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3 New Fall Foundations We Love

With the coming of BB creams and CC cream, it is harder and harder to find a foundation that we want to wear on a daily basis. Foundations can sometimes feel heavy on your skin, clog pores and look cakey. We actually thought our days of foundation wearing were over. Three new foundations have made us change our minds and reminded us what a great foundation can do.

Maybelline Fit Me Foundation Stick – For the girl who says she doesn’t wear foundation, but also doesn’t want to look shiny or red during the day. This Maybelline Fit Me stick is practically foolproof. First it comes in shades that make it easy to find a colour to match your skin. There is very little guess work. Next, it’s easy to apply because it comes in the stick. Finally it has a matte finish and anti-shine so your skin looks wonderfully smooth like you have been airbrushed over. I didn’t realize how much time was spent applying foundation, until I got this stick, but now I don’t want to go back.

Nars Radiant Cream Compact Foundation – It’s been a long time since we have seen foundation in a little compact for, but apparently easy to use foundation is back in style. Nars gives you all of their quality in an easy and sleek size. Their cream foundation is very light on the skin, while giving you just the right amount of coverage. It helps skin look more radiant and boosts moisture throughout the day.

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Lancôme Teint Visionnaire Foundation – This is a serious foundation for someone who is comfortable with full coverage foundation to get stunning skin. This is a two step process with the Flawless Perfecting Foundation that instantly gives you beautiful looking skin. As an added bonus you will get the High Coverage Corrector right on top for work on dark spots, dark circles and flaws. This was love at first use!

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