I would honestly not recommend it. I am not even very oily and I did not like how it wore on my skin. It broke up easily ): did not look good all day long for how much money it is.
Brianna B. asked, “I have heard everyone raving about this foundation, and I love foundations so I've been wanting to try it. However I am very oily in my t-zone. I was wondering if anyone with an oily/combination skin type has tried it? ”
Before you set your foundation. I put a little on the back of my had and pick some of the product up with a damp beauty blender and then apply to the face. Then you can set your foundation.
Lizzy P. asked, “What is the best way to apply this highlight? I just got it and I'm just not exactly sure what type of brush to use for this. Also, if I wanna wear blush do I put the blush before or after?”
What are you looking for in a mask since you don't have acne problems? This is going to be great if you have acne or clogged pores to help suck all of that dirt and gunk out.
Ashley O. asked, “So, I love the origins brand and I also have very dry skin that isn't prone to acne. How does this do with dry skin? Does it make a noticeable difference in any way if you don't have bad acne?
I know they have another face mask for dry skin that I might try, but I was curious about this one for it's charcoal hype.”
The answer I am usually told 1-2 months, but if you clean it regularly and are gentle with it I would say at least 4 months. Mine is going on 4 months right now and it will probably be ready to be traded out here next month. They are so worth the money and the dupes are no where as good.
Erika C. asked, “How long does one beauty blender last for? And how easy is it to clean?”