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    I use Clinique with Body Shop powder. Or the powder just by itself if my skin is behaving. I love them both, nice and light enough to wear all day and it lasts me all day.

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    I use MAC tinted moisturizer and MAC pressed powder (can't remember which one - it is the lightest weight one they have).

    I used the el cheapos for years, but now I find I spend LESS $$ on makeup because the Mac ones just last longer, so I don't need to replace as often.

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    Clinique, it is expensive but my tiny little bottle lasted me almost 2 years!!

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    Clinique too. Lasts for ages, isn't heavy or oily and gives a nice coverage. I use the Clinique powder too. In fact that lasts for years!
    And I only top up when there's a free gift on so I can get mascara/lipstick and usually has the moisturizer I use in it too.

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    I love Arbonne make up. Only sold through consultants but you can find one through their website www.arbonne.com

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    I don't wear foundation and the concealer i use is discontinued (so won't recommend it) but the powder is use is the rimmel stay matte one - i really like it and it's very cheap (which is important for me as i don't have lots to spare on make up and don't use it often enough anyway)

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    I use a MAC powder foundation, and don't use concealer, but put Touche Eclat (Lancome) under my eyes.

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    Nude by nature mineral powder


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    Another clinique fan. I am liking the Stila powder I got free with my last strawberry net delivery, very light.

    Most days a simple Natio tinted moisturiser will do.


 

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