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on 9/28/2012 3:49:00 PM
More reviews by LeroyDuncan
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool
Hair: Brown, Relaxed, Medium
After reading multiple reviews and hearing good things about this product from so many people I really wanted to love this foundation.The gel consistency makes it easy to blend in seamlessly and the colour range seems fair for a DS brand. This foundation is clearly not for oily or combination skin. After a few hours, the foundation seemed to build up and "swell" almost in the areas where there was oil, powdering helped to stem this slightly but it still happens.If you have combination/oily skin, avoid this foundation. Normal to dry skin, I would expect this to be a dream foundation for you.
on 9/23/2012 9:13:00 AM
More reviews by yum_yum
Skin: Other, Other, Not Sure
Hair: Other, Other, Other
I hope this review helps those with skin tones similar to mine. I listed shades/brands that suit me, for reference (lighter shades = Winter, darker shades = Summer, a mix = in between seasons) and info about my age/skin type before giving the verdict on shades 55, 56 and 58. My usual colours: MAC Face and Body C4/C5 (my favourite, perfect match, HG!), Studiofix Powder C40 (NC foundations are too yellow).Bobbi Brown Warm Natural 4.5/ Honey 5 (Luminous Moisturising, Foundation Stick, Concealer, Oil-free Even Finish Compact, Oil Free Liquid). Both 4.5 and 5 are *very* warm and better for concealing / a brightening effect.Prescriptives Virtual Skin Level 4 Warm Tawny / Tawny (only in summer - Liquid, AnyWear)RCMA Color Process is Shinto 2 / 3. Ben Nye Creme P-12 Japanese / P-125 Tan Au Lait. Laura Mercier Foundation Powder No.5 (only in winter).Main Setting Powders: MAC Select Sheer NC40 loose / compact, Mineralize Skin Finish Natural Medium Plus / Medium Dark. Studio Careblend Medium Plus / Medium Dark.Skin-type:Dry/ pimple prone skin (age 37)No obvious lines Very clear because of retinoids. No need for heavy coverage. Some darkness under eyes, easily fixed with a touch of concealerBourjois Healthy Mix Serum:Worn with no SPF & no setting powder.Shades tried: 55 Beige Fonce, 56 Hale Clair, 58 Hale FonceCoverage of all is medium / high on my skin. (Concealer not required)Highly pigmented for an affordable brandFeels nice on my dry skinLightweight but nice finish (in texture) Lasts wellVerdict on colours:55: Much too light / ashy. Gives my skin a grey cast and is chalky pink. Makes me look 'bloodless'.56: The best of the three. But still not yellow enough and therefore somewhat 'light', slightly grey and rather flat.58: Very brown with ruddy undertones -- my husband says: "It looks like brown paint". My main issue: the sampled shades all make me look flat and lifeless. This is not an issue with foundations with more yellow tones. However -- too much yellow (MAC NC foundations) makes me orange. Hence I'd say my skin is on the warm side of neutral as opposed to the cooler side of neutral, if that makes sense. Someone who is roughly my colour but with a slightly cooler undertone (but less cool than NW 'cool') may possibly like the 56 Hale Clair.Pros: Lovely quality for the price Great coverage (imo)The closest match I have ever found in this price range (£10.99 for 30ml). Clear skin will require only a tiny amount for a beautiful, satin, non-drying finish. Doesn't irritate my sensitive skinCons & why I would not purchase for myself & reason for 1 lippie rating: Colour match is not right.Satin finish rather than dewyToo much coverage (for my needs)Hard to sheer out -- even my heavy professional creams are easier to manipulate because they don't 'set' as fast. That said -- if you find a colour match, do try Bourjois Healthy Mix Serum because, all things considered, it's a good product.
on 9/21/2012 6:18:00 PM
More reviews by Coffeeberry
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm
Hair: Black, Straight, Other
I was really hoping to love this foundation but I only... like it. I have combination skin but the majority of my face is intensely dry and flaky. Moisturisers do just enough to keep my skin from flaking but every time I've applied foundation the flakes will always show through and it can be incredibly frustrating. Unfortunately this Bourjois foundation doesn't do well with my problematic skin, so I'm really just writing this review to inform my fellow dry skin girls (and I'm talking really dry) that if you're looking for a foundation that erases this problem, this just isn't it. It by no means is a bad foundation though. It smells great, applies smoothly (and feels refreshing), has a decent light to medium coverage and wears decently, but I think it's for people who have somewhat dry to normal skin.
on 9/20/2012 12:59:00 AM
More reviews by teaelleyou
Skin: Combination, Tan, Neutral
Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium
Bourjois Healthy Mix Serum foundation, where have you BEEN all my life?? I've found you HG foundation. I am a NW35 and ordered shade 56 Hale Clair (or Light Bronze) from ASOS.com and it matches me very nicely, a tiny tiny bit too light, but I am a little extra tan right now b/c of summer and it wasnt noticeable at all. The texture is SO nice and light, but gives me an awesome airbrushed coverage that still looks completely natural. I am oily skinned and used this with a oil reducing primer and the Tarte Amazonian loose powder on top and had absolutely no issues. Highly highly recommend, was long lasting and comfortable to wear and was $18 from ASOS w/ free shipping. GO BUY IT NOW!!!
