Each and every day it’s important to put your best face forward! Finding the right makeup products for your skin can often been time consuming and pricey; should you use a powder foundation or a thicker, liquid type of makeup? What colour best suits your skin tones? How much coverage do you want from your foundation? In order to look effortlessly and, most importantly, naturally beautiful it is crucial you discover exactly what your skin needs. Read up on our favourite foundations–available in a wide variety of colours.
Dior foundation is a great choice if you want flawless complexion. Dior ‘Forever’ Fluid Flawles Perfection is perfect for light, natural coverage on your face. The liquid, unlike many other brands, is not thick and cakey, but smooth and silky gliding onto your skin and blending with your natural tones to create the perfect colour. It’s very lightweight and creamy but incredibly long-lasting and doesn’t weigh you down. Plus, it’s loaded with skin enhancing minerals and SPF 25!
Elizabeth Arden foundation is another go-to liquid makeup for many women. The ‘Intervene’ Foundation goes on smooth and provides you with all day coverage and even skin tones. After applying the foundation it works together with your skin, fusing and blending to create the perfect complexion. Not to mention it’s packed with Biodormin skincare benefits and anti-aging minerals. This is truly great if you’re looking for full-coverage foundation with SPF 15 and youth enhancing agents.
If you’re looking for a lighter powdery foundation the Lancome skin care line has a fantastic mineral foundation. Complete with SPF 21 the ‘Ageless Minerale’ skin transforming powder is wonderful for reviving skin and keeping it looking radiant. It’s loaded with aloe, vitamin E and anti-aging particles and will provide you with a flawlessly beautiful complexion. It’s great for sheer coverage or full coverage depending on how lightly or heavily you brush the powder on. Natural looking and very lightweight this powder foundation is great for any type of skin.
Did You Know?
The earliest international beauty contest was staged by P. T. Barnum (with the public to be the judges) in the USA in June 1855.