Sukí • SukiColor - Tinted Active Moisturizer • Tinted Moisturizer
|Would buy this product again.||63%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I have oily skin, and I don't know why, but my skin does not get oily fast, when I use this product. But it does not cover that much. But I need it, my skin gets better and not so oily! Very nice.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
So my search for a natural/non-breakout causing TM continues... Skin was finally completely clear, started using this for 3 days and have 6 new little pimples (no I was not purging or detoxing). I looked at the ingredients online. Alcohol is third. Even if it is "sugar cane denatured with lavender" any product with alcohol is irritating, no matter how natural. Now I have a $50 bottle (which is outrageously priced) that will go to waste... bummer.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I have never used a tinted moisturiser and I like the idea so I bought this one in 'Natural'. I dont really like it that much. I find that it is really thick and very hard to spread correctly. I found the only way to do it is to put it on while my skin is still damp from toner and spread it really well. Even then i have to take a cotton pad and remove residue around my hairline and chin-line where it is noticeable (my mother once remarked that I hadn't rubbed my makeup in properly). I also dont think it does very much in terms of covering up blemishes/dark spots/scars etc. Yes it smooths the skin a bit but I still have to apply my regular mineral powder over top which I wouldve done anyway. Overall this product hasnt worked for me and I am painstakingly working through it but would not buy it again. Having said that, I like a lot of the other Suki products and use the Transforming cleansing clay regularly as a blemish treatment and love it!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
pros: amazing ingredients, more of a treatment cream rather than make up, make up part is a bonus, it goes on very smooth, suitable for very dry skin, very plump and moist, great glow color. although it doesnt say on the package, this has natural sunscreen ingredients in it as well. good for dry skin
cons; pricey, limited in color swatch, only 3 main colors. porcelain, natural, and dark.
not suitable for oily skin.
for those who are concern with good ingredients, this is the best i have found.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I wanted to like this product, but I'm more inclined to physicians formula organic tinted moisturizer. This TM was very expensive. The color in natural was way off, it made my skin look very orange and oily. I tried to make it work, but it just ain't workin. I would try this this porcelain but I'm not porcelain colored... I wish they would improve the quality of this because I love the ingredients!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
HIgh quality tinted moisturizer with medium coverage for fair (in Porcelain) skin tones. I personally have tried MANY high-end TM's (Laura Mercier, Bobbi Brown, Hourglass) and prefer this over any of them. I happened to find this at an organic grocery store and since have been impressed with many Suki products. This stays on all day (though I have dry skin right now) and covered my red/irritated skin very well. I don't think it would cover blemishes very well however and would require a separate concealer. Expensive but really the cost is about the same as other TM's purchased at Sephora or a department store.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
This is so much better than the other tinted moisturizer that i've tried- the No7 Triple Protection Tinted Moisturizer. While the No7 was greasy and orange, this one is the opposite. The color "Porcelain" may be a tad light for me, but overall it matches well. I love the finish it gives- not matte, but not dewy. It looks like a second skin when you put it on, and although the coverage isn't full- what do you expect from something labeled as a tinted moisturizer? My skin is fairly clear most of the time, so I love the way this looks. My skin tends to get oily during the day, even while I wear this, but this isn't due to the TM, that happens to my skin whatever I wear. Only downside is the price, lack of spf in the product, and the crap color selection. There are only three shades available- Porcelain, Natural, and Bronze. Please bring out more, suki! d
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
This is so much better than the 100% Pure Tinted Moisturizer. The consistency is very thin yet it still has decent coverage, but looks extremely natural like your own skin. If you have a lot of blemishes, don't expect this to cover them.. after all, this is a tinted moisturizer, not a foundation. But for a tinted moisturizer, I have to say that this covers really well. It doesn't do much for blemishes, but covers up pores & redness really really well! I have light-to-medium skin (leaning towards light) with slight yellow undertone, and Porcelain is a perfect match for me. The packaging has its pros and cons because while the pump is hygienic and the frosted glass is attractive, the glass is slightly heavy and it has a risk of breaking if you are not careful, so you can't really carry this around in your purse. The Willow Bark Extract is a natural form of Salicylic Acid, so it's good for those who are acne prone. Although it's a bit pricey, I would buy this again because it is the best tinted moisturizer I've found and I expect this to last a very long time, since you only need half a pump to cover your entire face.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This works best with a thick moisturiser. It took a couple of attempts to get it right. It doesn't give full coverage but is very natural looking.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This moisturiser feels soothing and nourishing as soon as I use it, almost feels like a healing effect on my sensitive skin.A little goes a long way- mixes in nicely with my other moisturisers and foundations to give a barely there, dewy-glow look. Great for everyday use on sensitive skins.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
Suki tinted moisturizer works wonders on the skin, providing natural looking coverage that flatters all skin tone. I am asian and I have a fair tone with some yellow undertones. I use the moisturizer in natural and it works well with my color. I mix a pump of the tinted moisturizer with a pump of the intensive brightening cream my face is gorgeous with a healthy glow. It comes off easily with soap & water & does not clog the pores. Just a heads up, it does melt off a bit as the day progresses, and depending on where you are (I travel between the states and asia, and it melts off faster in more humid areas). It may be a bit pricey, but its something that going on your face and into your pores.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I thought I was going to love this and wore it for a few nights, then today I wore it during the day and got a look at myself in the mirror while I was getting my hair cut. OUCH!
It was very, very yellow and cakey looking. NO moisturizing properties at all.
It also dries really, really fast, so when you're putting it on, you better move fast so it can spread for you.
