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  • VictoriaZ
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    Hi girls,
    can I ask whether you wash the loose powder sponge or buy new ones. I bought new ones from guardian and watson but the size does not match and it seems like it does not absorb the loose powder or blend it well on my face. Any solution where to get the same type of sponge or I got to go back international plaza? Hehe

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  • VictoriaZ
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    I agreed. The loose powder is real , it is 1 that look natural on me and so far, it hasnt clog my pores. I used to use maybelline and clinique and all ended up with pimples.

    As for the concealer, do you find it too dry? I think I cant use it, it's too hard to spread. Not sure if I want to go back to change.

    By the way, there is 2 ladies in the shop right? I am not sure if I am right, but I find the boss blend the cosmetic better, do you all think so?

    Any one tried their foundation? I thought of trying as I have many acne scars , but after getting the concealer, I didnt dare to get it.

    As for blusher, I'm trying to look for 1 pinkish kind, but those ready costom blend which cost $38 didnt have the color I wanted. But the lightest tone there is not bad for fair skin girls, is a little pink peach orange color. More to peach or orange, cant see clearly in their lightings. The custom blend ones cost $48,too expensive. anyone tried?

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  • lumos
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    i realised the trick to applying mineral powder is to make sure your face is completely dry, which means no stickiness from sunblock or moisturizer

    for me, there is less clogged pores, just went for facial yesterday and my facialist say my face improve a lot

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  • fornight
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    I find that those mineral loose powders make my large pores more obvious and I needed more to cover them.

    Not sure if I am being too sensitive or what. I find myself having more clogged pores when I use them.

    I am sticking with KP too.

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  • allure
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    i've tried the loose powder, and still prefer BB/KP/,

    somehow the coverage is too much for me, and it makes me look more grey then usual, even after adjusting the color.

    my friend commented that i look better without the loose powder on... so i think KP/BB still win hands down
    Last edited by allure; 05-06-2004, 11:35 PM.

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  • Mint
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    Even though the colours can be custom blend......but the range of colours for the blusher are quite limited actually. I request for a pink blusher ......and the "most pink" colour the lady can achieve looks kinda maroon on me.

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  • teiko
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    Is the loose powder mentioned equivalent to a powder foundation??? :huh:

    Saw her salon mentioned in last week's Life

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  • sugarbee
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    It's sort of a creamy liquid.. she added texturiser to make it thicker so it's easier to blend. It's $68 but a little goes a looong way so i think it's a lifetime supply! Plus, she said it doesn't have any expiry date as there are no chemicals.

    As for the blush, it stays really well too! I just wish it were a little more pink, as it tends to oxidise on me. The one I have is already the most pink one: cranberry pearl.

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  • clpersonal
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    Originally posted by sugarbee
    I'm using the powder too. It does stay well until you remove it.
    Just bought a blusher and concealor too. Love the concealor! Good coverage and texture. A little goes a long way too..
    Still trying to get the hang of loose powder blush though..

    The blusher is $36
    Tell us more about the concealer! Is it a cream or liquid? Is it in a pot or tube? How much is it?

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  • Jewel
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    hi sugarbee, oh, I simply love the powder blusher! it stays through my walking in the sun for at least 6 hours, and after all my perspiration and till i took it off at night!

    My way of using: Flip the pot while it's closed, then flip it back, tap the lid so only some trace left on the lid when I open it and I use my blusher brush to pick up whatever powder is on the lid, repeat for other cheek and most of the time, those are more than ????? for me for each cheek, so I reckon this blusher is gonna last me a long long time!! heh.. value for money really.

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  • sugarbee
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    Whoops! It's actually $38.. pressed the wrong key...

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  • sugarbee
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    I'm using the powder too. It does stay well until you remove it.
    Just bought a blusher and concealor too. Love the concealor! Good coverage and texture. A little goes a long way too..
    Still trying to get the hang of loose powder blush though..

    The blusher is $36

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  • Ann
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    Originally posted by Alya
    i am lemming big time for it. going down with babysammi tmw if possible to get it.................*heheheheh*

    i'm psychoing her.......hahaha
    Do post review after you've tried. I'm lying off makeup for a while, but it sounds good.

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  • Alya
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    i am lemming big time for it. going down with babysammi tmw if possible to get it.................*heheheheh*

    i'm psychoing her.......hahaha

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  • kare2711
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    Originally posted by Jewel
    I'm not sure if you can let the lady knows and she can add less shimmers minerals in for you.
    Nope, glowy look is what I'm for. Thanks!

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