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    Maybe try using a primer before applying your foundation? I find this helps with longer wear

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    My favourite at the moment is not one I'm using personally, but one I'm using as a part of my make-up subject while doing Beauty Therapy. It's called Youngblood and it's freaking amazing. It's mineral foundation, and I would have never considered using powders on my face before this... I never liked powders. But this stuff is awesome, and doesn't even shine off on my oily face like most do.

    I'd like to buy some when my foundation runs out.

    ETA - this is using a primer and also another Youngblood product called Rice Setting Powder which helps absorb and crazy oils.

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    Lol I was just coming in to say youngblood, their products are all fairly natural.

    I don't like foundation, I think it makes women look older.

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    Instead of using foundation I like to use Clarins Beauty Flash Balm as a primer and then I just use Yves Saint Laurent's Radiant Touché Éclat around my eyes, nose etc (anywhere that needs a bit of light concealing/brightening). It feels so much nicer than wearing foundation, and is really easy to touch-up if need be.

    Otherwise for foundations that don't rub off I love Estée Lauder Double Wear or Double Wear Light. It really lasts, better than any I've ever tried.

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    Any Clinique one I find is great!

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    I've tried soooo many foundations and the one that I've stuck with the past couple of years is the covergirl and olay foundation.

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    I'm not much of a make-up person so I use Thin Lizzy, find it gives me colour without clogging my face, or making me feel like I'm wearing a make-up studio. I can add more over my eyes or cheeks to define too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    My favourite at the moment is not one I'm using personally, but one I'm using as a part of my make-up subject while doing Beauty Therapy. It's called Youngblood and it's freaking amazing. It's mineral foundation, and I would have never considered using powders on my face before this... I never liked powders. But this stuff is awesome, and doesn't even shine off on my oily face like most do.

    I'd like to buy some when my foundation runs out.

    ETA - this is using a primer and also another Youngblood product called Rice Setting Powder which helps absorb and crazy oils.
    I actually prefer the Vani-T mineral make up to youngblood, but the same i would never use powders usually but the powdered mineral make up is fantastic.

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    Mac studio fix here too. It actually looks better the next day if I go to bed without washing haha. I love it, I have the primer too and mac at DJs let me try a sample pot before I bought to make sure colour etc was right for me


 

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