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    Default Best make-up for rosacea

    Hi guys !

    I was wonderig what is the best make - up for rosacea?

    And for make-up I meant the whole package: from concealer, liquid foundation, loose powder, and bronzer??

    I was just diagnosed with Rosacea 2 months ago and need some answers and tips to learn to deal with it... !!!

    Thanks !!!

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    Out of the 44 viewers nobody has any recommendations???

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    clinique is a great makeup line to use , they have a line for redness that is great or mineral makeups are also great. I dont have a lot of experience with makeup but i currently use Jane Ireland mineral makeup. Its really trial and error and what works best for you , there are some posts on here about foundations that are good . Maybe some others will jump in with more help
    Thanks

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    Default Dr jarts bb cream and Dermablend

    I like dr jarts bb cream. I love how creamy it feels. I've tried Dermablend foundation and while I like the pigmentation levels, the formula makes my skin look rough and flaky. So I use the Dermablend concealer as a spot treatment, and the bb cream as my foundation.

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    Thank you two for the responses...
    I need to try that Clinique, I saw they have a yellow powdER.

    I hope I can get more ideas here...

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    Hi!

    Estee Lauder double wear maximum cover is the best foundation I have found out there so far! Takes a bit of getting used to when applying but gives amazing coverage. Google it for reviews and also look at some YouTube videos!

    Hope this helps!

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    Dermablend gives good coverage, but can look a bit cakey if not used really sparingly. A little goes a long way, good for pinpoint concealing though. Lisa Eldridge does a great makeup video with it. I used to use Lily Lolo, but my skin is too dry for it now and mineral make-up looks flaky on it. They also do a yellow and green powder. The green is actually more greyish, and I liked them both but need something more moisturising. I liked the look of no7's BB cream, nice and light texture, but I wasn't sure if all the silicone was breaking me out. I just tried Lancome's effacerne concealer, and was over the moon with it, nice and creamy and good for the face as well as under the eyes, until i saw it in a different light and it seemed thick and the wrong colour not sure if it was just weird lighting tho.

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    I have used Color Me Beautiful for a number of years. It has Aloe Vera in it and covers very well.

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    I use clinque's redness foundation. They will match the color for you. I use MAC powder. It is the only one out there that covers the redness.

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    Default My Username should be Makeup Guru!

    I'm a makeup addict. I've always loved playing with it and wearing it since I was a child.

    Here's my routine:

    I start with Loreal True Match Lumi Primer mixed with NYX (can get this at Ulta) pore perfecting primer.
    I then take a concealer brush and use MAC's studio sculpt concealer and cover all my areas of redness (cheeks, chin, little bit above eyebrows). I'm NW20.
    After concealer, I take 2-3 pumps of Loreal True Match Lumi Foundation and buff it in my skin with Tarte's airbrushed foundation brush.
    From here I take Urban Decays or Skindinavia makeup setting spray and spray my face 2-3 times, I like the urban decay's oil control spray as I have combination skin.
    I may dust my T zone with a bit of MAC's mineralized natural skin finish in the color Medium.
    I then will use one of my blushes, I am in love with the Tarte amazonian clay blushes, exposed is a great color for rosacea suffers because it is not red, pink, or peach.. in fact it is more neutral brown and just helps to highlight the skin. I also love well-dressed blush by MAC.
    For bronzer I love Park Avenue Princess, by Tarte.
    Under-eye concealer I used Maybelline - Age Rewind Eraser for a long time (about a year) it works great, but lately I've been using Maybelline Dream Lumi Touche highlighting concealer. I will sometimes highlight with this and put it on my laugh lines, and down my nose.

    One thing I would say to avoid is Urban Decay's primer potion, this had ripped my eye-lids up to shreds. They hurt so bad when I used this, also MAC's paint pots did the same thing to me. My skin was sore, red, dried out.. etc.

    The other foundation I would recommend is Maybelline's Instant Age Rewind eraser or just the bottled one, the eraser is cool because it is antimicrobial. I used that for about a year, and it worked great.
    Last edited by FunAtTheCircus; 10th February 2013 at 07:08 AM.

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