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post #331 of 4460
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Originally Posted by PixieDancer View Post

Would like to know if you tried your new Pink Bronze piggie!!??  I picked it up in the GOODBYES section recently too!  (I think I remember you saying you got PB, right?!)

This sounds like a beautiful look!  I'm not patient enough to use more than 1 piggie at a time... if I get ambitious to even do THAT!  LOL  Yes, I pretty much hoard more makeup then I use!  Thta's one of the reasons I came to play here!  I can use the pushhhhhhhh....

I like using PB as a highlighter.  It's also pretty with dark brown e/s---Embark & Handwritten, etc.  I think most of us on this thread recognize that we too have more makeup than we use!  

 girlhaha.gif

post #332 of 4460

so we're suppose to wear red and pink this month right?

i better get my lipsticks ready for action...i have accumulated a vast number of pink and red lipsticks that need to be worn!

post #333 of 4460
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Originally Posted by aradhana View Post

so we're suppose to wear red and pink this month right?

i better get my lipsticks ready for action...i have accumulated a vast number of pink and red lipsticks that need to be worn!

Yes!  I agree---A real opportunity to give neglected product some LOVE  heart.gif

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Originally Posted by Medgal07 View Post

I like using PB as a highlighter.  It's also pretty with dark brown e/s---Embark & Handwritten, etc.  I think most of us on this thread recognize that we too have more makeup than we use!  

 girlhaha.gif

 

This is why I love this thread! I would have never thought to use this as a highlighter! Will have to try this. Do you use it dry or do you wet a brush or a sponge?

 

This week was a busy week, so I didn't do any interesting looks worth noting. Tomorrow I'll have more time to do a look.

post #335 of 4460
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Originally Posted by Medgal07 View Post

I like using PB as a highlighter.  It's also pretty with dark brown e/s---Embark & Handwritten, etc.  I think most of us on this thread recognize that we too have more makeup than we use!  

 girlhaha.gif

 

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This is why I love this thread! I would have never thought to use this as a highlighter! Will have to try this. Do you use it dry or do you wet a brush or a sponge?

 

This week was a busy week, so I didn't do any interesting looks worth noting. Tomorrow I'll have more time to do a look.

I KNOWWWWW!  This is an awesome idea Medgal07!  I use Vanilla pigment mixed with my body lotion all the time to give a nice subtle healthy shimmer to my skin, especially in the summer months.  So using PB as a highlight makes perfect sense!  Maybe even mix a little with my foundation to give a lit from within glow?!?!  Oh it's experimentation time for me!!

post #336 of 4460
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I KNOWWWWW!  This is an awesome idea Medgal07!  I use Vanilla pigment mixed with my body lotion all the time to give a nice subtle healthy shimmer to my skin, especially in the summer months.  So using PB as a highlight makes perfect sense!  Maybe even mix a little with my foundation to give a lit from within glow?!?!  Oh it's experimentation time for me!!

 

That's another great idea! I think I will mix a little of my Museum Bronze pigment with lotion for a nice sunkissed look come Spring!

 

I know, I can't wait to experiment when I get home! I'll try it mixed with foundation and see what happens! I think the pink in it will bring life to my sallow face haha

post #337 of 4460
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That's another great idea! I think I will mix a little of my Museum Bronze pigment with lotion for a nice sunkissed look come Spring!

 

I know, I can't wait to experiment when I get home! I'll try it mixed with foundation and see what happens! I think the pink in it will bring life to my sallow face haha

Have you ever tried Nars Illuminator in Orgasim?  I mix a tad of that with my foundation for that affect as well!  I think PB piggie may be a good substitute for that same look!  I am excited to try it out...

 

(ps thanks for your support on the AG page... I see your little thumbs up.  xoxo)

post #338 of 4460
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Originally Posted by VampyCouture View Post

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This is why I love this thread! I would have never thought to use this as a highlighter! Will have to try this. Do you use it dry or do you wet a brush or a sponge?

 

This week was a busy week, so I didn't do any interesting looks worth noting. Tomorrow I'll have more time to do a look.

