mineral make up

September 6, 2008 2:06am CST
i'm looking for mineral make up that has a good coverage and also won't clog pores.does anyone used any mineral make up?if yes how was your experience?share with us!
4 responses
@rosedust82 (2075)
• Philippines
8 Sep 08
Hi there. Yup. I use mineral make up and so far they're really good on the skin. You can try using everyday minerals or Mary Kay mineral powder foundation. There are also a lot of brands that have mineral make up as part of their line-up. Revlon also has. You can try that as well. It's lighter on the face than the regular make-up that's out in the market. You should try it.
8 Sep 08
thanx for sharing. Have a nice day.
@Linz1368 (13)
1 Nov 09
Hi there, yeh I've been using Bare Escentuals mineral make up since April this year when I had a make up trial for my wedding and loved it. What I really fell for was the radiant healthy glow it gave me, which at 41 I haven't had for many years! It doesn't clog my pores and gives good coverage (I have red veins that cover with a little effort). At the start it took me ages to apply what with different brushes for different products (foundation, concealer, blusher etc) but with practice over time I can now apply flawlessly in 10mins. It's expensive to start up with all the brushes and different products but they last well and I've found some reasonably priced sellers on e-bay. Try it....I wouldn't go back to any other make up!!
@ahm_raq (165)
• Philippines
19 Sep 08
I've tried mineral make-ups too, particularly Bare Escentuals. It's nice, but the only thing i don't like about it is that it takes a lot of time to apply it on, and u have to use different brushes which i hate bcoz it makes me itch.
@cafn8me (71)
• United States
13 Sep 08
I have been using mineral makeup for almost 3 years. So far, I have tried Everyday Minerals, Raw Minerals, and Bare Minerals. All three are great, and each one has its particular benefits. My skin is on the dry side, and I do have some discolorations on my face, but mineral makeups give the coverage I look for. I prefer them to liquid or creme foundations because there is never a line at my jawline or the cakey, heavy feeling that one gets with more traditional products. I would definitely recommend that you start with Everyday Minerals (go to their site to purchase), since you can get a free sample kit and pay only the ship charges. This way, you can try the different formulas and colors that are available without committing a lot of money to do so. Good luck!