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... I too have acne prone skin. I suggest staying away from liquid foundations as they clog the pores. You need something that will allow your skin to breath like mineral powders. I'm currently using Sheer Cover which has amazing coverage and won't irritate your skin. I'm sure any mineral power will do the trick... ... (3 replies)
... Neutrogena looks good, but the lightest is still way too dark for my pasty white countenance. I just broke down and ordered some mineral powders from Everyday Minerals--will let you know how it works out. (10 replies)
... atches. Can never find a shade of foundation light enough in the drug stores, and am currently using the lightest shade MAC has. Would like to try one of those mineral powders, but don't like the idea of spending lots of money for a kit that has two shades, one or both of which will be too dark. ... (10 replies)

... After trying many mineral make up brands, I love Everyday Minerals the best by far! ... (18 replies)
... I agree, your best bet is to go for a mineral makeup powder. ... (12 replies)
... pressed powder for touch ups during the day but it would definitely NOT work well on its own for my skin. It made my skin feel a little bit dry, so I think it's best for oily skin, mine is combination or pretty normal. It was great for soaking up shine during the day. ... (6 replies)
... each so you can test the color that's closest to your skin. That's the best way to see what suits. ... (8 replies)
... you might want to try their balancing powder finishing powder, seems to work the best on shine. ... (18 replies)
... just another question, aromaleigh had different kinds of powders, (i.e. the new refined one and others like the illuminator,) which one is best? (18 replies)
Mar 31, 2006
... aging gals as it doesn't seep into fine lines or cake like many do.....NYC pressed powders are also good, and again its a cheap line....just goes to show that while you usually get what you pay for...not so in all cases!!! ... (6 replies)
Mar 22, 2004
... Mineral makeup is on my list of things to try, but I really love the dewey look. I also find that powders stick to the texture of my skin; the tiny bumps and fine hairs that don't show so much until I put it on. I'll try it eventually, and anyway it's good to have more than one foundation that works for different looks! And for different weather. (17 replies)
... Escentuals' "Mineral Veil" powder over whatever foundation you like best. I believe L'oreal and Maybelline make a similar product for much less. These finishing powders REALLY help with oil. ... (4 replies)
... Thank you, Athena, I will. As for the brush, I have a Japanese caligraphy brush that I've used to apply powders. The bristles are very soft. Thanks for the help! :) (15 replies)
... I have not looked at the list of ingredients so I cannot say for sure if it does or does not contain minral oil but I honestly doubt that it does. I have not had any problems whatsoever with using this product. It is simply the best, I think, and I only buy this and nothing else. I use no concealers, no foundations, no powders or even blushes (it somehow makes my complexion... (7 replies)
... Then apply the Mineral View. It helps soften and blend in the foundation and blush, filling in some pores if you notice them. ... (2 replies)
... are always out of the colors and some look weird tinted. I really like Covergirl Aquasmooth though and I use mineral powder over it. I haven't found a liquid foundation I really like.. but I do think the expensive ones usually work better for me. ... (11 replies)
... up... with dry skin though when you dont use liquid you have to you regularly exfoliate and moisturize so powders dont "settle" into pores or lines. ... (15 replies)
... Yes, all 4 are mineral makeups. ... (5 replies)

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