I've used it both ways, notably, it's more intense with a moistened brush.  This is a case in which a little dab really will do ya!   girlhaha.gif

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Originally Posted by VampyCouture View Post

 

That's another great idea! I think I will mix a little of my Museum Bronze pigment with lotion for a nice sunkissed look come Spring!

 

I know, I can't wait to experiment when I get home! I'll try it mixed with foundation and see what happens! I think the pink in it will bring life to my sallow face haha

I love that idea too!  I hate what winter does to my skin--what a great way to restore vibrancy (well maybe exfoliation and that).  I also like adding MAC's Lustre Drops to my foundation.

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Originally Posted by PixieDancer View Post

Have you ever tried Nars Illuminator in Orgasim?  I mix a tad of that with my foundation for that affect as well!  I think PB piggie may be a good substitute for that same look!  I am excited to try it out...

 

(ps thanks for your support on the AG page... I see your little thumbs up.  xoxo)

wavey.gif PixieDancer, I hope you'll let us know how it works for you!

post #339 of 4460
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Originally Posted by PixieDancer View Post

 

I KNOWWWWW!  This is an awesome idea Medgal07!  I use Vanilla pigment mixed with my body lotion all the time to give a nice subtle healthy shimmer to my skin, especially in the summer months.  So using PB as a highlight makes perfect sense!  Maybe even mix a little with my foundation to give a lit from within glow?!?!  Oh it's experimentation time for me!!

I think I should try Tan pigment !  Experimentation it is, 'Watson' girlhaha.gif  Who knows what we can invent if we put our heads together friends.gif

post #340 of 4460
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Originally Posted by PixieDancer View Post

Have you ever tried Nars Illuminator in Orgasim?  I mix a tad of that with my foundation for that affect as well!  I think PB piggie may be a good substitute for that same look!  I am excited to try it out...

 

(ps thanks for your support on the AG page... I see your little thumbs up.  xoxo)

 

No problem! I was trying to be a silent supporter lol This is a FUN forum and people try to find negatives in everything. Those don't matter in life! ;) One of my 2013 resolutions is to be more positive, so when I see that I ask myself if people go out of their way to be negative.

 

I actually have the Nars Illuminator in Super Orgasm! I'm NC50 and it's so shiny so I can only mix a little into the foundation, but I love how it looks on my skin. I'm going to have to see which look I like the best between PB and SO. I'm new to pigments, so I love to hear all you can do with them eyelove.gif I've got a lot of experimenting to do lol

post #341 of 4460

I'll be joining in for February! I have tons of red and pink lipsticks I need to use.

post #342 of 4460

i got so sidetracked today...forgot to wear pink or red! what was i thinking? my mind is so scattered these days...

post #343 of 4460
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I'll be joining in for February! I have tons of red and pink lipsticks I need to use.

wavey.gifWelcome Knope2012---so glad to have you with us.  Cheers to Pink & Red  drinks.gif

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Originally Posted by aradhana View Post

i got so sidetracked today...forgot to wear pink or red! what was i thinking? my mind is so scattered these days...

Not to worry aradhana---technically, it was still January.  You're in good shape.

post #344 of 4460
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Originally Posted by VampyCouture View Post

 

No problem! I was trying to be a silent supporter lol This is a FUN forum and people try to find negatives in everything. Those don't matter in life! ;) One of my 2013 resolutions is to be more positive, so when I see that I ask myself if people go out of their way to be negative.

 

I actually have the Nars Illuminator in Super Orgasm! I'm NC50 and it's so shiny so I can only mix a little into the foundation, but I love how it looks on my skin. I'm going to have to see which look I like the best between PB and SO. I'm new to pigments, so I love to hear all you can do with them eyelove.gif I've got a lot of experimenting to do lol

wavey.gifHi VampyCouture---thanks for the positive attitude and energy you're bringing.  Looking forward to having fun & sharing ideas.  I adore pigments. It's amazing to me, how differently they can look when applied with a brush moistened with Fix+ or your fluid of choice.  I've heard of folks using water or Visine.  I just find it convenient to use Fix +.  My favorite pigment is Aurora, which I believe was LE. It's described as a pinked taupe & it's just beautiful. It would look amazing on you.  This particular pigment is smoother than any that I've encountered.  If you ever see it at a CCO or via a MAC repromote, it's an absolute must have.

