Youngblood • Loose Natural Mineral Foundation • Foundations
|Would buy this product again.||69%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I absolutely LOVE this foundation. I used to be a die hard liquid foundation fan but decided I needed to be more conscious about the chemicals I put on my skin. I tried a few other brands but have found this to be the best. It gives me smooth, even, medium to full coverage. How you apply it is everything and practise makes perfect. If you feel like its too cakey just spritz yourself with a hydrating mist and you are good to go.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Other Eyes: Other
AMAZING!!! Im 19 have oily skin and occasionally break out pretty bad. This make up is flawless, I cant fault it. People who find it doesn't work usually don't prep their skin well enough before hand for this product. It does require some primer or rice setting powder underneath. The way this foundation applies is really strange, it applies like a liquid not minerals. I use my small kabuki brush and buff into my skin all over. It looks flawless on my skin. All of the products on this line are so amazing I have all 5 foundations and I cant fault them. They are all so different yet work really well. I will admit they work better if you use other youngblood products with them but what products don't?
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium Brown, Cool Hair: Black, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I have been using this product for about 2 years. I think it's a great product it doesn't really break me out, you just need to make sure when you go to bed that you wash it off. It gives great coverage and hides imperfections very well. I use this on top of my liquid foundation by YoungBlood and a combination of the two give me great results.
I'll continue to buy this product.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I have been converted! As someone who has less-than-perfect skin, I used to always go for heavier products - liquid/cream/stick foundation followed by MAC Studio Fix (NC25). My skin is on the oily side so by midday, I look like I have no makeup on - just a messy, oily face that felt dirty and heavy. I came across the Youngblood range by accident. I had taken my daughter to a waxing appointment and while I was waiting for her I started playing around with the products on the Youngblood stand. The colours appealed to me so I went back for a consultation. I was sold! I have been using this foundation for almost one year now and I doubt I will ever go back to "mainstream" foundation. The coverage is not heavy but imperfections seem to just blend away. No need to touch up during the day - just a quick buff with my kabuki brush and the oil is gone. I also experience less breakouts. The colour Soft Beige is perfect for me - as if it has been custom made for my skin tone! This product is very expensive, but, it does last a while. The only other negative is that touch-ups can be messy because it is a loose powder, but, I am happy to live with that.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I have been on the hunt for a good mineral powder after changing from full coverage liquid foundations which were always causing me breakouts. I have found all the products I've tried look awesome for about an hour then start to shine on my chin area(I've learnt no matter what I do this is goin to happen, it's just the way my skin is) youngblood really does hold up well throughout the day, even with regular touch ups it doesn't go cakey or dull looking I just buff the shiny spots in again and it's great. I would say this is pretty much full coverage but I do need concealer on deep acne scars. This is a lot more natural looking and has really cleaned my skin up( to the point for the 1st time in ages I've got no current breakouts just scarring) I would recommend this for dry to combination skin as this is my skin type and it works great for me :)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I like this mineral foundation. It has medium to fullish coverage, by that I mean it will even out skin tone but won't hide acne scars or very dark spots. The finish is the best part about this foundation, even though its a powder foundation it doesn't look powdery. There is something about this foundation that is slightly luminous so you don't necessarily need to finish with a setting spray to take away the powdery look. It also feels a bit creamier than most powder foundations. I wear this in barely beige which is about NC20-25 in MAC terms. The colour range is pretty extensive and they make it easy for you to choose by dividing the colours into light, medium, dark etc and indicating the undertones. The only thing I'm not crazy about is the price and that on my particular skin (I have very large pores), this powder foundation doesn't do much to hide texture imperfections.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
My everyday makeup luckily I have a supplier that can deliver it cheaper otherwise id still be searching! Haven't found a better mineral makeup yet and have tried almost all brands and even made my own! I think the colour range helps and the quality is very very good, if u get the if right colour match you won't oxidize like every other mineral product on the market
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I got this as a gift, and so when I ran out of my regular powder, I thought I would try it out...
It's horrible, really.. The coverage is really good, but after about 1/2 an hour, it just looks messy, which is a shame cause I actually liked it when I first put it on. The worst thing about though, is the fact that it comes off on everything!! White shirts, paper, my phone.. this stuff was everywhere. Def. not worth the amount of money it costs!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I've been hunting for something to replace my beloved discontinued colorstay powder foundation (remember the one that used to twist a brush out? holiest of holies!). So, tried this and it's... well it's interesting.
It's creamy in a way that it's not wet or cold, but the way it applies is like it wants to be smoothed and swept on not buffed into the skin. I was swirl tap buffing for a bit before I realized it just needs to be swept on. For this reason, please PLEASE do not use this with a kabuki brush and leave a bad review, use a cream product brush or even a regular foundation brush would be ideal. No stippling, no beauty blenders, only things that "sweep". Got it? Moving on.
It gives solid medium coverage. I have dark spots, but I want to only veil my skin, and this does that. It doesn't look powdery, but it does look like you did a little something something. Does collect in dry patches, but try the following. Finishing sprays, fix plus, and even just water make this stuff look like *skin* to me! Like veiled, natural, slightly less blemished but not flawless or airbrushed skin. It's very "I'm having a good skin day" and less "I put on makeup today" you know? That said, I think it's overpriced. None of the ingredients are expensive and the container isn't massive. I bet it cost maybe 7 dollars to produce each foundation! Ha! But, what can I say, it's much better than any of the others on the market.
The shade match is just brilliant for me. However, I've seen the beauty professors blog where she had the wrong shade at first and then the right one... you want the RIGHT shade in this!
best best BEST reason to get this and not some 12 dollar liquid foundation? IT DIDN'T TRANSFER! As a lady of color, when I get brown foundation on a white shirt, that shirt is done. DONE. I have clothes where liquid foundations have migrated down to the BACK of my neck and stained there?! And you know that ick where you touch white paper with your hands and SOMEHOW your foundation is all over the page? Like, when was I even touching my face, y'know? NONE OF THAT! I put this on my face. I applied it heavily. It's still not anywhere but my face. Right now, I'm laying my face on a faux fur blanket. Nothing, as far i can tell. That's HG status right there. 44 dollars to save oh so many cute blouses, hats, pillows, and printed reports? I think its worth it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I have worn YB mineral powder for several years, as well as sold the product (which ofc included matching clients and applying it). My skintype is dry:dehydrated with occasional flakes on the nose area, and a slightly oily t-zone. I also have rosacea on my nose.
First of all, this is *supposed* to be non-clogging so I highly recommend it to people with acne - also because it offers VERY good coverage when applied correctly! The coverage varies by how much you put on and how.
For light coverage: use a large kabuki, or fluffy brush to apply one layer.
For heavier coverage: use a smaller, denser kabuki/powder brush and apply extra layers.
The powder will look dry and powdery at first, but in a couple of minutes it will "melt" into the skin and look more natural. For best, most seamless results really press the product into the skin while moving the brush in small cirkles.
I do not recommend this product if you have flaky skin, and it can be a bit tricky if you have very large pores (although both problems can be helped with skincare/the right primer). However, it's very comfortable to wear, easy to variate the coverage (fun fact: it was designed to cover scars and such after cosmetic surgeries), one powder lasts a long time (usually 6-9 months) and the result is very naturallooking AND longlasting so I HIGHLY recommend it if you don't have overly dry/dehydrated skin (I still use it on non-flaky days). Overall, I've found this to be very close to the perfect foundation for most people who don't have problems with flaky/dehydrated skin :)