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    Quote Originally Posted by ceecee View Post
    Men who are certain their opinion on makeup and skin care would be valuable in this thread.
    You should take it as a compliment that i'm wasting my time in this thread here with you, instead of somewhere else. But seeing I am not wanted, adios.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kullervo View Post
    You should take it as a compliment that i'm wasting my time in this thread here with you, instead of somewhere else. But seeing I am not wanted, adios.
    If it's a waste of time for you, then why would that be anything but insulting to the people who actually enjoy and get something out of this thread?

    As an aside, i have no problems with men's opinions on make-up. My boyfriend loves me in dark lips and dark eyes, but everyone's opinions are subjective and most of the time (and what most men dont seem to realise) is that make-up is not about anything other than making the wearer feel happy. It's generally not for anyone other than the person putting it on. Which is why opinions are so radically different amongst people who wear it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kullervo View Post
    But maybe I'm ignorant.
    Maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dyslexxie View Post
    Men all think they like natural no makeup/little makeup look...but what they actually don't know is that that look takes some work!
    I find that to be false in my experience. I have seen the same girls with or without make up (or minimal). And in most cases, I find the latter more attractive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingrid in grids View Post
    Yes!

    I've always found it easy to match my skin tone with Chantecaille. They do pale skin tones really well. I regularly use a powder by them in Shell. I tried using their tinted moisturiser for a while, but didn't like the coverage and soon switched back to the NARS one in Finland.

    Also, I'm guessing you're buying from Mecca ('cause Straya). Have you tried their suncreen range? It's so hard to find a good suncreen for your face with high SPF that doesn't feel greasy. This one is perfect. Up there with Korean and Japanese products and worth even purchasing from overseas, imo.

    On the topic of sun protection, I've been using the SunSmart app every day to check UV levels. I'm not letting myself get a nasty t-shirt sunburn like I did last summer. I had a close call last week. Not cute.
    The to save face 50+ is AMAZING!! I can even wear it under my Stila primer i use (the one with the lavender, peach and green tones) without the primer pilling and going gross.

    I've managed to spend myself to the level 3 membership at Mecca, and i need to buy some more exfoliating peel pads. That whole damned store is so dangerous for my wallet <3

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyuuei View Post
    Initial impression: The "all natural no make up" picture literally features a girl with a ton of photoshop and make up.

    Half of them are stating they don't want a ton of make up or minimal make up while featuring girls plastered in it but they can't seem to tell they're caked in make up because it looks good and subtle? The other half are saying they want the crazy looks like smokey eyes, red lips, or bold colors. The make up looks good, and the girls look pretty, but minimal make up is more like what a girl proficient at make up does in 5 minutes when she's running late, or a girl that only does the eyes, or the lips... it has nothing to do with how much color or the style being used. There are 'natural looks' but those still require just as much make up and application as more obvious styles..
    Sums it up pretty well!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nijntje View Post
    The to save face 50+ is AMAZING!! I can even wear it under my Stila primer i use (the one with the lavender, peach and green tones) without the primer pilling and going gross.
    I've seen this and really considered buying it but I can't decide between One Step Illuminate and One Step Correct. I have some redness and uneven spots so I thought the corrector would work best. But the Illuminate seems like great tones for older skin. Oh decisions. But the 50+ sounds awesome. I've never seen one that high and I need it.
    I like to rock n' roll all night and *part* of every day. I usually have errands... I can only rock from like 1-3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceecee View Post
    I've seen this and really considered buying it but I can't decide between One Step Illuminate and One Step Correct. I have some redness and uneven spots so I thought the corrector would work best. But the Illuminate seems like great tones for older skin. Oh decisions. But the 50+ sounds awesome. I've never seen one that high and I need it.
    i LUUUUUURRRRVE the one step correct, i have redness across my cheeks and t-zone, but otherwise really clear skin. With the one step, i can slap it on, conceal the read and then just use a really light concealer on any blemishes i might have. Most of time time my skin is foundation free, but im ALWAYS using the one step correct. It's my hero product.


    This is me without foundation, just the Stila primer and a little Chantecaille camouflage stick, it makes my skin all preeeeeetty.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nijntje View Post
    i LUUUUUURRRRVE the one step correct, i have redness across my cheeks and t-zone, but otherwise really clear skin. With the one step, i can slap it on, conceal the read and then just use a really light concealer on any blemishes i might have. Most of time time my skin is foundation free, but im ALWAYS using the one step correct. It's my hero product.


    This is me without foundation, just the Stila primer and a little Chantecaille camouflage stick, it makes my skin all preeeeeetty.

    Lovely. Your skin looks flawless.
    I like to rock n' roll all night and *part* of every day. I usually have errands... I can only rock from like 1-3.

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