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Foundation with lasting power

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Lottiebugz22 Sun 25-Aug-19 15:52:43

Can anyone recommend. My current foundation rimmel lasting finish breathable is separating by midday and I use a primer as well as powder.

Ilikethisone Sun 25-Aug-19 18:07:34

I have been using makeup revolution conceal and hydrate the last few days and its stayed put, even in the hot weather. I do also use the rimmel fixing spray and the maybelline baby face primer.

It's been on 10 hours today and still there smile

Lottiebugz22 Sun 25-Aug-19 19:14:37

Really! Brilliant thank you I'll have a look at that one when I go out x

Ilikethisone Sun 25-Aug-19 19:26:19

This is the rimmel spray. You can use the spray as a primer, but I dont. I did a couple if times but didnr think it was that great. You can also use it to 'refresh your make up', again I dont. I wear natural false strip lashes, so I dont have to wear alot of mascara. As that has a habit of running down my face. I dont want to spray my false lashes. I put mascara on last, let it dry. Then spray my face. Then put lashes on.

The conceal and hydrate is quite runny. First time I used it I wasnt impressed putting it on. I am used to thicker foundations. I was convinced it would slide off. But it stays put. That could be, in part down, to the primer setting spray though.

I got the conceal and hydrate concealer. I love it, it covers dark circles but doesnt look dry or settle in my fine lines.

I also apply my foundation with a foundation brush. Then run over my face with a beauty blender. Concealer, I use my finger, then use the beauty blender. Apparantly, that helps make up stay put too. No idea if it actually does, but I like the finish it gives on my face.

Hope some of my long ramble helps

rockingthelook Sun 25-Aug-19 21:28:44

I asked this question last week, had lots of good responses, however surprisingly my daughter suggested CYO from Boots, I must say I really like it, have also used a cheap Primark Primer water spray first and used a blender to pat it on, so far I've found it to be really good, not too expensive either (some of the suggestions here were a bit pricey and I can't really afford that at the moment)

Lottiebugz22 Sun 25-Aug-19 22:17:35

Cyo is another one I was going to look at on reccomdendation from someone else it must be good

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