Estee Lauder • Resilience Lift Extreme Ultra Firming Cream Compact Makeup • Crème
|Would buy this product again.||46%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
Good for dry, dull skin. I didn't notice any "lift" or "firming" action, but I'm not an old lady (yet!) either. The color selection is quite nice and I was happy to find a pale shade with pink undertones, called "shell". It leaves a nice glow to the skin and responds well to most powders. The color doesn't darken or fade however the product does tend to rub off/melt off after about 5 hours even with powder. It lasts a decent amount of time which makes the price not too bad. The coverage is really nice, it masks pores beautifully and hides blemishes well enough. Never looks cakey or dry. Very versatile and can be built up to full coverage or sheered down. The lady at Sears told me they use it on their models for photoshoots. It would easily become my HG foundation if only it lasted longer and persevered better through bad weather.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I am glad that this makeup didn't have a radiant finish on me. Nothing says Old Lady more than a luminous face that showcases wrinkles in my opinion. This had a more natural finish, which I loved. I didn't even need a loose powder over this. It had nice sheer to medium coverage based on application and wasn't at all streaky if applied with care. Unfortunately, it laid on top of my skin no matter how little or great the amount of moisturizer or serum I used. I tried two colors and it looked like I was wearing makeup with both. I was surprised that PB had it on her top list of foundations for dry skin not just because it didn't really hydrate, but also because it looked too obvious as it didn't melt into the skin.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I got a sample of this creme makeup in a compact. The color, 2C1 Linen, was fine, but the formula is too heavy for my combination skin, even in the cooler months. I wouldn't purchase it for myself.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
I'm 27 but I have really dry and sensitive skin with rosacea. I'm Asian with light-medium undertone, and 2w1 dawn is the perfect match for me. This is not a cream-to-powder compact; it has a satin finish and is moisturizing. It covers every flaw and looks absolutely amazing. I love the healthy glow it gives to my dry and dull complexion; and I also love that it's so easy to use. I used up one case last summer and now I plan to go back to it. The only draw back is that it rubs off; but this happens with every moisturizing cream foundation that I've tried. I'll recommend this to whoever has dry skin but wants your skin glow.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Hazel
i love the cream, i not using the sponge go with it, i use my own. i have really really have a dry skin in winter and oily in summer
The fact is I just got this for chirstmas, event i use 2 diffrent moisture but i put this on my skin look completely dry up ( nasty look) but after 2 hrs it's turn out great. SO, beware for this product if you try to go somewhere put on the foundation or cream at list 2 hrs before then put on your makeup after that will give you amarzing look. I love it but not gonna buy it again because waste too much time to waiting for the rigth look.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I received a sample of this cream makeup. Although it provides great coverage, it is not moisturizing enough for my very dry skin. I think it would work well for someone whose skin is normal to oily who wants coverage.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
After the Minute Makeup Stick was discontinued, I decided to stick with Estee Lauder because I liked my other foundation so much. However, the experience took a wrong turn. The lady at the counter matched the makeup to my skin tone. When I got home, the makeup was SO dark! I paid almost 35 bucks for a piece of junk. Will not be repurchasing.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
I am 50, with drying skin, but I used to be oily. Overall, I like this product, but I doubt I would buy it again. It is too pricey not to be a miracle product. I found a very good color match in Linen, which really helped to neutralize my ruddiness. The texture is very light, smooth, and not at all greasy, with an SPF 15. Those looking for very dewy textures might want to look elsewhere. It reminds me a lot of BB stick fndtn, only this is in a compact. Coverage is good when layered. I have an issue with the packaging. The sponge is under the makeup and is hard to get at without digging at the product by accident. I loved this a lot until I checked out my face near a window, at noon, with a hand held mirror. The smooth coverage I thought I had turned a bit cakey, and the product emphasized every fine line, every pore (recall I used to have oily skin most of my life!), and every fine hair on my face. It morphed from Princess Bride to Bride of Frankenstein, by magnifying every flaw. I quickly sponged it down with a fresh sponge. I lost some coverage, but at least it looked more smooth.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
This is a great foundation, I have very dry skin with rosacea - and not all that dry, except that because of using metrogel it ups the ante on difficulty using foundation.
I think I like using the Oil Free Tinted-Moisturizer first, but this certainly isn't very moisturizing (Laura Mercier's) and so far I am using the LM Translucent Loose powder over it, but may have to change....but this Estee Lauder Foundation is the first of this line I have ever been able to wear, no yellow in the lightest, and great coverage. Very Natural looking !
