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Shit, shit and shitteth. I have used this foundation for 10 years because it's the only one that suits my skintone.Talk to me about pale foundations with pink tones with good coverage?
Ok I am the palest of pale with pink tones too so felt your pain when Dior discontinued my fav, am still searching tbh.However, YSL do a great (quite dewy finish) one pale enough for me, lasts well and blends beautifully......Otherwise, Lancôme and MAC do cover us pale ladies pretty well too.And I use a cheaper one from bourjois that comes with a brush applicator when I'm in a rush , but this does not have the staying power of others...Hope this helps?
This is all such a faff. I've become complacent about just slapping doublewear on for a decade.I'll look into YSL, I have a friend who works for Dior and one at illamasqua so going to trial everything and start from scratch again. I don't touch mac as find their service pretty appalling. So so miffed. Why Estee Lauder?! Whyyyy!?
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I hate to admit it. but I thought 'Doublewear shell' meant the awful nylon shellsuits that were available from the local market. common
They've replaced it with 'bone' but it's a different tone and makesme look ill. Lol @ shellsuit. That would truly be a travesty.
Could you maybe give their outlet a call. I think they call it the cosmetics company and they are at York and bicester village i think. They sell lots of e l brands so maybe they will have it in. Worth a try
It's at the mcarthur glen outlet in York
Not wanting to raise too many hopes but I think DW shell is coming back around May / June time but EL haven't been more specific.Fingers crossed for you Shell-ers!
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