Added by on May 28, 2013

After seeing a video by NaturalBornQueen http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYSajDJx_1E&feature=channel_video_title, inspired by mignondee, http://www.youtube.co…

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  • thecreativelady 4 years ago

    Pulling downward may encourage your skin to droop. I’ve been a Mary Kay rep in the past and we were trained upward strokes. When it comes to make up application, I can see the final sweeps in a downward stroke but not for skincare product and moisturizer application.

  • Teaarsdontfall 4 years ago

    Why upward? The mary kate rep that taught me said downward because upward will make the hairs on my face stand up.. weird to hear a different direction.

  • thecreativelady 4 years ago

    If I learned one thing from being a Mary Kay rep: upward strokes! Thanks for watching!

  • Tinkers Damm 4 years ago

    Mama… Mad Props for not pulling down on your face when applying product! I see this on youtube a lot and it is definitely a pet peeve. Great vid as well! These two products have saved me quite a bit of money… xoxo

  • thecreativelady 4 years ago

    I use it straight out the bottle. Thanks for watching!

  • NikkiWatson 4 years ago

    Great video.Did you mix the MOM with anything? Or was it just put into the water bottle plain?

  • EzrahCharo 4 years ago

    Ohh girl you look good!

  • shizukagozen777 4 years ago

    Sure, that s exactly what i think because dirty hands can give spots. But liquid foundations are a bit hard to apply cause lots of pigments stay on the fingers and all the foundations can wedge under the nails. I know that normally we have to warm all the creams for the face but in all the case i think that make up brush or a sponge is better provided to clean it as often as possible. (you ll say pigments stay on it too, but that s still better than the fingers in my opinion)

  • RachelD9311 4 years ago

    As long as you wash your hands first, there’s no reason why you can’t apply your foundation with your hands. Even professional makeup artists use their hands for some products because the warmth of your skin makes the product more pliable.

  • shizukagozen777 4 years ago

    Don t use your fingers to apply your foundation ! O.O

  • Raghav Shrestha 4 years ago

    Good video! My coworker also had alot of acne but when i met her on the holidays her face was absolutely acne pimples free! I asked her how she removed her acne and she said she applied a particular natural acne cure called: Acne P60 Treatment i don’t know the site but just google it.

  • thecreativelady 4 years ago

    ummmm. . . OK. But every skin type is different and this works for me. But thanks for your opinion.

  • kaye ds 4 years ago

    omg my dear, you overly applied too much of the MOM. you only need a thin layer

  • thecreativelady 4 years ago

    I have a Maybelline pressed mineral powder that I use all the time. For me, it’s a1 -2 combo. The MOM helps control the oil while the chafing gel gives a velvety base. So even if I use a powder, the chafing gel “erases” the white “MOM” base.

    Thanks for your question. Let me know if you try it.

  • 75ally 4 years ago

    Question for you….can you use mineral powder foundation after this “MOM” primer or do you have to use liquid foundation? I have oily skin and acne scars so I’ve been looking for something to use to make my complexion look nice…this is a great idea!

  • Chonlada Charoensuk 4 years ago

    you don’t have set foundation with loose powder ? but i like your video Short but understanding .
    thanks for share your technique

  • kayekog 4 years ago

    You know what you’re doing! Your skin looks really pretty.

  • thecreativelady 4 years ago

    Hey now! Thank you for watching and the glowing compliments!

  • Naomi H 4 years ago

    ur sexy, cute and very helpful, thanks mama ♥ hottttttttttttttttt

  • thecreativelady 4 years ago

    Flash! LOL. I haven’t had any problems with it.

  • bramblelf 4 years ago

    all i see is a flash of silver nails lol, doesnt all that stuff cause a break out thou?

  • thecreativelady 4 years ago

    Thanks!

  • bossyr3d 4 years ago

    i love your vid!!

  • thecreativelady 4 years ago

    Thank you. Hmmm. . . I like over the counter products a lot. You may want to check out Neutrogena Healthy skin “Intensive” moisturizer or perhaps something by Aveeno. Be sure to read the labels to ensure it’s what you need for your skin type.

    I appreciate your watching!

  • Sabrina C. 4 years ago

    Wow you did a great job, your makeup looks so smooth and pretty. I really want to try the MOM as a primer but i have mostly dry skin with a few slightly oily areas, generally nose and forehead, I guess I have “T” Zone combonation skin, so I’ve been told to stay away from mom, that it would dry my skin considerably……any suggestions? thanks in advance
    Sabrina :o )

  • thecreativelady 4 years ago

    Thanks. I hope the products work for you.

    I’ve used Clinque’s skincare but I’ve never tried Clinique makeup.

  • Colombianitax23 4 years ago

    You have beautiful skin!!! And I’m going to be trying the monistat as a primer so hopefully it works for my combination skin with is also sometimes acne prone …I recently bought the MAC primer since I use all MAC products but all it did is break me out so your video really gave me an idea! Oh and just a tip i think the Clinique even better makeup will work wonderful for your skin ! Much better then the one you already have plus it actually improves your skin texture !

  • Naedyn 4 years ago

    you have such beautiful features, and your teeth look great!

