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calgirl

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  1. I agree with sara... you MUST use a concealer brush (they sell it). The big brush alone doesn't give enough coverage.
  2. What I've found is that layering the BP is much faster and easier. So just apply one thin layer of BP (until its dry), then another, then another. I usually do 3 to 4 layers. I've found that it works just as well but it's much faster and easier. It takes about a minute to apply. Also, to get it out of the tube, I unscrew the whole cap. More comes out that way. Hope this helps you cut down on your regimen time! Let me know how it works for you.
  3. hey, I've heard of this home treatment microdeambrasion, youthful essence. Check it up on the internet. i've never tried it myself, but I am curious to see how effective it is. (I've heard raves about it... and it's gentle too.) Let me know if you try it.
  4. Using Dan's regimen, after the BP I wait 15 min. then put it on... wait another 5-10 then moisturize. Not sure if that's the right way to do it, but it works for me.
  5. I just tried bare eccentuals and I really like it... My skin looks almost flawless... I think to get the coverage you want, you really have to build it up. Just keep on dabbing more on until you can't see the blemish anymore. It works for me.
  6. I just checked the website and there is a link where you can buy online.
  7. I assume the active ingredient is Vitamin-K. You can go to their website: www.vitaksolution.com for more information.
  8. Hey, this is an effective and cheap way to fade red/brown spots quickly. You can find it at Walgreens for $10. Personal Tip: use lots! Hope this helps...
  9. Those blotting sheets could sometimes be very expensive. What I've found to work just as well are napkins... the normal square kind that you by at Costco. It has more surface area too. Besides, napkins are made to absorb oil. Open it up and hold it against the light and you can see how much oil it absorbs.
  10. For the problem of the BP drying before you can work it in, try layering. Like first to one layer, then apply another and then another, etc. It works the same, but it's is a lot easier to apply it this way.
  11. Try Vita-K solution for blotchy skin. It really works... it fades red marks fast. And it's guaranteed too. You can find it at Walgreens for about $10.
  12. I tried this blackhead/whitehead controller made by Apresia. It really works. It dissolves white heads and black heads within a few weeks. Go to www.skintactix.com to order.
  13. This product really works... it's guaranteed too. Personal tip: put lots of it on. You can find it at Walgreens and probably any other drug store. It helps red marks fade fast!
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