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#21 darkheart

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Posted 20 June 2013 - 07:15 PM

Well I don't have acne anymore, but when I did I used the N07 cleansing Balm as it's very gentle, effective and didn't upset my skin:

 

 

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Posted 23 June 2013 - 03:07 AM

Foundation: LilyLolo mineral foundation

 

Concealer: LilyLolo mineral concealer

 

Blusher: LilyLolo mineral blusher

 

(Can you tell I really like LilyLolo? ^^)

 

Mascara: Nivea Elastic Lash

 

Eyeshadow: MUA, LilyLolo, Vivo Cosmetics, Catrice,...

 

Lipstick: most often tinted lip balms, otherwise from Catrice, MUA, Vivo cosmetics,...

 

I'm an MUA (well, in the midst of my training) so I have A LOT of makeup, but these are definitely the things I prefer using myself.

 

To get it all off I use either Bioderma or L'Oréal miscellair water for sensitive skin. Works really, really well! And is so easy :)



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Posted 23 June 2013 - 04:13 PM

I use Make Up For Ever Full Cover concealer and MAC Studio Fix foundation. I wash it off with my CeraVe hydrating cleanser first, then use my Clarisonic over my clean skin to make sure it's totally clean.

 

Question for you- Do you feel like your Clarisonic has helped improve your acne in anyway? I've always been curious about those...

 

I don't think it's decreased my acne much - maybe a bit. I have hormonal breakouts so no matter how clean my skin is, it's gonna break out. But I love my Clarisonic because it fades hyperpigmentation much faster, speeds healing up on popped zits, and keeps my large/oily pores cleaner. 



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Posted 24 June 2013 - 09:53 AM

 

I use Make Up For Ever Full Cover concealer and MAC Studio Fix foundation. I wash it off with my CeraVe hydrating cleanser first, then use my Clarisonic over my clean skin to make sure it's totally clean.

 

Question for you- Do you feel like your Clarisonic has helped improve your acne in anyway? I've always been curious about those...

 

I don't think it's decreased my acne much - maybe a bit. I have hormonal breakouts so no matter how clean my skin is, it's gonna break out. But I love my Clarisonic because it fades hyperpigmentation much faster, speeds healing up on popped zits, and keeps my large/oily pores cleaner. 

 

I'm probably going to start saving up for one. I've heard too many good things. I definitely understand the "nothing really decreases your acne" feeling. Mine is primarily genetic (everyone in my family pretty much still gets acne...). But thanks for the info!



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Posted 24 June 2013 - 10:42 AM

 

 

I use Make Up For Ever Full Cover concealer and MAC Studio Fix foundation. I wash it off with my CeraVe hydrating cleanser first, then use my Clarisonic over my clean skin to make sure it's totally clean.

 

Question for you- Do you feel like your Clarisonic has helped improve your acne in anyway? I've always been curious about those...

 

I don't think it's decreased my acne much - maybe a bit. I have hormonal breakouts so no matter how clean my skin is, it's gonna break out. But I love my Clarisonic because it fades hyperpigmentation much faster, speeds healing up on popped zits, and keeps my large/oily pores cleaner. 

 

I'm probably going to start saving up for one. I've heard too many good things. I definitely understand the "nothing really decreases your acne" feeling. Mine is primarily genetic (everyone in my family pretty much still gets acne...). But thanks for the info!

 

I definitely think its worth the money. I've had my Clarisonic for a year now and I use it twice a day, everyday. 



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Posted 26 June 2013 - 07:06 PM

Foundation: Nars sheer glow
Concealer: either Laura Mercier secret camouflage or bare mineral well rested
Under eye concealer: FX conceal in light (product is very orange to counteract my blue/purple dark circles. Once you blend it out, the orange goes away.)
Mascara: Mally Volumizing mascara or Maybelline the falsies.
Powder: Tarte smooth operator (only sometimes as I tend to notice that it can cause dry patches even in my oily t-zone...)
Blush: urban decay tipsy or nars orgasm

I take my makeup off with acne.org's jojoba oil. Get about a quarter size pool in my hands, gently massage my face (usually wherever I have concealer on) in clockwise direction for one minute, wipe off with a tissue. Take another quarter size pool of jojoba oil again, 1 minute in the counterclockwise direction and use a clean tissue to remove. You'll know it's clean once you can only see no more color. Wash my face with warm water and acne.org cleanser and then apply on my night cream. This helped me tremendously when I was in the process of clearing up. But if you still have dry skin, I don't recommend the Nars sheer glow as it will stick to your dry patches and make it look extra cakey, at least in my experience. HOPE THIS HELPS! :)