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ORIGINAL Loose Powder Foundation SPF 15 | Mineral Makeup | bareMinerals

ORIGINAL Loose Powder Foundation SPF 15 | Mineral Makeup | bareMinerals


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ORIGINAL Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF 15 - Size: Large (8 g / 0.28 Oz.)

9 Best Mineral Makeup Products for Acne Prone Skin

by Surabhi Singh @ Makeupandbeauty.com

Greetings everyone, Mineral makeup products can be good for acne prone skin as they are oil-free, talc-free and less likely to aggravate the skin. Here is a list of 10 best mineral makeup products to choose from, if you have oily skin. So, let’s get into it. 1. MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Natural: MAC Mineralize Skinfinish […]

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Bare Escentuals bareMinerals Foundation Fair 1C .07 Oz 2 G Pink Lid

Bare Escentuals bareMinerals Foundation Fair 1C .07 Oz 2 G Pink Lid


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Achieve flawless complexion with the Bare Escentuals bareMinerals foundation. Providing perfect and even coverage, this SPF 15 foundation gives a luminous finis

Bare Escentuals Matte Foundation spf 15 reviews, photos, ingredients

Bare Escentuals Matte Foundation spf 15 reviews, photos, ingredients


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Bare Escentuals Matte Foundation spf 15: rated 3.4 out of 5 on MakeupAlley. See 758 member reviews, ingredients and photos.

Why BareMinerals Original Foundation Is Still the Best Powder Foundation

Why BareMinerals Original Foundation Is Still the Best Powder Foundation


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This mineral foundation in loose-powder form is a favorite of people with sensitive skin.

Autumn and Red Hair: Why They Make The Perfect PairIt’s a Redhead’s World

by TEST TEST @ How to be a Redhead

By: Jennifer Smith  What’s a redhead’s favorite season? It’s Redhead Season (also known as autumn or fall), of course! With lower temps and humidity, we fair-skinned beauties can actually enjoy time outdoors, and the colors of the leaves make a perfect backdrop for our lovely red hair. The tastes and smells of autumn are delicious […]

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12 ways to look more awake in photos

12 ways to look more awake in photos

by Coco & Bobo @ Coco & Bobo

How to look brighter and more awake in photos

Looking tired in photographs is a common gripe. Ever look in the mirror and think you're looking good then snap a selfie and wonder where all those bags and shadows came from? The camera can emphasize and exaggerate "flaws" like dull skin, undereye circles and puffiness that aren't as noticeable in person. Fortunately there are easy steps you can take to look fresh, bright, and well-rested, starting with your morning routine...

1. Splash cold water on your face. After cleansing, rinse your face in cool water to close pores and tighten skin. If you're feeling tired as well this will also give you a little jolt!

2. Put a gel eye mask (or spoon if you don't own a mask) in the fridge for 5-10 minutes and wear over your eyes for a few minutes. This feels so relaxing and de-puffs tired eyes.

3. Apply your moisturizer or face primer with a makeup brush instead of your fingers. Brushing it on in soft, sweeping strokes not only feels luxurious but makes the product melt into your skin for more even coverage. This will help get rid of any dry patches or dullness that can show up on camera.

4. Diffuse dark circles with a good concealer meant for dark undereye circles and imperfections, such as bareMinerals Bareskin Complete Coverage Serum Concealer. If you're using a thick concealer, blend it out with a very damp BeautyBlender or sponge to sheer out the product so it doesn't get cakey. If you're fair, use a pink-based shade; if you're darker or have severe circles you can use orange or red. Then take a brightening concealer like Touche Eclat or Stroke of Light and dot it in a upside-down triangle shape. Concentrate the product at the inner part of your eye; this is where people tend to have the most discoloration and dark shadows.

5. Grab a cobalt or navy blue kohl pencil and line your waterline. The blue makes the whites of your eyes appear whiter.

6. If you want to wear eyeshadow, try a light, satiny or shimmery shade on your lid. Something like MAC Dazzlelight. You can pop a little blush, bronzer or a soft brown/taupe shade in your crease, focusing on the outer portion of your lid. Don't use a dark color as it can look too harsh and drag the eye down.

7. Line your eyes as close to the lashline as you can and flick upwards at the outer corner. With your liner and shadow make sure you focus the product up and out in a cat-eye shape to lift eyes up. This is particularly helpful if you have hooded or downturned eyes.

8. Curl your lashes with a metal curler, being careful not to clamp too hard to damage your lashes. Fake a full fringe by coating the TOP side of your lashes and underneath as you normally would apply mascara. You can hold the wand horizontally to your eye and sweep in up and down motions like a fan to get both sides of your top lashes. This makes them fuller and thicker than usual, which will translate well on camera and bring more contrast and definition to your eyes.

