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  1. I bought bare minerals matte and used sephora ultra smoothing primer undernearth. I also used some concealer I have dry, sensitive, acne prone skin. I applied all this and wore it for 8 hours, and had so many new pimples when I took it off! I used: bare minerals matte Titanium Dioxide, Zinc Oxide. Inactive Ingredients: Lauroyl Lysine, Silica, Calcium Silicate, Soil Minerals. May Contain: Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Iron Oxides Sephora ulta smoothing primer Isododecane, Glycerin,
  2. Ultimately I don't believe that Salicylic Acid nor Benzoyl Peroxide is my skin's cup of tea. My face was not having it, and so last night I washed my face with the Paula's Choice Pore Normalizing Cleanser... which I literally just read has Triclosan in it (antibacterial - but can ultimately lead to super germs). Umm, definitely swapping out that cleanser.. Continuing on, I used some pure witch hazel and some of this toner that I concocted (manuka honey, green tea, tea tree oil, and lemon)
  3. Alright so I was just wondering if any of you ladies have used either the Beauty Blender or Sephora brand solid brush cleanser? I find it a bit of a chore cleaning makeup brushes so I just wanted to try something that would speed it up a bit and thought that one of these would be a good option. I'm concerned about it potentially leaving residue on my brushes though and causing possible break outs? The one ingredient in both of these cleansers I'm mainly concerned about though would be the coc
  4. I am about to start the regimen and need help choosing a high end foundation. Drug store foundations often lead to bad break outs for me. I have narrowed it down to several options that are specified for sensitive skin. I have read that you should avoid foundations including a high amount of alcohol, do you agree? Some of foundations include dior skin nude and lancome tient miracle. Even though I'd like to try these foundations I've found some alternatives such as tarte amazonian clay, hourglass
  5. I just started on my Accutane (Roaccutane for me) journey yesterday. I'm using the Sephora Radiance Cleansing Foam and was wondering if any of the ingredients would be too harsh on my skin, irritate, or possibly cause potential damage. Here is the list of ingredients: -Citrus Extracts (orange, lemon, grapefruit): Provide gentle chemical exfoliation and are rich in AHA. -HydroSenn+™: Prevents skin from drying out. Water, Glycerin, Sodium Cocoyl Glycinate, Sorbitol, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sod
  6. Today I had a photo shoot, but unfortunately no personal makeup artist. So, I went to Sephora for a walk-in application. I was really bummed about wearing heavy makeup all day, but I knew it had to be done for the camera. I was even more bummed when the artist slathered Murad moisturizer and Kat Von D foundation all over my face (a very heavy foundation that can be used to cover tattoos as well). Don't get me wrong, she was incredible and I loved the way the pictures came out, but when I loo
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