Hi- great question! To create an even complexion, I'd start out with a light applicaiton or foundation or tinted moisturizer. (Have you tried the new Super BB All-in-One Beauty Balm Cream in Fair?) Apply this all over the face to provide an even canvas, while letting your freckles show through. Then evaluate where you might want more coverage. Remember you can always add more, but it's harder to take away. To lift and conceal dark under eye circles, I really like the Physicians Formula Youthful Wear Cosmeceutical Youth-Boosting Dark Circle Corrector + Concealer. This dual-ended concealer features yellow to conteract blue undertones of dark circles, while the light shade helps minimize the yellow tones. The roller ball applicator helps reduce puffiness. Good luck!
Hi There - This item should be available at drugstores nationwide, but you can also purchase it directly from the Physician Formula website, http://www.physiciansformula.com/en-us/productdetail/eyes/mascara/07046.html.
Great question! The Mineral Wear Talc-Free Mineral Correcting Powder can absolutely be worn alone, or under your powder foundation. It really depends on how much coverage you're looking for. Experiment and see what you like. You might not need as much coverage as you think!
Hi There - The Mineral Wear Talc-Free Mineral Correcting Concealer Trio is absolutely one of my favorite products! The order you wear the items completely depends on how much coverage you're looking for, and this can definitely change day-to-day! If you're looking for lighter coverage, I'd suggest applying the concealers to the specific areas and then dusting the powder on top. If you're looking for more coverage, I'd suggest first applying the foundation all over, and then evaluating your complexion. After you see which spots need some extra TLC, then spot treat with the concealers. You might need less than you think!
Hi There - Have you checked out the Physicians Formula Mineral Wear Talc-Free Mineral Face Powder in Sand Biege? That might help!
Good question! Brown and green eyes look fantastic in shades of chocolate browns, taupes and beige, but they also look amazing in shades of purple - from eggplant to lavender - and metallics such as gold and copper. Experiment with which colors you like best to make your unique eyes stand out even more!
Hi There - That's a great question for consumer relations. You can reach them here: http://www.physiciansformula.com/en-us/contactus.html
Hi - most items are fragrance free; however, some collections such as the Sexy Booster or Happy Booster Collections do have scents.
Hi! Yes, it does have very, very limited distribution. It you're looking for a similar powder that is super gentle and provides buildable blendable coverage, I'd suggest looking to the Mineral Wear Collection. Right now, I'm especially loving the Mineral Wear Talc-Free Mineral Airbrushing Pressed Powder which also has SPF 30!
It's hard to match colors exactly, but the closest shade would likely be the Physicians Formula Powder Palette Multi-Colored Blush in Blushing Rose. This item features a variety of rose, berry and pink hues that blur together for flawless color that helps naturally enhance your cheek bones. You can check it out here: http://www.physiciansformula.com/en-us/productdetail/face/blush/02466.html
Thanks for checking in! That sounds like a great suggestion to pass along to consumer relations: http://www.physiciansformula.com/en-us/contactus.html
Great question! For those who have oilier, more break-out-prone skin powder is definitely the best bet as the formula will naturally help to absorb excess oil. I would also recommend looking towards mineral products since they are super gentle, and also starting out with a primer to help your makeup stay in place longer. Have you tried the Physicians Formula Mineral Wear Talc-Free Mineral Correcting Primer SPF 15? It's fantastic! After applying primer, apply your powder as normal. Good luck!
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