Sue Devitt • Triple C-weed Whipped Foundation • Crème
|Would buy this product again.||58%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Not impressed at all...this is supposed to be for dry skin types? Not only did it leave my face looking chalky and feeling slightly taught it made me break out badly. SD also has a poor color selection IMHO. Why I ever doubted Chantecaille I don't know.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal Hair: Brown Eyes: Other
I may very well have found my Holy Grail foundation...
First, the bad. This stuff doesn't smell very good. The scent fades, but it's reminiscent of stinky self-tanner. Not too pleasant, but I wonder whether it's just the sample I have? I find that when I apply it over fragranced moisturizer, I don't notice the odor so much, so maybe it counteracts the smell. Anyhow, onto the good...
First, this foundation does not sink into my pores, which I'm very happy with - many foundations I've tried lately do this, and it drives me up a wall, seeing little foundation dots in all of my pores. This is very blendable, and that alone makes a purchase worth it for me. It doesn't sit on my skin and smear around, nor does it sink right in too quickly, making blending difficult. I usually floof a bit of powder over it to set it, but I don't really need to - it looks great by itself. Second, it seems very moisturizing. I have very normal skin, maybe slightly dry in winter, but I like rich creamy moisturizers and foundations. This foundation keeps my skin hydrated all day without looking greasy. It also has a lovely texture - *exactly* what I've been looking for: a little more viscous than a liquid, but not as heavy and thick as a cream compact. Third, despite some shady-sounding reviews, I've found a perfect shade. I wear MAC NC25, and I usually find myself between foundation shades in most lines. Tanami is perfect - I don't notice the oranginess that others have observed. Finally, the coverage is also exactly what I've been looking for - initially sheer, but buildable with natural results - resulting in a complexion that is even, and reasonably pore-free - I think a foundation primer would make it look flawless.
In conclusion, if you've been disatisfied with most foundation formulations out there, I recommend giving this a try.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
I'm thrilled with this foundation. It is sheer, not at all greasy and does not deaden the look of skin leaves a natural clean finish that lasts and has a pleasantly smooth texture.Tanami matches me perfectly.I do think the colours run a little darker than usual and I'm not keen on the jar. But still 5 lipsticks worth. (BTW I have combination skin. I can't see this working for very dry skins).
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Normal Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I'm surprised to read so many reviews commenting that the lightest shade, Quiet and Still, is too dark. For me, and I'm quite fair, my skin looked pasty with this shade; however, once I took it back to Sephora and exchanged it for the next shade darker, Tamari, It simply disapeared into my skin and gave me a light, dewy-but-not-greasy look that sets up well with a light powder finish. It does not break through in my T-Zone, a distinct plus. I do not like the packaging, chiefly because the oil tends to separate and need a good stir, but also because so little is needed that even with a brush it is too easy to pick up more than you need. I recommend keeping the original film cover in place; you can use what adheres to that rather than dip into the jar.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry Hair: Red Eyes: Green
i was pleased with everything about this foundation except for the color...the lightest one is just too dark for me. i used a foundation brush, it went on smoothly and i found it worked well with my dry skin. if the color was right, i'd be happy...
Age: Unknown Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
This is the worst high-end foundation I have ever used. It comes in a little jar and feels like fast-drying paste as you try to put it on. The worst part is that the lightest shade available, Quiet & Still, is entirely too dark and yellow-based for anyone with PPP skin. It is really a medium shade, and the MA was shocked when I took this back to Sephora to find that it is the lightest shade Sue Devitt makes. Weird formula, even weirder color. Warning: do not buy this online--try before you buy to save yourself the hassle.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
Well, I really wanted to LOVE this product but I just cant say that I do. I have normal to dry sensitive skin and unfortunately this caused a couple of breakouts....which I havent had in a long time! Maybe it was the seaweed? The consistency was great however, the coverage was wonderful too. So, if you are not sensitive this really could be a wonderful product for you....just not for me!