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Old 10-04-2007, 06:28 PM   #2
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Yes, I get this sometimes when I use my Urban Decay eyeshadows. I actually thought it was something to do with talc, not the sparkle, but you may be on to something. I have really sensitive, eczema-prone skin, so I know how you feel. I find that if I use jojoba oil to remove my eye makeup, it helps moisturize my eyelids. It works just as well as any other makeup remover.

Edit: Oops, I missed the part where you said you're prone to breakouts. Well, I think jojoba oil is less likely to give you breakouts because it's really similar to the oil your skin produces. I don't think it would be any worse than oil-based makeup removers.
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3a/3b mix of ringlets and spiral curls
BWC Rosemary Mint Tea Tree Conditioner,
Aubrey Organics Honeysuckle Rose Conditioner,
***Aloe Vera Gel***
Simplicity is best, at least for my hair. I co-wash every two days or so with the BWC and use the AOHR as a rinse-out when I need moisture. On other days, I just water wash, and I use AV gel every day to style. I air-dry and don't brush or comb my hair.

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