I think the colors are all really yellowish. My skin looks dry and yellow. It's going back.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I absolutely love this tinted moisturiser. I have it in porcelain and its a perfect daytime makeup. Doesn't break me out, feels comfortable and makes the skin look lovely. Such a nice product! Saying this if you want your skin to look 'perfect' you might need to add some concealer if your skin isn't flawless. I have difficult acne prone skin and this seems to work well for me--no spots. My skin is medium pale and this is a good colour for me.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Medium Eyes: Hazel
Okay, to break this down:
As a tinted moisturiser: 5*
As a product I would use everyday (i.e. a light/med foundation) by itself: 3*
As a base mixer with mineral foundation: 5*
Hokay. So i have been using this product for EONS and keep changing my mind.
My skin is fairly clear. I get the odd cluster of spots especially on my chin (hormonal) that I have the habit of turning into raging plukes and scabs. My skintone can be quite uneven as well.
I bought a full size bottle of this in 'Natural' after trying a sample sachet. I don't know if I had been heavily drinking that week. Though 'natural' isn't a horrendous colour match for me, it is too dark to be totally invisible and matching my neck/chest in any vague way, which became more apparent as the weather got warmer and necklines got lowers.
In order to obtain a tinted moisturiser coverage I had to use far too much to get a match, though the finish was lovely and the coverage what I would expect from a TM, hence the 5*
However, I prefer slightly more coverage. I had been struggling for a while to achieve the perfect DIY tinted moisturiser, none of my moisturiser seemed to gel well with my mineral makeup.
I've discovered that roughly equal parts Suki TM and my regular shade of mineral makeup (Barefaced Beauty) mixed corrects the shade of the Suki TM and gives the required coverage.
The sides of my face can look slightly powdery but I feel this may be more to do with my downy face fluff than the makeup as on my cheeks the effect isn't visible.
Whilst the product is quite expensive, the ingredients have been good for my skin and I'm happy with the product. The amount I use indicates that the Ł22 bottle will last a long time
Once my bottle of Suki has run out, I will either repurchase natural and continue with my current method or I will try the newer, lighter shade called porcelain.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
The color Natural is just NOT natural for me - very red/orange and dark. - and somewhere around NC35-40 it appears. Very chalky finish and doesn't cover any small post acne spots or veins at all. The pump smooshes out way too much at a time.
Back to Dermstore you go!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
First of all, let me tell you that in the past I have used two of the best foundation brands out there. Shiseido and Lily Lolo.
My skin is extremely sensitive, very acne prone, and I need hydration because I am not 20 anymore.
My skin tone is quite rare as well: I am mixed race. I have always found high quality foundations but never my exact skin tone.
Today I bought SUKI in Whole Foods. I choose the "natural" shade, It is just PERFECT.
I have never, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever found anything like this. It really looks like I have no make up on. The willow extract (salycilic acid) and all those good ingredients improve my skin while I'm wearing it, it is very hydrating, it is extremely easy to wear, my face is bright and I have even tried to make 3 different layers: I still look like I have perfect skina and no make up on.
My skin feels good: there is a very nice herbal scent, and my face doesn't feel like it's suffocating.
My oily skin isn't oily.
I cannot recommend enough this product. Pay attention: the "bronze" hue is really dark (almost African American) brown.
And the blush: OMG. There is no blush in the world that makes me look like I have no blush, still giving me very sexy pink cheeks.
worth the money. Suki, we'll be together forever.
(Sorry Lily Lolo, you are a cheaper alternative and sorry Shiseido, I thought you were the best. I'm in love now.)
I love looking like I did not spend one hour in front of the mirror, and I love how quick to apply these products are, mind you, using MY FINGERS.
Go to Whole Foods and buy it, people.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
***Update*** I just went online and Suki is finally offering a 3rd shade. It is lighter than Natural and is called Porcelain. I am excited to order. I will try to find a site with samples first, but if not will have to take a leap of faith and purchase. I had recieved samples of the Natual but it was just too dark, but the product felt amazing on the skin!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Total agree with the below review that Suki needs to start making a lighter shade of this. I love the texture and the way it feels on the skin, but the color is so off. I'm not even super fair, and this thing makes me orange. I tried blending it with a moisturizer and a light shade of powder. It helped a little, but in general, this can't be my daily TM unless I want to have a tanned look everyday.
Update: I bought the new lighter shade and unfortunately it is too light for me on its own. so I had to mix and match the two colors. I guess it is better than nothing
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
I ran out of my usual foundation and had a bottle of this at work that was sent to me as a promo so I gave it a shot. At first, I thought I hated it but now I actually love the color (natural) and texture — it leaves my skin hydrated, glowing and even.
One small problem — I noticed two small, very red bumps on my cheeks and had no idea what they might be from...I was googling "rosacea" and all these other things, not realizing it might be the 'all-natural' makeup.
I noticed another reviewer had the same thing...SO, I'm not sure what to do about it.....How annoying, bc I really liked the product, otherwise.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Other
So, i love the idea of natural products, and i love some stuff from Suki (e.g. the carrot serum), but it seems that i have a slight allergy to both their tinted moisturiser, and to the brightening cream. I have tried them a few times, hoping that i was mistaken, but no - it _is_ them. And my suspicion is that the white willow (willow bark) is doing this to me. "This" being little red spots (not pimples, just red patches on skin), especially around my eyes (even though i don't put that much around the eyes), and my eyes get slightly puffy. So - be careful, even if the product is natural, organic, and pack-full of good ingredients, it might still not agree with your skin.
(I believe i remember i had a similar problem with the aspirin mask, that's why my suspicion goes to the willow bark, so - i suppose - no brightening for me :-).