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Shelly Belly

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I just need so much help. XD I'm a hopeless cause when it comes to hair,make-up,and fashion. :p

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lfurvnq asked:

26 Jun 2012

Make-up brand worth investing in?

As I'm getting older,I'm getting more and more in to make-up as well as realizing the benefits of buying more expensive make-up.Now before anyone jumps on me,yes,I realize drug store brands such as Covergirl,L'Oreal,etc.,work just as fine as MAC,Urban Decay,etc. works.But I've tried a few different types of drug store brands and they just don't do the trick for me.I've saved up a little bit of money specifically for make-up found in Ulta or Sephora but now the question poses as to which brand found in these stores would be worth the money I'd put out for it?I'd be looking for;

Foundation

Concealer

Powder

*Maybe bronzer

*Maybe moisturizer

For quick facts,my skin is of a dryer side,I am currently using Covergirl's Trueblend in the "color" creamy natural as well as its complimentary pressed powder and Physicians Formula concealer.

Please give suggestions!And thank you!

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jackie_walsh

jackie_walsh says:

Posted on 26 Jun 2012

I'm not so sure that the "brands" are all that different even though they say they are. I think tints and colorsand textures that fit you are more important. than whether it's cover-girl, neutragena, or whatever. I mean, like a foundation that one person loves, another may hate. I think a complete makeup kit should include a mix of different brands.

What I would recommend is a a makeup consultation before you buy. I'd avoid a place like Mac that just pushes their own brands, even though they do have good makeup artists. Go to Ulta, Sephora, or a high-end department store like Nordstrom and get a consultation. It's usually free but even if you have to pay, it's worth it I bet. And maybe take a friends with you who will give you honest advice about what really makes you look better.

francisgoldsmith

francisgoldsmith says:

Posted on 13 Sep 2012

I think you can find some good brands at an Online Beauty Store.They have the latest and the best in there.

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