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Just read your look using all pigments now Medgal, wow, that really must have taken up time and not to forget, I'm sure looked stunning! smiles.gif Wish I had that many piggies, my pigment collection is only just starting out.... I'll definately be checking out your colors that you use smiles.gif
post #346 of 4460
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Originally Posted by Medgal07 View Post

wavey.gifHi VampyCouture---thanks for the positive attitude and energy you're bringing.  Looking forward to having fun & sharing ideas.  I adore pigments. It's amazing to me, how differently they can look when applied with a brush moistened with Fix+ or your fluid of choice.  I've heard of folks using water or Visine.  I just find it convenient to use Fix +.  My favorite pigment is Aurora, which I believe was LE. It's described as a pinked taupe & it's just beautiful. It would look amazing on you.  This particular pigment is smoother than any that I've encountered.  If you ever see it at a CCO or via a MAC repromote, it's an absolute must have.

 

Thanks Medgal! If I can track it down, I am totally getting it!

post #347 of 4460
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Originally Posted by glammy girl View Post

Just read your look using all pigments now Medgal, wow, that really must have taken up time and not to forget, I'm sure looked stunning! smiles.gif Wish I had that many piggies, my pigment collection is only just starting out.... I'll definately be checking out your colors that you use smiles.gif

In addition to Aurora, some of my other favorite pigments are; Chocolate Brown, Starless Night, Naked, Tan & Nebula.  I have > 50---time to stop though because they last forever!

post #348 of 4460
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wavey.gifWelcome Knope2012---so glad to have you with us.  Cheers to Pink & Red  drinks.gif

Not to worry aradhana---technically, it was still January.  You're in good shape.

LOL!  busted.gif

yes, i finally realized this morning, and I was like, yeah, my brain is REALLY scattered!

My friend's birthday was also the 1st, and I wrote her a birthday email a day early. Funny thing was that her dad also made the same mistake, so I'm not in the bad books just yet.

 

Anyway, did a pink look today...AND i used a pigment! ....double whammy ;) 

 

face

prep + prime skin smoother

prep + prime fortified skin enhancer - recharge

matchmaster 6.0

stunner blush on apples

improper copper to highlight

guerlain meteorites perles - teint dore 03

 

eyes

ddb eyebrow fluidline

brow set - clear

paint in tan-ray

hazy day on lid 

tendersmoke on outer v

 

smolder liner top and bottom

carbon to set

 

naked pigment in tearduct

 

lips

prep + prime lip

embrace me lip liner

pink pigeon

nightmoth lip liner on outer corners and blended inwards

 

i really love pink pigeon. love. love. love.heart.gif

post #349 of 4460
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LOL!  busted.gif

yes, i finally realized this morning, and I was like, yeah, my brain is REALLY scattered!

My friend's birthday was also the 1st, and I wrote her a birthday email a day early. Funny thing was that her dad also made the same mistake, so I'm not in the bad books just yet.

 

Anyway, did a pink look today...AND i used a pigment! ....double whammy ;) 

 

face

prep + prime skin smoother

prep + prime fortified skin enhancer - recharge

matchmaster 6.0

stunner blush on apples

improper copper to highlight

guerlain meteorites perles - teint dore 03

 

eyes

ddb eyebrow fluidline

brow set - clear

paint in tan-ray

hazy day on lid 

tendersmoke on outer v

 

smolder liner top and bottom

carbon to set

 

naked pigment in tearduct

 

lips

prep + prime lip

embrace me lip liner

pink pigeon

nightmoth lip liner on outer corners and blended inwards

 

i really love pink pigeon. love. love. love.heart.gif

Sounds lovely!!!  I love this exchange because it reminds me of products that I have but haven't reached for in ages---like improper copper and a few other CCBs!  How do you like DDB Eye Brow Fluidline?  I recently ordered it in spite of being skeptical about it.  Heretofore, I've used clear brow set and Embark e/s.

post #350 of 4460
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Originally Posted by Medgal07 View Post

Sounds lovely!!!  I love this exchange because it reminds me of products that I have but haven't reached for in ages---like improper copper and a few other CCBs!  How do you like DDB Eye Brow Fluidline?  I recently ordered it in spite of being skeptical about it.  Heretofore, I've used clear brow set and Embark e/s.

thanks - i also don't reach for my ccb's very often, so i'm trying to make an effort and start grabbing all those items (ccb's, pigments etc...)that i never end up getting around to using.

