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    I'm not much of a make up person but when I do wear it I use nude by nature. Very light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    Thank you for that - heavy is what I don't want so it sounds like it'll be too much for me!
    Double Wear doesn't have to be heavy, you can build it like any foundation.
    There is a lighter Estée Lauder foundation (I have forgotten the name) but if you go to an Estée Lauder counter they will be able to help you find the right foundation.
    You will probably also need to buy a foundation brush if you don't already have one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alicia111 View Post
    Double Wear doesn't have to be heavy, you can build it like any foundation.
    There is a lighter Estée Lauder foundation (I have forgotten the name) but if you go to an Estée Lauder counter they will be able to help you find the right foundation.
    You will probably also need to buy a foundation brush if you don't already have one.
    I know you can build it up but I think it feels quite heavy compared to other foundations I've tried, regardless of the amount used.

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    Napoleon China doll is fab or Studio fix by MAC. It's so light but gives such great coverage.

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    I myself go for Arbonne and I really like the coverage without feeling it is heavy at all. My bottle lasted me about 18 months of almost daily use and application with a foundation brush. I think it's about $52 a bottle. The catch is, you have to find your local rep to purchase it. That is rather annoying.

    Otherwise I would definitely look at Napoleon or MAC. Urban Decay is arriving in Aus next week too (super exciting!) and whilst I don't know much about their foundation I love a lot of their other make up so it may be a good option to explore, too

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    Quote Originally Posted by atomicmama View Post
    I know you can build it up but I think it feels quite heavy compared to other foundations I've tried, regardless of the amount used.
    I think the other Estée Lauder one is perfectionist. I am using that one for the first time after using mineral make up which was making all my lines show up! I am liking it nice and light and you can build it if you want to.

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    Thin lizzy I bought it thinking it was just another gimmick but I use it daily now it looks natural is light and doesn't need to be worn with anything else except clothing of course

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    Absolutely love Wake me Up by Rimmel, have been using it for 3 years. Leaves my skin dewy not cakey but great natural coverage. Cheap as chips too, about $20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chooky79 View Post
    I love love love Napolean, it's a little above your $50 budget, I think it's $65 or $70, but it lasts forever, a little goes a loooooong way!
    I agree Napoleon for sure. I love it. Great coverage and you only need a little bit and it last for ages.

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