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Foundation that melts, moisturizer, sunscreens.

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Foundation that melts, moisturizer, sunscreens.

Postby Barbiewannabee » Sun Nov 30, 2008 9:08 am

I am the worlds worst speller, I'm also a bit dyslectic, spell check only picks up so much so I apologize in advance.

Here's my dilemma, it doesn't matter what type of foundation I use, although as I get older, oil control type is not my friend.

I can put my moisturizer on, let it set, then use foundation, my skin will look great before an event. Then, when I'm where I'm suppose to be, I get nervous at times, or there are so many people the room heats up.

I then look in the mirror, my skin is oily as can be, I look much older, every crease (crease better than wrinkle) around my eyes are showing, they're fine, but they're noticeable at this time, also any around my cheeks, recently I used a TCA peel so there may not be as blotches showing through when my makeup melts.

Eyeliner....It's a nightmare!

Anyone have any suggestions for a foundation? I've tried minerals, no luck, I've tried an oil free lotion, no can do. I've tried just putting moisturizer around my eyes, it still drips.

I'm also looking for a sunscreen (not the $80.00 type, yikes) that doesn't look oily under foundation. For those that live in a humid climate, how do you keep your sunscreen from melting off, rather pouring off.

Sorry for all the questions if you can answer one, I'm open to any and all suggestions.

B
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Postby DCNGA » Sun Nov 30, 2008 9:31 am

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Postby Barbiewannabee » Sun Nov 30, 2008 11:04 am

OMG.......Thank you very much for this link.

I used to think I was excellent with cosmetics (years ago) this is neat, I have a lot to learn!
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Postby Barbiewannabee » Sun Nov 30, 2008 11:05 am

OMG.......Thank you very much for this link.

I used to think I was excellent with cosmetics (years ago) this is neat, I have a lot to learn!
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