I find this tricky to work with and I don’t find myself reaching for it often anymore. Some of my real life friends feel the same so I know it’s not me. About me: 40, normal skin, tone is light/medium cool and ranges nw20-30. I had this in 5.25 (medium cool) which was a good match as I’m very pink toned, but I get the small bottles ran out after months of trying to make this work, and I know have …Read more
I sampled this today in shade 5 and was impressed with the medium satin finish. It covered my pink cheeks but still allowed my freckles to peep through, which I liked. I can’t 5/5 it because foundation shows it’s true colors over time. I’d have to research it more to see if it oxidizes or causes breakouts.
When I first used this foundation, I was very ecstatic! I thought I'd found the *perfect* foundation, and I immediately took some selfies and told my friends what foundation I was wearing so that they could run out and buy it too! However, even though I truly did love and enjoy this foundation, it is also really expensive and I have since found other foundations I like just as much for …Read more
I like this foundation a lot, but I think it's too expensive and it also doesn't last on my skin very well...it just doesn't adhere to it. I ordered the mini-size from Sephora, which is $42 for just 0.6 oz of product. For an every day look, I use 2 pumps and dot it on my face, and then blend/buff with my Sigma F80 brush (I don't own a makeup sponge, so I can't speak to …Read more
For years I had an oily complexion and as a result was only attracted to a matte look on my face. However, as I've got older and now have combination skin, I realise that a matte look is aging. I'm Indian in ethnicity with medium dark tan complexion & wanted a foundation which added a glow/ plumpness to skin but provided enough coverage to blur melasma patches.