You've come to the right place! Depending on your desired level of coverage and if you want luminious or matte, check the Physicians Formula website, http://www.physiciansformula.com/en-us/product/face/bronzers.html, they have one for all your bronzing needs. If you're looking for a just a light veil of color, I love the new Nude Wear Glowing Nude Bronzer, but if you're looking for a more matte finish, try the Mineral Wear Talc-Free Mineral Airbrushing Bronzer. Good luck!
Hi - Thanks for writing in! Yes, some products feature a limited set of shades that work for a variety of skin tones- typically light to medium and medium to deep. Which product were you interested in?
Great question! It's important that you let your freckles shine through for an even, natural look. Look for a tinted moisturizer that offers a sheer, but buildable finish so you can customize your complexion like the Organic Wear BB Cream. Look for a shade that matches your skin tone (not your freckles) and most importantly, blend, blend, blend!
Hi! That bronzer is still available online, but if you're looking few a new option, I really love the Argan Wear Ultra-Nourishing Argan Oil Bronzer. After you remove the gold overlay (just one swipe), you'll be left with a luminious bronze glow that will give you a just-back-from-the-islands kiss of color.
Sure, great question! First start with the green primer to spot treat and redness areas. The green will cancel out the red. Next apply concealer on top of any imperfections, including the spots you hit with the green. This will blot out the green and give a naturally nude complexion. Finally add a swipe of loose powder to help the concealer set. Hope that helps!
Great question! I love to use the Nude Wear Touch of Glow Concealer Highlighter or the Nude Wear Touch of Glow Stick to highlight. It's warm and works to reflect the light in a natural, easily blendable way. Good luck!
Great questions! If you've looking for more coverage, a CC is perfect for you as it gives all benefits of a BB plus added color correction. The difference between the Super CC and the Organic Wear CC is the type of ingredients and the SPF level which would be entirely up to your preference.
Thanks so much for checking in! This product is still available online; you can purchase it here directly: http://www.physiciansformula.com/en-us/productdetail/face/loose-powders/07028.html
Great question - all Physicians Formula makeup is made with sensitive skin in mind, but if you're acne prone, I'd look to the Mineral Wear line which is the most gentle and will not cause breakouts. The line offers concealers and powders, plus bronzers and blushes for a light finish, and if you're looking a natural looking mascara, definitely check out the Organic Wear 100% Natural Origin BB Bigger! Better! Lashes mascara. Good luck and have fun!
Have no fear - you can still purchase this item online - so stock up! :) http://www.physiciansformula.com/en-us/productdetail/eyes/eye-shadows/02222.html
Thanks for writing! For a dewy finish, I'd check out the Nude Wear Touch of Glow Foundation - it offers buildable, blendable coverage while leaving skin looking dewy and natural. However, if you need more coverage, definitely look at the Youthful Wear Spotless Foundation. It has an incredible formula that glides on and works to make your skin more even and radiant as you wear it!
So glad you love the Eye Booster Lash Extension Kit! I always recommend that people dab excess off the wand before applying to avoid fiber fall out. Also, make sure that once you apply the mascara and the fibers that you're locking in the fibers with another coat of mascara. This keeps everything in place and gives extra volume and drama.
Love this product! I'd recommend tring to shake it up to get the formula re-flowing. Good luck!
Hi - Welcome to the amazing world of makeup! If you're just starting out, I'd recommend identifying which look you're trying to create and addressing any concerns. I'd recommend starting out natural, with a fresh, even complexion and a pretty soft eye. Look at your skin, does it have any pesky blemishes or dark circles? If so, tackle those with concealer and give skin an instant glow with a dusting of blush to the apples of the cheeks. For pretty blue eyes that pop, I'd recommend experimenting with blues, grays and coppers and apply two coats of mascara. Good luck, experiment and have fun!
Great question Jenn! Check out the Shimmer Strips Kohl Kajals. They are waterproof, made especially for the inner wet line, and come in a variety of colors!
Hi - Yes, right now we only have black and brown in that format, but I hope you'll check out the other colorful liners Physicians Formula has. I especially love the Gel CreamLiners which give that liquid-liner-like finish!
Great question - To clarify, this product does have Safflower Seed Oil in it, so it isn't oil-free, but it is designed for super gentle skin. I love that this powder offer SPF protection, plus coverage, and the powder formula helps absorb excess oil.
Hi - Great question! When I need to lighten up a formula, I add just a hint of my moisturizer to sheer it out and of course, blend, blend, blend!
Thanks for writing! I'd suggest you check out the new Youthful Wear Spotless Collection. It's formulated with ingredients specifically designed to target dark spots. The range has powders, foundations and concealers so you can layer or wear alone to fit the look you love!
Hi Serena - Thank you for writing! That is a question for consumer relations. You can reach them here: http://www.physiciansformula.com/en-us/default.html
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