Best I’ve found in Australia
I’ve tried several foundations since moving to Australia but none suited me very well. I have quite an oily t-zone and am prone to breakouts with many other brands. With Thin Lizzy Duchess, I’ve found the one that works for me. Light enough not to clog pores and heavy enough to cover. It doesn’t last me all day, but longer than any other. Great product, and a bottle/tube lasts 2-3 months!
A little goes a long way with this foundation. I like a very light coverage so a small drop on each side of the face and blend with the blurring brush, makes my skin great and lasts all day without creasing or drying (Im in my mid 30’s, have combination and non-sensitive skin but can breakout with some overly oily products) I’ve been using the foundation for a couple of months now and it’s my go-to. Only con is the price point, it’s pricey for a small amount but apart from that I highly recommend (with the blurring brush, makes application SO quick & easy).
Annoyed to have wasted my money. The product has little coverage and has to be reapplied during the day. Also, if you follow their instructions for applying with that unwieldy blending sponge - I just don't have time to stand there dabbing away forever (or 'stippling' as they call it). I want a foundation that goes on quickly, stays on all day and provides decent coverage. Flawless Complexion foundation does none of these.
Not as advertised.
It made my skin look overly made-up. It is very highly pigmented - either too yellow or too pink, depending on the shade used ( I had three shades) and it has virtually no coverage at all. Basically, it is totally unlike how it looks on the Tv advertisements. A total waste of money and makes me look far worse with it on than I do with a bare face, which is the only makeup I’ve ever bought that does that! Do not buy this expensive rubbish.
It's not everything it's cracked up to be
I've been using this product for a little while. I had it on the other day and my daughter asked if I had put my makeup on in the dark. That was very insulting to me and when I looked in the mirror there was a colour change for sure. I've only ever had this problem with a couple of products before. I thought that paying a bit more would give me a better product. I was very dissappointed with it and won't get it again.
Okay but not a variety of suitable shades.
I was sucked into buying a new package including the flawless complexion brush (which I do not use because I lose too much product) and also included an orange beauty blender which literally had colour coming off it when dampening. It's not a bad beginners makeup but I would not recommend it as a main makeup. It covered okay but the shades are either too yellow or too pink. I worked in Priceline for a while so had the chance to keep experimenting on different skin tones. Not a buildable foundation. Really still love their powders but I'm going back to Rimmel as a pharmacy brand. If you want to pay top dollar for makeup that looks flawless, stick with too faced or inglot. My opinion as an oily and olive tone skin.
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This is an awesome product. Love it.
I am always skeptical buying any product from advertised on TV, however I did search the Internet first and the reviews were decent so I went ahead and purchased this foundation set in the colour Minx from Kiana Beauty Melbourne .
I have several dark blotches on my face and this foundation exceeded my expectations covering them completely.
The blurring brush included in the kit is so soft and blends the foundation in seamlessly. Exactly as advertised, two pumps onto your hand is all that is required. I use the sponge in the set to dab the...
Questions & Answers
After putting on liquid foundation the lady giving the demo put on the mineral powder over the top, is this the way it is suppose to work
Hi Ann. I think that depends on you, and what results you want. I tend to use the powder over the foundation when my skin is a little oilier, but not all the time. :-)
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