Skincare And Makeup Products For Dry Skin: Rosanna Reveals S01E2/8

Skincare And Makeup Products For Dry Skin: Rosanna Reveals S01E2/8

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Hey, everyone. It’s Rosie from R. Pierce Makeup.
This week’s video is going to be showing you some products for dry skin. I have dry skin
and there aren’t many videos out there catered for those with dry skin.
[music] There are so many people out there with dry
skin and so many videos about oily skin, so I’ve picked out some of my favorite products
in skincare and makeup. So I’ll start with a cleanser, and this is the Garnier, now I
don’t know how to say it, Micellar Cleansing Water. Really similar to the Bioderma. L’Oreal
do one as well, but you get more for your money with the Garnier one. And it looks like
water, it feels like water on your skin, and just put it on a cotton pad and it removes
your makeup really well. I would suggest doing it once with a cotton pad to get you makeup
off and going over again just to get everything off. Because it is for sensitive skin, it’s
not harsh on your skin, but it also means that it’s not quite as quick to take your
makeup off as other things. Just a little tip though, if you do have dry skin, stay
away from face wipes. I used them for year. If you use a face wipe, your face then feels
really tight. Because face wipes can be quite wet, if you cover your face in that and then
leave it, your face doesn’t produce any extra oil because it feels like it’s already got
the oil there, so it feels like it doesn’t need to produce any more moisture, which is
why they can dry out your skin, they can be harsh on your skin, so I would just suggest
moving away from the face wipes. Also, these last way longer, and you could pick up one
of these for the same price as a pack of face wipes and this will last you a load longer.
It says 200 uses. I’m not sure it would actually last that long but it’s a lot better than
25 face wipes. Then my ultimate favorite dry skin product in the world, and if you watch
my videos on my channel you’ll know this because I’m always talking about it, and again it’s
Garnier, Moisture Match for Dry to Very Dry Skin. It’s a really heavy moisturizer but
it doesn’t take ages to soak into your skin. It just makes my skin feel so moisturized
and it’s like a relief to put it on. Now this can be pretty tricky to get a hold of if you’re
not in the UK, but I’ve checked on eBay and you can get it shipped over for about the
same price as you would pay for this in the UK anyway. So if you’ve got dry skin and you’re
really struggling to find a good moisturizer, I’d definitely go with this. This beats any
of the high end moisturizers and it’s a fraction of the price. If you are from the UK, it’s
always on offer, and you can get it at supermarkets, you get it in Boots and Superdrug. Lots of
people that have tried this after I recommended it agreed that it was awesome. But I always
have really, really dry lips. Now it could just be because I don’t drink very often,
don’t drink enough water. I never really feel thirsty. Or it could have something to do
with having dry skin. I don’t know. That’s probably linked. It’s probably all linked.
Anyway, so I always find the need to have a lip scrub, and these Lush ones are really
good. This is a Popcorn one. I also have the Bubblegum one. The Bubblegum one I find is
a little sweet, and the Popcorn one is a bit salty. So exfoliate your lips and then you
can lick it off. And you can just wipe it off but I find it easier to lick it off. If
you wipe it off, you tend to end up with crumbs all over your face, which is never good. They’re
really affordable and they last forever, like I’ve got two Bubblegum ones and this one and
I’m not even close to finishing any of them. This is definitely my favorite primer for
dry skin and it’s the L’Oreal Lumi Magique Base. Now I think it might be called Lumi
True Match or something in the States, and it’s just a luminous primer. So it comes out
white and it’s, like, pearlescent, and then when you rub it into your face, you look like
you’re quite shimmery. Not like thick chunks of glitter, just, like, shimmery. So you put
it under your foundation and your foundation just glows. It makes you look like your skin
is just glowing. It’s amazing. It makes your makeup glide on and keeps your makeup on really
well. This is really similar to Strobe Cream by MAC. Strobe Cream is slightly thicker than
this one, but Strobe Cream is about 24 pounds in the UK and this is 10 pounds. I’ve got
through quite a few tubes of this. I love this stuff, and I’ve heard people with oily
skin love it as well, so it’s not just for dry skin. It’s really, really amazing. And
to go with that, the L’Oreal Lumi Magique Foundation, called True Match Lumi, I think,
in the States. This is also amazing. It prefer it to the True Match because I find the original
True Match can cling to dry patches. This and this together, if you’ve got dry skin,
