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Foundation for Snow White pale skin?

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If your anything like me, you are literally SO fair that you cant find foundation in a shade even close to your own. Ive tried multiple white color correctors to mix into darker formulas, but the consistency always ends up being weird. 
Well I happened to come across 2 different products today that looked promising, and wanted to see if anyone has tried them.
First off this is me, so you can understand my dilemma >.<
 
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The first item I found a review on was Illamasqua skin base foundation. It comes in a stark white color, but also very fair shades. Found this photo of shade #2 for comparison against the lightest shade mac foundation comes in NC15.
 
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As you can see thats a HUGE difference in color. Does anyone know if you can buy this brand in store anywhere...sephora maybe? Id love to be able to test it out.
 
The second brand I came across seems to be an indie company called Meow cosmetics. They have a TON of color options!!!!
Found a review that had swatches of a few of the fairer colors
 
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Do you see Abyssinian?! <3
I think Im in love already. and the best part is they sell sample bags of the colors for only $1 each...so ordering enough to find your exact color it an affordable option.
 
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And best of all they have a true white shade called snow lynx, that has zero undertones!!!
 
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Im thinking im going to have to try these out. Im not usually a fan of powder foundation, but for the price of a few samples I wouldnt feel like its a huge loss. 
 
Has anyone else found any promising brands, or products that have worked for you?
 
 
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Are those swatches on your arm Meow cosmetics?  I'm super stoked about the "no undertone" aspect, since my skin tends to amplify them.  Lately I've been trying to find the lightest (as in not heavy) foundation since I had a bad experience with MAC's studio fix nearly ruining my skin.  I have been using Smashbox's Halo in fair (which is awesome) but it doesn't provide much coverage, so I'm thinking of coupling it with MAC's face and body foundation- but I want to go to the pro store to check out the lighter colors.   I used to use cover girl pressed powder in Ivory, which was good, until I became a make up snob.  What do you do for concealer?  I found one that was pretty good by Too Faced, it was a stick and it had a color at each end (1 karat and 1 1/2 karat) that was pretty good, but I think i found it at TJ Maxx or something.

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I have a question about those of you with uber white skin. Are you classified as a pink or yellow undertone because all of the lightest foundations I've seen on those with uber white skin tend to be too dark and too yellow or too pink. To me it seems as if you have more of a blue undertone than yellow or pink.

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Originally Posted by lilsxkitten View Post

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Are those swatches on your arm Meow cosmetics?  I'm super stoked about the "no undertone" aspect, since my skin tends to amplify them.  Lately I've been trying to find the lightest (as in not heavy) foundation since I had a bad experience with MAC's studio fix nearly ruining my skin.  I have been using Smashbox's Halo in fair (which is awesome) but it doesn't provide much coverage, so I'm thinking of coupling it with MAC's face and body foundation- but I want to go to the pro store to check out the lighter colors.   I used to use cover girl pressed powder in Ivory, which was good, until I became a make up snob.  What do you do for concealer?  I found one that was pretty good by Too Faced, it was a stick and it had a color at each end (1 karat and 1 1/2 karat) that was pretty good, but I think i found it at TJ Maxx or something.

 

I found those pictures on a blog, so I have not tried that brand of makeup before myself. I just saw the swatches and got really excited!!

Ive used the MAC face and body in white to try and mix with my regular foundations and like you it broke me out pretty badly and just didnt look right. it was way too much coverage and looked like I had makeup on. I use lancomes waterproof concealer in porcelain1...its a little dark, but lighter than my undereye circles so I just apply it lightly. I dont currently wear any foundation because if the colors off even the slightest bit its so easy to tell. 

I just liked the meow cosmetics because the samples are so cheap you can order enough to find your right color AND they come in 3 coverages so you could get one thats not too heavy!

