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louiser

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Hi Everyone :)

I have been hearing about "baking" and reading up on it for now, I was going to have a little play on myself but it is not clear which powders are actually any good for this, can anyone recommend one?

Thank you,

Louise
 

SallyGirlJojo

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I did this only myself and I just used a 17 no shine loose powder (I keep my pro stuff for the customers!!) anyway.. My skin went insanely dry after a few days, like literally uncomfortablely dry!! After I stoped the dryness stopped also, I wont be doing this again on myself or customers as I didnt think it looked that much of an improvement
 

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I do it only with my undereye concealer, because that creases really quick on me. It does help. I use a no7 loose powder, pack it on with a dry sponge then leave a few mins and brush it off with a fluffy brush.

I moisturise my under eyes really well at night and right before concealing, as that area is very dry on me. In fact my whole face is dry.
 

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I use the mehron powder, its so fine and sits lovely, i use it to set and it doesn't go anywhere at all! not a bad price either. treasure house of make are the official stockist for mehron and ben nye banana powder. worthwhile getting as i just decant into little pots, it really lasts ages!

(just for self indulgence i want the ben nye powder in translucent, yellow and in camel shades purely for myself hehe!:D:D)

my personal preference is a translucent powder as it obviously blends but some of the warmer tones are better to give more dimension rather than looking flat. (im off to shop again now! ;))xoxo
 

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