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#1 Kerry82

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Posted 27 February 2014 - 07:26 AM

Okay so this isn't really a miracle for me, but it does help blur out some of my huge pores and in certain lighting my skin looks kinda normal!
It may work a lot better for you guys, especially if you have less/smaller pores then me. It also helps with fine lines.
 
The lighting IS different in these pics though. The before was taken at a different time of day with the light coming more from behind, so the texture shows more.  The second pic I just took this morning in front of a window.
 
Still, it's a subtle difference, but it's worth it I think. I don't wear it everyday but it has 30SPF in it so might as well.  I put it on after my tinted moisturizer (also has SPF).  In the 2nd pic that's the only makeup I'm wearing.
 
It's called L'oreal Revitalift Miracle Blur oil-free SPF.  It's like $20 at CVS but you
They're using the word "equality" to highlight a big inequality in men/women's earning potential but doing it in a way that won't harm anyone because...it's just a quarter. can find it at Walmart for cheaper. 

 

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Posted 27 February 2014 - 08:32 AM

your skin looks good! i was going to try that stuff and wondered how it worked so thanks for posting the pics. i have tried the pore professional stuff from benefit but it always seems to look cakey after applying it. not sure why though. i almost wonder if it should be used after makeup instead of before. 



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Posted 27 February 2014 - 09:04 AM

your skin looks good! i was going to try that stuff and wondered how it worked so thanks for posting the pics. i have tried the pore professional stuff from benefit but it always seems to look cakey after applying it. not sure why though. i almost wonder if it should be used after makeup instead of before. 


Aw I don't think anyone's ever said my skin looks good before! Lol
This stuff is really smooth & almost silicone like. I added a pic after I put face powder on.
I read some reviews where girls used it after makeup like you're saying & they said it worked just as well.

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Posted 27 February 2014 - 09:14 AM

your skin looks good! i was going to try that stuff and wondered how it worked so thanks for posting the pics. i have tried the pore professional stuff from benefit but it always seems to look cakey after applying it. not sure why though. i almost wonder if it should be used after makeup instead of before. 


Aw I don't think anyone's ever said my skin looks good before! Lol
This stuff is really smooth & almost silicone like. I added a pic after I put face powder on.
I read some reviews where girls used it after makeup like you're saying & they said it worked just as well.

thanks for putting up another pic and yeah you really do have great skin!! can we switch? i will have to get some of this stuff and then try it after makeup. 






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