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    I use natio and love it. You can get it from priceline and it's inexpensive.

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    I used to use the Rimmel one and quite liked it but I have since discovered one that has similar coverage but is spf 50. I use it on weekends and for just caudal wear and use foundation for work, evenings out and daytime events.

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    I tend to use garnier as well. I tried the nude by nature one but I didn't like it. It was very thin in comparison to garnier and didn't achieve anywhere near the same sort of coverage.

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    My skin is too dry and bumpy so the Garnier and L'Oreal ones don't work on me also I'm very fair so its too dark.

    I gave up trying them after two failed trials

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    Another Garnier lover here. I use the one for oily/combination skin every single day. I find a small bit goes a long way and it gives me the exact amount of coverage I need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie Pallie View Post
    My skin is too dry and bumpy so the Garnier and L'Oreal ones don't work on me also I'm very fair so its too dark.

    I gave up trying them after two failed trials
    Smashbox do a good, fair coloured one

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    I use Smashbox too, really happy with it.

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    i think it depends on what you want to use one for - skin condition, coverage, skin type.
    I'm a cosmetics junkie and i've tried 4-5 of them, including one much praised asian one and none of them did anything I wanted them to! On my skin, it was a fancy, more expensive tinted moisturiser that slid off my face with the slightest sunshine, humidity or sweat. And there was only so many times I could touch up with powder before becoming cakey!

    For the record though, I have maturing skin - 35 ugh that's generally oily combination, fair (NW20 or B20) with quite a bit of redness around the cheeks and nose. I could never find a colour match that worked on me.

    But others love them!

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    I tried the Garnier one a while back. It felt & looked very thick on my skin (like how I wore when I was 16 lol!) Won't be buying again!

    I use Nude now - mineral foundation is much quicker to apply, feels light & looks more natural on my skin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blonde Assassin View Post
    I tried the Garnier one a while back. It felt & looked very thick on my skin (like how I wore when I was 16 lol!) Won't be buying again!

    I use Nude now - mineral foundation is much quicker to apply, feels light & looks more natural on my skin.
    They changed their BB cream at some point. The older version was quite thick where as the newer one is much thinner by comparison.

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