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La Roche Posay BB Blur

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ChishandFips33 Sat 18-Mar-17 15:30:57

...anyone found it too powdery?

I bought this and the Effaclar Unifiant but am finding the Unifiant seems to not want to absorb and 'slides off' when I'm blending and the Blur is a lovely texture but too powdery and seems to clean to any dry spots (despite moisturising)

Not sure it's helping that I bought a 10x magnifying mirror to check the blending!

Are you supposed to see it on your skin or I'm being too fussy?!

ChishandFips33 Sat 18-Mar-17 15:32:21

Cling to any dry spots and not blend away

ChishandFips33 Sat 18-Mar-17 15:45:00

Found some images on Google

From a distance it looks amazing but close up is a different story

Have tried finger tips and a foundation brush and with/without moisturiser but even after prolonged blending it doesn't 'disapoear'

I don't want to look like I have it on!

I'm over 40 and a complete bake up novice if it helps - skin much clearer since using LRP cleansers, serum, moisturisers etc but starting to feel I need a little help now

Nicketynac Sat 18-Mar-17 18:03:17

I didn't like it. I found it looked powdery and settled in my lines as the day went on, plus was a bit too dark for me.

loveka Sat 18-Mar-17 18:40:51

I love it! It must depend on skin type. I think it looks really natural.

HLBug Sat 18-Mar-17 18:42:15

Didn't work for me either. I was really sad as my friend who is a dermatologist says that they're one of the better skin care companies out there.

pseudonymity Sat 18-Mar-17 19:40:26

It's only for really oily skin I think. It looks good on me but a bit pale.

AwkwardSquad Sat 18-Mar-17 19:42:48

It didn't work for me. Made me look dead.

ChishandFips33 Sat 18-Mar-17 20:17:53

Loveka what type of skin do you have?

Aw well there's another £33 wasted on make up! Think I'll stick to skin care and mascara/lippy!

then wonders if mixing it with something will salvage it

pseudonymity Sat 18-Mar-17 20:29:24

Put it on over a few drops of a facial oil.

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