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Non break out cover up

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I know... It seems very horrible that a guy wants to wear makeup. But you dont know how bad I am, my WHOLE face is red. Can you recomend a makeup that wont break you out? I asked some of my close female friends, they said clinique's "superfit". Any other suggestions?

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I dont know if this helps, but im on accutane, I have a very completly apple red face, and I use Ovace foam (for redness) and neutrogena sunscreen/moisturizer.

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i would suggest bare esentuals, it doesnt use any fragrances, oils, talc, and waxes. it goes on VERY light, but gives you as much coverage as you need, depending on much you put on.

because i dont know what condition your skin is in, you can just use the foundaion(w/ spf 15) or you can use it on top of the multi tasking minerals, which works as an eyeshadow base.

you can find them at sephora and for a pretty reasonable price

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I used to use Clinique's Superfit makeup and I thought it was great. The only reason I stopped was because there was never a shade that completely matched my skin tone. It is pretty good though as it allows your skin to breathe and is good in humid climates. I cannot comment on bare essentials and mineral make up (which a lot of people here say is superb) as I have never tried it. I hope this is of some help.

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i had clinque long ago, and I swear it looked flawless and no one could tell i was wearing a drop of make up...but of course they discontuined whatever type it was (i dont remeber the type it was though, my aunt was a clinque lady and she would give it to me) and I haven't really found anything that works as well as that did. Do not try the acne prone clinque though, it didnt cover AT ALL and it made my face peel and look disgusting.

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