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    Default Thin Lizzy advise

    Hi eveyone! has anyone tried thin lizzy?? thoughts? I have alot of blemishes (sun spots, acne scars) and olive skin tone...because of the blemishes i need good covergae otherwie by the end of the day everyone can see them..
    i've tried the drug store brands (mabelline, revlon, loreal..others that i cant remember) but not happy with covergae or it makes my skin oily..

    Thanks!

    a friedn suggested nude by nature as well and i think there was a thread not to long ago here about it ..just need to find it now

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    I used nude by nature when I was younger and had major cystic acne. I used the powder foundation and I really liked it, coverage was good without it looking super cakey.
    My mum had used thin lizzy but she has great skin anyway so I'm not sure how well it works.

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    I have acne and acne scars and I use nude by nature it gives a natural looking coverage. It's not full by any means though.

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    I use thin Lizzy but over my foundation as a bronzer only. I think nude by nature would give better coverage

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    thanks alot for the replies!!

    I might get nude by nature and give that a try

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    Clinique Almost Powder make up was great for me. Not cakey, good coverage and neutral base solved any redness issues.
    Haven't tried nude by nature but some people swear by it

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    If you want amazing coverage try sheer cover brand. Google and it will come straight to the top. You can cover a birth mark with this brand and be completely hidden.

    I'm using arbonne now because I wanted a lighter cover.

    Oh and thin lizzy didn't work just made me orange!


 

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