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Good for sensitive skin

"...this is the sensitive skin version of keihl's brushless shaving cream..."

- Rakuten User

"...if you've read my other reviews, then you know i'm a strong endorser of the art of shaving products; as a fair-skinned redhead, brands that accommodate sensitive skin are a must..."

- Macy's User

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Naomi Skeer
sensitiveSensitive Skin

What setting spray is a must-have?? I’m struggling with finding the right setting spray. I’ve tried MAC, Elf, Maybelline, Colourpop, and Wet n Wild and I don’t like anyyyy of them. Helppp

Melissa Vickers
combinationCombination Skin
Nyx-matte finish setting spray they have , matte and dewy as well both by nyx. you can get them at Walgreens or online on Amazon for cheaper and in a bigger bottle just a little tip hee hee😉☺️✨ I’ve only tried the matte setting spray I have not tried the dewy kind but I’m sure it works just as well the matte one does. It’s amazing my make up stays in place all day love love love this product!!!!

Matte Setting Spray

NYX Professional Makeup
$9
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Katie R
combinationCombination Skin

Hey friends, as you can see from the pictures, my foundation has started to become...flaky? And weird? When I wear it for longer periods of time. As you can see from the tagged products, it doesn’t matter which foundation I use, it gives me that weird cakey-flaky consistency after some wear. I think my skin has become more oily recently, but that’s the only skin change I’ve had and I’ve worn both of these foundations for forever so I don’t think it’s the formula. Not really sure what to do? Help??

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Tara Mastromihalis
oilyOily Skin

Currently searching for products to use on my birthday and I need advice on primers, longwearing foundations, concealers and powders with no flashback. So far I’m interested in trying Charlotte Tilbury’s most recent foundation and the pressed powder. Any luxury recommendations that are worth the splurge and hold up on combo/oily skin? I struggle with a lot of shine mainly between my brows and around my nose :)

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