March 29, 2012 at 1:12 pm #161512
I have a problem with finding a foundation for my skin. It´s dry and sensitive Several foundations make me even dryer and break out
Does anyone know of a good one for me??April 8, 2012 at 9:06 pm #164010
I have dry skin (somewhat on the sensitive side) and I find Rimmel’s Renew and Lift foundation works for me. I apply it with a foundation brush and then set with Australis Ready Set Go finishing powder.April 9, 2012 at 11:06 pm #164253
I have super dry skin, i recently started using Maybelline’s Dream Smooth Mousse it is so silky soft and doesn’t cake up. I also sometimes use the liquid foundation True Blend by Covergirl because it also doesn’t get all cakey.both are very affordable. i try to stay away from powders because it brings the dry look back and just tends to look blotchy anyways. hope this helpsApril 10, 2012 at 3:04 am #164268
Okaaaay. I swatched the Dream Smooth and I did not like… I do know that the Elizabeth Arden mousse foundation is very good but expencive
I don´t think we have Gover Girl ib our country…April 12, 2012 at 10:30 am #164971
Add a small amount of moisturizer or serum (whatever you use and gives the best result) to the foundation. Make sure both have the same ‘base’ water-based foundation with water-based moisturizer, etc.May 10, 2012 at 5:10 am #170306
Some sprits the brush with water or fix+ but that dryed my skin…May 10, 2012 at 5:50 pm #170397
I have the same problem. I have Rosacea with my sensitive skin. I love Clinique’s “Super Balanced Makeup” foundation.
I wanted to see if I could find a drugstore foundation that would suit my needs, and I’m liking Neutrogena’s Healthy Skin foundation too. So I’ve been using that for about a month now. I like it.
Hope that helps a bit. Good luck.May 11, 2012 at 2:56 am #170469
We don´t have Neutrogena or Sephora in our country… But we do have have Clinique
I´ll go to the store and ask for a sample of the CliniqueThanksMay 13, 2012 at 12:26 am #170633
@eljae83, ive been hearing about the neutrogena foundation. cant seem to find it…i really want to try. so u say it works good on dry skin? it hasnt broken u out yet? i hope it works for me, i tried the maybelline dream smooth mousse…i tried in a small spot and when i took it off after about 2hrs i noticed red spots on my eyelids and my cheek bones…i definitely dont want to go through that againMay 13, 2012 at 12:27 am #170634
If you like Clinique, try Even Better or the new Moisturesurge Foundation. They may be a little pricey. But I think either of these will suit your dry skin. I’ve used them both btw. They are quite moisturizing.May 19, 2012 at 2:59 am #171704
I’m not sure if you have Almay in your country but they make a point of selling hypoallergenic makeup for sensitive skin. I personally use their Smart Shade foundation because I’m too much of a novice at makeup to pick the right color. I’ve also used their Truly Lasting Color foundation for when I’m in theatre productions and want my skin to look a few shades darker so I’m not washed out under the lighting. Both have been good in the sense that they cover well and don’t make me break out or have allergic reactions (which has actually happened to me before).
Also, for those of you discussing Neutrogena foundation, I haven’t tried the HealthySkin but have tried their SkinClearing makeup (with .5% salicylic acid) and haven’t had problems with breakouts/skin drying.May 26, 2012 at 4:46 pm #173112
I have the same kind of skin and Laura Mercier Silk Creme foundation has changed my life. I apply it with a brush misted with The Body Shop’s Vitamin E Face Mist and it gives me a virtually flawless look with a satiny finish without clinging to any dry patches.June 6, 2012 at 10:45 am #175156
Most of the foundations you guys have mentioned we don´t have in our country…
Sooo aftur trying out lots of samples of foundation I have bought Clinique Even Better in 03. They did not have it in 02 which is a better match for my skin colour but I can use it in the summertime
I like it a lot but the only downside is that it does dry out my dry spots even more… My dry spots don´t seem to be getting better
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