BOBBIE OLIVER: The expiration date on the water bottle is for the bottle not the water inside
Shelly Amore: i miss you....love your page!!!!!
Beth Gilbertson: Does this dry right away? I have watched others and it seems that it doesnt dry fast. and i noticed that 4 out 5 mixtures have witch hazel in it along with the setting solution?
BTW I love your video and I dont find you long breathe... actually your a breath of fresh air and always so much fun. I am so glad that I found your youtube
Sarah Marlow: I miss seeing new videos from you!
PrettyFace Lex: WOW THIS IS AMAZING!!! I LOVE THIS!!!! THANKS FOR POSTING THIS VIDEO!!! :)
margo dousouky: thank you so much, i just bought the compressor and i was worried about the cost of the makeup, is the same thing applies for the bronzer?
Jan Swan: Some say long winded, but I rather enjoyed your personality.
Thank you so much for this wonderful video. You made my morning!
Great information. Intelligent and informative. I was wondering if I could use my mineral makeup or if I had wasted my money and it would end up in the trash.
Thank You! Keep sharing your wonderful personality and excellent tips!
akendall86: So I dit this and my face felt sticky and yucky oily am I doing something wrong? It looked greasy and wet. please help
Maria Perryman: i use witch hazel it works well :)
Maria Perryman: can u use WItch Hazel
Claudine Campbell: Excellent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have to try this
Seanel Vanderbilt: Thank you Enkore for this it will save me a lot of money buy buying premix airbrush foundation shout out to all your fans mua here in Manila Philippines
LottaTroublemaker: In case you see this, can I ask an unrelated question? As I have gotten older, makeup has turned one heck of a lot more difficult. The only advantage is that I don't care so much about what others may think anymore, so I don't mind leaving the house even without any makeup, which I would have had to be dead for when I was young, LOL... Anyway, what I find difficult, is foundation and powder (mineral or ordinary). The reason is that I used to have "invisible" pores, but as I have gotten older, some have got quite enlargened and I even have one on my cheek which is huge (it's like a darn crater!). In the past, I have used liquid foundation and finished it off with a powder, e.g. I often used Kanebo's powder, which is quite fine and sort of gives a creamy, silky result. I have tried some mineral makeup foundations the past few years too. But it so easily makes the enlargened pores stand out even more, which I hate. So I most often end out not using anything but a little blush and bronzer, which of course does not give the even and smooth coloring I want (I have quite a bit of redness and visible capillaries, due to years of cortisone treatment for psoriasis). Also, when I get some psoriasis on my face too, that of course is not easy with powders, as it dries it up and makes it look flaky, even if you just removed scaling on the patch (which you have to do daily to leave it as only a smooth, red spot). Is there something you can use for special occasions that could e.g. fill in the huge enlargened pore I have and possibly some others which aren't that bad, then give me an opportunity to get the rest of it nice and even with a real fine mineral powder, covering all discoloration/redness/pigmentation - to get a result that looks smooth and nice? I realize that I can't expect to get the same result as when I was younger, but still, a better result than now, would have been nice... Is there any reasonably priced mineral makeup foundations you recommend that are easy to find online, e.g. on eBay? I was about to buy one, Mineral Essence (that I saw recommended on a website) on Dermstore, only to discover that they stopped shipping abroad... :( Sorry, that was one heck of a long question, but... Thanks SO much!
LottaTroublemaker: When it comes to expiration date. All the manufacturers of course wants people to trash their makeup on the date, then buy new. But, most makeup stays fine a lot longer. You easily see and/or smell it when makeup goes bad, then it is for sure ready to meet the trash can, but before that, you can easily use it, especially this goes for dry makeup and pencils. I have lots of makeup I love (which I can't get anymore) which has expired years ago, but it is still completely fine, works exactly like it did when it was new. There's really no need to throw it away then... But of course, there are rules with a lot of "security" built into them and manufacturers will stick to that and also ask people to act upon it, since they have no interest in us keeping our makeup, they'd rather we buy new all the time. Actually, not long ago I LOST an eyeshadow I've used for special occasions since, yes, it is true, the 80's! Sadly the hotel forgot to wake me up and I had a flight, so while packing in a hurry (5 minutes from wake-up until bus left!), I forgot some makeup in the bathroom. I was SO upset, I loved that eyeshadow! I actually, because of how old it was, had tried finding the same shade for years, but I have never succeeded in finding that particular shade, it was a very cold, dusty dark blue with very fine glitter in it. I did find a similar one at Sephora in New York (while travelling, I live in Norway), but of course, that was also lost at the same time and I have not been able to find the same shade online since... Sometimes I wish I had easy access to ingredients, like pigments etc., so I could have mixed my own, just like I want them. But, doing that isn't so easy when I live somewhere when I can't get ingredients and also it wouldn't be practical for the small amounts I use...
LottaTroublemaker: This is really a great video. I was wondering, is airbrushing the only way you can use this? Or could you use surplus mineral foundation to make foundation you apply with a brush or sponge? And, if you don't mind a bit critical feedback; I would have preferred this video a few minutes shorter. You do quite a bit of repeating and "filling" talk, which isn't really necessary, especially when it is a video, and it is so easy to rather go back and watch something over again if you miss or forget something than watch unnecessary repeating. You e.g. explained the "part system" so well at the beginning, that there was no need at all to repeat that. Or the info about problems with silicone... Thanks a lot for a great video! :)
Kellie Evetts: Thank you so much for this amazing idea! I am using it for my daughter's wedding day! It was fantastic!
amanda aljassmi: Awesomeee!!!
Josie Evans: Awesome video. I love that you are so informative!
Oriebir08: what is the finish of this foundation? another "guru" made a video featuring the same method and products but hers results were a very grasy looking foundation...
TexasBrandi97: oh boy! I think I just wasted a whole container of mineral makeup! I saw that someone said that they used vitamin e instead of glycerin and I thought that sounded better for your skin (and my skin clogs easily). I didn't realize until I watched the video again that vitamin e is so much thicker than glycerin.. I made a whole 2 oz. bottle of foundation with the vitamin e and it came out very sticky! It looks plenty watery, shakes well and comes out of a very small, pointy applicator just fine, but when I tried it on my skin, I found that when I went to spread it, it suddenly felt thick and sticky like a thick lip gloss! Help! Can anyone think of any way to salvage this so it's not a waste? I'm guessing this would clog my airbrush (It's the Luminess one). Could I maybe just make a lot more of this with mineral foundation, water and fixing spray and then add this to it in place of the glycerin -just to water the vitamin e down a lot?