this is just a beautiful combination. These two together will just leave your skin absolutely
glowing. The other foundation I’m going to mention is a higher end one and it’s the Urban
Decay Naked Skin Foundation. It’s water based, so you have to shake it up beforehand. It
can be quite expensive. It is quite similar to the Revlon Nearly Naked but I much prefer
this foundation to that one. It’s really, really light, so if I squirt it on my hand
it’s like it’s quite runny and it runs off, but it gives a flawless, like it’s not heavy
coverage but it just makes your skin look gorgeous, and I find it really hydrating on
my skin, and I just, I really, really love it. I love the finish of it, it lasts really
well as well. I absolutely love it. I think it’s about 30 something pounds, so it’s quite
expensive, but I’ve had mine for about a year. Now obviously I change up my foundation all
the time, but I still have quite a bit left, so I will repurchase it when I run out. I
love it. Then for concealer I’ve got, like, a high end one, and what I would consider
a dupe for it. The high end one is the Clarins Instant Concealer. Now I’ve not heard anyone
else on YouTube ever talk about this, and the only reason I know about this is because
I used to work on a Clarins counter. It’s full coverage I would say, but I find it really
hydrating. Because most full coverage concealers can be quite thick, they can cake up under
your eyes and look horrible and not work well for dry skin, because I have quite dry under
eyes as well. This feels really moisturizing when I put it on, but it gives, like, flawless
finish. 15 ml, which for a concealer is really good, and it’s about 15 pounds, so you’re
really getting your money’s worth. This is going to last me so long. And then one I would
say is pretty much the same is the Rimmel Match Perfection. When I put it on, it just
feels the same. It’s really moisturizing, it gives good coverage. I really love it.
The only thing I’d say is this is probably slightly lighter coverage than this one, but
they both give the same kind of finish. It’s moisturizing. This one is about 7 pounds,
so if you’re going to just try one out, definitely go for this one first. If you love it, you
will definitely love the Clarins one. The Beauty Blender. Now you can get duper for
this. I’ve tried loads of dupes and I don’t think any of them are worth the money apart
from Real Technique’s one. Now even though it’s the most similar one I found, I still
prefer my Beauty Blender, although I quite like the shape on this one. It’s quite good.
Using a damp sponge is great for dry skin because you’re adding some of the moisture
back into your skin. It can help your foundation stop looking cakey and gives a flawless finish,
and I find it feels hydrating on my skin, so if my skin is looking super dry one day,
then I’ll definitely use a damp Beauty Blender. These are amazing and definitely worth the
money. Most people with dry skin stay away from powder, and I always did until I found
one that I actually liked. And I don’t particularly use powder for making myself look matte, but
what I use it for is because I want my foundation to last as long as it can possibly last. Especially
if I’m working throughout the day, I’m busy, I don’t want my foundation to look minging
at the end if the day. So my absolute favorite one I’ve found is the Revlon Nearly Naked.
If you feel it it feels like flour, and they are really finely milled so you don’t get
big chunks of powder, and it never, for me anyway, clings to any dry patches. It just
sets my foundation, it looks really good. I really, really love this. This is the best
powder I’ve ever found for dry skin, and it’s pretty difficult to find one that doesn’t
make you look powdery and dry. This one doesn’t. It just sets your foundation. It’s what I’m
wearing now. I absolutely love it. That is all the products I’ve got to show you today.
I do have some more dry skin videos on my channel, which will be linked down below.
Don’t forget to subscribe to this channel if you want to see me next week, and thumbs
up this video if you liked it, and I’ll see you next week. Bye.
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7 thoughts on “Skincare And Makeup Products For Dry Skin: Rosanna Reveals S01E2/8”

  1. Thanks for the suggestions…I realy don't know what skin type I have, combination I suppose but I have fine lines and I tend to go for products geared for dry skin…it sucks getting older. Thanks again.😃

  2. The Garnier miscellaneous water is no available in the US, do you know where I can get it? Or suggest an alternative?

  3. I've just found you and you've literally saved my life.  I have dry skin and to find advice on youtube about it is near on impossible! everybody seems to have oily skin.  I will def try the nearly naked powder and I'm going to subscribe to you now.   We so need more beauty youtubers with dry skin!!! 🙂

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