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Dream Satin Liquid Foundation By Maybelline

My last photo-shoot my model Kushi wanted to use a Maybelline Creme Foundation for her application. She normally uses MAC foundations but want to try Dream Liquid Mousse. Dream Satin Liquid foundation + hydrating serum delivers the looks of completely pore-less skin. Her application was with a brush and little was needed for full coverage. This mousse also has a concealer added to the formula so no extra coverage is needed by using a added product.

Sandy Beige was used and perfectly gave her the color she was looking for. The application went on creamy and dried almost instantly with no for of streaking to the skin. After which I applied a translucent powder to set the foundation. She had the look of completely pore-less skin with a smooth airbrushed finish. Lightweight and breathable, this up to 16-hour liquid foundation delivers cake-free, full coverage that moisturizes all day.

All you have to do is, apply to the face and blend with fingertips, beauty sponge, or foundation brush. After we set the foundation we moved along to cheek colors and contouring. Try the product out it worked well for us and the foundation held up well for the photo-shoot. Dermatologist tested, allergy tested, non-comedogenic, ideal for normal skin, suitable for sensitive skin. And it wash’s off with just soap and water, it will not clog your pores. Give it a try everyone it’s not bad at all.

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Pots, Pots, Pots!

 

I am sure we all have problems with eye liners. There are pencils, liquid liners, powders, and of course my favorite Pots. I was doing hair and makeup on a contestant for the Miss Florida pageant and I decided to use a variation of liners. I went ahead and applied a MAC primer to the eye lids, which is a MUST for me and MAC makes the best primers in my view. Shadows were applied and my first choice was the Maybelline brown pot, and with a small MAC brush it did the trick. Not too runny and the color was slightly matte. I went ahead and added some orange rouge to my liner and then that did the trick. The brown liner was just a little to matte to me. But being a hair colorist I always mix and customize my hair color formulas, for my clients. So when ever I purchase any product in the makeup field I never use it totally by itself.

The product itself had a very good texture to work with. Now I am always a individual and never follow one manufacturer for hair-color or makeup and even for my hair cutting shears. Shop around and find out what is best for you. Professionals in the makeup and beauty industry will be devoted to one brand. Not so, no manufacturer can do it all, in liners, shadows, brow powder, lips, gloss etc. Find out what works best for you and mix and match your formulas. Customize! THAT is the proper word. I love to mix my pots with rouges. My lip colors are not one color of lipstick they are all self formulated. And that is why I am a professional.

The Maybelline Pot I used was a brown, and it lasted all day on the client. The product has a very thick mixture to it, so make sure you do a little stirring before the application and us the smallest brush that you are comfortable using for the liners. The Pots also has a slight amount of shimmer to them which is a added benefit, I had using a matte, flat color. The purchase price was also agreeable for me it was only $7.00 for the Pot and there was a ample amount for me to use. And as a haircolorist and makeup artist I can go through product like water, so for the consumer you receive alot for the price you pay!!! Try ladies it worked for me!!!

Good luck. And always remember Less is Best!