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    Default Thin lizzie make up - anyone tried it?

    I don't use make up much cause liquid foundation causes me to break out like I did as a teenager and that nude by nature powder formula is good but really messy as its loose powder.

    Thin lizzie is the only pressed powder foundation I can see on the market. Is it any good or can anyone suggest something similar?
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    I dont like it because it doesnt cover nice. Have you thought about nude by nature?

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    Yeah criddle I have it I just find it really messy.... It takes forever to out on...

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    Physicians Formula have a great pressed powder mineral foundation. You can only get it from Priceline stores not the pharmacies.

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    Have it and love it. I use a BB cream underneath, this was recommended to me by a beautician. Excellent for covering most of my freckles, and affordable.


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    Thanks may I ask what the BB cream is for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meld85 View Post
    Yeah criddle I have it I just find it really messy.... It takes forever to out on...
    Really? Mine takes about 3 brush strokes...... Mess free

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    I have and it is ok but I found it really hard to match my skin tone, I found nude by nature pretty good but have been thinking if trying sheer cover next time

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannawannabe View Post
    Really? Mine takes about 3 brush strokes...... Mess free
    I find it takes a lot of application on me to get the right coverage, but I have freckly skin and a discolouration spot to hide too.

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    I've tried it. I don't think it works particuarly well. I have freckly, acne prone skin so that may be why?

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