Since reverting back to using compact powder foundation, I’ve been obsessing with the application techniques to ensure that I get the best coverage without having my makeup looking all cakey and streaky. I’ve discussed the merits of compact powder foundation vs mineral foundation and loose powder but how we apply them is also important. So what have I discovered in my experimentation which maybe of interest to you?
The topic on whether or not toners should be incorporated into our daily skincare regime has been much discussed. I’ve already written two to three entries on the topic and here’s one more for today. The reason why this entry came about is because I found a very interesting comment left by Dr Veronica Waks of Natural Health and Medicine in yesterday’s entry on Hydrosols. Veronica, by the way is a licensed Naturopathic Physician.
I have a question. How long can we keep our nail polishes for? I’m asking because I just cleaned my nail polish drawer and noticed that I have some nail polishes that are at least 5 years old! OMG! But the funny thing is, they’re still fine and I’m able to wear them. I don’t know if it’s because these are OPI nail polishes and that’s why they last longer since the only thing I do is to keep them in a drawer away from direct sunlight.
I mentioned awhile ago that I’ve been having problems wearing lip glosses and lipsticks. My lips became very dry especially under air-conditioned environment and I had these white clumpy stuff from whatever I’m wearing on my lower lips. Needless to say, I looked awful. At first I thought it was the ingredients from my lip glosses and lipsticks causing some allergies but apparently it was not. The issue was the dead skin on my lips which I never thought of removing!