Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Estee Lauder Nutritious Vita-Mineral Loose Powder Makeup SPF 15

Minerals to help protect and fortify the skin to build up its natural defenses
Vitamins A, C and E to help improve skin's overall condition and maintain its healthy radiance
Pomegranate extract-known as a super-potent antioxidant-to help protect against daily free-radical assaults
Erases signs of fatigue. Enhances the beauty of your skin with a natural, vibrant finish. Oil-free. Controls and absorbs oil, without drying skin. Is gentle enough for sensitive skin.
Nutritious Powder Makeup comes with a specially designed brush that fits inside the package for ultra convenience. The contour-smoothing brush works with every angle of your face. Apply with light, even, downward strokes and custom-build your coverage where needed.
For best results:
Apply moisturizer and let dry completely.
Remove brush and sifter cover. Tap a small amount of powder into cap. Dip brush into powder and tap off any excess.
Lightly sweep brush over your face in a downward motion.



AtelierGal said...

This sounds like Vitamin Powder. I'm using ZA, for oil-control at the same time :)

lyinglow said...

hi andy, i am just wondering that the products shown in your blog, are products you recommend the females to use, or they are shown for consideration purposes only? Eg, if we wanna get some products along the same line...

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi lyinglow

Those products that I've posted on my beauty blog are products that I personally think they "maybe" interesting to someone? or some I may/may not have tested! Is just to share informations, I'm not promoting any brands or anythings.

AtelierGal said...

Hi Andy!

I was watching Bryan Wong's variety show which features celebrity moms.

Loreal was the sponsor. This makeup artiste actually applied liquid foundation on the model's lips!

May I know what's the purpose? o.O


andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi AtelierGal

I didn't watch that program, so I've no idea???
Some time we do cover the lips with foundation or concealer as beacuse the natural lips tone is too dark, or if we want to acheive those nude lips look,we'll do it as well! But mostly only for show or photo shoot!

Priscilla said...

Hi Andy

With regards to mineral powder or makeup, what's your opinion on Minerals makeup. I stumbled upon Monave minerals recently and been using it and it's good... Can you give any feedback on this? Do you have any tips on how to makeup a girl with single eyelids (quite thick lids too)? I've drawn quite a thick liner but don't seems to be able to see it. Do you think it's necessary for the eyeliner to be seen? Thanks.

Jasmine said...

Hi Andy, I've just bought the Estee Lauder Nutritious Vita-Mineral Loose Powder 3 days ago. Promoter recommended colour "Intensity 1.0" since my skin is on the fair side. Moreover she claimed that the powder will oxidize, causing the skin to look a bit darker after a few hours. Having bad experiences with face turning more "yellow" after a few hours' of applying makeup, I took her advice and bought the lightest shade. I've used it twice and to my horror, it's too white for my face! The powder didn't oxidize at all! It stayed white the whole day so I looked like a ghost. What should I do now? If I stop using it, I will end up wasting money. Please advise. Thanks!

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi Jasmine

To be frank some time some beauty sales people may make some mistake... Maybe you should bring back the powder to ask the same counter girl, hopefully they can change it for you. If fact if's her mistake than she should do so, or else she'll loose a good customer.

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi Prisilla

I've not tried Monave mineral so can't comment.
About single eyelid makeup - You can find them in my older post.

Priscilla said...

Thanks Andy for sending me the link for the single eyelid make...

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