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30 Jan 2012
1) What liquid foundation would be best for my skin? I have minimul break outs, with a few zits here and there. My face gets red/pink easily. I have very pale skin (even the color 'ivory' is too dark for me at the moment). I am currently using Fit Me liquid foundation in the lightest color they make (110). I would also liike a foundation that covers very well. One that will stay on through out the day.
2) What is the best concealer to use to cover up red scars and redness/ under eye circles in general?
3) What powder stays on and lasts all day? One that comes in a light color. I am currently using the lightest Fit Me pressed powed (110). It is too dark.
Thank you so much to anyone who can help with these questions! I would also like products that aren't too expensive. But feel free to list them if they are expensive.
My skin is also sometimes dry. So nothing that will dry it out please.
Posted on 31 Jan 2012
Ummm idk anything lighter for you haha but i do kno for the red circles under your eye. If anything is red try to find a yellow or green tinted concealer. I kno it sounds crazy but it works cuz it counter acts the red and makes it look like its not there. then regular concealer over it lightly. :)
Hey I hope that this helps you
1) Try the Almay smartshade make up, it provides a natural cover and the colour is based on your skintone so I think it would be easier to find a match. Also If you use a concealer first it will increase the coverage without looking too fake.
2.) Your best concealer tool is a palette with a green,pink and a few skin colour shades (I like the Catrice palette and the palladio sticks) the green can be used to cover redness, the pink for circles and a the skin colours for blemishes.
3) I think a translucent powder would be best suited for you. I like the one from Yardley
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