Saturday, May 2, 2009

Question Du Jour 5.2.09

I have been getting quite a few emails and comments about Fix+, such as what is it good for and what do I use it for?

Well, I consider it one of my favorite skin tools and I will tell you why. Number one, I have dry skin, the nutrients and vitamins in it alone are good for my thirsty skin, secondly when you have dry skin and you use finishing or setting powder you get the dreaded powdered sugar look. Not good! Fix+ solves that problem in 2 seconds flat. One spritz over a finished face you have instant glowy non powdery skin that stays put all day. That is reason enough for me to never be without it but the uses to do not stop there!

More Reasons:
  1. To intensify eye shadows
  2. To put on pigments
  3. To Foil pigments (will explain below)
  4. To use with MSF's to intensify the glow
  5. To freshen up skin on a long flight
  6. To moisturize before makeup
  7. To make awesome lip looks (shown above)

Foiling pigments with Fix+, you will see above and below that the Antique Bronze Pigment is a glittery dry finely milled powder, but on the right, once mixed with fix+ it turns to a liquid gold that can be applied to your eyes (or lips as shown above)!

Have I convinced you yet that you NEED Fix+?
Let me know if any of you decide to try it!!!



  1. Ι bought it about a week ago but i only used it once and couldn really tell the actuall use of this product,i also tent to have dry skin lately so this was very very helpful :))Thank you!!

  2. No Problem, I am glad I could help you out! Let me know how you like it. It really is so multi purpose I couldnt live without it (well couldnt live happily). This is a god send for dry skin! Enjoy!! XX

  3. I've been thinking about getting this, so thank you for all the info on it! And thanks for commenting me :)

  4. Makeupper, you should def try it out!

  5. I was going to use this but I was going to purchase it from an outlet store that sells Mac and Lauder and etc. but they were out so they suggested charged water. I use that to use my pigments wet. I just spritz the brush and off I go...

  6. The foiling technique is gorgeous! I have Fix+ too and it's so good for making makeup look more natural. I love your blog btw.