Imminent arrival of new baby makes me want to sort some sort of easy-to-wear makeup and I like the sound of this. I have a fairly ruddy complexion, large pores but not too greasy or dry. Really want to have a go!
Have only seen the Laboratoire Garnier one in shops though, although if I'm honest not sure I really want to splash out massively on it.
Am currently wearing it (don't know why as it's a Sunday - I think as it's new I'm liking it lots!) I bought the Garnier one in light and I do tend to buy fairly pale/medium foundations.Saying that, I do still have a leftover summer tan.
I prefer it to a foundation as it's not as obvious as foundation, yet seem to do alot more IYSWIM.
At £8.99 in Boots I thought it worth a go with my points.
Im not loving it to be honest but I do normally like a fair bit of coverage. I feel as though it gives extremely minimal coverage and tbh a slight greasy look which makes my open pores look worse. I bought it as an alternative to normal foundation for stay at home days but every time I use it I spot myself in the mirror an hour later and head upstairs to pop a little foundation on my nose and chin. Not for me
I love it. Got the Garnier one in Light, even though I have quite olive skin and it suits well. Love the texture and it really does seem to "blur" the patches of melasma I have left over from pregnancy.
That's my worry Gillybobs that it will make my huge pores even worse. I bought some of that Maybelline dream mousse foundation - looks ok for about 20 minutes but then sinks in and looks horrible. Shame they discontinued the one I liked which was an all-in-one type.
Oh well, I have the day to myself tomorrow so may have a sneak around Boots!