The one base product which took the world by storm. Is it my favourite though? The bareMinerals base product that shocked the world, find out what I think of this product in a new edition to my Foundation Review series.
I have seen lots of reviews and people raving about this product so I thought I would jump on the wagon and join in. I’ve had this product for a while so enough time to test it out and do a review on it. Everyone has been saying how amazing it is so I thought I would see how it works with my skin. This is the bareMinerals Complexion Rescue Tinted Hydrating Gel Cream. I’ve got it in the shade Vanilla as my Foundation Matrix app said it would match my skin but I personally feel like it’s too light and a little on the yellow side for my skin tone so I’m thinking of going a shade darker. It comes in this grey/silver squeezy tube and the gel itself is tinted to what ever shade it is.
HOW IT WEARS
It has a very light texture and feeling on the skin, almost like you aren’t wearing any make-up, so it’s great if you just want a light coverage on those lazy days. It looks great on my skin apart from being too light for me so I will have to see how different a slightly darker shade is for me. It’s a very buildable coverage without looking too cakey or heavy so you can always build up the coverage more if you want to. It does have a slightly dewy hydrated look to it which is great if you have dry skin or just want a naturally healthy looking skin look.
It lasts quite well on my skin and is great for just a light coverage on those lazy days. I can always make it last a little longer by setting it with pressed powder and a setting spray if you have oily skin or want a more matte look.
I like this foundation when I’m having a good skin day which is very rare. I also wear it on holiday when my skin looks good and during those lazy pool and beach days. I would probably recommend this more for those with dry skin.
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Have you tried this product and is it your favourite? Do you use any other tinted gel cream?