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About ayla

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  • Interests theia mania. cats.

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  1. Korean Skincare

    I'm actually having a lot of luck with various asian skincare lines. At the moment I'm using Skin Food's Gold collagen serum, eye serum, and night cream. I tried Laniege's sleeping mask, but it broke me out. I'm using a Daiso HA one now, which I love. I've been using the Hada Labo HA lotion (toner) for years, and it's fantastic.   I tried Etude's Moistfull ampoule and lotion, but lord, so much fragrance, really irritated my skin.   BB creams though... bleh. They never work on me. Just a greasy mess.     Asian branded eyebrow anythings are awesome as well. I've tried Tony Moly and Dolly Wink.
  2. Best foundation for acne skin

    Mehron Celebre Pro-HD   it's amaaaazing. Covers absolutely everything, never looks cakey on me. I set it with either Maybelline Matte and poreless compact, which adds additional coverage and really does make things look poreless, or elf setting powder (the silica stuff). This stuff does need to be set, as it's a cream makeup. It seems greasy at first, but it doesn't stay that way, promise. I wear medium 2, which matches my nc30/35 skin prefectly.
  3. Skin keeps peeling from makeup

    My skin does this here and there, right now it's pretty bad with the onset of winter. It sucks. I use a hyaluronic acid toner mixed with water, about 10 to 1, in a mist bottle after applying foundation. That helps a lot. Spray generously, wait to dry, spray again if necessary. It doesn't disturb my makeup unless i spray too much, and it actually runs down my face.  Another thing that helps is taking a cotton ball dipped into whatever lotion you use, and scrubbing it over your face after washing. The threads of cotton pick up the flakes (ones you can't see as well) and the moisturizer helps them loosen.    This is the HA toner i use to make the spray: http://www.amazon.com/Hada-Labo-Gokujyn-Hyaluronic-Lotion/dp/B000FQUGXA   It's called a "lotion" is asian countries, but it's a toner. I feel like you probably know that, but hey.   Good luck