Anyway, I always envy women who put on eye shadow really well. I usually just cover my lids with one color, generally either a beige or lavender. What is the proper way to apply eye shadow?
(BTW, I have pale skin, dirty blond/blond hair and green eyes. I'm 41 years old.)
Any tips would be much appreciated!
Many, many thanks! You're a SP doll!
:)

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11/15/12 11:26 A

What's your recommendation for a good body moisturizer? I use Oil of Olay Regenate for my face, as well as a serum from Beautipage. I would like something good for my legs and hands.

DIDS70 Posts: 5,070
11/15/12 9:42 A

Even though I have noticed it, I still won't change-- I will make adjustments.

This is with the hair and facial products. I don't buy over the counter cheap stuff. I buy organic shampoos and conditioners and organic face washes. My shampoos don't really lather nor do my face products. What i have noticed is that they do dry out my hair and face a little bit. Add more moisturizer or conditioner and i am fine, but I just wondered why. (also some of the shampoos for color treated hair strip my hair. haven't found that with the beyond organic brand.)

I went to an organic makeup artist and she was cleansing my face. She said whatever i was using was stripping my face-- I was using the 3 step clinque products at the time. I didn't purchase her cleansers as i had found something that Beyond Organics sells and I trust Jordin Ruben.

ANTZYJULZ Posts: 24
11/15/12 1:25 A

A good over the counter foundation for mature skin is the Age Rewind by Maybelline. Its so silky and doesnt sink into lines. I also love their under eye concealer :)
Some others would be L'Oreal Age Re-Perfect Re-Plumping Foundation and the Chanel Lift Lumiere.
XOX

Edited by: ANTZYJULZ at: 11/15/2012 (01:25)
FENWAYGIRL18 Posts: 5,855
11/14/12 10:09 P

Thank you for your reply, what would u suggest as a good over the counter foundation for a woman in her late 40's?

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11/14/12 9:50 P

Ixne

LIBBYL1 Posts: 5,884
11/14/12 8:27 P

Thank you!

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11/14/12 8:15 P

Thank you. I'll keep you in mind.

ANTZYJULZ Posts: 24
11/14/12 7:49 P

Sorry I havent replied yet. I wasnt getting notifications that anyone had written in here :(

So, question 1 from FENWAYGIRL18, Airbrushing.... Im not experienced with it but Ive seen lots of reviews and videos on it, and from what I hear, its lovely to have done and the finish is flawless but it is VERY expensive and a pain to own an airbrush machine. The cleaning is very intricate and the bottles of foundation can be expensive. Personally I dont see any point in me having it in my kit, when I get the same finish with brushes... but thats just my opinion :)

IVYLASS asked about eyeliner on the top lid. I sometimes use pencil but in saying that I use a twist up liner by Rimmel called Exaggerate. It has a silky pencil that glides on and then you can smudge it out with the sponge on the other end. I love it. Also you could try using gel liner, like the Eye Studio gel liner from Maybelline or I also like using liquid liner. I use Maybelline Studio liner. Also when your eye is closed, pull up on your eyebrow to smooth out the lid... it helps with getting the liner into the lashes.

Hope this helps lovelies :) Keep the questions coming! xoxoxo

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11/9/12 8:31 A

I only use eyeliner on my bottom lid...is there a trick to using it on my upper lid? I use a pencil. Is that the best way?

Edited by: IVYLASS at: 11/9/2012 (08:34)
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11/9/12 8:27 A

Thank you Antzyjulz, what a great answer regarding make up shelf life....more specific than any I heard before.

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FENWAYGIRL18 Posts: 5,855
11/9/12 12:11 A

what do you think of air brushing on foundation? Does it last longer? is it worth the cost?

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11/8/12 11:45 P

Stand up in a canoe!

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11/8/12 9:05 P

What a great thread!

ANTZYJULZ Posts: 24
11/8/12 8:57 P

Such a pain isnt it!!

Best advice I can give is to press some black shadow over your liner to seal it in. It dries out the liner so that it doesnt smear. Use a little angled brush to do this.

If you get black shadow dropping out onto your cheeks, then before you do this dust a chunky amount of translucent powder below your eyes so that it catches the shadow when it drops, then you can brush it away once your done :) Hope this helps!!

