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^ Please do!

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Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Texas
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Here are some photos I took:

1. Ingredients
2. Bottle front
3. Close-up of Velvet Veil on my finger after I patted it down.
4. The top of the back of my hand does not have VV on it, but the bottom does. The photo is not that good.
5. Close up of what VV looks like when it comes out of the bottle
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I need to order a second bottle of this. The bottle says you can use it on your body. Has anyone done that?

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Join Date: Jun 2004
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I have to say that I don't love it.. it has to do with the feels too something.. on my skin.. airtight, like it desn't allow the skin to breath.. it's a passing sensation.. so I'll keep using my bottle ( I even got a backup bottle.. before having tested the prodct..and I'll use that as it's not like I hate the's just not my HG).

I prefer Laura Mercier's primer.. which has a more 'breathable' texture, keeps the makeup on very well.. but ofcourse is more expensive..


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Hmmm ... so how is it on realllllllllly oily skin? Because mine is super duper oily and all primers I've tried seem to exacerbate that.

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Join Date: Dec 2007
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^ mine is very oily in summer and very dry in winter and honestly i only use primers in winter.... in the summer i dont even need primer... but... i've not tried it... if you do let us know!

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