9. Allow your mascara to dry and lift lashes at the outer corners with a heated curler to lift the lashes at the outer corner. The heat in combination with the mascara locks in the curl for a lasting effect. (Never use a metal curler after applying mascara as it will break your lashes off!)

10. Pop a creamy, opaque white eyeshadow in your inner corners to highlight. You can bring the color up in a sideways v for a strong highlight that opens up your eyes.

11. Opt for a lip color in a warm shade like pink, rose or coral with a glossy finish to make lips look fuller. Avoid nude, plum and pale lilac shades - anything with a cool tone and frosty finish can make you look dead.

12. Highlight the high points of the face where light naturally hits (tops of cheekbones, bridge of nose, center of forehead). Use a matte highlighter to avoid looking sparkly. I like using a foundation that's a shade or two lighter than my skin so it looks seamless and natural. Brighten your brow bone by picking up concealer, a light eyeshadow or highlighter on a skinny angled brush and draw from one end of the brow to the other. Build it up underneath the arch for a subtle eye lift.

For more eye-popping tricks, check out this guide to the best mascaras.

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bareMinerals® Original Foundation SPF 15 8g

bareMinerals® Original Foundation SPF 15 8g


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bareMinerals® Original SPF 15 Foundation gives you all the flawless coverage you want with a naturally luminous finish that won't clump or cake. It's proven to improve the appearance of...

Swatch of Fair Ivory

Swatch of Fair Ivory


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Bare Minerals Is Diversifying Its Iconic Foundation Line With 12 New Shades

Bareminerals Fair Matte Information, Side Effects, Warnings and Recalls

Bareminerals Fair Matte Information, Side Effects, Warnings and Recalls


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Contour and highlight for photography | No filter needed

Contour and highlight for photography | No filter needed

by Coco & Bobo @ Coco & Bobo

 

How to contour and highlight for the camera

One look at Instagram or the pages of your favorite beauty magazine tells us the contour and highlight craze isn’t going anywhere any time soon. There’s tons of blinding highlighters on the market for an otherworldly glow as well as myriad shades designed specifically for a sharp contour. While you can have fun with the look and go as intense or subtle as you’d like, there is a certain method to it for the camera. Choosing an orangey bronzer, bringing the contour too close to your mouth, and going too light -or- heavy handed are some common mistakes. If you are going to be photographed, you want to make sure everything is on point since the camera will pick up any goofs and exaggerate them.

I tend to be very light-handed with makeup and I’ve had to teach myself to bulk it up for photos. You can think you’re wearing enough in daylight but snap a photo and look barefaced. The camera can wash you out as well, so contouring is a must to add definition back into your face.

How to do it right

For my skin type I stick with powder products, but if you’re dry you can use a cream or liquid and add powder on top for depth. Color can be tricky. Some makeup artists prefer to use a purply grey color but I think this can look unnatural. You want it neutral so you don’t look orange but not so cool it looks ghoulish. I would err on the warm side personally, since photos can wash you out, worst case you’ll get some extra color. I like using Sombra by Alima Pure. Other popular products are this and this.

The first thing you want to do is study your face. Notice where shadows fall and light reflects. Anything in shadow is minimized and recedes; anything in light is emphasized and comes forward. This is a good rule of thumb to remember for enhancing your assets and camouflaging parts you may not be as happy with.

One thing I always do when I know I’m going to be photographed is contour my nose. This counteracts any distortion from the camera, especially if you’re taking a selfie, using a smartphone or lower quality camera. Take your contour powder on a pencil brush or any pointed brush and draw two lines down the sides of your nose. The closer the lines are to each other, the slimmer your nose will look. I have a somewhat wide nose so I always apply some on the tip and sides of my nose. Blend this out well with a dense brush so there are no detectable lines.

For cheekbones, I like to start at the hairline in line with my ears and on an angled brush slowly bring the color down into my cheekbones. Make sure you blend into your hairline so it looks natural.  The angle should point towards the corner of your mouth. Don’t extend it past the middle of your cheeks. I only bring it down to the hollows of my cheeks.

Take a larger powder brush and blend it out so there are no harsh lines. This is a good trick to slim a wide face.

On that same powder brush use the excess to contour your jawline. I like to stick to the sides of my jaw rather than underneath my chin so I don’t get a line of demarcation. Unless you have a very small forehead, sweep the color across the top near the hairline in an arc or halo shape. Don’t get too heavy handed with this part since hair – especially dark hair - can already cast a shadow on your hairline in photos.

