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IceAlisa
07-14-2011, 06:28 PM
I am looking for a make up/skin care travel bag. I bring lots of things with me including sample sizes of my own shampoo & conditioner, body lotion, etc. so it would have to be fairly capacious. Looked at the ones in Sephora yesterday and thought they were both ugly and poorly organized. :( Any suggestions?

vesperholly
07-14-2011, 06:49 PM
Try Target. They have tons of bags, both big and small. I have the Sonia Kashuk "soft cosmetic case" for my purse and it holds SO much stuff while being very compact. The double zip foldover ones are great too, because they open flat and there's plastic so you can see what's in the pockets.

http://www.target.com/Sonia-Kashuk-Bags-Designers-Shopping/b/726921011/ref=sc_fe_l_2_1084124_8?node=726921011

PrincessLeppard
07-14-2011, 06:49 PM
does anyone have the benefit posey tint? I bought it and use it as a cheek stain, but it comes out quite blotchy. any advice? i just put it straight on my skin - no foundation, no primer or anything.

I am naturally blotchy ;), so I always use primer and foundation, and it looks quite cute. Is it meant to be used on bare skin?

IceAlisa
07-14-2011, 10:35 PM
Try Target. They have tons of bags, both big and small. I have the Sonia Kashuk "soft cosmetic case" for my purse and it holds SO much stuff while being very compact. The double zip foldover ones are great too, because they open flat and there's plastic so you can see what's in the pockets.

http://www.target.com/Sonia-Kashuk-Bags-Designers-Shopping/b/726921011/ref=sc_fe_l_2_1084124_8?node=726921011

Wow, those are cute! I think we will have a winner shortly. :)

Andora
07-17-2011, 05:03 AM
I never thought a medical problem would spur a post in this thread. :P

I went to see my doctor about tension headaches and finding an actual solution and avoid taking too much in the way of pain meds. We talked about physio and massage therapy, and he also suggested botox. I'm fairly aware of medical uses for botox-- some thanks to IceAlisa herself:P, so it wasn't a huge surprise. His frankness in how I was lucky, because it would help the developing lines on my forehead, however. :lol:

Here I am researching skincare help to get ready for my wedding, and I may have medical benefits-paid-for botox. Before 30. The things I never thought I'd consider...

fan
07-17-2011, 05:12 AM
I am naturally blotchy ;), so I always use primer and foundation, and it looks quite cute. Is it meant to be used on bare skin?

It doesn't say anything to the contrary. I generally have good skin, so I try to avoid putting anything on my face unneccessarily

my little pony
07-17-2011, 05:16 AM
does anyone have the benefit posey tint? I bought it and use it as a cheek stain, but it comes out quite blotchy. any advice? i just put it straight on my skin - no foundation, no primer or anything.

do you use moisturizer? you could put it on after that. it needs to be blended quickly. using it on top of the moisturizer would help.

IceAlisa
07-17-2011, 05:29 AM
I never thought a medical problem would spur a post in this thread. :P

I went to see my doctor about tension headaches and finding an actual solution and avoid taking too much in the way of pain meds. We talked about physio and massage therapy, and he also suggested botox. I'm fairly aware of medical uses for botox-- some thanks to IceAlisa herself:P, so it wasn't a huge surprise. His frankness in how I was lucky, because it would help the developing lines on my forehead. :lol:

Here I am researching skincare help to get ready for my wedding, and I may have medical benefits-paid-for botox. Before 30. The things I never thought I'd consider...
Go Andora!

Cyn
07-17-2011, 06:00 AM
I never thought a medical problem would spur a post in this thread. :P

I went to see my doctor about tension headaches and finding an actual solution and avoid taking too much in the way of pain meds. We talked about physio and massage therapy, and he also suggested botox. I'm fairly aware of medical uses for botox-- some thanks to IceAlisa herself:P, so it wasn't a huge surprise. His frankness in how I was lucky, because it would help the developing lines on my forehead. :lol:

Here I am researching skincare help to get ready for my wedding, and I may have medical benefits-paid-for botox. Before 30. The things I never thought I'd consider...

:cheer2: :glamor: :cheer2: How awesome!

I'm sure your Doc knows this, but make sure it's done with the proper amount of lead-time before the wedding, as well as using as little botox as possible to avoid any risk of the perma-freeze look :scream:. You're so young and so attractive I would be :fragile: :wuzrobbed if anything happened that might could potentially detract from your beautiful face :) .

mila19
07-17-2011, 07:33 PM
A question to the US :glamor::
What sites so you use to purchase online cosmetics? Any tip?

myhoneyhoney
07-17-2011, 07:42 PM
I like sephora.com and ulta.com for a huge variety. There's always maccosmetics.com is you're into mac

IceAlisa
07-17-2011, 07:51 PM
Sephora. I've recently discovered Ulta that has terrific deals, at times much better than Sephora in terms of savings.


ETA: Stopped by Target yesterday and picked up Essie Master Plan. (http://d1535dk28ea235.cloudfront.net/preset_64/149_4.jpg) I've been wanting a gray for the fall (or the cold, foggy San Francisco summer) and thought this would be on the right side of edgy for my work. Right now I am wearing Essie It's In The Bag (http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_i7DLFM_mZmU/S7e-3nCPFXI/AAAAAAAAAVw/STFT77hGRlg/s1600/IMG00630.JPG).

mila19
07-18-2011, 06:14 PM
Thanks ladies :) I like the Master Plan btw

vesperholly
07-19-2011, 03:42 AM
I just got Hard Candy Glamouflage, a "heavy duty" concealer, as my face has developed a small mountain range on my right jawline :( it's pretty awesome! It comes with a concealer pencil and a tube of concealer, which has a cream consistency and is very pigmented.

IceAlisa
07-19-2011, 03:50 AM
Thanks ladies :) I like the Master Plan btw

Thank you. It's funky but not too funky for work. :)