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bareMinerals bareMinerals All-Over Face Color

bareMinerals All-Over Face Colors provide a natural luminosity that is similar to the dewiness of a child's skin. Sweep these illuminating minerals on your cheeks, forehead, and chin for an instant goddess glow.What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates- Synthetic Fragrances- Synthetic Dyes- Petrochemicals- Phthalates
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What is the best way to use this the all over face color?
I know it says you can use it in tons of ways--but, I wanted to hear what others think is the "best" way? Under my be foundation? over it? I just bought the clear radiance and am not 100% sure about it--first, it's very pink looking in the jar, not clear-- and I'm not sure when to apply.
asked 6 years, 3 months ago
ldiva
(Mobile, AL)
on bareMinerals All-Over Face Color
14 answers
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answer 1
I am fair complected with blonde hair. I do have 2-3 brown spots on my left cheek that you can see fairly well without any makeup. But if I put prime time primer on my face first then creamy concealer in fair on those spots & then use the clear radiance powder all over it is all I need most days. I am 56 years old & thought the powder would go into my lines that I do have on my face & make them show up more. But it doesn't seem to at all. And the clear radiance color is not too pink on me at all & I am pretty fair. Than I usually use a little blush over it on my cheeks & it stays on very well. I really love it! I just wish the size of the container was a little bigger for the money.
answered 8 months ago
Jacesnana
(Hartville, MO)
answer 2
I have never owned Clear Radiance, but for the many other 'All-Over Face colors' that I have, I only apply after my foundation. It seems to show up best when used this way, and creates anything from a natural, 'glow-from-within' appearance, to a dewy, simple complexion booster. I like to achieve an actual 'radiance' to the face, a very light accentuation to my tone so as not to be so noticeable. I usually apply gently (with a VERY light hand and very little on the brush) along the temples and both sides of my hair line, across my cheeks but never over my nose or below near my jaw. This seems to create a natural sheen that gives off a healthy appearance. For a more prominent, yet more subtle, illuminating glow, try just dusting (again lightly) first across the apples of the cheek where it should be most concentrated. Then, without adding anymore to the brush, steadly sweep upwards towards the cheek bones to define and highlight! Good luck :)
answered 5 years, 11 months ago
MissVanity20
(Milwaukee, WI)
answer 3
I use it over my regular makeup and under my blush. I find it give your complexion a dewy, natural look.
answered 6 years, 2 months ago
janley
(Meriden, CT)
answer 4
I apply it after my foundation. It is a pinkish color, but it is very soft. I apply it to the brigde of my nose and cheecks.
answered 6 years, 2 months ago
jelly12
(Bidwell, Ohio)
answer 5
You can also use to add some shimmer on your shoulders, down the center of your leg and arms. This makes a great multitasker.
answered 6 years, 3 months ago
nomedigas
(Dallas, Tx)
answer 6
It really just depends on what All-Over Face Color you buy. In my opinion clear radiance doesn't do a whole lot, its a lot of simmer and very little color payoff. It's great as a highlight on your cheekbones or under your brow bone. My favorite is warmth. Great contour color, bronzer and I even love using it to warm up my summer lipsticks for fall!

You can use it for:
Lips mixing with a clear gloss
Cheeks
Highlighter
Eyeshadow if applied wet
Mixed in with liquid foundation or mosturizer for you face
Contour
answered 6 years, 3 months ago
lisssa71
(Denver, Co)
answer 7
I use Clear Radiance under my foundation. I brush it on my eye lids, above my brows ands across my cheeckbones. I also lightly dust it under my eyes, if I have bad circles)
answered 6 years, 3 months ago
dsnylndmom
(Bakersfield, ca)
answer 8
Don't worry about the pinky look Clear Radiance has in the jar. It really does go on "clear" as indicated and leaves a soft glow behind on your skin that will minimize pores and imperfections. It will make you look luminous without looking glittery or shiny. I have Clear Radiance and I buff it on my cheeks, temples, bridge of my nose, and forehead before applying my bareMinerals foundation. On the weekends I often apply Clear Radiance and follow with just Mineral Veil.