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Originally Posted by zadidoll View Post

I have a question about those of you with uber white skin. Are you classified as a pink or yellow undertone because all of the lightest foundations I've seen on those with uber white skin tend to be too dark and too yellow or too pink. To me it seems as if you have more of a blue undertone than yellow or pink.



To be honest, Im not good at judging it on myself. Ive never found any foundation to come close to my color that i havnt watered down myself enough to not know what to call it. Every time ive gone to a makeup counter like MAC they are less than helpful because in all honesty they know the products wont work for someone like me so I just kind of get shooed off. 

 

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of these swatches id say manx is way more yellow than my skin, bengal looks a little ashy pink, ocicat looks a little more pigmented than my coloring, but closer.....abyssinian looks pretty close but its hard for me to pin point what the coloring of it is. i guess id say i just lack a lot of pigment, but the small bit i do have is between blue and yellow?  i guess that warm and cool aspect makes my skin tone more neutral and the sheer paleness just gives my skin a white appearance. How would you classify abyssinian?

post #6 of 45

I think the Makeup Forever Mat Velvet in #15 is pretty light. That's worth checking out.

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Originally Posted by Amber Blevins View Post

 

If your anything like me, you are literally SO fair that you cant find foundation in a shade even close to your own. Ive tried multiple white color correctors to mix into darker formulas, but the consistency always ends up being weird. 
Well I happened to come across 2 different products today that looked promising, and wanted to see if anyone has tried them.
First off this is me, so you can understand my dilemma >.<
 
267595_541044857515_290401363_1062845_3132121_n_crop.jpg
 
The first item I found a review on was Illamasqua skin base foundation. It comes in a stark white color, but also very fair shades. Found this photo of shade #2 for comparison against the lightest shade mac foundation comes in NC15.
 
illamasqua5.jpg
 
As you can see thats a HUGE difference in color. Does anyone know if you can buy this brand in store anywhere...sephora maybe? Id love to be able to test it out.
 
The second brand I came across seems to be an indie company called Meow cosmetics. They have a TON of color options!!!!
Found a review that had swatches of a few of the fairer colors
 
2012-01-01+meow+foundation+cool+light.JPG
 
Do you see Abyssinian?! <3
I think Im in love already. and the best part is they sell sample bags of the colors for only $1 each...so ordering enough to find your exact color it an affordable option.
 
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And best of all they have a true white shade called snow lynx, that has zero undertones!!!
 
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Im thinking im going to have to try these out. Im not usually a fan of powder foundation, but for the price of a few samples I wouldnt feel like its a huge loss. 
 
Has anyone else found any promising brands, or products that have worked for you?
 
 

no offense to you, i believe you that you're pale but that picture looks like that picture is just way too overexposed.

i didn't add anything of value, but hey, i have super pale skin too and and my best tip is to look for neutral shades. not pink, not yellow, but neutral.

as zadi sad, most foundations are still way too pink or yellow and therefore too dark for me. 

 

i match with the lightest shade of mat velvet+ mufe and clinique acne solutions matte foundation in alabaster. 

 

 

post #8 of 45

Blue undertone.. interesting, I will have to look into products with this!  I feel like yellow undertones make me look dark yet sickly, and pink undertones make me look flushed.  I didn't break out with the MAC Studio FX  I could never get it out of my pores.. which made them bigger around my nose.  Then that area was constantly red.. which made me use it more.. constant cycle.. it was awful.  I'm so glad I stopped using it about a year ago.

post #9 of 45

The only one that I ever found to work was Cargo in #10, but I think you can only find it on-line and at Macy's Impulse section.  I also thought Paula Dorf in Parchment was pretty great, but I wasn't super impressed by the formula.  It's hard when you're a certain kind of pale!

 

Let us know how the Meow works, that sounds really interesting!

post #10 of 45
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Originally Posted by lilsxkitten View Post

Blue undertone.. interesting, I will have to look into products with this!  I feel like yellow undertones make me look dark yet sickly, and pink undertones make me look flushed.  I didn't break out with the MAC Studio FX  I could never get it out of my pores.. which made them bigger around my nose.  Then that area was constantly red.. which made me use it more.. constant cycle.. it was awful.  I'm so glad I stopped using it about a year ago.


