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September 29, 2015

Alternatives to Thick Liquid Foundation!

If you're tired of using thick heavy foundations try these alternatives:

Stila Perfectly Poreless Putty Perfector Compact: It can be used alone or over foundation for a flassless finish! I really enjoyed using this as my makeup base for my casual days. For days when I still used liquid foundation and contoured I used this on top to make my skin look smooth.
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Sephora Airbrush Foundation: While it's a bit harder to control than a liquid or powder, it still provided a medium level coverage. As you can see, you can still see the birthmarks on my face and red spots around my temple and nose. So a pro is that it goes on evenly and smoothly without spending time brushing or patting, but a con is that it's messy (cover your hair and clothing) and not full coverage. #sephiraairbrushfoundation


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