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Tyler92

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  1. Tyler92

    Most unnoticeable makeup for guy

    Was mentioned earlier in this thread by another poster: "I have only ever used Bare Escentuals line of BareMinerals. I use their mineral veil to counteract the slight glittery look. It softens up the whole appearance quite nicely; a very important effect that seems to be overlooked. So I think I get the best of both worlds. A great foundation that covers very well and the mattifying and complexion softening effects of mineral veil. I usually apply the veil only after the foundation and it'
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    Most unnoticeable makeup for guy

    Makin sure that these are the two elements for guys: Primer = foundation makeup = concelear Anything else needed for guys make-up wise, and did I define these terms correctly as used in this thread?
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    Eyebrow pencil

    Looking for a cheap, but quality eyebrow pencil/shader, to fill in eyebrows area that may be sparse. This is the product idea, but way too expensive: http://studio5ive.com/HTML/mens-beard-shader.htm http://studio5ive.com/HTML/mens-eye-pencil.htm Please list any quality options that are available!
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    Most unnoticeable makeup for guy

    Ok, so in definining words here in this thread. Primer = foundation makeup = concelear Yes? Also, a few brand names have been listed here, but please list any others that are of quality use for guys.
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    Lip Balm

    Wanted to start wearing Lip Balm - seems like it should be unisez, but I guess for a guy you would want something less shiny, and more for quality. Any particular brands to recommend? I've heard good things about Burt Bees, but just making sure what is popular - good for guys.
  6. Deciding between two different regimens. Current acne is mild, with oily skin. acne is mainly puss that is easily squeezed out, and blackheads. Only acne treatment is Paula's Choice 2% bha gel. Both regimens are pretty similiar, but differ in one aspect. Dan - cleanse, bp, moisturizer. Paula's Choice - cleanse, bha, bp. (moisturizers/sunscreen recommended) Basically, one has moisturizer as one of the steps, and the other has a toner/exfoliator. What might the difference between the usage
  7. So I have mild acne with oily skin, but over the last 1-2 yrs., I have been really only getting acne in my hairline. I don't really have acne elsewhere except for occasional breakouts - since its confined to the hairline, I thought it may have something to do with how to specifically treat acne in this area. I have pretty thick facial hair, and do not really get a very close shave going downward only (I do not shave against the grain currently). -Current shaving items include: edge gel for
  8. Tyler92

    Shaving possibly causing acne now

    So I have mild acne with oily skin, but over the last 1-2 yrs., I have been really only getting acne in my hairline. I don't really have acne elsewhere except for occasional breakouts - since its confined to the hairline, I thought it may have something to do with shaving. I have pretty thick facial hair, and do not really get a very close shave going downward only (I do not shave against the grain currently). -Current shaving items include: edge gel for sensitive skin, and the Gillette Tra
  9. Ummmm....anyone got an answer? Wanna know if this or any other product is good to/supposed to be placed along the beard/facial hair areas for guys.
  10. Using Paula's choice, and have for a while. Never bothered to put this product on beardline, cause was always shaving there, and figured I didn't need to place extra acne product there. Should I be doing this? Anything to look for during the intro period to placing gel here? Thanks.
  11. 2% bha vs. 8% aha What are the differences in what the products do? I have oily skin, blackheads clogged pores, and the 2% bha worked great before. Haven't uses an aha before, wondering if this might be better.
  12. Includes a regimen and products from a publicized E-book: http://www.acnefreein3days.com/catalog/ginale.php That's a link only to some of the products, you actually have to buy the E-book that details the regimen. Anyone know anything about this, and any success people have had with it? Thanks.
  13. So salycyclic for deep cleaning, mandelic for skin rejuvenation. Sounds good Lion. I'm real skeptical about using the Vivant cause it has alcohol in it - very bad experience with products with that ingredient. For the Garden of Wisdom - 10 or 15%? (Also - here's the link again - hard to find:) http://www.gardenofwisdom.shoppingcartsplu...exfoliants.html What are your thoughts about me using GC instead of Mandelic - what would the major difference at this point for me after the Paula's Ch
  14. Your skin has alot of stuff in it that needs to be released. Before I got serious with this regimen, I had a whitehead on my chin - or so I thought it was a whitehead. I picked at it carefully once, but nothing happened at all, it wouldn't budge. After about 3 weeks of just washing (before adding in BHA), it came out to the surface, and I extracted the puss, and wow was there alot of it. What looked like a very small whitehead, was actually a huge pimple that was deep beneath the skin, deep
  15. Hey Pendelton, I've been using the same product as you for about 5 months now. I have (had) mild acne and oily skin. My regimen for monring and night: -Purpose Gentle Facial Cleanser -Paula's Choice 2% BHA liquid. Initially, I had tons of purging, and I noticed the puss was coming out of the surface alot easier. After all this, I had alot of blackheads that were notcieable up close, at which point I got an acne-facial from an aestetician. That cleared the blackheads. After all that, I got
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