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Courtney Chavez
Oily 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
Dry 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
Combination 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
Dry 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
Oily 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
Oily Skin

Absolutely LOVE my fenty contour. I use Carmel cutie which isn’t listed here. I use an angled blush brush to apply!