£3.00 per 10ml
Beautycard Points: 8 points
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Undetectable coverage liquid Foundation
Unbelieveably light, undetectable finish.
Aqua ((Water) Eau) · Cyclopentasiloxane · Dimethicone · Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate · Glycerin · Titanium Dioxide [Nano] · Trimethylsiloxysilicate · Boron Nitride · Phenyl Trimethicone · Disteardimonium Hectorite · Tocopheryl Acetate · Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate · Niacinamide · Hydrolyzed Oat Flour · Lecithin · Hydrogenated Jojoba Oil · Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract · Hydrogenated Jojoba Oil · Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract · Phytosteryl Canola Glycerides · Palmitic Acid · Oleic Acid · Phytosphingosine · Ceramide 6 Ii · Cholesterol · Linoleic Acid · Ceramide 3 · Tocopherol · Ceramide 1 · Triolein · Sodium Lauroyl Lactylate · C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate · Dimethicone/Peg-10/15 Crosspolymer · Alumina · Silica · Sodium Citrate
Size (30) Unit (ML) Height (1) Width (1) Depth (1)
Glass bottle can be recycled
First time purchase after years of using Maybelline foundation of varies sorts. Decided to buy this after watching a youtube review and was glad I did. Was hoping to find a light-medium foundation for daytime use and will continue using this for those reasons until I find something better. Its easy to apply, with either fingers or brush/sponge, can only visibly see you are wearing foundation from very close up so has a great natural appearance (if you get the right colour that is) and provides a nice matte look when finished with powder. Downsides are its quite watery, there isn't a pump so you have to pour it out and this can get a little messy, may need two applications and powder finish to acquire proper coverage. May also require concealer for bigger imperfections i.e. spots. Would recommend for those who don't want heavy looking foundation and normal skin type. Be careful if you have very oily or very dry skin areas as this product wont flatter them. If you want a dewy appearance, this probably isn't for you either.
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