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What are the best bronzers for acne prone skin ?￼
I seen many people with acne prone skin using this bronzer￼ and it looked like it applied nicely but I’ve personally never tried it.
I like the Marc Jacobs one! @O!Mega Bronzer Perfect Tan
Ladies! What are y’alls favorite nude lipstick or everyday lipstick? 💕
I’m a lipstick whore. I like anything from the following list... Nyx shout loud (cream) Nyx suede matte lipstick (cream version, not liquid) Nyx butter gloss Becca (cream) Urban decay (cream) Stila (liquid) Buxom ...any of them Dose of Colors (liquid) MILANI (cream) ...I could go on forever...
I love the colourpop lippie stix for any occasion. They last so long, go on smooth and doesn’t feel drying. My favorite for everyday wear is shade “who run this.” I would described it as a rosy brick red.
Shade 925B give me mocha matches my lips perfectly and it’s such a thin formula it’s like nothing is on your lips at all. I’ll top it off with fenty gloss in fenty glow
Nyx Butter Lipstick in Root Beer Float!!!
Best primer for dry skin?
If you’re just looking for a hydrating primer, honestly in my experience a good face moisturizer works just as well, e.l.f.’s Holy Hydration Face Cream is a good affordable option. If you want a smoothing primer, this works pretty well and does offer some hydration.
NYX Bare With Me hydrating jelly primer. Literally changed my life!
Best foundation for dry / acne prone skin?
I would recommend this foundation. I’ve heard it’s super good and gives a fresh look to the skin. I would also recommend going in with an elf camo concealer to give any extra coverage to any blemishes.
•IT! Cosmetics CC+ or ByeBye foundation •Clinique Even Better Refresh •Tarte Foundcealer (plant based/vegan) •Neutrogena skin clearing liquid foundation with salicylic acid