alternative to bare minerals

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  1. pjstevens

    pjstevens Had our DFTW Vow Renewal on the Wonder

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    I read on this board a month or so ago about some less expensive alternatives to bare minerals. The one company allowed you to order samples and just pay for shipping (and you got to choose which colors and which kind you wanted). I really like what I got, but now don't remember where I got them (and they are those tiny containers so I can't read whats on the bottom other than the color name). Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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  3. vassello

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  4. pjstevens

    pjstevens Had our DFTW Vow Renewal on the Wonder

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    Shari,

    Thank you so much for the very speedy reply!!!!! This is exactly what I was looking at and had ordered. Thanks!!! I really enjoyed the samples and want to place an order before my goodies are all gone.

    Thanks again.

     
  5. girli565

    girli565 A Miami kind of girl

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    Where would you buy bare minerals? I know that Ulta and Sephora are expensive but QVC always has some special or another with bare minerals. My mother spends maybe $50 to $70 a year because the stuff just lasts so long.

    She just bought a kit the other day that was $35 and came with 7 pieces, 4 were makeup products and 3 were brushes. And FREE SHIPPING!! If you find a deal it is really affordable!

    Hope you find what you are looking for!!
     
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