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Tinted mousturiser

(10 Posts)
Derpess Sat 29-Nov-14 15:00:08

Hi- can anyone recomnend a good tinted moisturiser, one that feels quite light....
I was using By Terry Eclat De Rose but I can't seem to find it on sale anywhere in the UK (it's out of my price range now anyway!).

WildBillfemale Sat 29-Nov-14 15:40:02

I've just bought the Lancome one - I've only been using it a few days but it's lovely.

Kundry Sat 29-Nov-14 15:48:39

Laura Mercier is the queen of tinted moisturisers - loads of colours, an oil-free one, a dewy one, there must be one for you.

SpinnyCappuccino Sat 29-Nov-14 16:12:04

Laura Mercier.

dottytablecloth Sat 29-Nov-14 16:14:53

Liz Earle skin tint is fab!

Willow33 Sat 29-Nov-14 16:46:17

I use the Bobbi Brown one which I do like.

prettywhiteguitar Sat 29-Nov-14 19:07:07

Bourjois light and healthy is very good, great coverage but very light and moisturising.

I bought it after someone said I looked tired hmm it was £11 and there's 3 for 2 at the mo

Derpess Sat 29-Nov-14 19:29:42

Thanks for the replies!
I've been impressed with Laura Mercier stuff in the past so tempted to try that. I'm also tempted by the bourjois one - light and moisturising sounds good as does the 3 for 2 offer...

Aaaah they all sound good now I'm spoilt for choice!

MildredH Sat 29-Nov-14 21:24:22

I have the LM one.. I don't think it's amazing tbh.. Maybe I am going wrong but just so so and expensive.

Buttercupsanddaisys Sun 30-Nov-14 07:36:40

I've got a Laura Mercier, which I use a Primer under, and also a Lancôme and really like both. And another, which gives slightly heavier coverage and evens out a couple of blotches, think it's Max Factor (ultra light, something like that?) - I'm having a Sunday morning lie in and can't be ar*ed to get out of bed to look. It's good, tho.

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