answered 6 years, 3 months ago
mimi01
(San Diego, CA)
answer 9
I love this product, and when I first bought it, I thought it looked very dark in the jar and was a little put off. But, when I use it, it makes my skin look great. I use it over my foundation. I mainly use it on my cheeks, but I also lightly brush it on my forehead, chin, and over my nose. Just make sure to not use too much, a tiny, little bit goes a long way!
answered 6 years, 3 months ago
abbygail
(Akron, OH)
answer 10
For me personally, I use the Clear Radiance(or any other All-Over-Face-Color of choice) after I have applied my foundation and then I do my eyeshadows and and blusher afterwards. And, when I do I only use it in tiny amounts. As, its effects are supposed to be sublte and not real obvious.
answered 6 years, 3 months ago
Prettychic
(Reserve, Louisiana)
answer 11
I like to use the face colors over my foundation. I blend them upwards over the apples of my cheeks. The lighter shades I use on the sides of my nose & chin, also on the edges of my forehead, & along the jawline.
answered 6 years, 3 months ago
matahari
answer 12
I use it over BE foundation as blush. That shade might be too light to use as blush - it's pretty light and sheer - but you may want to try mixing it with your foundation for that shimmer/glow effect.
answered 6 years, 3 months ago
blueinthisworld
(Chicago, IL)
answer 13
First off, I wouldnt recommend using ALL over the face, I put the radiances on the apples of my cheeks and blend out to my hair line and to sculpt your forehead and make it look like an instant face lift, apply a small amount to the top of your forehead at the hairline. Go lightly!!
answered 6 years, 3 months ago
Schweebles
(Lehigh Acres, FL)
answer 14
From personal experience I have found that it works best using a fan brush and applying it over your foundation. Basically what these all-over face colors do is putting the finishing touch on your look. I tap some of the powder into the lid and sweep the fan brush across the powder to pick up the right amount of color. Check your brush before applying, if it appears to be a lot, gently tap the excess into the lid. Another thing to keep in mind is, you can always start light and build upon it if you feel you need more color. You want to apply them on the high points of your face; across your cheeks, forehead, nose, and chin. Also, the colors are very deceptive ... do not be afraid of the color you see in the jar. Hope this helps!
answered 6 years, 3 months ago
Rozze7
(Albuquerque, NM)
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Looking for blush/all over face color for summer
I am using Faux tan now and I think it is a little too dark or harsh for my skin color. I use Med face color and I am an "older" blonde. I want a sun kissed look for summer but not too orange. Any suggestions? I have used bareMinerals for 6 years. LOVE IT!
asked 5 years, 5 months ago
Darinda
(Kingwood WV)
on bareMinerals All-Over Face Color
12 answers
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answer 1
I’m very fair, when I use warmth I mix it with a little mineral veil. I then brush it all over like a bronzer. I then use pure radiance (a light peachy color) and lightly brush that only on the top of my cheek bones. You can use pure radiance alone in the beginning of summer; it’ll wake up your face.
answered 4 years ago
postitmom
(milwaukee)
answer 2
try bare radiance -- no, really!
answered 5 years, 5 months ago
SausalitoSandra
(Sausalito, CA)
answer 3
For me, the faux tan works great, but I really only need a tiny bit. If I use too much it doesn't look good. But you might want to try it in "warmth" - that is the shade I used to use.
answered 5 years, 5 months ago
mamajc
(Enfield, CT)
answer 4
TRY A LITTLE KISS OF SUN...WORKS GREAT.
answered 5 years, 5 months ago
sensualbe
(TOLEDO OHIO)
answer 5
Try the all-over-face Rose Radiance. It is very sheer and doesn't shimmer very much.
answered 5 years, 5 months ago
tpx400
(Darnestown, MD)
answer 6
I just saw a color that I want to try called something like "a little bit of sun"-- lighter than faux tan not as warm as warmth. I like to mix the faux tan too with the pure radience which is really a great sheer look.
answered 5 years, 5 months ago
PharmRep
(Little Rock, AR)
answer 7
I swirl a little warmth in the cover/lid and then sprinkle all the make up back in the compact. I then use my kabuki brush and apply from the forehead down. Then I use my blusher and finally the mineral veil. Nice natural tan color with softness.
answered 5 years, 5 months ago
grandmatea
(Pahrump, NV)
answer 8
try the rose...you'll LOVE it!
