Saturday, 10 December 2016

let's talk about foundation ♥

It's been a while since I spoke about my foundation routine and what my favourite products are. I cannot live without foundation, it completely transforms my skin and just evens out my patchy complexion. As I mentioned earlier this week in my money saving blog post, I do use quite a few foundations. I use the NYC Skin Matching Luminizer as my work foundation - I don't mind using this everyday while I'm at my desk and for £3 it really does create lovely coverage and a warm glow to my skin without needing to add anything else. If I am going on holiday or tanning at the weekend, I will use a dash of the MAC Pro Longwear liquid foundation. I actually bought this foundation at the airport and the MAC make-up artist was absolutely awful at matching my skin. I walked away with this shade and it is far too dark for my actual skin tone so to make sure it doesn't go to waste, I simply add a few drops to my regular foundation if I want to go slightly darker. I used this shade when I went to New York and although it blended perfectly and provided gorgeous thick coverage, it just looked far too orange on my skin. 

Having your boyfriend call you an 'oompa loompa' for the entire holiday is not a plus point in my book...although I can't use the MAC foundation on my skin by itself, I can add a few pumps to my regular foundation if I want a slightly darker look. For the foundation I use out of the office, I mix the Stila Stay All Day Foundation and the Maybelline Dream Satin Liquid foundation together. I cannot express how much I love the Stila foundation, it is probably one of the first foundations to give me flawless coverage and it does not look oily a few hours later. It really does live up to its name and I definitely recommend this foundation if you want to jazz up your make-up routine. This is certainly a foundation I will keep buying and buying. The Maybelline Dream Satin foundation is another gem that I love using when I am running to an event or a night out with the girls, it has a better formula than NYC just because the texture is incredibly easy to blend into your skin and it looks very subtle and soft. The Maybelline and Stila Stay All Day foundations are certainly my top 2 foundations that I will always purchase, I feel really confident wearing them without any other products. What are your top foundations? Do you have any tips for creating flawless skin? I would love to hear how many foundations you use! 


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