I dunno where my mentality stems from but I really hate dishing out a ton of cash for a tinted moisturizer.
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My logic is that you should pay a ton of money for a good foundation right? You wanna look flawless, you want something long wearing, etc…but really a tinted moisturizer is half the product of a foundation right? So why should I pay more?
That’s why I think you NEED Physicians Formula Healthy Wear SPF 50 Tinted Moisturizer.
So, I totally have a thing for mega size kabuki brushes even though I don’t technically embrace the world of bronzer. I mean when you think of a massive kabuki you likely associate it with bronzing powder right?
Yea well, the Muse’s mentality differs on occasion.
I recently purchased the Physicians Formula Bamboo Wear Brush because I was all about, “OMG what a fabulously big old brush to dust on powder for Summer!” and than I was like, “ZOMG how fab for blush?” Don’t worry the second though was quickly erased from my head considering how heavy handed I am with blush already…seriously? Big old kabuki+heavy hand=OOOOOO no she didn’t use that much blush!
I wanted the Physcians Formula Bamboo Wear Bambuki Brush ANYWAY! So I purchased it for a mere $4 bucks.
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Tis about that time kids! Summer is coming, very slowly, but it is coming. As Summer approaches I tend to haul out lighter coverage and look out for anything that will make me look flawless but isn’t incredibly heavy. Of course tinted moisturizers are a great way to even out your skin tone, make you look flawless, plus most include some sort of SPF for sun protection.
They aren’t always cheap! Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturizer is a shocking $42. I’ve always found it a little crazy that tinted moisturizer costs so much and in some cases more than run of the mill foundation.
Anyway, here’s some affordable, cheaper tinted moisturizers to keep your beauty budget in shape this season so at least you’ll have some left over cash for a bikini after purchasing your TM.
Dudes, I somehow got fraked up at CVS and paid $11.99 for the new Physicians Formula Mineral Wear Mineral Correcting Concealer and it’s listed as $8.95 on their site. Not cool CVS, not cool at all.
Totally in a bad mood about that but I’ll survive as it was worth the extra moolah because I likey ALOT!
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Around the time I was turning 30, oh shut it, I so did not admit to being over 30….
A-hem….around this time I was a firm believer in NO powder under the eyes. I swear when I hit 30 it was scary good times under my eyes, so dry, Sahara Desert dry, possibility of no water on Mars dry, someone did not fill up the Pur Water Pitcher dry…..you get the point right?
So yes no powder was allowed anywhere near my eyes around this time, it was bad. Anytime I attempted getting powder near the area or tried setting my concealer with it, I’d end up aging myself 20 years or more. All that dryness really made for a terrible time.
The good news is I discovered how to treat my aging eyes correctly and suddenly I’m a firm believer in powders especially brightening powders for under my eye area.
That’s why I got excited when I recently came across the new Physicians Formula Mineral Wear Perfecting Mineral Concentrate.
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