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portofmorrow

Member Since 20 Mar 2012
Offline Last Active Jan 07 2014 03:08 PM

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In Topic: Facial Hair Bleach

29 March 2013 - 02:23 PM

There is mild formula Jolen cream bleach as well. I have sensitive skin and I used it on my face. It did burn a little, but it didn't make me break out. 


In Topic: Best Oil Controller/ Mattifier For Under Or Over Make Up

05 October 2012 - 07:47 PM

Are you using a foundation with a matte finish, and then setting that foundation with a powder? That usually keeps my oiliness at bay. As someone mentioned above, oil absorbing sheets are a god-send for touch-ups on the go. So is a pressed powder!

In Topic: Flaky Makeup Problem Help!

01 October 2012 - 08:24 PM

1) You should be using a natural, satin or dewy finish liquid foundation. Matte foundations can be drying. Also, make sure the shade matches your skin perfectly!
2) You have to be very careful when applying foundation. A standard foundation brush or stippling brush would be good tools for application - preferable to a buffing brush or your fingers, which are less delicate and less precise.
3) Try using a moisturizing or hydrating face primer.

And upon reading the thread, I realized I've just repeated advice that's already been given. Oh well!

In Topic: Fluorescent Lighting

13 August 2012 - 08:28 AM

Yeah, fluorescent lighting is the worst. No matter how confident I feel that day, it makes me want to run and hide.

Be careful when attempting to cover your acne with foundation/concealer, because if it doesn't exactly match you skin tone, or isn't blended properly - it will be very obvious you're wearing makeup. Only thing worse than having acne is having acne AND a bad makeup job.

My solution has been to focus my foundation/concealer in the center of my face (T-zone).

In Topic: A Tough Battle, But The Dkr Works.

11 May 2012 - 05:09 AM

But stick with it and follow the routine as best you can keeping in mind that YOU NEED TO LISTEN TO YOUR SKIN.


Yes times a hundred! When I first started the regimen, I was so eager to have clear skin that I ignored my skin (which was basically inflamed). I had to stop the regimen entirely and it's set me back a month. So yes, if you have sensitive skin - Dan's mantra of "when in doubt, use more BP" is probably not something you want to heed.