Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 9
Rated 4 out of 5 by Rachel93 Not tinted moisturiser, much better
Fantastic product, full coverage, very dewy, colours are very weird and different to American would love a more yellow colour in this foundation. Overall fantastic product would recomend. Not sure how it would feel on oily skin as I'm very dry. Would need lots of powder to keep in place.
08 June 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by JC12 Fabulous product but wrong containe.
I love this product but find it so difficult to get out the pump does not pump the product out! Please re-package in a tube!
08 March 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Luce04 Pricey But Worth It
First of all, in spite of this being called a 'tinted moisturizer', don't be fooled. The coverage it gives is superior to any foundation I've tried. I have a LOT of redness, uneven skin tone, open pores, you name it - and this covers it all, and gives me the most amazing glow. If you find the luminosity too much, you can add powder on top - it tones the effect down, but you still retain a slight 'glowy' look. I've also tried the Immaculate Powder Foundation, but the coverage it gave me just wasn't as good as this. I have oily-combo skin, and even with a primer, I've found that the majority of foundations tend to fade into my skin after a few hours - this one stays put. I'm a little confused about the shades though. The swatches on spacenk don't look anything like the actual colours. When I first bought this tinted moisturizer, I got the Light Beige, which has a slight orange tint and looks a bit dark on me. I decided to try the Ivory shade, which btw, ISN'T at all. Anyone who has a very fair complexion will probably find it too dark. I'm not entirely sure the Ivory is the right match for me but it seems to adjust to my skin tone after a while. I still have some Light Beige left over and I've been mixing a tiny drop in with the Ivory. American website Sephora states that Shell is for porcelain complexions with light undertones, Ivory for fair complexions with neutral undertones, Light Beige for light to medium complexions with neutral undertones, Sand is beige for light to medium complexions with peach undertones, Beige is medium golden beige for medium complexions with yellow undertones, and Warm Beige is deep tan for medium to dark skins with yellow undertones. But is Sand lighter than Light Beige or darker? It would be very useful if photograpsh of the actual colours were included.
14 June 2014