SO Sad it's discontinued!
This was my favourite foundation! I loved how it had very light coverage, but made your skin still look even and gave it the nicest dewy, natural texture. It was not heavy and felt comfortable on the skin. I will miss this foundation...
Best summer foundation I've come across!
I picked up this foundation (in Neutral Fair) upon suggestion of a Sephora employee when I asked about a good sheer foundation/ tinted moisturizer for summer. I absolutely abhor heavy makeup during hot, humid summers, so I've been on the hunt for THE perfect lightweight foundation for about 3 summers now. This is now and forever my absolute favorite summer foundation! It gives just enough coverage to even out your skin tone with the added benefit of spf 15. Even as autumn is approaching, I still find myself gravitating toward this foundation for my everyday work makeup. I prefer to apply it with a stippling brush to maintain the sheer nature of the makeup. All in all, LOVELOVELOVE this sheer foundation!
wanted to love more
This is one of the very few Clinique products that I personally do not care for. As an oily skin, I thought Clinique had heard my prayers for lightweight SPF for the summer... nope.
First, note that this product separates, so you need to shake the tube.
I like the squeeze tube, super easy to use, I rubbed it between my fingertips to warn the product so it goes on easily but I found the product didn't 'dry' down and go matte (not supposed to - just wish it would). My skin looked moist - and to an oily skin, I don't want to look any more shiny.
I guess what makes this 'waterproof' makes this feel more like sunscreen and a lot less like foundation. I noticed that i was using more powder than usual and I could feel it on top of my skin.
If you are an oily skin type, you might not like this but as a dry / normal type you might fall in love. personally, I will not repurchase.
Not a lot of coverage but at least it has sunscreen.
The Light is pretty pasty- even for my untanned skin. If I use this product alone I end up looking more washed out than evened out. The powder that I purchased with this (also Light/Neutral) is much darker and is fairly heavy coverage. So after my face has a chance to absorb the product I sweep the powder over it and then blend with my fingers until it looks natural and fluid. Kind of a process... I'd really rather just have a fuller coverage foundation that I don't need to tweak so much.