I, like probably many others, are in constant search of perfect camouflage products that are perfect for my skin. I am 31 years old, my skin is sensitive, prone to rosacea, combined. To tonal foundations, I have several desires - to even out the color, hide everything that is necessary, not to look like a mask on my face. But of the many tonal foundations I tried, none of them remained dull for more than 2-3 hours. The face always begins to shine, but if you take the product for oily skin, then when applied, peeling appears, which is not even mentioned. In general, I am trying the above listed tonal remedies now, here's what happens:
1.Chanel Perfection Lumiere and 2. Diorskin Forever, Chanel with a pink, Dior more beige.
1. Chanel Perfection Lumiere Long-wear Flawless Fluid Make-up SPF 10 - Resistant tonal fluid, shade 32.
"A tonal fluid for a perfect complexion. A combination of two types of powders that perfectly correct skin imperfections and give the face a uniform glow, without the effect of a mask." In general, promises are good, is this really so? We'll see
1 - photo with moisturizer, 2nd - with Chanel fluid
1 photo with moisturizing cream, 2nd with Chanel fluid + cream - Chanel Vitalumiere Aqua Compact 30 powder (ordinary powder is difficult to use, peeling will emphasize even more!)
The fluid itself is very light, I tried to apply it with a brush, but unfortunately nothing happened, emphasized all peeling. Then she looked at the instructions there it says: "It is applied with your fingertips." But still more or less I apply it with a damp sponge. It’s difficult to grow it. When dried, the fluid turns into powder. My opinion is a light fluid for almost problem-free skin that needs minimal masking. For dry skin, it may be difficult to emphasize peeling (even if it is not there, anyway, some strange peels will be visible). Although I don’t have dry skin, but what’s visible:
Silent horror on the macro! In real life this is not visible!
Score: 4 - for emphasizing peeling, if the skin is very moisturized before application, there is no peeling, but the face begins to shine after 1.5 hours. In general, a vicious circle. I'll try it in the summer.
I use 1.5 months
2. Dior Diorskin Forever Flawless Perfection Fusion Wear Makeup SPF 25 - Foundation fluid, shade 022.
All in all, a good foundation; denser than Chanel Perfection Lumiere, good camouflage ability, can be applied with a brush, it is well distributed, although it is thick.
In the photo No. 1. - with moisturizer, No. 2. - with Diorskin Forever 022 (all photos in macro)
the same forehead, peeling and wrinkles are less noticeable (unlike Chanel Perfection Lumiere)
With Givenchy Le Prisme powder (ordinary powder came up and did not emphasize peeling)
In general, it all depends on the lighting, but, unambiguously, with Diorskin Forever the disadvantages are less visible, the cream does not clog in the pores, it is good to build up, the cream does not look like a mask on the face, it gives a light glow. May darken slightly during the day. And, as mentioned above, with any foundation, the face begins to shine after 2-3 hours.
Rating: probably 5
I use 2 months
I would be glad if my post will help in determining the purchase of foundation.
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