Advanced Radiance Concealer

December 1, 2009 by The Gossip Chic  
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Advanced Radiance Concealer

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which do you think would be the right one for me?

i am acne prone and I was using bM but too many steps and then i was using pur minerals covers well but brush a little too harsh.
So here is my list---
CG trublend
pur minerals
BM
CG advanced radiance restorative cream
Beyond natural skin matching foundation
Almay nearly naked and line smoothing concealer

A few of them worked pretty good but i do not need the break outs...

Feed back???

My makeup was making me break out too... So now i use Boots-The power of botanics and it doesnt happen anymore. It looks good and natural and makes your skin soft too..

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How To Do Your Own Wedding Makeup

You're getting married! What an exciting time for you. At some point during the wedding planning process, you will have to think about your bridal beauty needs. Much attention and care should be taken towards small details when it comes to the bridal make up. A wedding day make up would definitely be very different form the regular days and yet it is essential to remember that it does not spoil the beauty of the bride by heavy application or experimenting on the grand day. The ideal bridal make up would accentuate the bride's beauty and conceal the flaws naturally.

Most people offering this service are fully mobile and will come to your home or wedding venue on the day, which means you can get ready at your leisure and actually enjoy the experience of being pampered just like a princess on your big day. It's generally a good idea to organise a make-up artist well in advance of the actual day. Most established artists will be in demand during the wedding season so booking as early as possible is an absolute must.

For the true romantic, nothing beats a blushing bride in ravishing pink.  Pink lips and cheeks give a young, fresh look while being soft and subtle.  But beware of bubblegum or Barbie pinks and anything that is matte in color, it will make you look too plastic.  You want to look like yourself but with just a little more "oomph.  Fair skinned brides look good in rosy pinks, honey toned brides look good in coral pinks with a gold undertone and darker skinned brides look good in berry rich shades.

Every bride should use foundation to some degree. Foundation and concealer are the most important aspect to looking good in photographs. Even the tiniest blemishes can show up in your photographs. Perfect for hiding minor flaws and covering little blemishes, a good quality concealer is essential on your wedding day. For under the eyes use a light specialist concealer and for spots and blemishes use a slightly heavier version. For perfect results use a little moisturiser first and apply the concealer with a soft brush until you achieve the perfect look.

Feel free to shine on your wedding day, as long as it isn't with your face! Ask your maid of honor to carry oil blotting tissues with her, and slip you one when she thinks you need it. This way, you can have a great time at your reception without worrying about your makeup! Make-up with a shimmer or added luminiser is great for everyday use but not your wedding. Whenever there is going to flash photography you want to avoid as much shine as possible. Looking after your skin and getting plenty of exercise should give you all the radiance you need without resorting to synthetic products.

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