Now for the fun part, the highlight. Except we’re not using any rainbow glitter unicorn stardust highlighters today. Sorry to disappoint :) For most people, a matte or satin highlighter is much more flattering. On camera it will look natural and seamless rather than a stark highlight.

Brighten up your undereye area with a good concealer (I like this one). You can go a little heavy with this and apply it in an upside down triangle to brighten this area. For my face, I like to use a foundation one to two shades lighter than my skin tone. If you want to use a liquid/cream, make sure you follow it with a powder to set and avoid shine on camera. On a dense buffing brush, concentrate foundation in the center of your forehead, down the bridge of your nose, and chin. Then set with transclucent powder like this one. This will blur the center of your face on camera while the rest remains dewy and fresh. This is one of my favorite tricks to photograph well.

You can also use two foundation shades but instead of mixing them try using the darker one on the outer portions of your face (jawline, sides of face, hairline) and the lighter in the middle of your face.

Always highlight your brow bone as well. This gives an instant brow lift and looks gorgeous on camera.

Now go in with a highlighter like Mary-Lou Manizer and highlight the high points (cheekbones, décolletage, cupid’s bow.)

The end goal of this is adding contrast and definition to your face since you lose a lot of definition in photos. Darkening your lashes, brows, contours of the face while brightening the high points and center will up that contrast and make you look more defined in photos.

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DIY lip kits | Favorite combinations

DIY lip kits | Favorite combinations

by Coco & Bobo @ Coco & Bobo

Thanks in part to a certain Jenner sister, lip kits are one of the most coveted beauty products of 2017. There's plenty of coordinated kits you can buy, but why not mix it up and curate your own kit with lip shades you already own? Whether you want a bold or subtle look, here are my favorite mix and match duos.

Bite Beauty The Lip Pencil #028+ bareMinerals Gen Nude liquid lipstick in Swag

This is one combination I have been loving lately. I love pairing a rosy liner with a mauve lipstick - it's a twist on a classic, neutral look with a fun pop of pink. It also warms up a nude shade - try it with a beige nude to give your lips more life.

Kat Von D Everlasting Lip Liner in Lolita + Anastasia Beverly Hills Lip Gloss in Raisin

This combination happened by sheer accident but I ended up loving the result. The rich, opaque gloss takes cult-favorite Kat Von D Lolita up a notch.

Make Up For Ever Aqua Lip Waterproof Lipliner in 8C + Nars Orgasm lipgloss

 I like to temper red liner shades with a neutral gloss or lipstick. The slight shimmer and peachy tones in Nars Orgasm make my lips look fuller over the come-hither siren red shade.

 

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Transform your eyes with bareMinerals eye makeup. Create natural looks or smoky eyes with eye shadows, eyeliners and more at SkinStore. Free delivery over $49.

ORIGINAL SPF15 Mineral Foundation | bareMinerals UK

ORIGINAL SPF15 Mineral Foundation | bareMinerals UK


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ORIGINAL SPF 15 Foundation

An Overnight Stay at Shoreditch House

by Steph @ Steph Style

Shoreditch House oozes cool (I know, what was I doing there right?). It is a members-only hotel complete with bars, restaurants, nail parlour and the most exciting thing of all – a rooftop pool. I have heard that becoming a member is pretty hard as it requires you to know 2 existing members who can refer you onto the waiting list but I was lucky enough to stay over recently when hosting a blogger sleepover with bareMinerals. The sleepover was… View Post

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A Beautiful New Bronzer and Illuminator from bareMinerals - Steph Style

A Beautiful New Bronzer and Illuminator from bareMinerals - Steph Style


Steph Style

I had to share these two new bareMinerals products with you as not only do they look beautiful but they work beautifully too! 1: bareMinerals Invisible Bronze Powder Bronzer I am in love with this bronzer! I have tried a fair few bronzers in my time and usually use them to add a subtle contour to the face but so often on my pale skin they can look a bit muddy or obvious. My favourite for a long time was… View Post

bareMineralsR Bareminerals Original Foundation Spf 15 - 02 Fair Ivory from NORDSTROM | ShopFitness

bareMineralsR Bareminerals Original Foundation Spf 15 - 02 Fair Ivory from NORDSTROM | ShopFitness


