THE REAL REASON YOUR FOUNDATION CHANGES COLOUR AND HOW TO STOP IT!

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    Wayne Goss
      THE REAL REASON YOUR FOUNDATION CHANGES COLOUR AND HOW TO STOP IT!

      What if i told you its your powder thats causing your foundation to change colour! LINKS Powders that don’t change colour! UK No Color Powder …

      #52941
      horrorvictim

        Didn't even know this was a thing, hadn't happened to me so far. At least I'll know what's what if it does. =)

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        Javeria Sarib

          Wawooo !!! Another informative video.
          I share your these tips with my that viewrs who can't understand English ( I share these tricks in Urdu and Hindi) regards
          #javeriasarib

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          Raquel Podesta

            Woooww of corse YOU WOULD FIND THE REASON WHY you are THE BEST πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ˜˜πŸ˜˜πŸ˜˜πŸ˜˜

            #52944
            Yu Ching

              Hi Wayne, I have small very hooded eyes with loose skin hanging on the outer corners… is it possible to do cut crease to open up my eyes a bit?? Please help!!

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              wiwiek widyastuti

                Wow…it helps a lot.
                Thanks Wayne.

                #52946
                Luisa Cerra

                  You are such a beautiful man, thankyou for your informative content and your very honest self πŸ’•

                  #52947
                  Elizabeth S

                    Love your brushes Wayne x

                    #52948
                    hannah roebem

                      Thats why I also don't like settingsprays…they darken your foundation as well…or the powder??

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                      Marie Dora

                        Very sensible it's true that the powder will change colour after absorbing the oil and we all know this but how come we did not think of this before

                        #52950
                        Belinda Craddock

                          I bought some of your brushes, and they are fantastic!

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                          Griffith Guts

                            This why I can't leave Wayne Goss πŸ™‚

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                            lizainuk

                              I almost burst out laughing when Wayne said no middle man, buy them! I wish there is store in Dubai, I can actually see his brushes and test before which to get it first.

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                              Sherry Reis

                                Brilliant tip. Haven't heard this from anyone before. You are such a blessing to the beauty industry. Winking back πŸ˜‰. Hugs…. Sherry

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                                Rachel Haller

                                  This makes so much sense. But yet I didn’t know. Thanks for the tip!

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                                  Kate Donovan

                                    Ah yes, I thought so! Of course any substance is going to oxidise when exposed to air but I’ve definitely noticed my under eyes get darker when the concealer is set. Which is what you’re trying to prevent! x

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                                    hannah roebem

                                      I finally was able to buy the last three missing so the eyeset is complete and I have to say, I looove them!! They are sooo good. Soft and fluffy together with my sonia g brushes I dont want anyrhing else. Btw please make your 2018 holiday brush permanent

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                                      Turboweevel

                                        So, as a formulator I have a comment here. What folks call oxidation in foundations, isn't. Exposure to air has nothing to do with it, as evidenced by the fact that the product is exposed to air in the packaging without changing color. What's actually happening is wetting of pigments.

                                        Pigments have to be wetted for their color to become fully apparent. Lots of substances behave that way, clothes get darker when wet, the ground gets darker when rained on, wet sand is darker than dry sand, etc.

                                        Wetting pigments is a surprisingly complex thing. Not all pigments can be wetted by the same things, and to the same extent. Titanium Dioxide, for example, can be found in forms that will be wetted by water, and others that will be wetted by oil. And not all oils will wet all pigments equally well either.

                                        So what sometimes happens is that you have the pigments incompletely wetted, and wetting is particularly difficult in powders. Then you put them on your face, your skin oils over time do the remaining wetting and your foundation is suddenly darker than before. Air really doesn't figure into it.

                                        Unfortunately there's no way to tell how a formula will work for you until you try it. It's going to depend on the formula itself, your skin type, how you apply it, etc.

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                                        Yahneake Sterling

                                          OMG thank you!!!!! I’ve been hating on some foundations for oxidizing on me πŸ€¦πŸΎβ€β™€οΈ. I’ll definitely do this test.

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                                          Lynne Smith

                                            Thank you love you are so smart

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                                            Jessee Berthold

                                              …was that a wedding ring?

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                                              robin creamer

                                                Your ears are so pink u little cutie!

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                                                v

                                                  I don't use any powder. It turns orange within five minutes even if I put it on my arm. I don't use anything else. I can put it on my wrist and it turns orange in a few minutes.

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