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1 Luminess make up on Mon May 17, 2010 1:48 pm

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I do not if any of you have tried this yet but it is awesome. I really don't wear makeup except for bare minerals but this stuff really does work. Make up artist use air brush to give stars that flawless look. I was worried about using it becasue I did not want to get any in my eyes or have uneven application but it really wasn't that hard. You just look in the mirror and add a few tiny drops to the brush, and I mean like one or two drops max, then start spraying. It is really great at evening out the skin, especailly if you are just now using a skinlightener or exfoliating soap and are peeling really bad.
I use F7 or F6 and hopefully I can get up to F4 after I have ;ightend for awhile. It cost about 30 but it lasts me for months at a time so it really is not that expensive, unless you wear a lot of make up at a time. The downside is the brush itself is like a hundred but fortunatly for me a cousin of mine is a make up and hair stylist so she gave me one of her older ones lol. I have to laugh at hte cord being twenty but sold speratly, that's how they get you

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2 Re: Luminess make up on Mon May 17, 2010 11:59 pm

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I am familiar with the brand luminess and have wathed their infomercials, the results they give appear to be very natural looking and light but I haven't yet tried them yet. I very rarely wear makeup, but when I do I like searching for something that'll give a light and clean feel. Bare minerals I have tested at the mall which is really nice too. That's great that you know a makeup artist, I wonder if purchasing directly from the manufacturer if it would be cheaper or not.


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3 Re: Luminess make up on Tue May 18, 2010 2:29 am

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Hmm well they probably sell more in bulk then individual orders.

Yeah I saw the informercials too lol; eating cookie dough causes you to buy imposivly, thank goodness it was a nice product lol. It really is light like bare minerals and it doesn't stain my clothes when applying. Since I rarely wear make up I am very messy lol but this product has helped

4 Re: Luminess make up on Thu Aug 26, 2010 9:30 pm

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planning to try this

5 Re: Luminess make up on Thu Aug 26, 2010 11:08 pm

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Good then when you do we cancompare notes^^

6 Re: Luminess make up on Tue Jun 30, 2015 1:06 am

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Luminess Air is an extremely exciting and innovative product. First of all, airbrushing is the highest level standard of doing makeup in the production industry.

A few years ago, TV started to switch over to High-Definition. Conventional mineral and liquid makeups looked fine on standard definition; however, looked very bad on HDTV, every stroke of minerals would show, the powdery-ness of minerals would show. Airbrushing makeup on the other hand lands on the skin flawlessly.

Makeup is delivered in micro pixels. First, you look as if you are not wearing any makeup. You truly look as if you are just born with brilliant, natural skin. Secondly, airbrushing delivers the most precise color match as airbrush works in-conjunction with your skin. Third, the makeup does not wear off like minerals. Luminess Air makeup is extremely long lasting, in many cases 18+ hours.

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