I think a better option would be to source the little trial kit from a shop (Target?) and maybe go from there?
I got a 5 piece kit from my Mum as an Xmas present and I quite like the products.
I'm a bit wary of these kind of advertisements where the encourage you to trial something for free.
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22-04-2013 14:59 #12Senior Member
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i find it ok... but just ok. i can tell the difference between that and a more expensive mineral make up. i won't buy it again.
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