 

i like using the ddb - it looks more natural i find than when i use brow powder, though it might be that the brow powder i was using is too dark? overall, you're probably getting a similar effect already with embark + clear brow set...just darker. i have been lemming the 208 brush as well. my current brush is good, but i think it's better for powders and serious shaping than gel for filling in.

 

anyway, been keeping to the pink/red theme...wore occ strumpet this morning, and switched to love goddess for the evening.

post #351 of 4460
Went to an engagement last night and my outfit was black and gold so this is the look I wore smiles.gif Played it a bit safe, will save the red lips and pink looks for the rest of Feb smiles.gif

Face:
Mac Prep and Prime Skin
Mac Studio Fix Fluid NC35 (almost finished, yay!)
Mac Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation NC35
Benefit Hoola
Mac Bronzing Powder in Golden
Mac Gingerly Blush
Mac Melba Blush
Mac Magically Cool Liquid Powder in Honey Rose
Mac Fix Plus

Eyes:
Mac Groundwork Paintpot
Stila Sandstorm (outer v, crease and lower lash line)
Inglot 358 matte (crease)
Inglot 64 (outer v and lower lash line)
Inglot 11 amc shine (all over lid)
Inglot 313 matte (inner corner)
Inglot 350 matte (brow highlight)
Mac Smolder (water line)
Inglot matte black pigment (upper lash line)
Clinique High Impact Mascara

Lips:
Mac Oak Lip Liner
Mac Blankety Lipstick
Mac C Thru Lipglass

I really want to try out Mac Studio Sculpt Foundation once my Studio Fix runs out, any thoughts on it guys? smiles.gif
post #352 of 4460

Just wanted to stop by the thread to say I wore Deeply Adored l/s out tonight and I am in love. I am SOO mad I do not have a BU to this :(

 

Can't wait to wear more reds and pinks now that we are officially in February.

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Glammy girl - I like how the face part of the look sounds...very warm and glowy! I'm sorry I don't know inglot shadows by number, so I can't imagine the eye part of the look!

When you use smolder on the lower lash line, do you also set it with powder shadow? I love smolder, but often when I use it on the lower lash line, sometimes it works without problems, and other times I end up with smudges under my eye. Haven't quite mastered that product.

Vampy - hopefully mac will repromote it at some point soon, but if not there is probably a dupe that is somewhat equivalent? I can't recall anymore but I think many ladies skipped these lipsticks because they had others that were similar enough in their stash. There's probably something in the marilyn thread about that!
post #354 of 4460
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Glammy girl - I like how the face part of the look sounds...very warm and glowy! I'm sorry I don't know inglot shadows by number, so I can't imagine the eye part of the look!

When you use smolder on the lower lash line, do you also set it with powder shadow? I love smolder, but often when I use it on the lower lash line, sometimes it works without problems, and other times I end up with smudges under my eye. Haven't quite mastered that product

Hey Aradhana! Thanks for the kind words smiles.gif Oops sorry I didn't realize that about the Inglot shadows, I should've mentioned what colors they were but basically it was a gold shimmer shadow all over the lid with dark brown and black with gold shimmer in the outer v. I only use Smolder to line my water line and upper lash line and yes, I do set it with a black shadow, I haven't used it on my lower lash line though so I'm not sure how it smudges, I will definately try it and see how it holds up on me and let you know smiles.gif I recently got Engraved Power Point Pencil and have used that on my lower lash line without any smudging issues, if you can't get Smolder to work too well, I would suggest Engraved smiles.gif
post #355 of 4460
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thanks - i also don't reach for my ccb's very often, so i'm trying to make an effort and start grabbing all those items (ccb's, pigments etc...)that i never end up getting around to using.

