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Hi All I am still searching (UK) for a suitable oil free light foundation that won't break me out. I am currently using a mineral powder foundation but still having problems with this so thought I would try to find a suitable liquid foundation. Recently I have looked at Estee Lauder double wear light and Revlon Colourstay. I got a sample of the double wear light from the counter but when I went to try it out at home I found that it felt quite heavy and when I tried to mix water a few dro
in my teens i had the most oily skin.. now that i transfered to a new location and aging i might add, after i bought my revlon colorstay for oily skin and applied it. i realized i think my skin is changing to dry or combination.. is that normal? plUs what the hell am i gonna do with my newly bought make up.
I got Colorstay!!! finally!!! But it's a little darker than my skin... which is not good, but in my country soon starts summer, so then the tone is going to be fine... - Do you know if i can combine it with a lighter foundation? Or is better to use lighter powder? - Which powder do you recommend? Btw, i loved the foundation! I got the "dry" version, because my skin is totally dry (because of differin)... and it looks very natural! you know, totally different from the others foundatio
So this is my 2nd week ( a little more actually), even though the side effects are kicking in I am still very excited! I got 3 new pimples yesterday even though things were getting so much better the week before, no white heads just (kind of) small red bumps. It seems like no matter how much I moisturize (i literally moisturize at least 5 times a day) my skin is still dry, yet its bearably dry and thankfully its not pealing or anything. I am currently using 2 creams, mainly I am using the c