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What it is: Made of only pure, crushed minerals from the earth, bareMinerals SPF 15 foundation looks like a powder, feels like a cream and buffs on like silk, giving skin a natural luminosity, and feels as if you are not wearing any makeup at all. What it does: The loose-mineral foundation gives you all the flawless coverage you want with a naturally luminous finish and no-makeup look and feel that lasts up to eight hours. The creamy minerals diminish the appearance of imperfections without drying out skin. How to use:- Swirl a small amount of the foundation by swirling brush into the lid until all the foundation has been tucked into the bristles- Tap away excess. There should be no visible foundation on the outside of the brush- Buff the foundation into the skin in a circular motion, starting on the outside of your face near your cheekbone, swirling as you go. Buff around your face and then approach your forehead, cheeks, and nose. Color(s): 01 fair, 02 fair ivory, 03 fairly light, 06 neutral ivory, 07 golden ivory, 08 light, 09 light beige, 10 medium, 11 soft medium, 12 medium beige, 13 golden beige, 14 golden medium, 15 neutral medium, 16 golden nude, 17 tan nude, 18 medium tan, 19 tan, 21 neutral tan, 22 warm tan, 23 medium dark, 24 neutral dark, 25 golden dark, 28 golden deep, 29 neutral deep, 30 deepest deep, medium deep. Brand: BARE ESCENTUALS. Style Name: Bareminerals Original Foundation Spf 15. Style Number: 293622. Available in stores.

bareMinerals bareMinerals Prime Time BB Primer-Cream Daily Defense Broad Spectrum SPF 30 Fair 1.0 oz from Sephora | BHG.com Shop

bareMinerals bareMinerals Prime Time BB Primer-Cream Daily Defense Broad Spectrum SPF 30 Fair 1.0 oz from Sephora | BHG.com Shop


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A multitasking, complexion perfecting primer. Perfect, protect, and prime at the same time. This multitasking primer-cream corrects uneven skin tone and diminishes the appearance of discoloration. It provides broad spectrum SPF 30 protection and defense against environmental stressors. The silky, smoothing formula is moisturizing without creating excess oil and minimizes the appearance of pores, prepping skin immediately for flawless foundation application.

 Matte Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF 15 | Ulta Beauty

Matte Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF 15 | Ulta Beauty


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bareMinerals Matte Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF 15 is a mineral-based foundation that delivers all the flawless coverage you want with a natural matte finish.

Bare Escentuals bareMinerals Matte SPF 15 Foundation - Golden Fair Review | Makeupandbeauty.com

Bare Escentuals bareMinerals Matte SPF 15 Foundation - Golden Fair Review | Makeupandbeauty.com


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Bare Escentuals bareMinerals Matte SPF 15 Foundation – Golden Fair Review Today, I am going to review one of my favourite face products though I have discovered it quite recently. I was on a lookout for a mineral foundation after reading about their benefits for oily skin here at IMBB only. As luck would have …

bareMinerals Matte SPF15 Foundation - Various Shades

bareMinerals Matte SPF15 Foundation - Various Shades


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bareMineralsR Bareminerals Original Foundation Spf 15 - 02 Fair Ivory from NORDSTROM | more

bareMineralsR Bareminerals Original Foundation Spf 15 - 02 Fair Ivory from NORDSTROM | more


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What it is: Made of only pure, crushed minerals from the earth, bareMinerals SPF 15 foundation looks like a powder, feels like a cream and buffs on like silk, giving skin a natural luminosity, and feels as if you are not wearing any makeup at all. What it does: The loose-mineral foundation gives you all the flawless coverage you want with a naturally luminous finish and no-makeup look and feel that lasts up to eight hours. The creamy minerals diminish the appearance of imperfections without drying out skin. How to use:- Swirl a small amount of the foundation by swirling brush into the lid until all the foundation has been tucked into the bristles- Tap away excess. There should be no visible foundation on the outside of the brush- Buff the foundation into the skin in a circular motion, starting on the outside of your face near your cheekbone, swirling as you go. Buff around your face and then approach your forehead, cheeks, and nose. Color(s): 01 fair, 02 fair ivory, 03 fairly light, 06 neutral ivory, 07 golden ivory, 08 light, 09 light beige, 10 medium, 11 soft medium, 12 medium beige, 13 golden beige, 14 golden medium, 15 neutral medium, 16 golden nude, 17 tan nude, 18 medium tan, 19 tan, 21 neutral tan, 22 warm tan, 23 medium dark, 24 neutral dark, 25 golden dark, 28 golden deep, 29 neutral deep, 30 deepest deep, medium deep. Brand: BARE ESCENTUALS. Style Name: Bareminerals Original Foundation Spf 15. Style Number: 293622. Available in stores.

