The Best Blank Canvas Products

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Merrick Harvey
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Hey all you beautiful people, I need some constructive criticism please! Im trying to improve on my makeup skills and I don’t have anyone to ‘trial and error’ with... You know, that person who can be like “hey, that’s too much blush” or “your eyeshadow and lipstick are competing—one of them needs to be more neutral” that kind of stuff.... -Does the eyeshadow shading look okay? (Not really a good angle so don’t worry about that one lol) -Why does my forehead look so big and blank? —I know my eyebrows are a mess, I keep trying to do something with them but it is SO HARD for me to shape them and I just don’t know what the heck to do with them so I just let them grow ‘au natural’...😭 -Am I putting blush in the right spot for my face shape? On a side note, my foundation won’t stay in place (like in my nose) even after using concealer, setting spray and setting it all with finishing powder. I hope everyone is staying safe out there at the protests 💙BLM!! I love you all long time and look forward to chatting with whomever responds!

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Measured Beauty
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From what I can see behind your glasses, your eyebrows are amazing! I wish I had that much hair left, lol. The top part looks like a nice line (which you cannot change, so bonus, there!), so if you feel they’re unruly underneath, a professional shaping can help, and then you just keep it up. I think your blush looks great. The lip I agree just a teensy bit softer, more toward brown than jewel toned (but by no means *brown,* if that makes sense). Re eyeshadow, you’ve lovely real estate between lid and crease—I’d max that asset out with a medium, slightly warm brown shade. Light neural on the brow bone. Experiment with either the same crease color also on your lid, or another in a complimentary tone to the crease shade. I think whatever you have on is reading red, at least in the photo (and glittery?), which is really hard to pull off. Re. oiliness and base, have you tried L’Oreal’s infallible pro longwear matte foundation? It’s my summer savior. That plus Maybelline’s concealer below—it has this crazy property of never budging around the corners of the nose. Limited shades though. :(. I use these two, Urban Decay All Nighter spray, and I touch up when out with Ilia Flow-Thru Radiant Translucent Powder SPF 20 - Moondance.

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Kaitlyn Herron
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I need some help! I’ve been struggling to find a good foundation. My pores are huge and I have combination but mostly oily skin. I have tried porefessional primer and tatcha silk canvas. It seems like nothing is working and my pores always show through or my foundation slides off. Anyone have any recommendations? #pores #oilyskin #foundation #primer #skincare

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Anna-Lei Jones
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I would definitely recommend this product. It’s light weight ,medium coverage (but buildable) , And it hides my pores nicely!it’s not very expensive and a great formula for the price!

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Hannah Kilgo
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Foundation never wants to stay on my nose, it just slides around and looks awful, I use benefit porefessional and sometimes tatcha silk canvas for a primer and the foundation varies. Any tips?

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Lexie VanDyne
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Ok I know I sound crazy but don’t use the primer on your nose it always used to make my foundation move off my nose. So I skip the primer on my nose, and then put my concealer on my nose before I put on my foundation bc concealer seems to dry down better than foundation, and then I put my foundation on top. It doesn’t make your nose look cakey and your foundation will look perfect all day long!