Perhaps try the Mineral Wear®Talc-Free Mineral Correcting Powder. The powder is gentle enough for sensitive skin types and the swirls of pink, green and yellow work together to neutralize discolorations and brighten the skin.
The Nude Wear Touch of Glow (the pen) is more of a liquid highlighter for minimal coverage, while the Nude Wear Touch of Glow Stick is more opaque and solid. I hope this helps!
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Thanks for writing in! I love the Physicians Formula Eye Booster 2-in-1 Lash Boosting Liner+Serum in Deep Brown for creating a cat eye (plus is helps boost lash growth and who doesn't want that?!), but if you're looking to use your liner in the wet line as well, check out the Shimmer Strips Kajals for brown eyes. They are super creamy and don't need to be sharpened - they shape as you apply them!
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Hi - Great question! You're definitely on the right track with applying primer to the lid before shadows. To ensure your shadows stay in place for hours, I'd recommend looking for a long-lasting formula, such as the Physicians Formula Shimmer Strips Extreme Shimmer GelCream Liners. These can be sheered out and stay seriously put!
Hi - Great question - they should be the same tone!
Hi - Thank you so much for writing! Yes, you should always apply moisturizer first. If you find that you're still having the caking issue, I'd suggest trying a primer to help pre the skin for makeup application as well as help extend makeup's wear. A primer will help blur the look of pores and fine lines for a smoother finish. Good luck!
Hi - The Nude Wear Touch of Glow highlighter/concealer is truly universal and works for all skin tones. It's amazing! It's neutral and gives an airbrushed finish, so it should work great on your skin tone.
Hi! All of our Organic Wear mascaras are black or ultra black. If you're looking for a natural finish, try just applying one swipe of black mascara so that you've created definition, without too much drama. Also, you can try just applying to the top lashes and leaving your bottom lashes bare for a more natural look. Good luck!
Thanks so much for writing in! You're right, if you have naturally oily skin, you don't need to wear liquid foundation. Instead try a CC Cream or a powder foundation to provide the desired level of coverage while helping to absorb extra oil. I'd also recommend starting with a primer and especially spot treating those areas that need extra coverage. This will help prep your skin for even application and help makeup start in place longer. Once you've applied foundation, evaluate your skin and touch up an any imperfections with concealer. If your scars are red, try using green concealer first to neutralize them and then top it off with a nude. But try to look at your skin after you've primed and applied foundation, you may need less concealer than you think. Good luck!
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