  • thecreativelady 4 years ago

    I’ve not heard about MCGP not being for acne prone skin. Given it’s original purpose, I would be interested to know what ingredient would be a no no for acne prone skin. But I do think one could use MOM alone. The MCGP gives a velvety texture to my skin. Let me know if you find out something different.

  • ElayneGloomybear 4 years ago

    If you just use MOM, do you also need MCGP? or have you tried MOM by itself and it still works? because I have acne prone skin and I heard MCGP isn’t recommended for acne prone skin :/

  • thecreativelady 4 years ago

    Thanks for watching in Perth Australia! I hope it works for you. Please keep me posted.

  • Suzie Mejzini 4 years ago

    Thanks. I will try this as my skin does tend to get oily in summer and it is so hot here in Perth Australia that my makeup just melts off!

  • Jessie Hernandez 4 years ago

    Oh okay thanks! Imma go buy some tomorrow(:

  • thecreativelady 4 years ago

    Yes. Most drugstores carry these. Walmart has them both for a better price than drugstores. Monistat will be in the feminine hygiene department and the MOM will be in the medicine aisle. Keep me posted. Thanks for watching.

  • Jessie Hernandez 4 years ago

    Where can I buy MOM and Monistat Chafing Gel Powder? At any drugstore?

  • thecreativelady 4 years ago

    Hey! Thanks for watching and commenting. I am acne prone too but don’t think it caused any issues. I’ve learned to be careful of the possible overspray of the MOM. It can get onto your ears and you not know it and if you don’t get it, your makeup is flawless but your ear looks a hot mess!

  • 16bluegoose 4 years ago

    Wow, using the MOM in a spray bottle is GENIUS!!! I loved using the MOM, but got tired of putting it on a cotton ball and not being able to spread it out like I wanted. I am definitely going to try this technique! Now I just have to build up the courage to try the chafing gel…I’ve heard good things about it, except from people with acne-prone skin (which I unfortunately have). I think Im gonna try it, though! :) Great vid!!

  • thecreativelady 4 years ago

    I first tried it back in March, the real test begins when the weather gets hot and humid.

  • Electra709 4 years ago

    Hi! does the (MILK OF MAGNESIA) along with the (MONISTAT CHAFING GEL POWDER) really help to control your oily face underneath your makeup.And how long does your makeup last before touch-upshaving to dab oil from your face.

  • thecreativelady 4 years ago

    Thank you for the lovely compliment. I appreciate you taking the time to watch!

  • Chelsey Rose 4 years ago

    thanks!! really liked the video! youre really pretty

  • cynthia marquez 4 years ago

    Hi… I loved how simple your makeup was… You look beautiful!!!

  • MosaicMaiden 4 years ago

    You are beautiful with or without make up, I must say I enjoyed this video very much the foundation was very impressive.

  • thecreativelady 4 years ago

    @VickyVue @VickyVue It’s royalty free that I purchased from SmardSound. It’s called “Bankhead to Buckhead” from the NuSkool cd. The tunes can be pricey but they usually run specials for the royalty free music. It has become the signature tune at this point. I put on my makeup yesterday, Saturday, for the first time since I’ve been using it. I could tell the difference in my makeup. I was shiny by mid day. Actually, it’s the same makeup in the New Products at Walgreens video. I love M.O.M!

  • thecreativelady 4 years ago

    It’s royalty free that I purchased from SmardSound. It’s called “Bankhead to Buckhead” from the NuSkool cd. The tunes can be pricey but they usually run specials for the royalty free music. It has become the signature tune at this point. I put on my makeup yesterday, Saturday, for the first time since I’ve been using it. I could tell the difference in my makeup. I was shiny by mid day. Actually, it’s the same makeup in this video too. I love M.O.M!

  • VickyVue 4 years ago

    o.k. the music was bumpin’, I keep forgetting to ask who that is girl, also, wow! who knew that M.O.M. could be used as a primer, miracles never cease!

  • thecreativelady 4 years ago

    Regarding the Makeup Finishing Sprays, it’s been my years of experience with Model in a Bottle that it does keep my makeup in place. My makeup application remains ‘fresh looking” all day. Now I hesitate to say that it’s white shirt tested. But it does what I need it to do: keep me looking fresh all day. And for that, I love it. Everything works differently for everybody.

  • thecreativelady 4 years ago

    This is my “get up & get to work, no fuss” look. I’m not chemist so someone else figured out that MOM and Monistat Chafing Gel mimics MAC Mattifying & other makeup primers. MOM is typically used to control oily skin which I do have. The Chafing Gel, from my own personal experience, made my skin feel velvety smooth. It’s a 1-2 punch. Perhaps it’s the lighting as I have florescent lights in my bathroom. Computer displays are different too. It does not look red at all in person.

  • Haitian1130 4 years ago

    Your makeup routine is very simple! I like that ELF gloss, it’s actually pigmented. Why do you use the MOM, isn’t the chaffing gel the actual primer. What does MOM do? Also, the foundation color is a little too red, or is it the camera? It does fit the perimeter of your face but on camera, the color seems too dark for the inner. Also, does that Model in a Bottle stuff really prevent foundation from transferring?