What type of foundation is best for you… ☺💄🌹

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We all have a different way of applying our foundation, we all have our mix of shades we like to use. Some of us stick to the sane old liquid or cream foundation for years but they are many different types to give a try.

Spray foundation ..

Who wouldn’t want to quickly spray on foundation then go ? Spray foundation seems like a dream, with spray foundation brands claiming perfect covered and an airbrushed look. A lot of girls need a bit of time to get the hang of spraying on foundation and usually just opt for spraying it onto a brush and applying the old fashioned way, a lot of girls also hate the product wastage that comes with spraying and also foundation going on hair and clothes. Yet again there others who absolutely love this type of foundation but it’s all about what works best for you.

Liquid.. Most of us girls will probably only have liquid foundation as this is the most popular form of foundation here in the UK,  you apply with a brush or sponge. Although for people with problematic skin this can be flaky and cracked and give a bad result.

Stick. …

Stick foundation is very small to carry around and is perfect for on the go, you can apply it by hand or sponge or brush. Stick foundation is probably the least popular form of foundation ever.

Mineral Powder. …

If you have sensitive, oily and blemish-prone skin types you may benefit from using mineral foundation, it also doesn’t land in your creases which will help reduce the appearance of wrinkles. This is the best for me of foundation if you have acne.

Tinted Moisturiser. …

A tinted moisturiser is exactly that, it moisturises with a slight tint to make your complexion look blemish free and provide a small but of coverage. This is an option for people who want just a slight bit of coverage and don’t have time for other foundations. Tinted moisturisers are lightweight and great for the winter months, there are many tinted moisturisers on the market that contain skin loving ingredients.

BB Cream. …

Originally developed in Germany as an all-in-1 cream to be used in a patient’s post-laser treatment skincare plan !

BB cream is short for ‘blemish balm‘ cream. It’s a versatile combination of products such as moisturizer, primer, SPF, foundation, skin treatment, and concealer.

CC Cream

 CC cream stands for color correcting cream or complexion corrector cream. Like BB cream, CC creams typically serve multiple purposes—however, unlike BB cream, CC cream usually provides a little more coverage to disguise imperfections like dark spots or redness. Because CC creams offer more coverage than BB creams, they tend to have thicker, heavier formulas. CC cream is often best for aging skin that might need more coverage to help smooth the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.