Hi Asymetrical, regarding the bolded, are you merely reapplying the sunscreen without washing that person first? I’m curious because my skin is oily in the warmer months, and I wonder if doing this would clog my pores. Thanks for creating this thread incidentally, I need to begin taking better treatment of my skin.
No, I don’t re-wash my face before reapplying. If a sunscreen is found by you that is non pore clogging and one that works well with your other products, you shouldn’t have any issues. I like to use KSC bases sunscreens because they aren’t very heavy like many of the ones on the American market. My pores and skin gets greasy in the winter months as well, so I use my biore sun milk as they have a far more powdery/matte end and helps to keep your skin matte. If you wear makeup, you might not can reasonably re-apply. ONCE I wear makeup (which is rare), I use it on top of my sunscreen. You can also wear a UV visor or wide brim hat with large shades.
However, I find that this powder emphasizes the cakey, gross looking parting of product that occurs to my face while i wear NARS Sheer Glow! I have to bring a clean to blend the product into my skin after 3 hours back, and it’ll look fine soon after, but man it’s unappealing to check out.
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The Soft Velvet Loose Powder doesn’t cause this parting, but it does emphasize it. I love that I am distributed by this powder a brilliant perfect finish, so when I use it with pore primers (I really like Benefit Porefessional) it gives me the most perfect finish possible, almost like I away airbrushed my pores. I don’t believe it particularly controls shine or oil in any way, so blotting papers are essential for me as always, and this is definitely a pricey product. I believe it’s a great product for anyone who struggles with big pores, but I certainly don’t think it’s a necessity. Have the Soft was attempted by you Velvet Loose Powder? Achieved it play with your skin type perfectly?
If she has not found the Fountain of Youth, at minimum she’s found very talented plastic cosmetic surgeons and image consultants who have readied her on her behalf closeup. It’s like she’s ageing backwards. I wouldn’t criticize her for this, though. I assume the blogger is male. You may be and you will need someone to spell it out too. The difference between the present-day pictures and the old Harvard Law School picture is attributable mostly to 2 things: hair and makeup.
In the old picture, from 1991, she’s putting on no (or minimal) makeup and natural locks. I recall 1991, and it was a genuine top of feminist ideology. She fit her time. And she’s fitting her time now. Few American women today go on TV without makeup. It’s not “Human Barbie Doll” to wear foundation and add definition to your eyes. It’s distracting whenever a woman doesn’t do that.