answered 5 years, 5 months ago
drlori
(Baltimore, MD)
answer 9
I just found a solution to that problem last week when my order arrived. I purchased Soft Focus Warmth for use as a blusher and found it is an excellent substitute for Warmth because it's just a little lighter. It sure makes a difference! I normally wear Fairly Light foundation in the winter, but have tanned to a Medium Beige. I use the Soft Focus Warmth for a healthy glow and find it's a real natural color without appearing orange. I also changed to Tinted Mineral Veil. It can be worn by itself or over Medium Beige foundation for a nice, tanned appearance and smooth, even complexion. My new look makes me look younger than my recent 52nd birthday says I am!
answered 5 years, 5 months ago
midlifemakeover
(Palmer, Alaska)
answer 10
Try All-Over Face Color in A Little Sun.
answered 5 years, 5 months ago
tsalaki
(Sylva, NC)
answer 11
I have also had trouble finding a color that doesn't look orange. I found that Medium Beige which has a golden undertone looks 'sun kissed' and looks very natural. Hopes this works for you.
answered 5 years, 5 months ago
carrie927
(VA Beach, VA)
answer 12
Just apply warmth a little stronger (a little bit more on the brush than you would normally do) until you find the right color for you. I do not like the color that Faux Tan gives me either (and I have medium skin tone) I naturally tan dark, but because I always where my BE on my face my face does not get as dark as the rest of me, Faux Tan does not look natural on me (however makes a great eyeshadow or wet liner) but using warmth stronger than i would normally gives me that sun kissed glow and looks so natural!
answered 5 years, 5 months ago
moranhe
(Cleveland, OH)
Question
which all over face color has sparkle in it?
I want a sun-kissed look, natural, with a little bit of pinkish tone, and some sparkle. I have blonde hair & green eyes. Can anyone help, I don't know which color to pick? Thanks!!
asked 6 years, 3 months ago
laico
(knoxville, tn)
on bareMinerals All-Over Face Color
4 answers
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answer 1
Rose Radiance has sparkle in it but in a good way bcuz its not overpowering.
answered 6 years, 2 months ago
chrissie98
(Bronx, NY)
answer 2
I chose rose radiance, and it works well for a sun-kissed look on fair skin - especially if you're going for not too much color. You can use it for a little bit of glimmer and glow. The color is definitely not too bright, and not orange on light skin.
answered 6 years, 2 months ago
ornjpink
(Iowa)
answer 3
the pure radiance does. I also use True which has some sparkle.
answered 6 years, 2 months ago
erniegirl
(Rochester, NY)
answer 4
Pure radiance is what I have....Sounds like what you described. I have green eyes and light skin. It has little golden sparkles and a pinky peachy tint. I love it.
answered 6 years, 2 months ago
tamara3
(Upstate NY)
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bareMinerals All-Over Face Color
I don't know how to apply any of this stuff? A sponge? A brush? A fluffy pad?? Also, I'm not sure how to pick a color. After choosing my skin tone (fair) I thought THAT was my all over face color so what is this? (see pic).
asked 6 years, 2 months ago
Borghese
(Albany, NY)
on bareMinerals All-Over Face Color
4 answers
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answer 1
You can apply it all over your face with a big fluffy brush. I would stay away from Faux Tan and Warmth because those are too dark and orange for fair skin. I would go with Clear radiance, it is a sheer transluscent glow and you can't go wrong.
answered 5 years, 5 months ago
kota
(San Antonio, TX)
answer 2
I've also found the 'Angled Face Brush' to be especially effective in applying these specific colors. It may take a day or two at most to get used to, but I feel it's a great brush for beginners being introduced to the All-Over Face colors. The angle of the brush allows you to apply a precise sweep just about anywhere, and the bristles flow nicely against the contours of the cheeks, forehead and temples, eye area and even the jawline. If you're looking to conserve money as the brushes can be expensive, this is a great one to invest in as it is great for blush as well.
