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Types Of Foundation Makeup
- Foundation is a flesh-toned cosmetic applied to the face to create an even, uniform colour to the complexion, to cover flaws, and, sometimes, to change the natural skintone. Foundation applied to the body is generally referred to as body paint.
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types of foundation makeup - Clinique Even
Clinique Even Better Makeup SPF 15 Evens and Corrects 02 Fair (VF-P)
Even Better Makeup SPF15 Wear oil-free, dermatologist-developed Even Better Makeup SPF 15 and something amazing happens: Without any makeup, see improved clarity, a more even skin tone, visibly diminished age spots. For all ethnicities. In just 4 to 6 weeks. For continued benefits-even after you take it off-partner with Even Better Clinical Dark Spot Corrector. Skin Types: 2 - Dry Combination, 3 - Oily Formula: Liquid Coverage: Moderate Benefits: Visibly brightens, restores even tone, protects Concern: Uneven Skin Tone
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I have been a makeup artist for about 14 years, and in love with makeup long before that. I remember when I was 14 years old I had my first "major" makeup purchase - Dual Finish powder/foundation from Lancome. Looking back it was a ridiculous purchase, but my mom didn't let me wear a ton of makeup, and they were having a GWP and the mascara wasn't enough :-) After that, I decided I wanted to be a makeup artist, or at least somehow work with makeup professionally. So, when I was 18, I started working for Lancome :-) I have also worked for other companies - Clinique, Estee Lauder (as a manager at Nordstrom, and for years as a special events artist), and also helped out for events for Stila and MAC. Also, of course, private/freelance work over the years. My point of this is I am a makeup junkie, have been in it professionally for a LONG time, and I think I am pretty knowledgeable not only about most products (you also gotta know what your competition has!) but also about the art of mixing colors, textures, and can spot and feel a good product from a bad/cheap one. I am pretty loyal to a few brands. MAC - for obvious reasons...so many to list! But also pretty loyal to Estee (for skin care at least, but I won't buy it since I got it for free for so many years, so I am currently using LUSH for my skincare, besides it is all natural and vegan, yay!), and also loyal to Bobbi Brown as they have amazing products and somewhat to Stila, because while I think they are overpriced for what they give you, they have some awesome stuff. I will always buy a different brand if I think it is the "best" - but remember "the best" means something different for everyone, which was always VERY hard for me to explain to customers when I was on the retail end of it. One thing I did that many others didn't was if my line didn't have the right product for them I showed them who did. I may have lost a sale, but I gained trust and many people would come back to me and ask me to be their personal shopper and give them advice for all makeup and even things like shoes and clothes - and when you work at Nordstrom and make commission on EVERYTHING...well I was making pretty good money in those days :-) I have random products from other lines (Prescriptives, Laura Mercier, Chanel, Lancome, Lorac to name a few) if they really are the best for ME for my skin type, lifestyle, and what I am looking for. Sorry...I digress. See, I love makeup and could talk about it forever. I had started mentioning these things to get to the point of THIS product. So I am definitely one where advertising and packaging can turn me on or off before I even try what's inside. This is one of them. When I heard of this brand (Urban Decay) a few years ago, I thought, "what a STUPID name!", and the products I saw...just the look, the attitude, everything...just looked very junior-high-school-girl to me. I had no interest in any of it whatsoever. Sephora sent me a sample of this stuff and I first used it for a smoky-eyed look for a party. WOW, this stuff was amazing! I mean I have used eyeshadow bases before but never was consistent because they all kinda sucked, so I know what the purpose is - truer color, longer wear use less product, no creasing or fading off - but this stuff was AMAZING! I ended up getting 2 samples and stretched it out as far as I could, realizing I loved it for even "everyday" looks and anywhere in-between. I would have never bothered trying it if not for the sample because it just LOOKS stupid. I hate the packaging. I feel like a teenybopper when I pull it out of my big steel-like train case. But man...this stuff is so amazing I cannot get enough of it.
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stuff i use to pretty up. i never use foundation except when getting my picture professionally taken. i have MAC studio fix in NC40, which comes in compact form -- applied typically with a powder brush, and wet sponge for heavier application. i left out lip products in this photo ... lip balms: my staple these are constantly changing. right now, i use burt's bee's honey lip balm and aveeno essential moisture SPF 15 in tubes (i never use lipgloss in pots). lip glosses: for parties MAC lipglass in the color explicit (a nude, high gloss with slight glimmer), for when i feel fancy! although, i highly recommend NARS and Chanel lipglosses for nights out. (unfortunately, i haven't had enough occasions to be so fancy as of late, and had to throw out lots of old lip products). additional face cleansers i use: clarins gel nettoyant purifiant for heavy cleansing, clarins lait demaquillant velours for gentle cleansing, clarins all-skin types toner, clarins doux nettoyant gommant express for exfoliating a few times a week. ok, i am a clarins freak. but when you find face cleansing products that work, you don't mess around! i am just extremely loyal to their cleansers, ever since i started using them. and i like using different cleansers every night depending on what my skin has been exposed to that particular day. ----- lately, i have been looking out for some products i haven't used yet, and i am looking to get -- for cheeks: tarte cheekstain MAC powderblush (for staying power at parties) for eyes: MAC shadowpaint (for that slightly shiny eyelid at parties) for cheeks/lips: Benefit's benetint -- another all-purpose stain
types of foundation makeup
Revlon Colorstay Active Light Makeup with Softflex, All Skin Types, Buff 150/02, 1 Oz, 1 Each. SPF 25. Sweatproof, light coverage. What it Does: Gives you light, sweatproof coverage with SPF 25 that keeps you with your active lifestyle. How it Works: Exclusive ColorStay formula is sweatproof and breathable for a fresh all-day look that won't rub off, even after exercise. SoftFlex technology for lightweight, all day comfort that feels like you're not wearing makeup. Oil-free. Non-pore-clogging. Non-irritating. Made in U.S.A. with U.S. and Non-U.S. components.