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My lower eye liner always runs or smears or what ever. I wold like it to stay put

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11/8/12 7:03 P

My lower eye liner always runs or smears or what ever. I wold like it to stay put

ANTZYJULZ Posts: 24
11/8/12 5:42 P

I just realised how many posts Ive done :P So ill combine a couple at a time so i dont spam you all!

So first up MEWHENRYSMAMA. Hi there!! Oily Skin keeps your skin supple and full so Im not Im not suprised that you look great for 60! It sounds like you might be over scrubbing your face with your clarisonic. How often do you use? And maybe use the sensitive brush instead? I would recommend scrubbing your face a maximum of 3-4 times per week. BB creams are great and area big trend at the moment. They have multiple added benefits like serums and spf to nourish the skin. My personal favourite are the Garnier ones.

Hi NAIJAPIKIN, When you say natural home based, do you mean home made? Couple of ideas are
1. Mashed carrot + corn flour + honey and leave for 20 mins.
2. Grapes + Lemon juice + Egg Yolks and leave for 20 mins
Natural cleaners from the store, try visiting the Lush stores! They have amazing homemade cleansers which you keep in the fridge and are pretty affordable.

Keep them coming :) Love to you all and keep up the good work with your eating plans!!!! emoticon

ANTZYJULZ Posts: 24
11/8/12 5:24 P

Hi Erica.
You have beautifu colouring.
Unfortunately its very rare to be able to match your skin colour perfectly to a foundation, so the best option is to buy 2 colours and mix them to make your perfect colour. This is also a great way to solve your winter/summer colour change as your change throughout the year. Also with your circles under your eyes, invest in colour correcting concealer. In australia, Australis do green and yellow concealers, and so does Essence. I think theres a brand called Sonya Kashuk in USA that does a concealer quad. All circles are different colours.
Basically if you have bluish circles you will need a yellow based concealer, and if you have grey/brown circles, you would need a pink/salmon concealer. These concealers counteract the colouring, and then you can put your foundation over the top and they are gone.
You can also buy brightening concealers like YSL Touche Eclat that brighten you undereyes if they look abit dull... some duplications of the YSL would be Maybelline Lumi Touch Concealer & Loreal Magic Lumi concealer.
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Julz,
I'm a redhead with the typical fair skin and freckles - although not as fair as the pure Irish redheads (probably because my mom is Lithuanian). My biggest problem though is dark circles under my eyes. I also have trouble getting the right shade of foundation/concealer becuase the fair is too light and the next step up looks too dark. Any thoughts?

Thanks,
Erica

ANTZYJULZ Posts: 24
11/8/12 5:12 P

Hi :)
Yes makeup does have a shelf life. Anything powder can generally last a couple of years as its harder for bacteria to breed in it. But products with moisture content, you need to be careful with. Here is a guide:
Mascara -3-4 months
Foundations, Cleansers & Concealers- 12 months
Powders & Eyeshadows (blushes and brozers too)- 2 years
Pencils & Lipsticks- 3 years

Some products have an indicator on the packaging. It looks like a little tub with the lid off and it will have a number on it.. this is the month indicator on how long to keep it. Have a look when you get a chance next time you use your cleanser :)
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Question : do make up products have an expiration date?

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ANTZYJULZ Posts: 24
11/8/12 5:03 P

No worries at all. Its what I love, so sharing and giving advice is such a pleasure.

For dry skin , try the Nivea Cleansing Cream Wash. Its the pink one for sensitive skin. It smells beautiful and is very affordable. For your skin type, look for any face washes with "cream" in it as it will moisturise the skin whilst cleaning it.

Another one would be the Cetaphil which is particularly designed for dry/ezcema skin. (they have an oily skin range too though).
Hope this helps you :)
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First, thanks for taking questions!

Any suggestions for a facial lotion/cream that won't break the bank? I have very dry skin and used to use Dove Facial cream but they stopped making it a couple of years ago. I tried Ponds but HATED it.

Thanks,
Naomi

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11/8/12 3:58 P

First, thanks for taking questions!

