Question About Bare Minerals Foundation, over 50
Marie asked this question about Bare Minerals Foundation:
I have dark age spots that have developed on my cheeks over the last 5 years. Not sure that the BE coverage was good enough, but could be I was doing something wrong, although I followed the DVD directions.
Also, I wore it for more than 12 hours, and towards the last couple of hours it felt like some had "migrated" into my eyes as they were feeling full of grit. Was wondering if anyone else had this issue?
My skin is fairly dry, and I did put a moisturizer on underneath and then waited for it to absorb before applying the makeup. On my nose, at the end of the day, I was very easily able to wipe the powder off on my finger, which made it feel like I had a grease slick under my skin that had lifted the powder, even though the moisturizer I use is not heavy. Previously, I had used Revlon's Colorstay, and I think I'm used to the idea of it staying on my skin until I remove it. I even work out in it, and I am afraid that the BE would leave streak marks on my skin with how easily it came off on my finger from my nose, but will have to give it the opportunity to prove me wrong since I have read about people swimming in it without it washing off. I want to give my eyes a break for a couple of days before retrying as they still feel gritty this morning. Will re-review then, but am concerned over damage to my corneas if the powder keeps getting in my eyes and potentially scratching them.
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