64% would repurchase
on 6/12/2018 8:33:00 AM
More reviews by xygkas
I have al2ays wanted bright skin, being from a Mediterranean background I always envied the Europeans ,asians for their bright white skin,I thought I will never have such beautiful bright skin
thats until I discovered this cream
in use with their white pear infusion I
now can too have wonderful bright white clean skin.
I can't believe I have spend so many $$$ on skin care that does not work.
** ladies,if you want beautiful bright clean skin **
this is the one,together with their white pearl infusion you will see your skin transform into something beautiful.
i know it's pricey but it's all worth it.
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on 6/6/2018 2:34:00 PM
More reviews by Noddy00
If you really want to buy LP then the Radiance Cellular Cream is far better than this one. At the higher price range like LP I actually prefer Sublimage from Chanel and it feels far more luxurious!
on 5/26/2018 7:26:00 AM
More reviews by pkuyken
I have been using La Prairie Skin Cavier Foundation. And was intrigued when I got the email about this foundation in a cushion form. I went online to the LaPrairie website and chatted with on line helper and was delighted to find that my shade 10 Tender Ivory was matched to my skin cavier foundation. I hve tried the product two ways.. a very light application under my regular foundation as well as a medium application on its own. I used the on line video and followed the instructions.. like every La Prairie product I own, a little goes a very long way.I have acne scarred very fair skin with some hyper pigmentation from sun damage . I have fine lines . This foundation provides a very nice blur and smooth look to my skin, and smooths into my hair line with out creeping on to my white hair. I like that you can put the compact into its blue pouch that comes with it and carry it along on my work day. But I didn’t need to retouch. It looks better as the day wears on. No visible oxidation,.I get compliments on my skin when using this foundation. It allows me to just use my La Mer Face underneath, no need for a primer. As I curate my minimal make up less than 10 items I use daily, La Prairie is the go to for foundation, cream blush , powder eyeshadow . All double duty to not only look good, but improve my skin.
8 of 8 people found this helpful.
on 5/12/2018 9:11:00 AM
More reviews by HumanBarbie
This is a very uniquely textured powder, it's almost creamy which I can imagine would be great for mature skin. I would not recommend this to anyone whose skin is on the oily side and prefers a matte finish that lasts all day; it mattifies my normal skin type enough for my liking, even over sunscreen. I would say that color number 1 is not completely transparent, so it might not be ideal on snow-white skin in the winter months; I find that it makes my NC15 skin look a little more tan than I am, but not so much so that it doesn't match. The smell is pretty strong for a powder, I happen to enjoy the signature La Prairie scent but you might not.
2 of 2 people found this helpful.
on 5/11/2018 11:41:00 PM
More reviews by Catrin
I’m nc10 and I owned the LP pressed “foundation” in Ivory. It is extremely dense so it took me about 2 years to finish it off although I did not use it daily. It is very demanding to the condition of the skin - it did accentuate dry flakes and was quite tricky to use if I needed to conceal little smth as I found I couldn’t really layer it , incl. on top of a concealer, as it caked and stood out from the rest of the face never blending in. And it did look powdery if I went “heavy handed”. A bummer, bc I bought it as a “foundation” marketed as having decent coverage - which it does not. Alone, I’d say it gives light coverage at the most, preferably even “sheer” for a more natural non-powdery finish. Light-midway medium coverage is imo only achievable with a “sticky” moisturizer, medium - with a foundation underneath. So, my experience with it is a) using it alone when the skin is perfectly hydrated, on its best behavior, with nothing to conceal - it then gives a nice polished satiny finish and holds up rather well for hours; b) on top of a liquid “sticky” product - but risking streaks/blotches and creasing in expression lines. In any case, although it surely is a “base” product, I can’t ever call it “a foundation” in its current sense of the word. A pretty good, finelly milled talc-based satiny mattifying non-translucent powder it is. Hence, the 4 lippies because, although imo mismarketed, it was a quality product. Not foolproof, btw. (quite cakeable) - but really in line with the like (eg Chanel vitalumiere pressed).The shade had a light neutral-ish peachy undertone which opalesced to cool in a certain lighting (which was a bit ethereal and rather flattering). As far as I rememder all the 3 shades they make were peachy to a more or lesser extent. There aren’t really shades for warm (yellow-tone) complexions or when warm-based shades are advised (rosacea or other reddness that needs balancing out with yellower-based products).Didn’t seem to irritate however I never noticed any sooting or skin-bettering effect. I couldn’t EVER master the wet sponge application - and oh I tried. It was hot mess. Idk. I got a MUFE #110 (a dense softest straight kabuki marketed for liquid products) specially to use with this powder instead of the sponge/puff. It kinda worked as well as this powder “foundation” could perform. A fluffier kabuki (the Mufe #124) applied it sheer as a regular matte powder. The sponge that goes with the compact is made of a latexy stuff similar to the beautyblender, it is not the flocked type; and it was imo pretty unusable.The compact was nice, a good quality plastic that didn’t really scratch during use and was light enough for travel.
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