This really ought to be a pro product. Ardency Inn Custom Coverage Concentrate allows you to make tinted moisturizer, foundation, and even concealer to perfectly match your skin tone. It’s pure water-based pigment, and it works like a charm. All you need is a drop to get the job done.
I think that Kevyn Aucoin may have always corrected for oily skins… period. Every base that I’ve ever used from him does wonders on my oily skin, even the notoriously tacky (in feeling, not opinion) Sensual Skin Enhancer. The Sensual Skin Tinted Balm is no exception: This formula imitates skin
Foundation Type: Liquid Coverage: Medium to Full Skin Type: Combination/Dry Color Range: Limited Givenchy is plodding along with a new foundation, that might give YSL Teint Touche Eclat a run for its money. Givenchy still has some work to do though. The formulation is superb, but the color range leaves
Talk about a throwback! I came across this little gem tucked in the forgotten archives of my local Beauty Supply store… and thought that it absolutely must go home with me. This was the last one, and it was looking pretty rough around the edges, so the SA was lovely
Foundation Type: Cream Skin Type: Normal/Combination Coverage: Sheer to Medium Finish: Skin-like NARS released a ‘cream compact’ foundation that initially had me looking at them like… no. What for? My oily skin has never met a cream foundation that it loved. Typically, I’ve found that they work on drier skin
I think that Chanel may have finally gotten me past my distaste for powder bases. An oily-skinned girl like me… of a certain age… is simply not interested in that ‘powdery’ look that some bases can give you, not to mention the inevitable settling of that powder into lines and