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I need a new tinted moisteriser or lightweight foundation

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mrsdavidbowie Thu 25-Jun-15 07:13:39

I have used Laura Mercier in the past and Clinique CC...Cc has gone all cakey on me recently. Sort of sits on top of my face.
I have sensitive pale skin...a lot are just too orange. I don't go in the sun due to polymorphic light eruption.

I like Bobbi Brown foundations..has anyone used their tinted moisteriser?

I'm 55 with combination skin

404NotFound Thu 25-Jun-15 07:24:33

I am very pale and late 40s, and have recently discovered Lidl CC cream, which is brilliant.

FurbysMakeSexNoises Thu 25-Jun-15 07:30:55

I became sensitive to Laura M and now use a very lightweight Nars one which is great.

paddythepooch Thu 25-Jun-15 07:34:26

I keep going back to Laura mercier. The bb one is good too. I think older skin needs a lighter touch so just use it to cover some redness. Have been spending much more time and money on skincare which has hugely improved my skin and reduced need for foundation or tinted moisturiser. Lily lolo is good too though that's a mineral powder.

Windowbasket Thu 25-Jun-15 07:36:03

I use the boots botanical one as recommended on here! It's fab. I am 47 and previously used Liz Earle. This one is less pricey and just as good if not better in my opinion.

mrsdavidbowie Thu 25-Jun-15 07:38:53

I bought YSL Teint Eclat foundation a few weeks ago and am not impressed..... Although my skin has been crap lately due to warmer weather so.maybe its me, not the foundation.

I want dewy ......

SorrelForbes Thu 25-Jun-15 07:48:59

I like the Clarins BB cream. The No.7 tinted foundation is pretty good too.

Joneseygirl77 Thu 25-Jun-15 07:49:26

I am a huge bobbi brown fan as hate foundations that feel heavy. Their tinted moisturiser gives good light coverage and their moisture rich foundation is fab. Would highly recommend both. Plus she does old colours for pale skin like mine.

pollyisnotputtingthekettleon Thu 25-Jun-15 07:50:48

No 7 intelligent colour is brilliant.

nbee84 Thu 25-Jun-15 07:54:51

I've recently bought La Roche Possay BB cream having tried the moisturisers and found them good for my spot prone skin. It's a bit heavier than other BB creams I've tried but looks good on and my skin hasn't reacted with an outbreak like it has with other creams.

southeastastra Thu 25-Jun-15 07:57:09

nars one is great, 30 sun factor,it's expensive but lasts ages and a little goes a long way

WhatchaMaCalllit Thu 25-Jun-15 07:57:39

I'm a Max Factor tinted moisturiser fan. I use Clarins Serum for sensitive skin first (little bottle with orange lid) as I too have sensitive skin after washing my face and then apply the tinted moisturiser. Works a treat.

trinitybleu Thu 25-Jun-15 08:08:40

I used to use the Boots Botanical BB cream and liked it but now use Younique and it's lovely. More expensive per tube but lasts really well (3 months). I am super pale and yet the palest shade is too pale for me.

noddyholder Thu 25-Jun-15 08:10:24

I am almost 50 I use bare minerals complexion rescue absolutely lovely texture and you can vary coverage and add to it without any clogging etc Really glowy and forgiving

OttiliaVonBCup Thu 25-Jun-15 08:11:26

I love Just Skin.
Not many shades, but if you find one that works its blrilliant.
Light but good coverage.

NomiMalone Thu 25-Jun-15 08:11:37

Bare Minerals Complexion Rescue is amazing. Seriously love it and have been wearing it every day lately.

NomiMalone Thu 25-Jun-15 08:11:56

Cross post with noddy smile .

Pipkinhartley Thu 25-Jun-15 08:12:57

Bare minerals complexion rescue is pretty good, sells itself as a bb + cc and comes in a good range of shades, I've been really pleased with it.

Pipkinhartley Thu 25-Jun-15 08:14:04

Another cross post! Seems it's getting the thumbs up!

noddyholder Thu 25-Jun-15 08:29:55

smile

grannycake Thu 25-Jun-15 08:33:08

Another convert to the Boots Botanicals BB cream - thanks Mumsnet. I also bought the Clarins tinted moisturizer for £££ and it's awful

SonorousBip Thu 25-Jun-15 08:37:26

I'm a big fan of the Bobbi Brown tinted moisturiser - does exactly what it should, leaves a smooth, clear, even finish. I too am early 50's, combination skin. I wasn't soo wowed by their BB/CC cream (can't remember which - its a smaller tube). when I had a demo done in store they used it but recommended mixing it with some moisturiser, which was a messy faff and sort of missed the point.

Valsoldknickers Thu 25-Jun-15 09:17:35

I have just started using La Roche Posay Tinted BB Cream which has SPF 50. Using it in conjunction with a little concealer under eyes. It's moisturising and a lot less 'cakey' than the Clinique CC cream which I have also been using.

With the SPF of 50 the LRP one could be a good one for you for the summer months?

mrsdavidbowie Thu 25-Jun-15 09:17:56

Great ideas here!!

Snoozy1 Thu 25-Jun-15 09:30:49

I've been having the same problem lately with foundation or bb cream going cakey and sitting on top of my skin. I'm 45 and quite oily. I found the bareminerals complexion rescue made me more greasy though. I've just bought a new Caudalie tinted moisturiser (think it's called vinoperfect) and that seems to be good so far. x

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