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    Hello, I was just wondering if anybody had any suggestions (preferably under £15) for a medium/full coverage foundation which works well on dry skin? I usually use the bourjois healthy mix serum or CC cream, if I wear makeup during the day, because I find that they don't cling to dry patches and look quite natural. But as I have a bit of a tan at the moment, I need to get a darker foundation so I thought I'd try and find one with a fuller coverage as seen as I have my graduation and a few interviews coming up.


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    (Original post by emilyyou)
    Hello, I was just wondering if anybody had any suggestions (preferably under £15) for a medium/full coverage foundation which works well on dry skin? I usually use the bourjois healthy mix serum or CC cream, if I wear makeup during the day, because I find that they don't cling to dry patches and look quite natural. But as I have a bit of a tan at the moment, I need to get a darker foundation so I thought I'd try and find one with a fuller coverage as seen as I have my graduation and a few interviews coming up.


    Thank you in advance!
    the Rimmel wake me up foundation is great and under £10. It has full coverage and doesn't stick to dry patches. The colour range is also quite good as they go darker than other drugstore brands.


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    Revlon Colourstay is amazing, its full coverage and it looks amazing on my dry skin, I think its like £12, it comes in a dry verson and an oily version, so if you do decide to get it make sure it is the dry version! I previously only used the bourjois healthy mix, but since I discovered the revlon, I haven't touched my bourjois foundation again!
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    Maybelline fit me is amazing. It has quite a sheer look to it and I think it's just under £10. I personally love it, a little goes a long way and I frequently get told of how flawless and glowing my skin looks whenever I wear it.
    Very good for dry skin and doesn't feel 'heavy' at all!
 
 
 
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