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
Bought this foundation 2 months ago and I am still loving it. I have combination skin and was worried that it would be too moisturizing, but it's perfect for the winter months. Covers everything perfectly and you don't have to apply a lot. I rarely have to touch up throughout the day. I also like that you can't tell I have foundation on and it looks natural.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Dry Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
Anyone who is not in the market for a product for "more mature" skin should maybe think of buying something else, but I am a makeup junkie and love love love this finish and this make up, it makes your skin look perfect and it lasts all day.....Read about this in Allure Mag as being a great make up and does what it says so I went to purchase it and was shocked at how nice it stays and looks...Maybe my Holy Grail.....
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I just bought this new cream makeup from Estee Lauder this weekend. It's not a cream to powder makeup which I can't wear because my skin is too dry. However I don't like the way my skin looks or feels with this on. It feels rather dry. The color was good, but this is going back to Nordstroms asap. Futurist foundation from this line works a lot better for my skin. I think if your're normal-combo, slightly oily it would work for you. Very dry skin girls, save the receipt in case it does'nt work for you. It did not work for me, prefer futurist, chanel vitalimare, armani hydra-glo. Those foundations are more hydrating for me.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I've been looking for a cream compact foundation to carry with me on trips and also to just have in my purse for days when I am away from home all day and might need a touch-up. This foundation compact is new at Estee Lauder counters, and so I stopped to check them out. What impressed me immediately is the beautiful range of shades, although I do not think that super pale or darker complexions would find a good match here. Lauder divided the shades into cool, neutral, and warm, and they truly do fit those categories. The neutral is absolutely neutral! I am an NW20-ish and I was able to get a perfect match in the 2N1 Ivory Beige #10 shade. Each level of light-to-dark has all three of the skintones! Thank you Lauder! Ok now for the product itself. Don't even bother unless you have dry skin. This super-emollient cream is luxurious and moist. It smooths on evenly and is easy to blend out. I used a little tester sponge in the store, but I will undoubtedly use a beautyblender if I am applying this at home. The product has a very glowing and luminous appearance on the skin without being greasy-looking. In the store I was testing on bare skin so I did not have my usual primer on my face, just my Prescriptives serum. The foundation did not accent my pores, and when I tried it at home with the primer I usually use (Borghese Prima Viso) it looked even better. I may have dry skin right now, but after a lifetime of very oily skin, I still have the pores, so I need a primer. Dry skin ladies, you may find a perfect color match and a beautiful and comfortable, long lasting foundation if you try this Resilience cream foundation. I am impressed with the way it lasted all day, too, it did not change color even without primer. There was no uneven wear or caking or blotching, even around the nose area, and it did not feel sticky on my face. When I applied a little loose powder over the foundation, I was very pleased to see that it still remained luminous, the powder just melted in to the finish and didn't take away the effect of the glow! (the powder I used was Elizabeth Arden translucent pressed.) I'm impressed and would buy again.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
You younger ladies do not need this product, which is why it does not work for you. I do not know why you would even look into it, unless you are dry-skinned. This is NOT a cream-to-powder makeup, but a cream makeup made for ladies usually over 40.
I wear it in 1N1 Fair and it is absolutely lovely; hydrating, smooth, and almost my exact skin colour. For reference, I am a NW20. There are enough shades to suit almost everyone, and unless you are oily, you would certainly be able to wear it comfortably. It goes on like silk, covers just enough, and is hydrating for hours, even if you choose to wear a light film of powder on top.
It is a wonderful price being about $33.50 and some foundations are way more than that nowadays. It will last a long time; since it is a new product I cannot tell you how long, as it has not been around long enough yet. But a few dabs of it on your complexion will certainly boost your skin and make you look almost perfect!
It comes in a classy, dark blue case with gold on it and has a little sponge applicator and holder on the bottom (with holes so that you can rinse and dry your sponge hygienically) with the compact cream colour on the top. There is a mirror included inside the top lid.
This is a gorgeous product for its type and price. If you are old enough to wear it; go get one!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Unfortunately, I found this creme to feel way to heavy for me. I had wandered to the Estee Lauder counter over at Dillards in search of a decent replacement for my beloved EL Minute Stick. Why does EL keep getting rid of it anyway?? They discontinued it once and brought it back again just to take it away.....AGAIN. Sorry, I digress...The color selection for Resilience creme is great, I would think just about anyone can find a suitable shade. Maybe I am just a little picky because I absolutely HATE HATE HATE feeling like a have a mask on. I would rather walk around with every blemish and spot shining like a beacon in the night before trying to blanket them with a layer of makeup. And I never felt like the creme set on my face (you know, that sliding off your face feeling?) I am not saying this a terrible product, just not for me...**UPDATE**To Hopflowers comment about why we "younger women" would even try it?? Well let me tell you why, because I am dry skinned regardless of my age..Targeting older women is strictly a marketing tactic and I sure didn't have the EL rep refusing to sell it because I am not in the prime age category for the foundation. It's Still not for me sorry even with dry skin...