I'm thinking blue only because the skin looks so devoid of yellow or pink. If not blue then what? Even neutral seems to be either a yellow or pink. I've yet to come across a true neutral devoid of yellow or pink.

 

post #11 of 45
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Originally Posted by Katie-Gaslight View Post

no offense to you, i believe you that you're pale but that picture looks like that picture is just way too overexposed.

i didn't add anything of value, but hey, i have super pale skin too and and my best tip is to look for neutral shades. not pink, not yellow, but neutral.

as zadi sad, most foundations are still way too pink or yellow and therefore too dark for me. 

 

i match with the lightest shade of mat velvet+ mufe and clinique acne solutions matte foundation in alabaster. 

 

 



I have a light mufe foundation and its still quite dark on me. I have some white foundation I can mix into it, but the foundation itself just doesnt work as well.

 

tried to find a few more pics that dont have a bright flash (sorry thats my boyfriend). Somewhere between them all is what I look like in real life =P

 

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post #12 of 45
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Originally Posted by zadidoll View Post


I'm thinking blue only because the skin looks so devoid of yellow or pink. If not blue then what? Even neutral seems to be either a yellow or pink. I've yet to come across a true neutral devoid of yellow or pink.

 



You have me really interested in finding a way to classify my skin tone now! I honestly never realized how much variation we each have besides the obvious lighter and darker differences. I bet they teach that kind of stuff in cosmetology school. Id love to learn more about it

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I bet they teach that kind of stuff in cosmetology school. Id love to learn more about it

 

I don't remember learning that in cosmetology school. I think it would probably be taught in a MUA school.
 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Amber Blevins View Post

 

If your anything like me, you are literally SO fair that you cant find foundation in a shade even close to your own. Ive tried multiple white color correctors to mix into darker formulas, but the consistency always ends up being weird. 
Well I happened to come across 2 different products today that looked promising, and wanted to see if anyone has tried them.
First off this is me, so you can understand my dilemma >.<
 
267595_541044857515_290401363_1062845_3132121_n_crop.jpg
 
The first item I found a review on was Illamasqua skin base foundation. It comes in a stark white color, but also very fair shades. Found this photo of shade #2 for comparison against the lightest shade mac foundation comes in NC15.
 
illamasqua5.jpg
 
As you can see thats a HUGE difference in color. Does anyone know if you can buy this brand in store anywhere...sephora maybe? Id love to be able to test it out.
 


ASOS sells Illamasqua products. Here's the link to the Skin Base Foundtion. The Good thing about ASOS, is that its free shipping & returns.. I've bought clothes from them before and they were great about the return.

 

Also, if you do end up getting the Skin Base Foundation I'd love to hear a review! All I've heard about it is good things!

 

http://us.asos.com/Illamasqua-Illamasqua-Skin-Base-Foundation/wlgxp/?iid=1792842&cid=5020&Rf-400=12344&sh=0&pge=0&pgesize=20&sort=-1&clr=12&mporgp=L0lsbGFtYXNxdWEvSWxsYW1hc3F1YS1Ta2luLUJhc2UtRm91bmRhdGlvbi9Qcm9kLw..

 

 

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ASOS sells Illamasqua products. Here's the link to the Skin Base Foundtion. The Good thing about ASOS, is that its free shipping & returns.. I've bought clothes from them before and they were great about the return.

 

Also, if you do end up getting the Skin Base Foundation I'd love to hear a review! All I've heard about it is good things!

 

http://us.asos.com/Illamasqua-Illamasqua-Skin-Base-Foundation/wlgxp/?iid=1792842&cid=5020&Rf-400=12344&sh=0&pge=0&pgesize=20&sort=-1&clr=12&mporgp=L0lsbGFtYXNxdWEvSWxsYW1hc3F1YS1Ta2luLUJhc2UtRm91bmRhdGlvbi9Qcm9kLw..

