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    I use maybelline foundation at the mo and its good but i think i may splash out and buy a really good foundation next time, can anyone suggest any really good ones?
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    I use maybelline foundation at the mo and its good but i think i may splash out and buy a really good foundation next time, can anyone suggest any really good ones?
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    I've been using Maybelline matte mousse for a while. I agree it's good but I need a change too.

    That's why I've just ordered (a shamefully expensive) set of Jean-Paul Gaultier makeup for men
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    I've been using Maybelline matte mousse for a while. I agree it's good but I need a change too.

    That's why I've just ordered (a shamefully expensive) set of Jean-Paul Gaultier makeup for men
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    I used Mayebelline Wonder Finish for a while and liked it a lot, but decided to change to L'Oreal True Match, which I don't like at all, it doesn't seem to blend very well.
    I may go for something a bit upmarket sometime after Christmas.
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    I love Clinique foundation, but it's a bit expensive
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    no7 intelligent colour!
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    MAX FACTOR COLOUR ADAPT!
    That went in capitals because I really cannot recommend it highly enough. I have immensely pale skin which reddens around my nose and forehead quite easily, but this smooths out all the colour perfectly without making me orange. Also, its quite light which means its great on my skin which tends to get a bit greasy. Its wonderful, wonderful, and I don't even wear makeup that often.
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    Mawfactor colour adapt really is very good.
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    estee lauder have a fabulous one!
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    the body shop ones are quite nice they don;t leave tide marks on the sides of your face like some of the crappy ones do!!!!
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    Versace moisture rich foundation; its about £26 but lasts long, isn't heavy on the face and gives skin a really nice glow
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    yvessaintlaurent (or however u spell it) is really goodand its really silky on ure skin!! . i used to use it but then i stopped cos it was too expensive (23 quid i think) but now i use maybelline and thats just as good
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    Is it weird that I've never worn foundation in my life?
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    MAC is amazing! it doesnt wear off at all! its a bit pricey but definitley worth it, and it comes in so many shades!
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    (Original post by englishrose)
    Is it weird that I've never worn foundation in my life?
    Nope, means you're lucky! Love your avatar by the way.
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    (Original post by Catski)
    Nope, means you're lucky! Love your avatar by the way.
    Yeah, I guess. My skin isn't perfect, but my theory has always been that wearing foundation would make it worse, especially since I have quite sensitive skin. A bit of concealer does me fine.

    And thanks
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    dunno if anyone's suggested this already, but loreal true match it amazing. bit pricey, but a little bit goes really far
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    (Original post by louise28k)
    I use maybelline foundation at the mo and its good but i think i may splash out and buy a really good foundation next time, can anyone suggest any really good ones?
    elizabeth arden compact is brilliant xoxo
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    estee lauder, stay perfect, i think its £21 but it stays on all day, and stops skin going shiny
 
 
 
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