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Recommendations to keep my contour on my face.

lottieox

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Hi guys!

I’ve always had a problem with keeping my contour on my face. I have started recently to get spots on my face and have been using a rimmel 24 hour primer with a 25 hour rimmel foundation. I set powder over my entire face because if I use powder contour without it and set my face with Kat Von d setting spray after throughout the day it goes patchy.
Even with powdering my full face and using powder contour after my cheeks still end up going blotchy along with the top of my forehead. Does anyone know how to keep makeup in place? This is driving me insane! Thank you
 

shellygrrl

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Staff member
And what's your skincare routine? (Please list specific products.) This is where your real prep starts, before you go in with makeup.

It can also be that either your primer, foundation, setting spray, setting powder, or a combination of all of them aren't right for you. I'll also note a lot of setting sprays contain alcohol which can sometimes make oiliness worse. (The only setting spray that I know of on the market that doesn't contain alcohol is the one Milk Makeup recently released.)
 

BeverlyTazz

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And what's your skincare routine? (Please list specific products.) This is where your real prep starts, before you go in with makeup.

It can also be that either your primer, foundation, setting spray, setting powder, or a combination of all of them aren't right for you. I'll also note a lot of setting sprays contain alcohol which can sometimes make oiliness worse. (The only setting spray that I know of on the market that doesn't contain alcohol is the one Milk Makeup recently released.)
This is great, my skin is oily as well. The setting spray helped me a lot.
 

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