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Courtney Chavez
OilyOily Skin
Has anyone has experience with doing their own dermaplaning? Looking and hearing about all the benefits but not sure if I should buy the tool or go to a aesthetician? :)
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Jessica Helms
DryDry Skin
Personally I just shave my face myself with Japanese facial razors I get from Amazon and I get good results. My skin just feels better and is much smoother (and the hair does not grow back any thicker or darker), I feel like it makes my skincare products more effective and my foundation goes on so much better afterwards. If you do want to try this method just make sure your face is thoroughly cleansed beforehand, use a relatively light hand and moisturize right after. I hope this was at least a little helpful.
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Emily Alder
CombinationCombination Skin
I have really sensitive skin but I’ve recently started shaving my face to remove excess peach fuzz & dead skin. I love the way my face looks and feels afterwards, but I get bumps on my cheek/chin area afterwards due to irritation. Is there something I can use on my skin to help when I shave? (Picture is the tool that I currently use)
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Jessica Helms
DryDry Skin
These are the razors I use for my face, they’re the most gentle I’ve found for me personally, you can get them for really cheap on Amazon. And I just wipe my face down with a gentle toner to make sure everything is clean before I start and then apply moisturizer right after I’m done.
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Breanna Record
OilyOily Skin
Ladies, what is your favorite contour product? And what is your favorite setting powder & favorite tool to apply it with (brush, sponge... etc) 😊
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Shreya Gupta
OilyOily Skin
Absolutely LOVE my fenty contour. I use Carmel cutie which isn’t listed here. I use an angled blush brush to apply!
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En Wang
CombinationCombination Skin
‼️📣I need YOUR help📣‼️ Hi everyone, my name is En, I am a product designer here at Mira and I need your help! Its been such an honor to have been a part of this community and to have witnessed this group grow from such a small number of people (only 30 or so) to now thousands of you who come here to research, learn, share, and exchange the knowledge you have about beauty (y’all inspire me so much)! Here at Mira, we believe that knowledge is power. We believe that everyone has valuable knowledge to contribute whether you are picking up a makeup brush for the first time or the thousandth time. We are on a mission to make Mira’s community platform even more accessible and we need help!! If: 1)Mira’s community has been a helpful tool to you 2)pioneering Mira’s community is something that interests you 3)you’d like to help us shape Mira’s community moving forward please leave a comment below or contact me at [email protected] Thank you guys so much! Xoxo En
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Stephanie Nielson
CombinationCombination Skin
I’d absolutely be interested in that!!!
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En Wang
CombinationCombination Skin
Thanks for your interest, Stephanie!! :-) what’s the best way to reach you?
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Stephanie Nielson
CombinationCombination Skin
@En Wang email works! [email protected]
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Lilia Zeibari
DryDry Skin
I’m looking for a mascara/ some tool to help my eyelashes stay up. I have pretty straight ones and I use an eyelash curler before I apply mascara however it just doesn’t hold. Can anyone help?? Thanks!
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Hope Lichner
DryDry Skin
I like to curl my lashes first then use mascara (two faced better than sex waterproof version) and let the first coat dry then I repeat. My eyelashes grow straight out so I understand the struggle
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Lauren Nowell Bratton
CombinationCombination Skin
My skin has been clear from acne for years, but my pores always get clogged from oil, dirt, etc. I am absolutely obsessed with this pore cleanser from R+F. This tool is extremely powerful and gives a pro quality facial at home. The picture shows my chin (with my tongue in front of my teeth to show the clogged pores 🙈 but OMG. That’s after two uses. 🙌🏼 You can use this once a week on your tzone and it’ll keep your pores looking smaller, cleaner, and my skin looking smoother. It comes with a pore prep solution that contains lactic and salicylic acid to break down the funk and help the tool glide across the skin better. It also comes with 4 pore cleansing tips and 4 blackhead extractor tips. The tool is very high quality and comes with its own charger. There is a low and a high setting to adjust to your needs. This is exactly what I needed in my bathroom that I didn’t have. Worth every single penny. Please message me with any questions. #pores
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Lauren Nowell Bratton
CombinationCombination Skin
The funk 🙈🙌🏼🤗
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Savanna Barcellos
SensitiveSensitive Skin
Trying to get rid of some pores and blackheads on my chin and nose, is a pore vacuum tool worth it??
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Belinda Goldsmith
CombinationCombination Skin
No it can damage your skin. Try a chemical exfoliant with BHA.
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Charlotte Brauchli
CombinationCombination Skin
I have very fair skin with some blemishes and light freckles, what is the best tool to use to blend this foundation in to give me some coverage but also so it’s not too sheer? Thank you! :)
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Tia Jones
CombinationCombination Skin
Blur brush or a damp sponge