answered 5 years, 11 months ago
MissVanity20
(Milwaukee, WI)
answer 3
First of all if you are new to BE colors, I know how it can be confusing wondering what you should "use" to apply this or that! Did you buy the "beginners" kit? It comes with a great little DVD that tells you all you need to know and more about application! With that said, even if you did not buy the kit; I too have a fair complexion. In the language of most other cosmetic companies, that usually mean "ivory', and "good luck to you" if it didn't match your skin very well, well you were stuck with bottles upon bottles in a drawer somewhere in your powder room. With BE, If you buy the "light" kit , it does come with "2" slightly different shades that do match most people(either one or the other or with mixing the two together).So, But, unfortunately, I found that the "light" color kit was "too" dark for me. I now buy a color called "Fairly Light" off the shelf by itself. It's a perfect match for me because it is both light in color ,and it' has a neutral base with no 'pink' overtones mixed in. If you "do" have pink undertones to your skin and you are very fair then try "Fair." Application is important and you 'must' have a brush or two or three!(LOL) Again I talk about the beginners kit because it gives you a nice variety of brushes to get you started at such a great price. I use the Handi-Buki brush that came in the kit to apply my mineral foundation. A few sprinkles mixed around in the lid to cover the outer layer of bristles (of the handi-buki )and that is all you need. I apply going down my nose first (taking stock of redness and discolorations there as I go)and outward from there to your cheeks, chin,forehead,etc. All of this takes a very short time! Now,If you have any blemishes,birthmarks,redness,etc to cover up ;you can take the "maximum coverage concealer brush"(also in the beginners kit) to those areas "before" you do your all over mineral foundation. Just dip it into your mineral foundation and dot over areas you wish to cover,feather out and blend in. Yes it will cover wonderfully and it will stay put all day. So to answer your question in regards to application? Yes,Yes! You need the wonderful brush(es) that come either with the kit or you can buy them one at a time if you like. There are many different brushes to choose from as you begin to enjoy using the BE products and trying different techniques that suit you personally! Don't forget to top everything off with that Minderal Veil! Just a sheer sweep of Mineral Veil across your nose, forehead,and cheeks and you will have that wonderful "lit from within" or "candle-lit" glow that we are all so familiar with!! To me, Mineral Veil is a must! It just makes your skin seem flawless and seemless! It doesn't look like a mask and it is feathery light!Use a nice fluffy "Kabuki" brush and invest in a tiny travel size one too if you travel. Once you get the knack of the application down, you will be amazed at how fast you are out of that door in the morning! The time saved is amazing! You will never go back to liquid formulas again! Good luck to you and remember to have fun as you learn!
answered 6 years, 2 months ago
Starzzfell
(Dripping Springs,TX)
answer 4
There is actually a special brush that BareMinerals makes for this "All-Over Face Color." If you look at the BareMinerals page (you can use the drop down box to go to the brand) there will be a "Tools" section. In there will be a brush that has super light., long straight bristles. The tips are white I believe too, that might help. This brush allows a light dusting to the cheeks, forehead, chin... ect. This product is used to give your face color wherever you might need it. So like a blush or bronzer.
answered 6 years, 2 months ago
erzabet
(San Jose, CA)
Question
Does the All-Over Face Color come in a bigger container?
Hello!

Just wondering if they All-Over Face Color(Faux Tan) comes in a bigger container. In the past I have purchased this item and it came in the 1 oz. but this time it came in the 0.07 oz. sized container. I definitely want the bigger one...but can't find it! I LOVE this stuff...I need more of it! Just wondering if the 1 oz. still exits?

Thanks!

Amy
asked 5 years, 6 months ago
Anonymous
on bareMinerals All-Over Face Color
4 answers
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answer 1
I was wondering the same thing- it looks like they discontinued the 1 oz and the .07 is all they offer now. I agree the container is no good!
answered 5 years, 6 months ago
kstonedj
(Baltimore)
answer 2
You can purchase a bigger container in the actual Bare Minerals Boutique.
answered 5 years, 6 months ago
acmb33
(Niagara, WI)
answer 3
Hi Amy,
They still make the 1 oz. size, I usually find it at a Sephora store. I'm pretty sure there isn't a larger size, unless you try the Faux Tan lotion in the bottle. I've only received the smaller size with the beginners kit. I hope I was able to answer your question.
answered 5 years, 6 months ago
Kiki901
(Staten Island, New York)
answer 4
The ones I purchase are .06 oz. but they last me several months.
answered 5 years, 6 months ago
Angie78
(Louisville, KY)
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what shade to get?I Have med skin, dark brown hair and brown eyes/
I want a subtle glow and brightness on cheeks.