 

i like using the ddb - it looks more natural i find than when i use brow powder, though it might be that the brow powder i was using is too dark? overall, you're probably getting a similar effect already with embark + clear brow set...just darker. i have been lemming the 208 brush as well. my current brush is good, but i think it's better for powders and serious shaping than gel for filling in.

 

anyway, been keeping to the pink/red theme...wore occ strumpet this morning, and switched to love goddess for the evening.

Now I'm really excited to get my DDB gelcreme.  I like using products that are made for a specific purpose like this.  I also ordered the DDB brow liner but I think I'll probably reach for the

gelcreme more often.  I currently use the 208--I like the short bristles.  It's perfect for the brow.

 

I'm not familiar with OCC strumpet (pink/red) but I so enjoy Love Goddess.  You just gave me an idea----I usually wear the same lipstick all day but switching on that same day is a great way to get even more use out of my products.  Thank you for that aradhana bouquet.gif

post #356 of 4460
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Went to an engagement last night and my outfit was black and gold so this is the look I wore smiles.gif Played it a bit safe, will save the red lips and pink looks for the rest of Feb smiles.gif

Face:
Mac Prep and Prime Skin
Mac Studio Fix Fluid NC35 (almost finished, yay!)
Mac Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation NC35
Benefit Hoola
Mac Bronzing Powder in Golden
Mac Gingerly Blush
Mac Melba Blush
Mac Magically Cool Liquid Powder in Honey Rose
Mac Fix Plus

Eyes:
Mac Groundwork Paintpot
Stila Sandstorm (outer v, crease and lower lash line)
Inglot 358 matte (crease)
Inglot 64 (outer v and lower lash line)
Inglot 11 amc shine (all over lid)
Inglot 313 matte (inner corner)
Inglot 350 matte (brow highlight)
Mac Smolder (water line)
Inglot matte black pigment (upper lash line)
Clinique High Impact Mascara

Lips:
Mac Oak Lip Liner
Mac Blankety Lipstick
Mac C Thru Lipglass

I really want to try out Mac Studio Sculpt Foundation once my Studio Fix runs out, any thoughts on it guys? smiles.gif

glammy girl, I can only imagine how amazing you must have looked.  I don't have any experience with Inglot e/s, so I had to focus primarily on the face-look.  Do you always wear Studio Fix Plus Foundation over Studio Fix Fluid?  I'm new to Studio Sculpt foundation and I absolutely love it.  Mac-guy suggested that I try it and I'm so glad that I did.  

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Originally Posted by VampyCouture View Post

Just wanted to stop by the thread to say I wore Deeply Adored l/s out tonight and I am in love. I am SOO mad I do not have a BU to this :(

 

Can't wait to wear more reds and pinks now that we are officially in February.

wavey.gifVampyCouture, I love focusing on specific colors like this too.  I actually wore an oldie but goodie today-----MAC's Girl About Town w/Embrace Me lip pencil & Style Packed lip glass.  heart.gif

post #357 of 4460
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Originally Posted by Medgal07 View Post

glammy girl, I can only imagine how amazing you must have looked.  I don't have any experience with Inglot e/s, so I had to focus primarily on the face-look.  Do you always wear Studio Fix Plus Foundation over Studio Fix Fluid?  I'm new to Studio Sculpt foundation and I absolutely love it.  Mac-guy suggested that I try it and I'm so glad that I did.

Aww thanks Medgal, that's sweet smiles.gif I'm not much of a powder person, my skin is dry so if I use powder it's very sparingly on my t zone and I know Studio Fix Powder isn't exactly a setting powder lol but it works for me if I just use it lightly. I'm not exactly sure how to use it as a foundation, do you have it Medgal? If you do, how do you use it? Going to Mac soon so I'll pick up Prep and Prime Translucent Loose Powder then I'll use that to set my foundation, won't be too heavy smiles.gif Definately gonna pick up Studio Sculpt Foundation as well, if you say it's good I'm sure it is smiles.gif Thanks Medgal...
post #358 of 4460
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Originally Posted by aradhana View Post

Glammy girl - I like how the face part of the look sounds...very warm and glowy! I'm sorry I don't know inglot shadows by number, so I can't imagine the eye part of the look!