2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
on 9/5/2012 12:03:00 PM
More reviews by GoonerGirl
Skin: Combination, Olive, Not Sure
Hair: Black, Other, Other
My skin is generally combination/oily but this winter it was terribly dry and my usual matte foundation made it look terrible. I purchased the Bourjois Healthy Mix Gel Foundation because I'd heard it was very hydrating and great for dry skin. It certainly did the job, the texture was great and it was a light coverage foundation but certainly buildable. I got it in the shade 053 which matched my skin perfectly because it was yellow toned (which is a rareity in drugstore foundations). Im now a huge fan of BOURJOIS :D
on 9/2/2012 12:03:00 PM
More reviews by iheartmakeup01
Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium
I have very acne-prone skin and almost every product makes me break out! So, this foundation have clogged my pores and I got some whiteheads and bumps after using this. Fortunately, I returned it and got my money back.EDIT2: I decided to give it another try, after a year. I really wanted to love it but unfortunately, it's a fail for me. It leaves my skin soooooo oily, but not in a dewy finish, but yet oily. It's sad because the shade was perfect for me! Never found a shade like the 51 in other brands, fair with a yellow warm tint. I try to wear it with powder, but it does not work. I would not repurchase again.
on 9/1/2012 7:49:00 PM
More reviews by JennaMB
Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm
Extremely Impressed! I wear 53 but am considering going to 54 when Summer comes.This is a fantastic foundation for me, I have NC25 skin, fair olive skin that tans in the summer. I also have combination skin. For me this foundation was a great buy, the gel texture makes my skin feel moisturised and leaves a healthy appearance as opposed to a caked one. The finish is semi-matte which I believe is the most natural. The foundation is yellow toned similar to the NC MAC foundations, which is rare for chemist brands, the yellow tone is great for me because it picks up the natural tones in my skin and adapts when I get a bit tanned.Possibly for someone with more pink toned skin this could give a bit of a sallow appearance, but for warmer or yellow toned complexions, I think you'll be impressed with this foundation.I would say this is a light coverage foundation in terms of trying to cover blemishes and dark under eye circles, it is fantastic at evening out skin tone, don't let the light coverage deter you, I hate feeling naked and usually wear heavy finish foundations like studio fix and photo-ready but this actually improved my skin and I found myself more comfortable with not being so heavily "covered" all the time! I usually put this foundation on at 9am and finish up at 9pm after both uni and work and it stays in place. I usually will use powder on a day like this, however even without it I have still looked rather fresh. I feel that using a brush gets the most out of this foundation, although fingers are ok, it seems the brush really "works" the foundation and gets the best finish and coverage. PRO: doesn't make me break out, not tested on animals, looks natural!CONS: might not be suited to very oily skin
on 8/26/2012 1:33:00 AM
More reviews by Bicyclor
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
This is a great drugstore foundation!! My current favorite, blends flawlessly with a foundation brush but if you wanted to, it does work well with your fingers as well. Even though the colour selection isn't huge, I did mange to luck out with 52 Vanilla as 51 was a wee bit too pale for me. I like that it has yellow undertones in it, as with other foundations with pink tend to make my face look way too washed out, and seem to pull out the pink undertones in my skin. Not a pleasant contrast, a blushing ghost.It has a nice scent, doesn't bother my skin but I could do without it.I have a really oily T zone and then the rest of my face is kinda patchy dry so if I'm at work I'll need to blot my t zone once or twice a day. Not a huge deal.Really good staying power, I do use a powder overtop which helps. I'd say that I probably get a good 10 hours out of it. Feels so light on the skin, very fresh look without looking overdone. Price is okay, about $30 at shoppers. I wish you could tell how much was left in the container, doesn't have the visible pump system that the original healthy had which would of been nice.Not hugely buildable I'd say it has light coverage so a concealor would be necessary for any big blemishes, mild acne scarring it will cover.I can't believe they don't sell this in more stores, try it if you can!
on 8/21/2012 6:39:00 PM
More reviews by greylove31
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Having read all the great reviews on Healthy Mix, I decided to give it a try.I selected the shade by testing it in the store, putting a thick streak of Vanilla down one cheek and the same in Light Beige on the other. Both looked OK in the shop, but then I went to my car and checked in the rear view mirror to see in daylight and the beige one looked orange on me; the vanilla was a good match, so I bought Vanilla.Well, the colour really is a good match for my light skin with olive undertones. It goes on pretty nicely, it's quite a good foundation, doesn't cause any problems BUT doesn't really give me enough coverage unless I put on quite a lot of it (like, more than one pump) then I feel as though I'm wearing too much make up.I will use up the bottle I've got but this make up doesn't have enough pigment in it to give the coverage that I need...probably better for people who just want or need a light cover. The finish is good, not too matte, not too shiny and it does stay on pretty well also.Overall, a reasonably good foundation for the price but it doesn't transform the look of my skin.
on 8/18/2012 8:21:00 AM
More reviews by JackieOoh
Skin: Normal, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Other, Curly, Medium
I have this foundation in the colour 52 for 10 months now,and i use it quite often and there's still plenty of it left!!First of all i love the smell of it,it is just like Healthy Mix's foundation,secondly it gives me a light to medium coverage,enough to cover my redness and my small zits.It gives a natural finish,not too dewy but not at all matt,it stays on the skin for 8+ hoursBUT if i wear it for more than 8 hours it breaks me out.i also hate the packaging,i wish it was just like the original's.
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