Any suggestions for a facial lotion/cream that won't break the bank? I have very dry skin and used to use Dove Facial cream but they stopped making it a couple of years ago. I tried Ponds but HATED it.

Thanks,
Naomi

AEGISHOT Posts: 3,123
11/8/12 3:17 P

Hi all, what natural home based cleanser can be used on an oily skin (facial).

MEWHENRYSMAMA Posts: 6,283
11/8/12 12:32 P

How sweet of you to answer our questions, Julz!
I always had oily skin but I am now 60! I look good but now my skin is so dry I have itching and can even get scaly skin from dryness! I am still not sure how to wash it...should I be using a cream cleanser? I have a clarisonic face washer which takes off the flaking but then I am unsure about foundation...so far BB cream seems to look best! Any recommendations?
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Edited by: MEWHENRYSMAMA at: 11/8/2012 (12:33)
RICCILYNN Posts: 2,452
11/8/12 10:41 A

Julz,
I'm a redhead with the typical fair skin and freckles - although not as fair as the pure Irish redheads (probably because my mom is Lithuanian). My biggest problem though is dark circles under my eyes. I also have trouble getting the right shade of foundation/concealer becuase the fair is too light and the next step up looks too dark. Any thoughts?

Thanks,
Erica

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11/8/12 10:16 A

For eye makeup removal - use baby oil.

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11/8/12 10:00 A

Question : do make up products have an expiration date?

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11/8/12 9:56 A

for years I have been using Clinique soap for washing my face.
now I added L' Occitane foaming wash...makes my skin so smooth and soft to the touch and eye.
apricot scrub 1-2 times a week.
Clinique moisterizer after every wash.
Clinique foundation - not every day, just on occasion.

little bit of eye liner, dark blue or black, neutral eye shadow, light layer of mascara, lipstick- and little bit of blush.



DIDS70 Posts: 5,070
11/8/12 9:05 A

I use all natural cleaners with no parabens, fragrance and lauryls. Most of the over the counter make up has those things in it like maybelline, loreal-- I use benefit girl, pur, bare esceuntals (sp) for foundations and most colors.

For cleansers, I use the facial cleansers from Beyond Organics. it has been absolutely marvelous.
as with food, you need to read your labels. Your skin is the biggest organ in your body and if you do not use good products anything you use will enter your bloodstream directly from your skin.
I always heard that if you will not eat it, don't put it on your skin.

23KAIYA Posts: 4,853
11/7/12 8:04 P

Thank you! I'll pick some of those products up and see what helps.
I grew up and live in Alaska, our sun isn't strong to begin with. The spots bothering me are the same color as typical freckles and not big but I'm vain enough it bothers me.

ANTZYJULZ Posts: 24
11/7/12 7:24 P

If you have problems with breakouts, then you should try using something with Salicylic Acid in it, or even Benzyl Peroxide. It really depends on how sensitive your skin is. I use Garnier Pure Gentle Deep Cleaning Foaming Wash which I have found to work best on my skin (Oily/Combination & Acne Prone Skin). Some others which I also liked for my skin type were Biore Blemish Fighting Ice Cleanser and Simple Foaming Facial Wash (which doesnt contain Salicylic Acid but cleaned my skin really well)

Some things to keep in mind for facial washes....
If you have oily skin, you should stick with gel wash, cleansing milk or foaming wash.
Dry Skin should stick with cleansing milk or cleansing cream.
Acne prone skin should investigate some Salicylic Acid, Benzoyl Peroxide or even AHA products... but always test on a small patch of skin to make sure you skin doesnt react.

Another thing you should do is use a facial scrub on your face. It will remove the dead layer of skin which clogs up your pores and makes you break out. Dry skin can handle maybe 1-2 times a week, Normal can handle 2-3 times, where as oily can handle 3-4 times a week. I found the best line of scrubs to be St Ives.

In regards to your pores, the best that I have heard of is Porefessional by Benefit. Its a primer that you wear under your foundation and fills them in. Estee Lauder Ideallist is a serum which has some good reviews. Also Clinique Pore Minimizer Refining Lotion is pretty reputable. Ive also read that blackberry & blueberry juice is a natural way to refine pores. Eminence do a serum with these juices if you are after something natural.

