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What MMU's have the creamiest consistancy?

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I've tried PUR minerals and it's very powdery. Don't care for. Don't care for BE, either. I am currently using Signature Minerals foundation and it's creamier, but the coverage is too light.

 

Any suggestions for a creamier foundie with better coverage?

 

I'm looking to sample a few.

 

Thanks.

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Joppaminerals are creamy, super creamy!!! great coverage too-

and also everyday minerals are creamy and you can chose coverage among their 4 different formulas

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I found the Luna formula from McDowell's Dreamworld to be very creamy. Foundations with a high zinc oxide content tend to be the most creamy IMHO. Cory has a high zinc percentage too, but I haven't tried it myself.

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I think anything with a low mica content is going to be creamier. Cory is mica-free, and I'm willing to bet that many of the others mentioned are, as well.

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You can also just blend whatever you are using now with a little bit of water and make it a paste. This will give it a creamy consistency and maybe the feel on the face you are looking for smile.gif

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For me, so far, I have found Alima to be the creamiest on me. I find it to be a light to medium coverage, depending on how many layers you apply. It actually diminishes the looks of my lines on my face moreso than any other MMU foundie I have tried thus far (still sampling but have tried quite a few). It may actually end up being my HG. It seems we all can have such different experiences with MU I believe due to our own unique chemical MU, skin type, etc.

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Originally Posted by cleodelinda View Post
I found the Luna formula from McDowell's Dreamworld to be very creamy. Foundations with a high zinc oxide content tend to be the most creamy IMHO. Cory has a high zinc percentage too, but I haven't tried it myself.
Where is this company located?

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I have to say I just sampled Lauress Ethereal formula this past weekend and it is very creamy. Almost like liquid foundation coverage but without the clogged pores. Heh. I had to hold myself back from buying a f/s after sampling since I still have almost a full container of my f/s Minimalist formula to get through! Not to mention the Elemental f/s I set aside when I bought the Minimalist f/s... so far I'm holding steady to not buy another f/s foundation until I get through at least most of the Minimalist. :P

 

Alima is also pretty creamy but application takes a little perfecting. At first I didn't like it, but if you use a dense brush (like a flat top or denser bristled kabuki) it goes on with better coverage. Too loose bristles and it takes forever to try to build evenly.

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