I know this likely has been asked before but i really need recommendation for a foundation that has good long term coverage.
I have alot of sunspots and acne scars... there are afew weddings coming up that i need a foundation that will cover everything up and hopefully last the day .
I have tried the standard drug store ones- maybelline, rimmer, revlon.. but none have been good
happy to spend $$$ if its worth it... i was thinking of going to myers or david jones to check the brands there but if i some suggestions handy before that it will be alot of help!!
(I have dark olive skin and abit on the oily side)
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16-07-2015 09:25 #1
good coverage foundation
16-07-2015 09:28 #2
I love the Napoleon Sheer Genius. Great coverage but it also feels feathery light. I then use the Models Prefer loose powder over the top if im going out.
16-07-2015 09:39 #3
16-07-2015 09:50 #4
I've been using a MAC foundation for a while now - I think it's called match master, it's a medium coverage which I use for everyday wear. I love it, can't really fault it.
My skin gets oily too and i wasn't happy with napoleon's china doll, I found I was applying powder constantly throughout the day to blot the shine.
If you ask for a sample at the MAC counter they should give you a little pot, which actually lasted me a couple of weeks. They also do a similar thing to napoleon where you can get your makeup done and get $80 to spend on products.
It also lasts forever, I've been using it everyday for months and it's still going strong.
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16-07-2015 09:58 #5
I use Clarins Skin Illusion foundation. The coverage is amazing, it lasts all day and feels so light on my skin. I then dust over MAC sheer loose powder. BTW MAC mineralize concealer is fantastic to cover bags under the eyes and any spots.
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16-07-2015 10:13 #6
16-07-2015 10:17 #7
I use Georgia Armani luminous silk foundation, with the fluid master primer underneath (the primer seriously makes all the difference). It's expensive, but I struggled for years to find a decent foundation and now I can't go back. It's available at David Jones, and I recommend going in store to get it matched.
16-07-2015 15:07 #8
thanks everyone for your replies!!! now i feel better equiped at which products to try out when i goto david jones !!
16-07-2015 20:44 #9
If you want a less expensive option, Revlon colourstay in oily/combination is SO good! Great coverage and doesn't get oily/shiny all day even in the t-zone
16-07-2015 20:45 #10
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