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lina adriana




25 Aug 1989

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lina_adriana asked:

18 Dec 2010

my skin is acne proach,what's the best make up for me?

ex : the type of concealer(mousse,liquid or stick), foundation or powder. my skin is so easy irritation



krista090 says:

Posted on 18 Dec 2010

there is make up that is specially made for sensitive skin like yours, however i don't know the name but if you ask at the drug store or make up shop they will be able to guide you.


sena95 says:

Posted on 18 Dec 2010

I dont think using products over your acne will help them to go will make it dont put anything on your face when you have acne.


ninja_nikki says:

Posted on 19 Dec 2010

There are some makeup products that actually help fight acne.
The makeup products have salicylic acid (which is what alot of face washes have in them to fight acne).
Makeup that's oil free wouldn't clog up your pores (but I still wouldn't recommend it).
And there is special makeup (sensitive) for people that have acne prone skin.
....But I would try to go bare for a while to help your skin regenerate...even though I don't have horrible skin I have my fair share of pimples and ALOT of white heads and black heads. I've noticed since I stopped wearing face makeup and I have been washing my face really good my skin has actually gotten really pretty and clear.


rawr_its_jade says:

Posted on 21 Dec 2010

the best stuff to use is the stuff that is going to help fight breakouts! i have the same problem as you, and it sucks. i know people tell you don't use make up, but i know how you feel! you want to cover it up. go to kohls, sears, or a department store where you can talk with an employee who is specialized in this. i don't know your skin type, etc. but they will help you find the perfect product! :D

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