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    Default 'Make-Up Aficionados' let's chat here...

    YSL - first time shopping with the brand (except for a few purchases of the touché eclat highlighter pen back in the day)
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    Touché eclat foundation colour B30 (might be a tad beige for me but can make it work)
    But maybe it seems a little dry ? It doesn’t need powder anywhere.
    Light/medium coverage.
    Rouge volupte shine lipsticks 129 and 84. Both gorgeous and I like the formula although because shiny and slippery unlikely to be long wearing.

    Got samples of primer, mascara, perfume, night serum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-LIKE A BOSS View Post
    YSL - first time shopping with the brand (except for a few purchases of the touché eclat highlighter pen back in the day)
    I bought:
    Touché eclat foundation colour B30 (might be a tad beige for me but can make it work)
    But maybe it seems a little dry ? It doesn’t need powder anywhere.
    Light/medium coverage.
    Rouge volupte shine lipsticks 129 and 84. Both gorgeous and I like the formula although because shiny and slippery unlikely to be long wearing.

    Got samples of primer, mascara, perfume, night serum.
    I have the Rouge Volupte ShineHoliday Lipstick 129, so lovely! I also have the Touché Eclat Concealer pen but not really a fan.

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    Small order from Adore arrived today:

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    I've been wanting to try this setting spray for ages. The CC cream I haven't used before (thought I'd try the small size to save some $), but I've heard good things. The volcanic strips I've used before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    Small order from Adore arrived today:

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    I've been wanting to try this setting spray for ages. The CC cream I haven't used before (thought I'd try the small size to save some $), but I've heard good things. The volcanic strips I've used before.
    I love the CC cream! It’s fuller coverage than I usually go for but i only need a little for full face and it applies great with a sponge. Also photographs well!!!

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    Are we able to please talk home skin peels, particularly glycolic masks? Any recommendations? I have been eyeing the caudalie glycolic peel mask, but I thought I'd ask here first.

    I have extremely sensitive skin. I have used a daily glycolic cleanser in the past and it was gentle enough so I'm not looking to deviate from that.

    ETA: Eye serums too please.

    Thanks.
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    @MissTwiggley I’ve never found an eye serum or eye cream I can rave about. But stacks of people swear by Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair Eye - I’m not sure which one. I think there’s a few.

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    I would really like to try the Fenty beauty skin eaze (think it’s called that) but I don’t know what shade id be and I don’t have a Sephora near me to try a sample

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    Just wondering which online stores are reputable for cosmetics - I shop at Adore Beauty/Mecca/Sephora/David Jones/Myer, but I'm a bit iffy on some of the other retailers out there. After seeing a lot of obvious knock-off products being sold on places like ebay, I don't want to get duped.

    Are there any other stores (apart from the above) that you trust to supply genuine brands?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    Just wondering which online stores are reputable for cosmetics - I shop at Adore Beauty/Mecca/Sephora/David Jones/Myer, but I'm a bit iffy on some of the other retailers out there. After seeing a lot of obvious knock-off products being sold on places like ebay, I don't want to get duped.

    Are there any other stores (apart from the above) that you trust to supply genuine brands?
    I also shop at RY and Oz Hair And Beauty. Black Swallow and Princess Polly are others that are genuine stockists of certain brands, but I haven't shopped from either.

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    Apart from Mecca, Sephora and Adore, the only others I buy from is Glama.Co. and Strawberrynet.

    I have bought from reputable sellers on eBay, but they’re hit and miss, often products out of date or knock-offs.

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