I literally can't with this primer. It's hard to apply because you can't just rub it into your skin you have to patt it in before it dries or it will rub right off or clump up on your skin. And when you put on your make up over it your face looks cakey, heavy, and just terrible. Yes I used this after moisturizing but it just didn't work for me. I got tired of experimenting with this product and threw it away. I am not going to waste my time with this product when I can get a better one. I paid for a primer I can use with no stress not one I have to figure out how to use.
Good powder it gives a very beautiful, natural, finish but I would not recommend this for oily skin. This powder is not going to keep your skin looking matte throughout the day if you're oily. you would have to re-powder your face multiple times a day or you'll look like you lathered butter on your face. But I'm sure this would be great for normal-dry skin. ( I have VERY oily acne prone skin )
The Originals is truly an amazing show, the whole conflict between the witches,vampires, and werewolves is really captivating. Also the characters are very complex and relatable, I can't stand Hayley after the 1st season though. She just became annoying and that guy she's with(can't remember his name) is not helping. Like every time he says something I'm dying for Klaus to beat the living daylights out of his so he can shut up, God they're both so obnoxious.
It's a decent show, the whole syfy aspect of it is really cool and the plot as a whole is quite interesting. I stopped though because I felt like the constant bloodshed was getting to me and I started to feel like the show was too dirty and just overall saddening.
My goodness i absolutely LOVE Glee, It addresses all the problems teens face in high school and I can't get enough of the singing and dancing, the performances are just amazing. Also pretty much all of the characters in the show are relatable on some level. In most shows I watch I find that some of the characters are just plain annoying and down right idiotic but I don't really get that in Glee and I really appreciate the producers for making it that way.