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Postby Rie_Obata » Wed, 14 Jun 2006 1:56 am

Hmmm... I am only a Junior Aesthetician in this big salon as I just passed by beauty exam .....

But since started working ... I notice many of their aestheticians have very bright and even skin ... I felt so pressurized to improve my skin that I tried Microdermabrasion recommended by my facialist ... so far very good .. pores size reduced alot, skin is smooth and soft ....

In case anyone interested to do Microdermabrasion, just make the sure the facialist is experience so that they do not damage you skin ...

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Re: Foundation to cover pores

Postby nzy » Sat, 08 Jul 2006 7:24 pm

kokosharyln wrote:basically, the color molecues in the cosmetics are larger than the skin pores thus it will not clog the pores. however, after the cosmetics oxides, the molecues may be broken down when we wipe our face with tissue to clean off the shine, oil or sebum.. the rubbing effect causes the molecues to trap onto the pores. Thus use blotter n lightly tap on surface sebum.. don rub..
Many brands of foundation can cover pores but it also depend on your skin actually.. I recommend that you treat your open pores.. I'm sure u wish to look good even when without make-up.. they are lots of pore-refining products in the market [i hav a range from France too].. it does not mean that you squeeze out the dirt on the pores or scrub everyday will help.. it will make the pore remain as is it.. use toner to close the pore after cleansing, if oily skin, scrub 2x weekly n put purifying mask.. you will notice when after sometime, the pores will look smaller.. it take time to heal the skin.

May i know wats blotter? :-| does Za 2way foundation clog pores??

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