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A Note From RAESIN IMAGES Cosmetics - Colour ID Minerals Founder about shiny skin and
Switzer, RAESIN IMAGES Cosmetics and Colour ID MInerals founder and one of our
liscensed makeup artists, cosmetic/bio chemists, and formulators
says "I don't prefer shine on the models and women I work with,
especially for photo shoots, like brides.
Nor do I
want shine or glow on my own face, unless I put it there intentionally.
Heck I'm 40 something and at this age most women suddenly become
either very dry or oil slicks, and have larger pores due to age and
skin damage anyway, who wants to accentuate that?
shine in Minerals makeup is from Bismuth Oxychloride, Biron, and or
Mica and it is in almost all mineral
foundation brands. It may be ok for those that like a slight
glitter look to their dry skin (we carry our Illuminization Colour
Foundation product), but the majority of woman I know and talk to on
a daily basis, do not want their pores to look large, have makeup or
skin care products settle in them to cause shiny greasy looking
skin. Greasy skin right there up front, not great in a job
interview, or in photos that's for sure.
require matte foundation, and glow mineral or other makeup cosmetic
products were we put it. That's not because we're vain, it's
because the industry has made us "think" no one has shine or any
type of pores. Heck, babies have pores, it's how our skin
breathes. Look at men, then have pores, does anyone knock them
for looking human? No, but that's another aging story." :)
*As with any cosmetic product this is a temporary
reduction, not permanent.