asked 5 years, 4 months ago
stokes
(Port Ewen, Ny)
on bareMinerals All-Over Face Color
4 answers
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answer 1
I would start with the Medium Face Color. You can adjust the amount you use if it isn't dark enough. I love A Little Sun....you can adjust the color on your cheeks, nose and forhead. Love the product....Start with a little at first.
answered 5 years, 3 months ago
deezer
(Union, WA)
answer 2
A pinkish coral. This will give color without it looking overpowering.
answered 5 years, 3 months ago
Diva50
(Tampa, FL)
answer 3
I would try some thing from the radiances.
answered 5 years, 3 months ago
catie24
(Lewisburg,WV)
answer 4
If you have a medium skin tone, I would go with medium. They also have something that's called "Warmth" and it does exactly that, it will give you a nice warm and natural glow to your face & it's not shimery like you general bronzers.
answered 5 years, 3 months ago
sdgirly77
(San Diego, CA)
Question
How do I pick out skintone for all-over-face-color?
I use beige and medium foundation. So which one would go with that.
asked 6 years, 3 months ago
Ustina
(Salem, oregon)
on bareMinerals All-Over Face Color
3 answers
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answer 1
These all over face colors DO work with all skin tones! The MOST important thing to remember is that a TINY amount goes a VERY long way. I have a medium beige skin tone with yellow undertones. I've used Rose Radiance, Clear Radiance, Warmth, Glee, and Faux Tan with wonderful results. In fact, when I wore Rose Radiance my husband said that I looked ESPECIALLY pretty, that I was glowing. Wow! Please don't overthink which color to choose, because you really can't go wrong. Just put it on with the correct Bare Minerals application: a tiny amount in the cap, fluffy brush, Swirl, Tap and Buff.
answered 10 months ago
maiden
(TX)
answer 2
I also use Medium Beige foundation, and I'd say I have about Medium Olive skin along with green eyes and dark hair. For me personally, I am able to use any of the warmer colors, but unlike what others say, I completely disagree that any of the shades will work for anyone. I first thought so too and tried Clear & Rose radiance, but they were terrible on me. Any of the 'rosey-er' looking shades are probably going to create the same effect on your skin as being far too pink and un-natural in appareance. To add actual color and a warmth to your face, try the Warm Radiance as an obvious 'must', or the Bare Radiance. It has a slight golden undertone and shimmer, and provides some nice highlight. Flawless might be nice too, although I've never tried it. But even the Pure Radiance (which I DO own), has a nice, peachy tone and would work as well. I'm thinking about trying the Tropical Radiance soon, I think a coral color would also compliment my own medium skin well so it might be right for you too.
answered 5 years, 11 months ago
MissVanity20
(Milwaukee, WI)
answer 3
honestly these all go with any skintone so take your pick! but some pretty safe choices are clear radiance, pure radiance, soft focus true, a little sun, and FLAWLESS radiance is a must! If you only have one i say get the Flawless radiance.
answered 6 years, 3 months ago
kittykatl
(houston, TX)
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Is Bareminerals All Over Face color used as a foundation?
Do you use Bareminerals All Over Face Color as foundation? Or do you apply foundation (like the bareminerals spf 15) and then use bareminerals all over face color?
asked 6 years, 3 months ago
Anonymous
(Canoga Park, CA)
on bareMinerals All-Over Face Color
3 answers
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answer 1
I must say definitely no, these 'All-Over Face colors' should not be used in place of the mineral foundation. The more multi-purpose nature of foundation is meant to conceal any flaws or blemishes in the skin, while providing a nice, even, and neutral canvas for colors and enhancers to be applied. These face colors are simply brighteners and highlighters for the skin. I disagree with the reviewer being a makeup artist, to suggest 'Warmth or Warm Radiance' be or can be substituted for foundation with darker complexions. I have medium skin, yet warmth appears to 'fake-bake' on me, as it is also only designed to add accentuation and glow, not provide an all over face concealer, nor a cohesive, natural-finish look to skin. Same goes true for lighter tones. I suggest you experiement with the more 'Rosey'er' shades that appear somewhat pink in hue if you wish to match an actual color for all-over face that will best compliment your skin. Such examples would be Clear or Rose Radiance (which ARE radiances that have shine, but also some color enhancing), or even 'True'. Using a very light hand and a minimal amount on the brush, sweep only along the sides of the hairline and temples, the eyes, and especially (my favorite trick), on the round, apples of the cheeks, then sliding upwards to blend with cheek bones. This will give you a dewy, naturally radiant glow. If you wish for something more subtle and apparent yet undetectable, try either applying even more lightly than if placing over skin, and just highlight in very small, precise areas and amounts on the face such as cheeks and corners of eyes. When you then apply foundation, you should be able to see a slight glow or irridescence coming from within as the shimmer shines through the minerals. If you are not at all experienced with (and are apprehensive) about the face colors, try adding just a touch of the color to your foundation and apply. If you like your results, you may choose to continue using this method, or you may just see how your skin individually responds to the light and the color, and modify your regimen then based off of your initial results. Good Luck!