 

 

Thanks so much!!! Free shipping is so rare nowadays so thats a great deal. If I do end up purchasing it I will let you know, but Im considering trying the Meow cosmetic samples first since they are only $1 each (I'm poor) icon_redface.gif
 

 

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Not that I'm really adding to helping.. But I have translucent skin especially on my face and I don't have a single bit of color but the blue veins that are visible. and I have the same problem with foundation being too pink or yellow. As I've said in a previous post.. I LIVE for BB cream.. they're supposed to cancel out yellow.. but because of the ashy base color it matches me perfectly. I mix it with foundations that are too dark. I had bought a Laura Mercier Foundation and I LOVED it... but it's so yellow I looked jaundice, it was sad. I really want to try those products now! If you do sample them you should let us know about texture and feel. My skin is so dry it's hard to find foundation for me.

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Not that I'm really adding to helping.. But I have translucent skin especially on my face and I don't have a single bit of color but the blue veins that are visible. and I have the same problem with foundation being too pink or yellow. As I've said in a previous post.. I LIVE for BB cream.. they're supposed to cancel out yellow.. but because of the ashy base color it matches me perfectly. I mix it with foundations that are too dark. I had bought a Laura Mercier Foundation and I LOVED it... but it's so yellow I looked jaundice, it was sad. I really want to try those products now! If you do sample them you should let us know about texture and feel. My skin is so dry it's hard to find foundation for me.

Your comments ARE helpful!! I have never tried BB cream so that is a fantastic idea to try and mix it with some too dark foundation. Next time I'm at sephora I'm going to sample some out. If I do order them I'll be more than happy to let you know how they work. And if you try anything that seems promising please let me know as well :-)
post #18 of 45

the best thing i've ever done to get the right shade of lightness for my redheaded friend was to take a yellow toned light foundation (rimmel 25 hr wear foundation in 103 ivory) and mix lavender cream foundation or concealer with it as needed to get the right amount of blue to match your skin.

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I love Meow Cosmetics I just recently started buying from there... I get the 0 or 1~Sphynx and Siamese... I also love their Lush Blush: Hugs and Kittens and The Equilibrium and Balancing Primer before I use the foundation...   At first when I put the product on it didn't look blended I was a little concerned, but I had a little while before work. So I totally went upstairs and played some xbox for about an hour. Went back and checked myself in the mirror my foundation has settled in and looked excellent. I know have been using Meow for about 2 months maybe 3 and I love it, I would highly recommend it to people with lighter toned skin.

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the best thing i've ever done to get the right shade of lightness for my redheaded friend was to take a yellow toned light foundation (rimmel 25 hr wear foundation in 103 ivory) and mix lavender cream foundation or concealer with it as needed to get the right amount of blue to match your skin.


Thats a good thing to possibly try as well. Id likely still have to mix in some white because ive found a few foundations that have similar coloring to my skin, theres just too much pigment so it looks way dark. its kind of like im the pastel version of normal colored foundation >.<

 



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I love Meow Cosmetics I just recently started buying from there... I get the 0 or 1~Sphynx and Siamese... I also love their Lush Blush: Hugs and Kittens and The Equilibrium and Balancing Primer before I use the foundation...   At first when I put the product on it didn't look blended I was a little concerned, but I had a little while before work. So I totally went upstairs and played some xbox for about an hour. Went back and checked myself in the mirror my foundation has settled in and looked excellent. I know have been using Meow for about 2 months maybe 3 and I love it, I would highly recommend it to people with lighter toned skin.

 

Thank you so much for letting me know! What coverage did you get in the foundations? I'd likely go with the lightest so i dont have a hard time blending like you said. I just want to make sure its enough coverage to hide slight uneven skin tone and all. I have some clinique translucent finishing powder that matches my skin tone, but it has zero coverage. 


