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Thread: Help!!Good liquid foundation

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    Default Help!!Good liquid foundation

    Hello all,

    I need help, again. I have been using mineral makeup for two years now. While it does not irritate my skin, it does make it appear dry and lackluster. I just look very powdery and don't feel good when I leave the house.

    Does anyone know of a good liquid foundation that doesn't cause irritation. It doesn't have to have an SPF, just a good foundation for dry, sensitive skin. Preferably one with good coverage.


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    Senior Member TheMediumDog's Avatar
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    I've recommended Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturizer before. Obviously, its a tinted moisturizer rather than a foundation, but it is one of the heavier TM's. Perhaps not quite as much as a foundation, but nearly.

    One thing you won't look with this TM is dry and lackluster. The finish is what it is famed for, and I can testify that it is superb.

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    Senior Member PA Dancer's Avatar
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    If you do a search in the forum you will find a few other threads on this topic.

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