Foundation - recommendations.

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  1. Snail

    Snail Full Member


    Can anyone recommend a foundation thats goes on easily and it good for covering up spots and blemishes? When i get hormonal spots they tend to scar for a while afterwards (even when left alone and not squished) and need something good to cover them up!

    Thinking of visiting one of the posh counters in debenhams or selfridges.
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  3. ls25

    ls25 Member

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    I have quite sensitive skin and I like biotherm. I used to use Clinique.

    I get my foundation from eBay - it's much cheaper.
  4. Snail

    Snail Full Member

    Thanks, i was thinking of treating myself to some clinique, Is it good then?
  5. debz32

    debz32 Gold Member

    I love Elizabeth Arden, flawless good coverage and stays put !!

    one of my clients told me bout a website.....where all products are £1.50....have a quick look....

    Shop Eyes Lips Face

    Debz xx
  6. Snail

    Snail Full Member

    thanks will have a lookie!
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  8. Sambucca

    Sambucca Gold Member

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    Virgin Vie have some excellent foundations, but my fave is the one step face base, which is a compact, applied with a sponge that gives perfect coverage. Costs £14.25 and refills are available for I think £11. I am a consultant so feel free to contact me if you need any further info
  9. xxktxx

    xxktxx Member

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    Only just caught up with this thread but I recently switched from Clinique's Soft Finish Make-up to the Bodyshop's Flawless Finish Foundation. I never thought I would ever switch from Clinique but I don't think you can beat this new bodyshop product. It's also nearly £4 cheaper.
  10. vicky82

    vicky82 Meh

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    For me nothing beats Estee Lauder Double wear, as long as its applied with a brush!
  11. paris192

    paris192 Full Member

    clinque is a great foundation- lt really looks natural and stays on all day without the oil painting look. Try at one of the big stores and get the girls on the counter to make u up....... ul end up buying the shop !!!
  12. lauramumof2

    lauramumof2 Full Member

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    I like the avon minerals powder that you just dust on. I was rather sceptical at first but im won over now.
  13. hottot

    hottot Full Member

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    i think i light reflecting one is best as it wnt crust over the spots...i use clinique gentle light make up!!! a gd green toned conceler also will take the redness out ure period spots......dnt chose a heavy foundation otherwise ull look cakey!!!! reflect the light x
  14. urbancookie

    urbancookie Full Member

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    I use either Loreal mineral powder for evening's or No7 intelligent foundation for day wear both very light on your skin and feel's great..♥♥
  15. Tegan

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    Bobbi Brown is the be all and end all for foundations!

    It is very expensive (at £23 for a full size bottle) but they are 2 years from opening to throw away, and I have had mine for a year and a half already, and there's still loads left. I probably wear it 4 days a week.
  16. chocolate_baby

    chocolate_baby New Member

    I think mineral foundation is the best.They have sheer to full coverage and even you have layers on, they will still look very natural on you. I have tried Signature Minerals and Everyday Minerals. Love both of them :)
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