Also- how is the pigmentation from not wearing sunscreen??... personal reccomendation: Ive been using the Garnier Dark Spot Corrector Moisturiser which just came out. Noticed a big chance in my skin colouring.

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I use the Neutrogena brand for most of my products, I love their antiaging line.

What do you recommend for how often to wash? I'm only 33 but smoked for several years and never wore sunscreen, my skin is combination and super touchy, easily prone to break outs.

Are there any make up products that can help with large pores, and not just hide them?

Thank you!

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23KAIYA Posts: 4,853
11/7/12 2:53 P

I use the Neutrogena brand for most of my products, I love their antiaging line.

What do you recommend for how often to wash? I'm only 33 but smoked for several years and never wore sunscreen, my skin is combination and super touchy, easily prone to break outs.

Are there any make up products that can help with large pores, and not just hide them?

Thank you!

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11/7/12 2:44 A

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ANTZYJULZ Posts: 24
11/7/12 2:02 A

It sounds like yuo have oily skin... if you do, then a gel face wash or milk facewash is best (look for gel, or milk in the name) and always DOUBLE clense. First wash removes makeup, second wash cleans skin. Use warm water. Yes it opens the pores, which is why its best to splash your face with cool water when you are done to close up the pores.

I also use a clarifying toner after my face wash to help with my break outs- both my face wash and toner has salicylic acid in it. If you have sensitive skin, then you might not react well to the salcylic acid. But try double cleaning first- and let me know how you go.

If you have extreme acne skin- try mineral makeup. Like Bare Minerals, and Nude by Nature as they are 100% natural and will soothe your skin.
If you just want decent coverage, then maybe try the foundations I mentioned below. I love them best :)
Also- Im pretty sure Neutrogena to a healthy skin foundation....Im from Australi and they dont sell it here, but maybe as your local drugstore if this has acne fighting properties in it.
Hope this helps :)
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How do you recommend removing makeup? Some people tell me not to wash your face with hot water due to it opening your pores, but others say you should. I usually use makeup removal wipes and then wash my face with a mild cleanser but sometimes I still get breakouts. :( What makeup is good to prevent breakouts?

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ANTZYJULZ Posts: 24
11/7/12 1:56 A

Best that i have found- cos you have same skin type as me....

Revlon Colorstay for Oily/Combination Skin.
Maybelline Super Stay

and if you want something more light weight, I like the Garnier BB Cream for Oily Skin.

If you have redness it might be worth getting a green concealer (put this on first and then foundation over it) this will counteract the redness and nuetralise it.

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11/7/12 12:33 A

How do you recommend removing makeup? Some people tell me not to wash your face with hot water due to it opening your pores, but others say you should. I usually use makeup removal wipes and then wash my face with a mild cleanser but sometimes I still get breakouts. :( What makeup is good to prevent breakouts?

KACEYSW Posts: 2,490
11/7/12 12:19 A

I use Pure Minerals. It is an oil free mineral make up that covers my issues really well!

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11/6/12 11:49 P

What is your favorite foundation for someone who is acne prone and has redness and dark circles?

I need an oil free full coverage foundation.

ANTZYJULZ Posts: 24
11/6/12 9:28 P

No sorry- that would be a question best to ask a beauty therapist. I specialise in makeup and skintypes etc.

However... from what I hear, make sure the wax is hot enough (not enough to hurt you) but if you dont heat it up enough it can transfer onto your skin and not rip any hair out.... leaving you with wax everywhere...

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11/6/12 9:20 P

Any tips for using nair for the first time?

ANTZYJULZ Posts: 24
11/6/12 8:51 P

Hey Guys,

Im new to this site (when I saw new, I joined ages ago but never actually started)..
Anyway Im a makeup artist and I know that losing weight is tiring (im over it) but I know I can always feel a little bit better when i do myself up with makeup etc. Im available for any tips or advice etc on makeup because while we cant always be happy with our bodies, we can feel good about our face etc. Nothing like a good ol pamper... so yeh. Like I said, this site is to communicate and share out stories and this is big part of my life. so fee free to throw me any questions
Love Julz

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