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liquid makeup

Posted by vannie (My Page) on
Tue, Dec 26, 06 at 14:15

I know a lot of you use mineral make up, but I just couldn't get the hang of it. I loved Almay until they changed it, and I don't care what they say, it's not the same. What kind of liquid make up do you use that covers really well and stays put? I like Clinique, but it seems like its gone by noon. Vannie

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RE: liquid makeup

Prescriptives has a nice liquid makeup. It is called Traceless. There are 3 different tints depending on your skin tone. I used this before changing to Bare Minerals. Also, buy the brush (pricey) for applying the makeup. It is worth the money as it will last forever.

Good luck.

RE: liquid makeup

vannie, a light dusting of loose untinted powder will help set your foundation so it stays on longer....

RE: liquid makeup

No matter what brand I use, my skin is so oily that makeup in general "slicks" off during the day....but I have been using and liking the Maybelline Pure foundation that is 50% goes on nicely, covers nicely (I have very uneven-textured & colored facial skin). I use loose powder over it.

I am not one to buy any makeup from department store counters, so I can't recommend any expensive brands.

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