answered 5 years, 11 months ago
MissVanity20
(Milwaukee, WI)
answer 2
This is arguable. While lighter skintones will benefit from using the All Over Face Colors just to enhance features, as a makeup arftist I find that the Warmth works fantastic as a foundation for darker skintones with a golden undertone. Primarily, I would recommend applying these shades anywhere the sun would naturally hit (i.e. forehead, nose, forehead, cheeks, chin).
answered 6 years, 3 months ago
BelleDeJour
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 3
my goodness no! please don't use this as a foundation. it is only meant to enhance your features. Use these all over face colors under, over or mixed with foundation. Great for highlighting or for softening blush. Flawless is the perfect color for anyone. The others have a slight tint to them. The ones that say "radiance" have a bit of shimmer for a subtle glow. It's very subtle when you buff it. The ones like warmth, glee, true, and a little sun are used only in small amounts because they are much bolder than the sheer radiances.
answered 6 years, 3 months ago
kittykatl
(houston, TX)
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Tinted Mineral Veil vs. Warmth All Over Face Color
I have naturally tanned skin, but tend to look a bit washed out in the winter. For a color pick me up I was wondering if there was much difference between the tinted mineral veil (which has a hint of warmth in it) and the warmth all over face color?
asked 6 years ago
Anonymous
on bareMinerals All-Over Face Color
3 answers
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answer 1
I've used both, and warmth is an all-out bronzer whereas the tinted mineral veil really isn't. The mineral veils were made to provide that finished, air-brushed look. I use tinted mineral veil everyday, but It doesn't give you that slightly sun-kissed look if that's what you're seeking.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
Anonymous
(Lewisville, TX)
answer 2
It's hard to define. I don't think it adds color though.
answered 6 years ago
beachgeek
answer 3
I have not used the tinted Mineral Veil but I think it might be really light. I like the all over colors, you can control how much you put on so there is really no reason it should ever be too dark or too much. I put the all over color over my Mineral Veil. I like Rose Radiance and True All Over Face Colors. The tan is also very good and easy to control
answered 6 years ago
lkkaeser
(Sugar Land, TX)
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How does the Clear Radiance All Over Face Color work and what does it look like when applied to a very fair skin complexion like mine?
I love BE's makeup so much and I was wondering how the Clear Radiance All Over Face color works. I use the Mineral Veil currently and I love it. How does the Clear Radiance compare to the Mineral Veil? What are the benefits of using the Clear Radiance? How does it look when applied to the skin and what are the effects that can be achieved with it? I have very fair skin, very light blonde hair, and very pale blue gray eyes. Thanks in advance for your help! :)
asked 5 years, 11 months ago
dotsnstripes
(Philadelphia, PA)
on bareMinerals All-Over Face Color
3 answers
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answer 1
the clear radience is for just about every skin tone..i too am fair and i find it gives a nice heavenly glow..you should also try the rose radience, it works great as blush on our pale skin!!
answered 5 years, 11 months ago
ginger304
(wilkes barre,pa)
answer 2
The all over face color looks like you've been in the sun and have just a bit of a glow to your skin. It's wonderful.
answered 5 years, 11 months ago
Deecy
(Annapolis, MD)
answer 3
It would look great on you with your pale skin---try it! I promise you will be hooked!
answered 5 years, 11 months ago
ocdworm
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