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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote DarkBrown Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug 02 2011 at 4:42am
great ideas
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Cliniqic has a good pressed powder foundation but it's too matte for me. It's called Stay Matte.

Idk if anyone mentioned this but milk of magnesia has been working miracles for me. I went to a party last week that was a sweat fest. Parts of my body I didn't could sweat was sweating (my poor thighs) but my face remains the same, no sweat no oil. Sooo right now I don't worry about if the makeup is going to cause me to be oiling cause I have M.O.M. The bad part is it's hard for me to wash my makeup off at the end of the night.
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I really wanna try Bare Minerals powder.  I'm kinda getting over the liquid foundation and want my skin to breathe a little bit.
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Bare minerals sounds like it is worth trying!
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Originally posted by miana79 miana79 wrote:

Bare minerals sounds like it is worth trying!


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i also do wanan know 
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Cliniqic has nothing to match my shade, Bare minerals looks dull on my skin.. the queen collection by cover girl matches perfect but still leves me oily. im gonna try fashion fair's stick foundation before i go to mac. i just dont like my face feeling heavy. if all else fails..im going to air brush my make up!
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Originally posted by malindablas malindablas wrote:

   The great advantage of oily skin is that it ages at a slower rate than other skin types.Oily skin needs special cleansing with plenty of hot water and soap to prevent the pores from being clogged. Avoid harsh products that strip your skin of oil and encourage flakiness. They can cause a reaction known as reactive seborrhoea, where the oil glands work overtime to compensate for the loss of natural oils.


Hot water and soap?  Unless the soap has a pH level of 5.5, I can't cosign with this but if it works for others, I will gladly stand aside and let others take this advice.  Heck I heard some folks use Dawn liquid dishwashing soap to control the oil.


If mineral foundation does not help, try using a concealer and setting powder.  Just cover the dark areas, blend and set with powder.
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I currently use Bare Minerals and my skin is either really dry in some areas or is very extra oily in others. My make up does not last and find that I am glistening an hour so two later :(
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I just wanted to give to trick to anyone who wants to try. I have tried several different make up brands and never really found one that controlled the shine (oiliness) completey. I have recently joined the BE wagon only because I found my perfect shade in there matte fondation. BE controls most of the shine but not all.
 
So here is my trick I found this gel at sephora years ago when I was looking for a primer during for make up trial and error.
 
Here is the link:
http://www.sephora.com/anti-shine-mattifying-gel-P21170 - http://www.sephora.com/anti-shine-mattifying-gel-P21170
 
It is a miracle worker for me!!!! Love it!!
 
You can apply it under or over your make up
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