When you use smolder on the lower lash line, do you also set it with powder shadow? I love smolder, but often when I use it on the lower lash line, sometimes it works without problems, and other times I end up with smudges under my eye. Haven't quite mastered that product.

Vampy - hopefully mac will repromote it at some point soon, but if not there is probably a dupe that is somewhat equivalent? I can't recall anymore but I think many ladies skipped these lipsticks because they had others that were similar enough in their stash. There's probably something in the marilyn thread about that!

 

Thanks Aradhana! I will have to look at the dupes for this, because it is truly gorgeous!! I'm also crossing my fingers that Mac repromotes this in the future.

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glammy girl, I can only imagine how amazing you must have looked.  I don't have any experience with Inglot e/s, so I had to focus primarily on the face-look.  Do you always wear Studio Fix Plus Foundation over Studio Fix Fluid?  I'm new to Studio Sculpt foundation and I absolutely love it.  Mac-guy suggested that I try it and I'm so glad that I did.  

wavey.gifVampyCouture, I love focusing on specific colors like this too.  I actually wore an oldie but goodie today-----MAC's Girl About Town w/Embrace Me lip pencil & Style Packed lip glass.  heart.gif

 

GAT is DEFINITELY an oldie but a goodie. It might by my favorite pink from Mac. That lip combination you did sounds gorgeous! I'm sure it popped nicely on your skin tone too ;)

post #359 of 4460

My first February FOTD!!  Used my FAVORITE MM lippie... DEEPLY ADORED!!  

 

FACE:

Temptu Foundation

MAC Blot Powder

The Perfect Cheek Blush

Too Faced Bronzer

Lightscapade to Highlight

 

EYES:

UD Eden primer

UD Virgin browbone highlight

MAC Snow Season MES on lid

UD Naked in crease

Buck outer crease and v

Carbon to darken outer v & smudge on lashline in place of liner

UD Half Baked & Smog mixed smudged on lower lashline

UD Eldorado liner to line water line

 

LIPS:

NYX Burgundy liner

MAC Deeply Adored lipstick

Mineralize Lip Balm Slightly Nude added to middle of top & bottom lip 

post #360 of 4460
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Aww thanks Medgal, that's sweet smiles.gif I'm not much of a powder person, my skin is dry so if I use powder it's very sparingly on my t zone and I know Studio Fix Powder isn't exactly a setting powder lol but it works for me if I just use it lightly. I'm not exactly sure how to use it as a foundation, do you have it Medgal? If you do, how do you use it? Going to Mac soon so I'll pick up Prep and Prime Translucent Loose Powder then I'll use that to set my foundation, won't be too heavy smiles.gif Definately gonna pick up Studio Sculpt Foundation as well, if you say it's good I'm sure it is smiles.gif Thanks Medgal...

wavey.gifHi Glammy Girl!  I tried using Studio Fix Plus Foundation based on rave reviews by some Speckrettes.  It didn't work for me.  I applied it over a primer and it was horrid.  Not so much the look, but it itched & tingled my face so badly that I had to wash if off immediately.  That's when I moved onto Studio Sculpt, which I love.  I alternate between that and MAC's Face & Body & Laura Mercier's tinted moisturizer, which I hope to finish soon. I've used P & P Translucent Powder, MSF Natural, Blot Powder and Sheer Mystery Powder.  I really like the Sheer Mystery powder over Studio Sculpt, yet another recommendation by Mac-guy.  I think that's my favorite of all the foundation/powder combinations so far.  I recently ordered the NARS 'Light Reflecting' Setting powder which is being lauded on Spectra.  It comes in both loose and solid compact form.  I ordered the loose powder because I was concerned about transferring my foundation and other face products into a white powder compact----just thought it would look unpleasant with prolonged usage.  I'll let you know how I like it, so you might want to hold off getting the MAC P & P TLP.  So many products, so little time right?  

 girlhaha.gif

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