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    Default Mineral Makeup suggestion??

    HI everyone!
    I'm thinking of switching from a liquid foundation to a mineral one.. any recommendations to which brands are good?

    I have oily skin so thats one reason to try mineral .

    Also does it give good coverage?? I ahve alot of acne marks and sun spots that I like to hind.

    TIA!

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    I love my mineral makeup!! The best I've used and still use is glo mineral makeup & bronzer.

    Everyone always asks what makeup I use and tell me I have flawless skin, If only they saw me at 6am lol. I get redish skin around my chin and nose and dark circles under my eyes but mineral make is amazing.

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    I use bare minerals and love it.
    you can get a starter pack with a few different colours, brushes and a DVD on how to apply. Someone have me a starter pack a few years back which is how I got addicted to it.

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    You'll NEED a kabuki brush to apply it, so don't scrimp on that. You won't get any real use out of your product if you're using a different brush or a crap kabuki.

    Minerals can offer great coverage - you can usually determine the level of coverage based on how much you buff into your skin. At currently I've got 3 brands that I use - Yuva, Priori and Dottie and Ez. Dottie and Ez is my favourite, and it's got kaolin clay and silica powder in there, which is great for oilier skins (these 2 ingredients absorb oil - they're often used in skincare products).

    You can order samples as well for a few bucks, to see which colour is going to suit you best.http://www.allnaturalmakeup.com.au/m...Pack-Fair-Skin

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    Oooh subbing. I've been looking for a change too!

    Where can you buy glo mineral makeup from?

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    yep, I second bare minerals. love love love it. lasts forever.

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    subbing

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    I use the Vani-T mineral make up.

    Great coverage

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    I love Young Blood, I think Brazillian Beauty stock it, I get mine from my beauty therapist. Innika is also really good.

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    I buy my glo online from the facial care company. It's the cheapest one I've found

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