I may be looking for a unicorn foundation, but figured I would ask and see what y’all suggest.
I am looking for a foundation for normal skin that won’t make me dry. I have a skin care routine and use a hydrating primer to keep my skin hydrated throughout the day. I also use a pore filling primer in my T-zone.
I do like to use setting powders and a dewy setting spray. I would like medium to full coverage with looking as natural as possible and minimal Cakey-ness. Minimal settling into fine lines and pores.
I am willing to spend $50 at most for a great foundation. I would love if it was a Sephora so I can sample it first, but not a big deal if not.
Those with septum piercings (captive hoops mostly), do you get dry under your piercing? I’ve been having really flaky/dry skin in between my nostrils where my captive hoop is. It’s not boogers or dried snot, but super dry skin that’s always peeling! Does anyone have a recommendation to help this go away or should I put in a retainer for a few days to see if it clears up?
To y’all my combination skin gals what do y’all think of The farsaIi unicorn essence and the blurring primers I wanna try them but I wanna know pros cons and how y’all like them etc!
Post skin care glowy quick face!✨ took my light makeup off once I got back to my dorm after a long day of classes and needed a little relaxing session before I went to study with a group of friends. Did the YesTo Unicorn Peel off mask, Kylie skin vanilla milk toner, cbd brightening serum, Murad acne clearing solution, and Mac Radiance primer. I followed with the actual makeup: abh foundation stick to contour blended out with beauty blender before makeup,Elf foundation applied w beauty blender and builded to desired coverage, dermablend to bake/set all over and flicked off, L’Oréal powder all over w Jaclyn hill powder brush, elf kabuki brush, then layered in contour areas w jh contour brush. Light blush with Nars dusted rose I think is the name, highlight in tartlette pallet w small brush on cheek bones, forehead, chin, upper lip, and lightly on jaw and above eyes. Lastly, naked illumination (the sparkles one) on highlight spots and finished with too faced hangover setting spray and too faced liquid melted lipstick.