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    Default Best Makeup??????????

    I use Bobbi Brown foundation, I find it's easy to apply and doesn't clog my pores.

    I have a Napoleon powder and a Chanel bronzer.

    I don't play up my eyes alot so I use cheaper brands like maybelline and rimmel for eyeliner and eyeshadow.

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    Default Best Makeup??????????

    MAC for me.

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    Default Best Makeup??????????

    MAC (everything) , Estee Lauder (amazing foundation yes), Laura Mercier (primers and foundation), Smashbox (primers), Benefit (blush), YSL (mascara, highlighter) and Urban Decay (eyeshadow), Makeup Forever HD (foundation), L'oreal (liquid liner) and NARS (bronzed and blush)
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    Default Best Makeup??????????

    Oh and I agree on sigma brushes! As lovely as it is to have lots of MAC brushes, sigma brushes are just as good and muchhhh cheaper

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    Do you break out from foundations? I do and the ones that did it are mac and napolean big time!
    Revlon photoready rocks if ur not oily too much.
    I just switched from that to one that recents breakouts I forget the name but if u do breakout and wanna know I will repost tomorrow and read my bottle. It's from priceline and about 20bux and amazing!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pisang View Post
    Do you break out from foundations? I do and the ones that did it are mac and napolean big time!
    Revlon photoready rocks if ur not oily too much.
    I just switched from that to one that recents breakouts I forget the name but if u do breakout and wanna know I will repost tomorrow and read my bottle. It's from priceline and about 20bux and amazing!!!!
    I can't use Avon or nutrimetics foundations as they itch and I get a rash big time. I do have oily/normal skin type and I find that the revlon photo ready is not good for my skin. I also can't use cover girl or maybelline as makes my skin very oily. I have used Almay and revlon colour stay which are great for the humid climate I live in but now I have discovered the l'oreal B&B and quite like a feel light coverage for the humid climate for everyday wear. I love it!
    It is good to change your makeup every now and then though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by callmedragon22 View Post
    MAC (everything) , Estee Lauder (amazing foundation yes), Laura Mercier (primers and foundation), Smashbox (primers), Benefit (blush), YSL (mascara, highlighter) and Urban Decay (eyeshadow), Makeup Forever HD (foundation), L'oreal (liquid liner) and NARS (bronzed and blush)
    The smash box B&B is apparently very good, I can't get it where I am but will be getting it when I go to the city next to give it a go.

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    Default Best Makeup??????????

    Youngblood primer (i like it waaaay better than Napoleon)

    Jane Iredale liquid foundation and powder
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    Clinique for everything !! Including creams etc..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimberleygal1 View Post
    The smash box B&B is apparently very good, I can't get it where I am but will be getting it when I go to the city next to give it a go.
    Ooooo I definitely need to try it!


 

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