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Alternative to touche eclat??

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chummymummy7 Thu 26-Sep-13 11:54:50

Has anybody discovered a reasonable and comparable touche eclat alternative? I'm olive skinned so it can't be too white/pink.

TIA! smilesmile

MissDD1971 Thu 26-Sep-13 12:46:14

clinique air brush is now my go to. comes in 3 shades.

MissDD1971 Thu 26-Sep-13 12:46:43

approx £18

PS - if ever I've tried stuff like the L'oreal etc equivalent colour and finish is ALL WRONG.

Lazysuzanne Thu 26-Sep-13 12:52:22

Foundation preference seems to be very individual... I'm never sure if the expensive ones are always worth paying for?

MissDD1971 Thu 26-Sep-13 12:55:23

Lazysuzanne - the air brush is more a concealer. in fact that's what it is, it's light reflective and not a foundation.

FWIW - some cheaper foundations are good - Maybelline etc - but they keep changing packaging.

it depends what you want and if you have the money to pay more then why not? technology of more expensive brands often does filter down to cheaper ones though and Chanel etc I think owns Bourjois etc.

MissDD1971 Thu 26-Sep-13 12:57:02

sorry - yes the air brush IS a concealer as is the Touche Eclat.

more for use under eyes than anywhere else as light reflective.

personally since using them I wouldn't use anything else - for a light reflecting concealer for eye area.

Lazysuzanne Thu 26-Sep-13 13:02:20

thanks for the info MissDD grin
I will investigate.....wink

chummymummy7 Thu 26-Sep-13 18:22:42

ooh thanks for the Clinique tip! Agree it's worth investing in quality

notapizzaeater Thu 26-Sep-13 18:24:20

Not used it myself but ave been told the aldi version is very very good ....

bluebump Thu 26-Sep-13 18:25:05

I love the Clinique one too, but I haven't used Touche Eclat before so I can't compare it to that.

Ememem84 Thu 26-Sep-13 18:31:24

Clarins do one. It's just as good. Bit cheaper. Three colours. I think.

MrsMeow Thu 26-Sep-13 18:32:12

Collection 2000, £5 ish. It's absolutely fantastic (and I've spent £££ in the Past on YSL!)

feelinlucky Thu 26-Sep-13 18:33:51

I used touché éclat for years but I'm an Aldi's own convert. It's just as good and around £4. Seriously!

babybarrister Thu 26-Sep-13 19:08:14

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BlondieBear Thu 26-Sep-13 19:13:23

I agree the collection one is really good, so cheap and lasts for ages.

HandMini Thu 26-Sep-13 19:19:59

I've used the By Terry one from Space NK and it is v good, but similar price to Touche Éclat.

frankietwospots Thu 26-Sep-13 20:53:24

Just bought the Collection one and it's good. Goes a long way so apply sparingly.

chummymummy7 Thu 26-Sep-13 21:01:48

What is the Collection one called please?

SundaySimmons Fri 27-Sep-13 08:36:54

Having Wasted hundreds of pounds on regularly buying touché éclat I found the collection 2000 one to be much, much better.

SundaySimmons Fri 27-Sep-13 08:38:26


SundaySimmons Fri 27-Sep-13 08:39:25

Oh my! Apologies for misspelling your name chummymummy. I turned you into a pornstar for a moment! sad

Laquila Fri 27-Sep-13 09:40:50

I've used the L'Oreal one for years and couldn't be without it (I'm fair but have slightly yellow-toned skin...which is not as weird as it sounds!)

I think it's called Radiant Touch. I do NOT rate the No7 one, btw.

MissDD1971 Fri 27-Sep-13 09:43:02

I think I want to try the Aldi one now! grin

WestmorlandSausage Fri 27-Sep-13 09:47:40

i've got the Aldi Lacura one, its fine.

chummymummy7 Fri 27-Sep-13 09:53:30

Thanks for the link Sundaysimmons...and the porn star moment!

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