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well after i wash my face in the morning, i put on my fave lancome soothing water based moisturizing gel for sensitive skin.. and if i were to go out that day.. it really depends.. if im going for the more dolled up look, then fake lashes, eyeliner, eyeshadow.. or both.. a bit of blush depending if i'm wearing eyeshadow or not.. (don't want too much goin on) and lipstick/lipgloss if i'm not going out to eat.. im getting the hang of applying fake lashes so the process takes a lot quicker now. oh and if i'm going for the simple look.. then all i put on is eyeliner :)

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Morning:

Dermaveen face wash

vitamin c serum

Paula's Choice superantioxidant serum

sunblock

 

Night:

Face wash 

lancome toner

skII face essence

retin a

paula's choice antioxidant serum

peptides

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Just bought a jar of volcanic mud mask... sooooooo now I'm putting horse oil, snail guck, and volcanic mud on my face. 

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Skincare (Normal/Dry Skin) 

MORNING

Splash with warm water and dab dry

NIGHT

Just got the Clarsonic + Facial Cleanser (I want to get a cleansing oil, but I just use Cetaphil or a gel cleanser right now)

Fresh Rose Toner

Moisturizing gel/cream 

 

Makeup - Daily

I don't currently do this (no reason to). But the above skincare routine is the same. 

Concealer > eyeliner > contour powder for cheeks, jawline, temple > lip something > mascara 

 

Since I have more dry skin I tend to go for products that have more moisture in them and rarely used powder based formulas. (Except for contour / eyeshadows) 

If my skin is looking especially dry in the morning I mix a pump of Clarins serum with my etude CC cream (+ Hourglass Foundation if doing full face coverage) to brighten up my face before adding in shadows with my contour powder. 

In general I just want to keep my skin moisturized, use anti aging night creams when necessary, and stay hydrated :D 

Edited by Terazu
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Terazu as you can see from my post I use Monsia Skincare but now that it is winter here in the UK  and the heating is on I am finding that my skin is getting dry so after applying my day moisturizer I add Vit E oil, a couple of drops on my neck and a few drops all over my face. I do this again in the evening after applying the intense night repair cream. The vit E oil seals in the moisture, you should try it.

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I cannot tolerate any kind of foam cleanser because I have dry, sensitive skin.  I have been searching for an organic cleanser that wouldn't make my sensitive skin burn on my cheeks and would also moisturize and not leave my skin dry after cleansing. The Made from Earth Green Tea Cleanser is perfect for me - no foam and It feels so soothing, smells heavenly, and as suggested on the package, I often leave it on for several minutes as sort of a treatment mask for my dry skin before rinsing it off. 

I will never use anything else after finally finding this

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Sensitive/Dry Skin

Morning:

-Apple Cider Vinegar (pH balancing and gentle toner)

-Primera Miracle Seed Essence + Philosophy Vitamin C Powder

-Primera Super Sprout Phyto-Sporum Serum

-Primera Alpine Berry Watery Cream

-Badger Sunscreen (no fragrance)

 

Night:

-Bioderma / Lancome eye makeup remover

-Cetaphil Gel Cleanser

-Apple Cider Vinegar toner

-Physiogel lotion

 

Check out our site for top Korean skincare tips!

https://www.cocosecrets.ca/

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Morning:

wash face with st ives (3x a week) or tofu soap

apple cider with water toner

lilys touch cream

 

 

afternoon:

wipe face with nivea wipes

 

evening:

 

wash face with tofu soap

st ives collagen cream

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Here is a video of my makeup regimen. I have pretty difficult Asian hooded eyelids to work with. Every morning. I must do this-- I feel like I look completely different without it. I'm also contemplating getting a little lift or something, when I eventually revisit Korea in a few years. 

 

Edited by vitatriple3

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Morninings:

Washing:

  • Charcoal facial soap + Konjac sponge
  • Argan oil + Lavender body oil (as a moisturizer)

 

Make up routine:

  • Neutrogena rice extract primer (for oil control)
  • Clinique BB cream 
  • Benefit highlighter
  • Buxom Bronzer for contouring 
  • Bake face for 10 minutes, then blend.
  • Becca creme highlighter in moon stone
  • Loose powder to set
  • lipstick
  • eyebrows
  • Spritz rose water on face

 

Night:

Take off make up with micellar water

African blacksoap to wash face

Rose water

Argan and lavender oil

Shiseido eyecreme

 

 

 

 

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well for my makeup routine starts with washing my face, then apply a good primer then I use bb cream and just apply liner.

use sunscreen for mt hand and feets

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Here at Healing Breeze23, we’re huge advocates for a healthy skincare routine. Skin is the true foundation and, let’s be honest, even the most beautiful blush or technically applied contour can’t look its best if the skin’s not in good condition.

Build your skincare routine around these four basic steps, and you’ll be well on your way to healthy and smooth-looking skin.

STEP 1–CLEANSE
Best suds! Select a high-quality daily cleansing product to remove your makeup and get your skin feeling squeaky clean. Make sure that the cleanser you choose is suitable for your skin type (e.g., dry, oily, sensitive, etc.) or it may end up causing just as many problems as it’s meant to solve. To remove stubborn waterproof makeup, we recommend an oil-based makeup remover—there are numerous options on the market in a variety of price ranges.

STEP 2–TONE
Get toned! Aside from removing any last traces of makeup and cleanser, most toners are designed to minimize the appearance of pores and restore your skin’s pH balance.

STEP 3–EXFOLIATE
Scrub a dub dub! An imperative skincare practice, gentle exfoliation will remove dead skin cells from the skin’s outermost layer and leave new, rejuvenated skin exposed at the surface (ahhh, love that super-smooth feeling!). Consistent exfoliation may even help improve mild acne and reduce the appearance of fine lines. Note: Limit exfoliation to 2-3 times a week (depending on your skin type) to avoid irritation.

STEP 4–MOISTURIZE
Soak it up! The final step and the cornerstone of any good skincare routine…yep, you guessed it, moisturizer! Moisturizer forms a fine, protective layer on the skin’s surface that acts as a barrier between the skin and harsh environmental conditions. Its hydrating effects will prevent dry skin and can improve skin’s texture and tone. Pro Tip: Just like any other skincare product, it’s important to choose a moisturizer that’s formulated for your skin type.

There you have it, muggies! Let’s commit to maintaining a thorough skincare routine—we can do it! Remember: Identify the appropriate products for you according to your unique skin type and personal preferences. Catch you on the smooth-skin flipside!

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My makeup routine begins with skincare. In fact, as much as I love and want to own so many makeup products, I have trained myself to spend on skincare first. If your skin isn't at its best, your make won't be either. With any extra I have I'll buy an eye color, blush, or lipstick.

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I used to have a very sensitive skin to the point that I only have to wear my make for a maximum of 4 hours. But when a friend of mine introduce her newly discovered product from Amazon. I tried Vitality26 because it uses organic ingredients. I use their face cream and serum twice a day and face mask once a week. 

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