Browsing category: FACE atelier

Makeup Wars – My Favourite Foundations

This week for Makeup Wars we are sharing some of our favourite foundations and BB creams. I have fair skin that is very dry and dehydrated. Sometimes I can have some flakiness around my nose and on my chin. What I look for in a foundation is a formula that will even out the redness in my skin while covering up some of the hyper pigmentation. I need it to have a natural or dewy finish so it doesn't cause my already dry skin to look look even more parched. It is important to me that I don't see my foundation and that it doesn't

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Makeup Wars – 5 of My Favourite Cruelty Free Products

While I am not an exclusively cruelty free product user it is not difficult to come up with favourite cruelty free items. The difficulty lies in narrowing it down to just a few. There are so many amazing brands and products out there that are cruelty free. I decided to draw from some of my most used items. Three of the items listed are actually my most used and loved products in my professional kit. I love them for personal use of course as well! They are: FACE atelier Cosmetics Ultra Foundation ($34/20ml $48/30ml) - I have

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Foundation Swatches for the Perilously Pale

I am FINALLY posting some foundation swatches for you. I can't believe that I started Perilously Pale over a year ago and have never done foundation swatches, or reviews for that matter, for you. I apologize. Helping my fellow fair complected beauties navigate the world of beauty was my reason for starting this website and not having done this earlier is unacceptable. Bad blogger!Here are swatches of the following foundations:Cover FX Cream Foundation E0Cover FX Cream Foundation C10Face Atelier Ultra Foundation 1Make Up For Ever

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Le Metier de Beaute Tunsian Trist Face of the Day

Here is my face of the day testing out the Neiman Marcus Exclusive Crochet Kaleidoscope Tunsian Trist. I will do a full review of this Kaleidoscope shortly. I also played with the sample pans of two old Limited Edition bronzer shades that Dustin had sent with my order a while back. I love them! I wish they weren't LE but since I haven't tried the permanent shades I can only imagine they are even more amazing. If you haven't already checked out my interview with Le Metier de Beaute's Mikey Castillo please do so. It's full of so

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Christa Potter is a professional makeup artist with a passion for introducing women to the newest and best in beauty with a touch of fashion and lifestyle.

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