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Poll :: Do you believe that commercial makeup can be good for you.

Yes, makeup can be healthy if made with the right ingredients
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Nah. Nothing beats letting skin breathe and do it's own thing
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badhairdaytoo
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Mon May 04, 2015 5:22 am      Reply with quote
100% pure makeup claims to use fruit pigments and extracts to make its makeup. Do you believe it really possible to have make up that is good for you? As in... you wear the makeup to make your skin better, like putting on a face mask.

Also, how is it even possible for them to have such lovely natural ingredients and not need preservatives. Do you think they could be hiding any ingredients?

I'm fascinated by this brand as previous to this I had given up makeup altogether due to my pregnancy/breastfeeding.

I'm rubbish at poll making so ... yeah.. forgive the rather limited range of option.
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Mon May 04, 2015 1:44 pm      Reply with quote
I cannot speak from experience with that particular brand, never heard of them, but there are some brands that claim to have beficial stuff in their make-up and yes, I think some of them actually work. I've tried pretty much everything that drugstores and department stores offer and in most cases, as far as skin benefits, there is little difference between say Rimmel and Lancome foundation or whatever. The more expensive stuff sometimes even performs like the cheaper ones, BUT as far as I'm concerned the greatest make-up and all my holy grails are high-end and claim skin benfits and yes, they deliver in all counts. I must also say that natural make-up is horrible on me, all those mineral brands just make me look horrid and ruin my skin, Vapor, Hauschka, Jane Iredale, bare escensuals, Tarte etc. Dunno why.

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