 

 

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I have a light mufe foundation and its still quite dark on me. I have some white foundation I can mix into it, but the foundation itself just doesnt work as well.

 

tried to find a few more pics that dont have a bright flash (sorry thats my boyfriend). Somewhere between them all is what I look like in real life =P

 

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hahaha, no worries lady!  i love the orange/red hair on you! looks awesome with your eyes! :D

i didn't quite match up with mufe's HD foundation, that was still too dark on me as well. been trying to think with what other colors i personally was able to work with... mhhhhh. oh, did you ever try thebalms cream foundations? i haven't, but i kind of want to. they have a color called "lighter than light" and from swatches i've seen, it looks pretty darn pale. i'll go hunting for me TB this weekend at TJX, if i'll have a chance to pick it up and try it, i'll let you know! =)

 

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hahaha, no worries lady!  i love the orange/red hair on you! looks awesome with your eyes! biggrin.gif
i didn't quite match up with mufe's HD foundation, that was still too dark on me as well. been trying to think with what other colors i personally was able to work with... mhhhhh. oh, did you ever try thebalms cream foundations? i haven't, but i kind of want to. they have a color called "lighter than light" and from swatches i've seen, it looks pretty darn pale. i'll go hunting for me TB this weekend at TJX, if i'll have a chance to pick it up and try it, i'll let you know! =)

Thank you!!! No I've never tried any Balm poducts, but a shade by that name does sound promising!! If you do try it out id love to hear how it works :-)
post #23 of 45

Hmmmm... I thought I actually posted this earlier today but I guess it didn't post. I tried to say that Cover FX has a very light one called E0 I think and FACE atelier has a foundation called Zero Minus that they use on True Blood. There is also KETT powder, which is a translucent White powder that will somewhat make foundation lighter. I've been VERY interested in both of these products personally and I was supposed to get some but had some issues and I never got to try it yet. I still hope to at some point.

 

I am currently using MAC Prep + Prime Translucent Powder to set the Studio Tech NW15 Cream to Powder Foundation and even on its own that seems to work really well. They also have C3? I think that was a light foundation at MAC but I think it would be far too dark on you. I also use Loreal true Match W1 Porcelain liquid and powder foundation. For the last year but it does seem to get patchy sometimes. 

 

One other thing I've been using is NYX's Foundation Primer which actually kinda looks white on my skin and makes it look like I've used white cream on my face.

 

I also had Mehron's Clown White Extra Light recommended to me for a white foundation. I've also been recommended to use Manic Panic's White Makeup. 

 

Let us all now how the Meow Cosmetics works out cause I would love to find something that works for me as well.

 

I have very fair and pale skin. I try to stay as light as possible although when I was younger I was extremely tan, though I never tried to be. Now I burn and go darker cause of photosensitivity due to medications but I am back to being quite pale. 

 

Let me know if any of these suggestions help you at all!

 

:)

 

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Hmmmm... I thought I actually posted this earlier today but I guess it didn't post. I tried to say that Cover FX has a very light one called E0 I think and FACE atelier has a foundation called Zero Minus that they use on True Blood. There is also KETT powder, which is a translucent White powder that will somewhat make foundation lighter. I've been VERY interested in both of these products personally and I was supposed to get some but had some issues and I never got to try it yet. I still hope to at some point.

 

I am currently using MAC Prep + Prime Translucent Powder to set the Studio Tech NW15 Cream to Powder Foundation and even on its own that seems to work really well. They also have C3? I think that was a light foundation at MAC but I think it would be far too dark on you. I also use Loreal true Match W1 Porcelain liquid and powder foundation. For the last year but it does seem to get patchy sometimes. 

 

One other thing I've been using is NYX's Foundation Primer which actually kinda looks white on my skin and makes it look like I've used white cream on my face.

