May 04, 2012
I use MAC foundation. I used to use the studio finish matte mat and switched over to the studio sculpt w spf 15. but they seem so think and caeky as well as clogging up my usually normal skin. i used them because of a mua that was at a photoshoot w me, she suggested those because i wanted a finish that gave me even color. but they are obvioucly not the best for daily use, even thou i dont wear makeup everyday. sometimes i am feeling catty, wink. what is a good foundation to use for daily use and for pictures that will cover EVERYTHING and give me the even clean tone?
I would suggest NARS sheer glow. I've been using that foundation for a while now and I love it. Same foundation used in my photos.
Estee Lauder Double wear, the medium coverage one, looks amazing in photographs and looks beautiful in daylight especially if you mix it with soap and glory's hocus focus highlight :) xx
I recomend Avons Smooth Minerals Foundation. It's light so it wount clog your pores and its good for sensitive skin. Also it last for hours and leaves skin with a matte air brush look to it, and it covers everything extreamly well.
Maybe instead of looking for a different foundation, try using *less* foundation, or not setting it with a powder (if you usually do).
May 05, 2012
A really good inexpensive one is the Revlon ColorStay. It's full coverage and costs extremely less than the MAC one (I think the ColorStay is about $10 or $12). I think it's really good for every day (or whenever you wear makeup) as well.
The one I use is Almay's TLC 16 hour foundation in 120 Ivory. It covers everything from large pores, to redness and blemishes. If you want to keep the same foundation, you can always spritz a little water on your face and dab the cakey-ness off through out the day. That's what I did with my old foundation.
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