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  • I started breaking out, due to a very high level of oil in my complexion, and this is a problem that has carried on into adulthood, unfortunately
  • Though the breakouts aren't nearly as severe, they are still embarassingly obvious, and I'm always looking for a makeup that covers the problem areas as best as possible while looking as natural as possible as well
  • After many years using a medium-thickness liquid foundation, I thought I'd shake things up a bit and try something a little different
  • And, I have to say that I believe I was right, at least when considering my experience with this product
  • They do have different shades', but with how lightly this actually covers at all, I don't think there would be much of a difference between the bare or the deeper colors, because this didn't even do what the bare claims to do, and I don't think that bodes well for the rest of the product line


    • by Anasuya
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      Like most women, I’ve been wearing makeup since my early teens… ever since puberty struck and hormones went haywire, and my complexion was no longer flawlessly smooth. I started breaking out, due to a very high level of oil in my complexion, and this is a problem that has carried on into adulthood, unfortunately. Though the breakouts aren’t nearly as severe, they are still embarassingly obvious, and I’m always looking for a makeup that covers the problem areas as best as possible while looking as natural as possible as well. It’s important that my makeup doesn’t clump or gather in all the natural lines and wrinkles of the face, and my laugh lines are a particular area of concern, because that is the first place heavier makeup will gather. Unfortunately, the heavier makeup is what I’ve always had to use in the past, because the lighter stuff just doesn’t seem to provide the same level of coverage, so it’s been a double-edged sword for me all these years trying to find a

      /> good balance with my foundation.

      After many years using a medium-thickness liquid foundation, I thought I’d shake things up a bit and try something a little different. Now that I’m older, the breakouts aren’t nearly as severe, and I have my oil as under control as possible by using blotting sheets several times a day, and by controlling the oil, I’m also controlling the blemishes that arise as a result of the oil. So, one week out of the month (usually when my hormones are particulary out of whack- you ladies know what I’m referring to), I have a slight breakout that needs some added coverage. Otherwise, I’m really only looking for makeup that will even out my skin tone and keep the redness around my nose and chin to a minimum. I wanted to try a lighter makeup and opted for the Aero Minerale foundation in a spray mist.

      This product costs about $15, which isn’t too bad, and claims to be an over-the-counter and affordable version of the professional airbrush ...


      • makeup system used by movie stars and celebrities the world over. Heavy claim, but I wasn’t willing to pass judgement so quick. You shake the can, and if the makeup looks too watery or thick, you just keep shaking it until it comes out almost foamy. You have to hold the can ten inches from the face, and this is a bit awkward if you’re hoping to get an accurate spray. But they basically say to close your eyes and spray as if you are spritzing yourself with water, so it’s okay to get around the eyes. This led me to believe that it wouldn’t provide very thorough coverage, because it just didn’t seem like a mist THAT light could do much more than give you a nice glow.

        And, I have to say that I believe I was right, at least when considering my experience with this product. It didn’t cover anything at all. Perhaps if you’re problem was only a slight uneven skin tone, this would give you that nice

        all-over even look without too much hassle involving makeup application, but I have blemishes to contend with, and redness around the nose and chin, and this “professional style aresol makeup” didn’t even come close to touching those problems. And it really takes some practice and skill to get the application right, otherwise you end up with blothes of makeup that you have to go ahead and smooth out with a sponge anyway, so it seems to defeat the purpose of a mist. I think I’ll definitely stay with my normaly medium-weight liquid foundation and stop trying to find that perfect “light” concoction. With this company, it just doesn’t exist unless you’re willing to pay the “professional” prices.

        They do have different “shades’, but with how lightly this actually covers at all, I don’t think there would be much of a difference between the “bare” or the deeper colors, because this didn’t even do what the “bare” claims to do, and I don’t think that bodes well for the rest of the product line.




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