The Quintessential Summer Top

by nataliecomstock@gmail.com @ Natalie Dressed :: A Santa Cruz Life + Style Blog

  When I think of summer, this top fits in perfectly with my visions of bare feet, worn in denim, the smell of BBQ, swinging in a hammock, feeling the sun on my skin, eating watermelon and sipping rose. The gingham straps carry on the fun sleeve trend while the knit top and easy shape give it a timeless feel. Whether it’s a casual weekend at home, a day spent wine tasting, or attending one of

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bareMinerals Invisible Bronze

bareMinerals Invisible Bronze


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bareMinerals Invisible Bronze in Fair to Light ~ $40.00 AUD  Give me a product from Bare Minerals any day and I will probably love it! The new release, Invisible Bronze is definitely no exception. …

Newbie Makeup Guide for Redheads — How to be a Redhead

Newbie Makeup Guide for Redheads — How to be a Redhead


How to be a Redhead

By: Colleen Martin Oh, to have had a fairy godmother who could have given tried-and-true, redhead makeup advice back when I was first learning how to use it! Unfortunately though, no such “angel” ever materialized and my mom is an olive-skinned brunette. I was left to figure out what looked good with my coloring (and, more …

bareMinerals Matte Foundation - Fair 1.00 ct

bareMinerals Matte Foundation - Fair 1.00 ct


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bareMinerals Matte Foundation - Fair

Loose Powder MATTE Foundation  SPF 15 | Mineral Makeup | bareMinerals

Loose Powder MATTE Foundation SPF 15 | Mineral Makeup | bareMinerals


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Groundbreaking matte formula eliminates shine.

Bare Pro Liquid Foundation | Mineral Foundation | bareMinerals

Bare Pro Liquid Foundation | Mineral Foundation | bareMinerals


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bareMinerals Foundations Comparison & Review | Natalie Dressed :: A Santa Cruz Life + Style Blog

bareMinerals Foundations Comparison & Review | Natalie Dressed :: A Santa Cruz Life + Style Blog


Natalie Dressed :: A Santa Cruz Life + Style Blog

I’ve been wearing bareMinerals Original Foundation for years. As someone with rosacea and dry skin, finding the right foundation has not been easy. Since last year, I’ve added bareMineral’s bareSkin and Complexion Rescue to my makeup bag. I like them all and use them for different things so I thought it might be helpful to do a little comparison and review and show how I wear them all. From left: bareSkin Perfecting Face Brush | bareSkin Pure…

Levis : The Denim Worth Investing In

by Steph @ Steph Style

Does anyone else find that the jeans struggle is real?  I have written before (here) about my struggle to find good jeans on the high street. I find that they are either stiff and dig in or are soft, unflattering and unsupportive, and as someone who is annoyingly prone to bloating, both options are far from ideal. The same problem goes for denim skirts, which are so often mini skirts that barely cover the arse or tight-fitting waist-high skirts that only… View Post

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Fair Makeup - Naomi Krueger

Fair Makeup - Naomi Krueger


Naomi Krueger

Mirror, mirror on the wall. Who’s the fairest one of all? When you look in the mirror, do you think about the ethics of the makeup on your face? Last time I posted, I wrote about giving up makeup cold turkey because of the unethical mining of the sparkly stuff (mica) …

Sephora | Fair Oaks Mall

Sephora | Fair Oaks Mall


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bareMinerals Invisible Bronze: First Impression + Swatch & Review

bareMinerals Invisible Bronze: First Impression + Swatch & Review


Coco & Bobo

 Hi guys! :) Today I wanted to do a quick post about bareMinerals' new Invisible Bronze. This is a new product that oddly enough hasn't had much hype at all. I saw it online when I was going to order a refill on my OG blush and concealer.I was intrigued by this product because it is ba

BareMinerals Matte Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF15, Fair 0.21 oz - Walmart.com

BareMinerals Matte Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF15, Fair 0.21 oz - Walmart.com


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Free Shipping. Buy BareMinerals Matte Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF15, Fair 0.21 oz at Walmart.com

bareMinerals Invisible Bronze Powder Bronzer & A Little Sun All Over Face Color

bareMinerals Invisible Bronze Powder Bronzer & A Little Sun All Over Face Color


Mimsy's Blog

I decided to skip the Sephora sale this year and shopped bareMinerals instead. The main reason? I didn’t meet the VIB spending threshold last year, so I was knocked back down to regular Beaut…

bareMinerals barePRO Powder Foundation Review, Swatches Looks

bareMinerals barePRO Powder Foundation Review, Swatches Looks


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bareMinerals barePRO Powder Foundation Review, Swatches Looks - I share my thoughts on this new foundation in the shades Fair, Dawn and Champagne.

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