Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate! :) Aside from applying lots of moisturizer and drinking your 8 glasses of water, look for a cream foundation/tinted moisturizer that has hydrating properties, such as Argan Wear Ultra Nourishing Argan Oil BB Cream. And for extra hydrating power, I'd prep the skin with a primer, such as the Argan Wear Ultra-Nourishing Argan Oil, and then layer your foundation or tinted moisturizer on top. Good luck!
Brown eyes can really pull off any color (lucky you!). I love a natural, nude smoky or pay up the color of your dress with a navy smoky eye or even just a navy liner for a more subtle pop of color. Have fun with it and if it's a big night, make sure to do a trial run :)
Picking out your perfect shade can often be tricky! My advice is to test out the shades on your face, where you'll really be wearing the product, and examining how you look in different types of lighting - natural, candlelight, artificial ect. Good luck!
Great question! If you're looking for full coverage, if look to a bronzing cream, which is both buildable and layerable like the Physicians Formula Bronze Booster Glow Boosting BB Cream which will give you an all over glow. After that, then you can play with powder bronzers for contour. Or if you just want a hint of color, dab and blend, blend, blend where you want a sun-kissed glow. Good luck!
Hi - Have you checked out Physicians Formula's bronzers? They offer a variety of different shades and finishes - matte, illuminating, with SPF, with anti-aging properties and more and they are available at Walmart, too. Good luck!
Thanks for checking in! The Eye Booster Instant Lash Extension Kit is designed to be used together with the included mascara. That set easily removes with soap and water. Good luck!
Thanks for writing in! It's always hard to provide exact shades without seeing you, but based off your description, I'd recommend the Youthful Wear Cosmeceutical Youth Boosting Powder (available in matte and illuminating for different finishes). The formulas are incredible and easily blend and build to create your desired level of coverage. For blushes, I really love the Nude Wear Glowing Nude Blush in Rose which lets you mix and match colors. It has a super light, natural finish that gives the skin a youthful radiance. Good luck!
Yes, blending foundation is key! Blend, blend, blend. And remember that blending doesn't stop at the chin - blend down your neck, the back of your neck, ears, chest, whatever is exposed to avoid lines of demarcation. If you're blending and the shade isn't right, try adding a tiny bit of moisturizer to the foundation to lighten the shade ever so slightly. Good luck!
Yes, right now, they are available in black, and in some cases, ultra black.
HI Marilyn - Do you know the name of it? The Physicians Formula Eye Booster Felt Tip Eyeliner is available in Smoky Grey and is available on PhysiciansFormula.com. Good luck!
Hi - Thanks for writing! To confirm, no, the Eye Booster Lash Extension Kit is not waterproof. What the directions mean when they say tap off excess it means tap the fiber wand over the tube or over the sink to remove excess fibers and avoid excess fall-out. And yes, you can brush through your lashes, but I'd recommend doing it mid-way for the best results.
Absolutely! I like to use the Mineral Wear Talc-Free Mineral Airbrushing Pressed Powder for buildable coverage that won't irritate the skin.
Thanks so much for writing in! Have you contacted consumer relations? You can reach out to them here: http://www.physiciansformula.com/en-us/contactus.html
Hi Mary - You can absolutely use pressed face powder rather than a liquid foundation - it's completely up to you! I like the Mineral Wear Talc-Free Mineral Airbrushing Pressed Mineral Powder for a higher level of coverage and the Nude Wear Glowing Nude Powder for a lighter finish. Good luck!
Hi - Thanks so much for checking in! That bronzer is definitely one of the older ones, but don't worry, you can still get it from the Physicians Formula website: http://www.physiciansformula.com/en-us/productdetail/face/bronzers/03857.html
Thanks for writing in! When you say red undertones, do you mean rosacea type redness, overall pinkness? If you have all over redness, I'd suggest counteracting with a color corrective green primer or powder. Once you nuetralize the redness with the green, cover that with your nuetral flesh tone foundation/powder/bb. This way the color will read true, and if needed, you can tweak your face makeup shades.
Thanks so much for writing in! Have you tried wearing it with a primer to extend the wear? I like to spot treat, where I need extra staying power, with primer and then layer on foundation or BB. Good luck!
Great question - I love a pink on a super fair, freckled complexion, but I like blushes with a variety of hues to avoid a one dimensional look. Have you tried the Nude Wear Glowing Nude Blush? It features a light-as-air formula that lets you blend and build a customized hue.
So glad to hear you're using sunscreen - so important! For rosacea, it's all about color correction, and believe or not, green will counteract redness. If you want to spot treat, try a green tinted concealer to reduce redness and then cover that with a nude flesh tone. Afterward, I'd look for a color correcting powder to ensure your skin is even and radiant all day. Check out the Super CC line: http://www.physiciansformula.com/en-us/product-line/supercc.html which is based on the principles of color correction. Good luck!
Great question - if you're looking for a product that with more coverage, I'd opt for a CC product which color corrects as well.
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