Your go-to beauty product probably varies greatly from your friends’ favorites, but there is one item that every woman relies on to create the look they desire. The search for a trustworthy foundation can be long and frustrating, but online reviews can help you to identify the best product for your needs and skin type. Colorescience Foundations Reviews offer feedback from users, allowing you to expand your peer group and gain more targeted insight. This information can help you to make a purchasing decision that you can feel confident about.
If you have never used online reviews to help you choose a product, begin by reading through Colorescience Foundations Reviews and looking for people who have a similar skin type to your own. Skin tone, oil levels, dryness, and other issues can all impact the effectiveness of a product, so take care to find information from people who share your needs. In this way, Colorescience Foundations Reviews can work to guide you towards a product that will work for you. By researching before making a purchase, you can eliminate the often long and frustrating trial-and-error process.
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Broke out! Any advice out there?
-3/2/2008 7:22:50 PM
As a model and Make up artist for over 7 years in the Hollywood area, I was not impressed by Bare Essentials. Not pure ingredients as stated, therefore, when I came across ColorScience and found out that the founder of mineral make up, had left bare essentials to return to producing a quality, completely pure line, I was so enthused. I used the powder w/brush "california girl" and "invisible matte" primer/finishing powder for oily skin. It was wonderful, and an easy way to "run out of the house" on errand days. After years of dermatologist office appointments to rid cystic acne with rosacea, I felt that I should try ColorSciences best selling product, Line Tamer. It noted, "It is recommended for all types of redness issues such as rosacea and acne. " Great! Actually HORRIBLE! My skin broke out so feverishly after two uses that I had to cancel a photoshoot. I had already turned my girlfriends, model peers, dermatologist and esithitician's office onto swapping out Jane Iredelle for colorscience, then I tried speaking with their customer service team. (not skinstore, but ColorScience). A very young girl answered, and asked me to look at the ingredients and let her know precisely which ingredient I was allergic to? I said, that this was more of the reason I was calling them, for if the make up was pure "enough to sleep in", what would be causing such bad breakouts, acne like, when I thought I had my acne under control. She said "Ma'am, I am not a scientist, I don't know your skin?" I simply then asked to talk to a supervisor. She, (I think her name was Ashley) said "well if you think someone else can help you better". I told her that I simply did not have time to have my dermatologist test every ingredient in Line Tamer to tell them which ingredient I am reacting to! (duh...sorry!) The supervisor was not much help either. I asked her if the main ingredient was from a silicone derivative or if the product was in some silicone base? I did not know what the Dimithecone sp? first ingredient was, I figured some sort of base ingredient. She also had no idea. She must have said twelve times that the whole line is "non comedogenic" and "suited for all skin types". Obviously not mine! I told her that the pressed powders were also noted for oily skin, but had carrot oils and other essential oils that would make me and most other cystic acne and rosacea/sensitive skin people no fair so well with the pressed powders. She said that I should just send the products back. I told her it was a shame, and that I wished they could contact the founder of ColorScience for I was trying to really give them a chance and voice in the industry. As the founder of mineral make up, I felt they deserved more space in the market. But as a misfortune, after hearing that I must be allergic to the "goat hair bristles" on my "invisible matte" and "california girl" lose powders w/brush, I finally had to end the conversation by saying, "I told you, I love those products and they seem to be the only, oil free, pure products that work for me! I don't know if you are not listening or not knowledgable of the product line." (No offense, I told them they were kind, and tried to help?) In all, there are so many Mineral make up lines now, even cosmetic lines of boutique fashion houses are coming out with thier own spins on this new "trend" or make up movement. My last question was that, from studying nutrition, too much minerals cause toxicity in the body. The skin is our largest "organ" for absorbtion. Again, they did not know or have an answer. I would love to hear results other people have had, maybe a comment from the founder, or you gorgeous scientists out there that may explain why the loose powders with the lamb bristles were fine, and the other pressed and line tamer products had too many oils or silicone or??? And can a person get too many minerals? Also, what is the differnce between removing "heavy metals" from the skin from the water we use, and using zinc, coppe
Quality Product & Finish
-2/27/2008 9:49:33 AM
I don't do alot of reviews but felt this was worth sharing. I have tried alot of foundations at all price ranges, trying to find one that not only looked natural but one that didn't clog my pores, break out or irritate my skin. I've always wanted to find a good quality mineral foundation but the ones I've tried don't cover well or have yellow coloring or a glaze type finish that looks way overdone. After discussing this w/one of the consultants, I decided to give this one a try and got more than one color to find the best color for me. I'm so glad I did! It goes on so smooth and the finish is very natural. It covers so nicely but doesn't look heavy. They do make a concealer color pallet but found I didn't have to use it as the foundation covered very well under my eyes, to my surprise. For a lighter finish, I use a brush or the sponges that comes w/it for more coverage. I'm in my 50's and have semi-dry skin but have a shiny nose and it worked great on all areas & it doesn't irritate my skin or make it itch like others. I don't like spending $50.00 for base makeup but since I didn't have to buy a separate concealer, that pretty much cuts the price in half plus alittle goes a long way. I believe refills are only $35. One other important point I'd like to make is that SkinStore.com allows you to return this brand if your not satisfied or in my situation, I returned the other color that didn't match my skin. Before I decided to order this I noticed on a couple of their competitors sites that also sell this brand; do not allow their customers to return ColoreScience if not satified which makes no sense to me, especially with higher end products that one is trying for the first time. This website stands behind their products & this foundation is well worth getting & trying. Finally, I've found a great foundation!
Married to colorescience!
-2/3/2008 2:11:54 PM
Everything i have tried from colorescience has been the best thing i could put onto my face, and there were no dissapointments here, i can apply it with a make up pad, or a brush and use it any where, it is very compacted and a little bit goes along way. A light brushing over is all i need for the entire day. Out of everything i use and buy from skinstore, without a doubt colorescience is my favorite, and excellent value for money. Thank-you skinstore and colorescience.
great powder makeup
-1/13/2007 12:44:18 PM
This applies for all Colorescience compacts- they are very fine in texture, and are best applied with a brush. If you apply them with the powder puff that comes with the product, you will get a very heavy camouflage look - appropriate only for evenings out or performing on Broadway. This particular shade is VERY light - I have very fair skin and it still looked light on me. Can still be used for a porcelain face look or blushing bride.
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