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    Thanks Sparkly and Crumpet, will go have a look around at the shops tomorrow
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    ^Good luck and let us know what you pick.
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    Prescriptives traceless foundation.
    They match it to your skin. Love that shit. So light and airy.

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    Anyone tried the Korres foundation?

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    Well I picked up the Revlon ColorStay foundation, and I am quite impressed. It does have great coverage which does last, but man is it a bitch to get off!

    I went with the ColorStay as it was cheaper, and unfortunately being in a smalltown, the local chemist rarely (if ever) stock samples so it was a bit of a gamble. I think I'm going to go for the Estee Lauder DoubleStay though when I have a bit of extra cash!

    Will update when I do Thanks.
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    I am loving Lancome's Photogenic Lumessence foundation. I have combo skin, and it's a bitch to find a foundation that's hydrating enough without being overly oily. This foundations fits the bill. It looks very natural, but it gives gorgeous looking skin. I pair it with the Lancome primer and the Flash Retouche concealer. Even my boyfriend commented on how great my makeup looks lately, and he doesn't usually notice things like that.

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    Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation

    Silk is right. I don't know how it's so silky and oil free. It feels like when I've put moisturizer and foundation on after I've had a facial. Allure Magazine voted it best liquid foundation last year. I bought knowing I could return it but I'm not returning it. I'm very impressed.

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    ^^ I love the Le Metier de Beaute line, I'm using this gorgeous primer type product, and the foundation, and I look flawless, and younger. Just love it!

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    I'll definitely have to try the Giorgio Armani Foundation. The biggest problem for me is finding a foundation light enough for my light complexion. The one I have been using recently is Double Wear Light by Estee Lauder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmmdee View Post
    Prescriptives traceless foundation.
    They match it to your skin. Love that shit. So light and airy.
    I personally love Prescriptives because I can get the perfect tone for my skin.
    Damn company's gone under. Now what? I don't wear foundation often but when I do I want it to look like it's not even there.

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    I've been using Almay clear complexion makeup for a few years now. It's about 13 dollars, lasts 6 months if used daily, and has a very even, but natural look. Almay is my favorite for any skin products, but I use a lot less makeup now than I used to - only foundation, blush, and mascara.

    I used to use Great Lash, but on a whim I switched to the Colossal, also by Maybelline. One sweep per eye and BOOM, long lovely lashes.

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    Revlon Age Defying, soft beige:


    I tend to have dry skin and this stuff works great! Price is reasonable and a little bit goes a long way.



    Count me in on the Maybelline Great Lash, I love the new big brush:


    Best mascara I've ever tried and doesn't irritate my eyes one bit. And it's cheap!!

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    I use SkinTint FX with Natural FX over top. I really, really love anything Cover FX.
    My first impression of Cover FX was that it was really thick and meant for people that needed heavy coverage, so I avoided it. I had a Cover FX makeup artist do my makeup and she gave me a full size of the Natural FX foundation she used on me.
    I fell in love.

    When I left my makeup bag in my s/o's vehicle, I just put on the old foundation that I used to swear by. Ew. I had to wash it off my face immediately.

    I often get asked what I use for foundation and I always direct them to Cover FX.

    I refuse to use MAC.

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    Kinda loving the Mabelline Super Stay Makeup right now. I have really, really oily skin and it does a great job of not melting away through the day...doesn't last the 24 hours like advertised, but it's pretty good. Does a nice job of spackling the pores and covers the blotches just dandy, blends well too. Usually go for a more pricey foundation, but this is actually quite cheap and cheerful. OK, here's my little makeup discovery. I use the liquid foundation as a base and the mineral makeup works great as an under eye concealer. Take a small brush and smush it into the mineral powder, don't tap it on the side of the jar, you want a bunch of powder on the brush and kinda press it into the under eye area. Feather the edges when you're finished, looks much more natural than cream coverups.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetness View Post
    Count me in on the Maybelline Great Lash, I love the new big brush:


    Best mascara I've ever tried and doesn't irritate my eyes one bit. And it's cheap!!
    I have always HATED Great Lash for that crap ass brush in the original, but I bought this big brush kind on a closeout and I love it. I don't know how anyone uses the tiny, sparse brush in the original Great Lash.

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