Clinique Makeup Review

Today I like to share some product reviews that I have been loving. Earlier this year I decided to try a new Clinique face product. First let me share with you the products I was previously using. They are also from Clinique one is the Stay- Matte Sheer Pressed Powder Oil Free in the shade 03 Stay Beige. This is a great face powder that I have been using off and on for almost a year. It is claims to be an oil free product. In my experience the powder  goes on matte, but throughout the day my face starts to look shiny. I produce more oil in the T zone area of my face.  If your skin produces excess oil there is a likelihood that you will need to touch up throughout the day as well. Overall I like this product, and I suggest you use a face primer for your skin type under the makeup.

In the spring of 2015 I decided to switch from a press powder to the Even Better Compact Makeup Broad Spectrum SPF 15 in the shade 11 Honey. This is a combination of foundation and powder in one. It is lightweight full to medium coverage it can definitely be built up good for oily to combination skin. As you can see I am almost done with this product and I am going to repurchase. I do want to add that on top of this product I use the matte pressed powder to help lock the oil. This is not my everyday wear makeup. I typically use the pressed powder more frequent than not.

Lastly, another Clinique product  I use is the Perfectly Real Compact Makeup in the shade 126. This more of a translucent powder used to help touch up oily areas of the face. I typically use the powder on days when I’m running errands and I just want to be shine free. Overall, I like using Clinique makeup it does not make my skin break out, which is huge plus for me. I hope this review was helpful for you. Comment below on your favorite brand of makeup. Till next time! I will be back soon with another review.

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Clinique Pressed Powder

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Clinique Compact

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Clinique Translucent Powder. Tip allow for primer to set.

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