Great question! When you look at the website, the drop down options go from lightest to deepest. Hope that helps!
Great question! For a naturally bronzey look - apply bronzer in the shape of a 3 - across the forehead, down and around to the cheek bone and then down the jaw bone. Also, dust it down the nose, on the neck, and if exposed the ears, and back of the neck for an even all-over glow. Good luck!
Hi - Unfortunately those are only available in trios.
Hmm - try shaking it. If that doesn't work, I'd recommend calling consumer relations because that doesn't sound normal. Good luck!
Hi Meaghan - Sounds like a plan! I'd recommend you check out the Physicians Formula Organic Wear line which is eco-certified and 100% Natural Origin. Also, while not Organic, I'd also check out Mineral Wear line. It's hypoallergenic, super gentle and great for sensitive skin. Good luck!
Thanks for writing! First to address the redness, use a green primer. This will cancel out the red and prep your skin for makeup. After priming, look for a gentle, buildable foundation, such as a the Mineral Wear line from Physicians Formula which will even out the skin (and cover the green!). Afterward dust on a little bronzer - across the forehead, down the cheek bone and then down the jaw bone, plus on the nose, neck and ears, if shown. Look for bronzer that is 1-2 shades deeper than your natural tone and apply is wear the sun would naturally touch. I like the Mineral Wear Talc-Free Mineral Correcting Bronzer which continues to help even the skin while bestowing a sun-kissed glow. Good luck!
Great question! If you have dry skin, I'd look for a creamy foundation to help boost the moisture levels. I really love the new Youthful Wear Spotless Foundation - it glides on the skin, works to create a flawless finish and the brush buffs and blends to perfection.
Hi Gail - thanks for checking in! Have you tried shaking the foundation prior? This should help. If it doesn't, you should contact consumer relations. Mineral Wear Brush is quite pigmented so a little can go along way. Whenever I use a powder, I always make sure to blow the excess product off the top of the brush to ensure it's just the right amount - that might help too. Unfortunately, I can't help with any rebate questions, but you can reach out here: http://www.physiciansformula.com/en-us/staticpage/rebate.html
Hi - Thanks for checking in! If your skin is super dry, I'd recommend a liquid foundation or a tinted moisturizer/BB Cream as these will infuse a bit more moisture. Also, you might want to try using a gentle primer which will help lock in moisture. Good luck!
Great question! I think one of the most important things you can try is a primer. This will help lock your makeup in place, while smoothing the look of pores, fine lines etc. Then I'd use a powder to help fight shine and deliver the desired level of coverage. Good luck!
Thanks for writing! I love the Youthful Wear Foundation - it glides on (love the brush that comes with!) and give skin extra anti-aging benefits (who doesn't want that?). It's available in Light and Medium so you can play around and see what shade works best for you. For Hazel Eyes, I love pinks, greys and taupes to make your eyes pop. The original Shimmer Strips Custom Eye Enhancing Shadow & Liner palette in hazel eyes features 9 super flattering shades that you can mix and match. Top it off with a swipe of mascara. Good luck!
Hmm - Have you tried shaking it before using? That should help!
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