Hi - The product shades are listed from lightest to deepest, so Natural Beige would be deeper than Buff Beige. Thanks!
Hi - That would be a question for consumer relations. You can contact them here: http://www.physiciansformula.com/en-us/contactus.html. Thanks!
Thanks for writing in! We're always looking to expand shade offerings, so hopefully we'll have your perfect shade soon. In the mean time, have you tried sheering out the shade with your regular moisturizer?
To deal with humidity it's best to lighten up! Look for lightweight, breathable formulas that won't clog pores. Start out with a primer which will help extend makeup wear and help lock it in place. The Physicians Formula Mineral Wear Talc-Free Mineral Correcting Primer works great. Then try for a lightweight tinted moisturizer or BB or CC cream so you have less products to layer. Good luck!
Great question! Start with primer to prep your skin. I like to apply primer only where you need it to avoid looking cakey. Afterward apply your foundation, again where you need it. Good luck!
Nope, Physicians Formula does not test on animals.
Great question - The kajals are designed to self-sharpen so as you wear them they gradually keep coming to a point. To reshape yours, try using them on an angle and rotating them to bring back the point. Good luck!
Hi - No, this items isn't waterproof, and it can be removed with your eye makeup remover or just cleanser and water.
With your skintone you can really wear any shade - lucky you! It really depends on the look your going for but, I really like Blushing Peach and Blushing Nude. Good luck!
Hi - Sounds like you would need Nude Wear Glowing Nude Foundation in Light/Medium. Good luck!
So glad you like! I recommend washing your brushes at least once per month and allow them to air dry completely. It's essential to wash your brushes regularly to avoid transferring bacteria.
Great question - while the CC Cream is designed to take the place of your moisturizer (and several other items in your routine!), you can definitely wear over your moisturizer if you feel like you need additional moisture. Your skin changes every day so feel free to tweak as works best for you.
Great question! On the outer packaging of the box, they actually have photos of several ways to wear this product - natural, playful and dramatic. However, if you've already tossed, simply look at the palette - the colors are broken up by look. The top color is always the highlighter, the middle the lid color and the smallest, third color of each trio is for liner. Good luck and have fun - experiment!
Have you seen the new Bronze Booster Glow Boosting BB Bronzing Cream with SPF? It offers a radiant golden glow with spf protection!
I'd look for Physicians Formula products in Creamy Natural for that light, but not super fair, shade.
Thanks so much for writing! I would definitely check out mass market products like Physicians Formula. They offer amazing formulations and cutting-edge technology. You don't have to spend a bundle to get quality products!
Great question - CC's products, by nature, offer color correction and higher coverage. So if you're looking for more color payoff, I'd recommend the CC Concealer! :)
Yes, the Shimmer Strips Custom Eye Enhancing Mascara Duo for Brown Eyes - love it! While it is an older item, it should still be available on PhysiciansFormula.com.
With your gorgeous skin tone you can really wear anything, and these blushes have a high color payoff, but I do think the warm will look beautiful for a pop of peach. Experienent and have fun!
Sure - for the blushes, rose is more pink and natural is more nuetral. The Paris bronzer is deeper than New York. Hope that helps!
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