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What foundation is good for not sitting in fine lines ?

(9 Posts)
LardLizard Sun 23-Apr-17 20:16:53

Been using Bobbi brown skin
Which is pretty light
But seems to settle into fine lines

Almost extenuating them !!

ggirl Sun 23-Apr-17 20:45:16

also chanel

I have large pores and also find Laura Mercier powder foundation is good at hiding them. Love chanel cc cream too for natural skin look but good coverage.

Check out you tube and flashy vlogger, she does loads of useful reviews .

CrowOnTheBroom Sun 23-Apr-17 20:49:04

If you've found one you otherwise like, could you try a primer underneath? I wouldn't be without mine now!

EleanorRigbysNeice Sun 23-Apr-17 21:16:26

No7 Lift & Luminate. Revelation to me considering what I've spent in the past.

missyB1 Sun 23-Apr-17 21:21:35

No 7 tinted moisturiser
Garnier BB cream

BifsWif Sun 23-Apr-17 21:22:34

It Cosmetics CC cream. Worth every penny.

JohnCheese Sun 23-Apr-17 21:31:01

I second the Chanel Perfection Lumière Velvet. slightly oily, lines, large pores, skin here. (I'm a peach). It's the best I've tried. One of my v few repeat purchases. It's not too matt, not shiny - doesn't highlight imperfections. A bit Golilocks-ish actually.

PickleSarnie Mon 24-Apr-17 13:32:50

Eye wateringly expensive but really good....

VintagePerfumista Mon 24-Apr-17 13:38:35

I have the Chanel, and the Chanel Beiges one as well.

And you know what? Maybelline Dream Satin liquid is better than all of them! It's the only foundation I always repurchase. It's a bit thin on its own tbh, so I use it as a top coat iyswim. So smooth and glowy- you just want to keep stroking your own face. I love it.

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