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    I use vani t - love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    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.
    Hi Sassy what brand of brush have you found to be good? I'm looking for a good one! Thanks x

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    I use the brand Inika- it uses organic products and it's an Aussie company. You have to find stockists on their website. I find it covers my pimples and scaring quite well.

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    I use a brush I got for free because Of my job. It's a Priori kabuki. Mineral brands will generally have a kabuki to sell alongside their powder anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    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

    Sassy is this a Kabuki brush ? http://shop.target.com.au/p/nude-by-...rush/P47079755

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    It's meant to be but I played with it at the shops and its far too fluffy IMO. More of a powder brush.

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    Ooh OP, good topic, any ideas for dry/sensitive skin too? I have pigmentation from my PCOS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ;7452442
    Ooh OP, good topic, any ideas for dry/sensitive skin too? I have pigmentation from my PCOS.
    i have dry sensitive skin and though mineral make up would be too drying but its not. I mentioned previously, I use bare minerals. If you get a starter kit you get all the brushes as well and it comes with a DVD on how to apply. Makes my skin look flawless.

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