 

I also had Mehron's Clown White Extra Light recommended to me for a white foundation. I've also been recommended to use Manic Panic's White Makeup. 

 

Let us all now how the Meow Cosmetics works out cause I would love to find something that works for me as well.

 

I have very fair and pale skin. I try to stay as light as possible although when I was younger I was extremely tan, though I never tried to be. Now I burn and go darker cause of photosensitivity due to medications but I am back to being quite pale. 

 

Let me know if any of these suggestions help you at all!

 

:)

 


Thanks for such a detailed response!!!! I have the cover fx and loreal true match and both are still too dark for me to use without it looking noticeable. At mac I'm fairer than their lightest shade N3, and I already purchased their white face and body makeup to try and mix in, but it was way too thick to blend well with any of my current foundations.

 

Someone sent me a sample of their manic panic white foundation and that worked decently well but again the makeup itself wasnt fantastic and it watered down the original product. Ive tried the maybelline fit me...that looked promising, but it ended up being too dark.

 

The best i've found is NYC's liquid foundation in ivory. It doesnt lean yellow or pink and its only id say 4 shades darker than me which is pretty good. I love the consistency of makeup forevers hd foundation, but the colors just arent a good match.

Its SO frustrating!!!! Youd figure ONE of these companies would realize it would be a goldmine to create colors for us caspers >.<

 

post #25 of 45

Well the most promising I've come across are the first two I mentioned, the FACE atelier Zero Minus and the KETT Powder. I think the finishing powder actually makes the slightly too dark foundations match my skin a bit better so its something to try anyway. I am interested in the Meow samples tho. I think the major companies cater to the majority of people's skin colourings but it does make it really hard for the fairest of the fair, especially albino skin. They have the hardest time of all. Or people with multi-coloured skin due to medical illnesses or medications or skin lightening and darkening. They really have to mix and play around with different formulations. It is nice to see some companies trying to come up with lighter foundations that are great for people like us and for people who want the goth look. I personally would love to go even lighter but again that's not easy to achieve. Also coming up with a formula that won't make people break out as well would be ideal.

 

You can't make everyone happy though.

post #26 of 45

I'm wondering if a Korean brand of BB cream would work for those of you with super pale skin.

 

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MISSHA M BB Boomer (BB Cream)

$14.68 on Amazon.com

post #27 of 45
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I've been wanting to try one for quite some time. I'm sure it would help, but I definitely need more coverage than this would provide. I'd ideally like to find a true foundation
 

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Originally Posted by zadidoll View Post

I'm wondering if a Korean brand of BB cream would work for those of you with super pale skin.

 

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MISSHA M BB Boomer (BB Cream)

$14.68 on Amazon.com



 

post #28 of 45

I use skin79. It doesn't really provide coverage as much as it even out my skin and provides a base. I'm lucky enough to not need much coverage. I've used a sample of Misha's BBcream and it was too dark but they have different colors and provided decent coverage and I've also tried Lioele water drop BBcream and I really didn't care for it but it definitely gives coverage.. You just need to do your research based on your skins needs and color. I did a lot of searching and ended up buying like 10 at once.. Skin79's is a favorite of mine.. Garnier is coming out with a drugstore BBcream this year I'm beyond excited to try!

post #29 of 45

Megan - if you have very fair skin then what came out - well what's currently available by Gariner - won't work for you. I'm tracking the light/medium down since I own medium/deep and will have swatches of both up.

post #30 of 45

i'm still trying to find the perfect shade for my skin, too. so i know how frustrating it can be. anywho, i just purchased the foundation shade Geisha by Ben Nye, its a teensy bit too light / pink toned for me. (strange that my skin is pink AND yellow toned pale? idk) it could work for you. they have a pretty big range, a few types of foundations for sensitive / non-sensitive skin, plus the pots are big compared to drug store brands and the prices are pretty reasonable for the quality you get.

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