I love this stuff.
Too easy to buy online thanks this is the only foundation I have used since I was 20
It meets my colour match perfect and not heavy
I love that I can make my skin glow and darker If I want to
Not oily- worth the price too
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Discontinued and impossible to replace
I have rosacea and very fair skin. Thin Lizzy pressed powder in Enchanted Rose was the only product I could find in my colour, despite trying many other global brands, some much more expensive. Thin Lizzy has (had?) the combination of glow, coverage, skin-friendly ingredients, and right colour tone for me. The liquid foundation reintroduced in Enchanted Rose is darker and doesn't match, and covering my entire face in full-coverage concealer is just not possible without it caking and looking like a mask. Duchess is the right colour but too dark. Miss Von Dita is too yellow. Bring Enchanted Rose pressed powder back, and take my money.
Purchased in January 2015 for A$40.00.
Questions & Answers
Why have you dropped from SPF15 to SPF10 in the mineral foundations?
I can't see that the formulation has changed, so my guess is that the requirements to meet SPF 15 have changed, or that Thin Lizzy's packaging is for multiple countries. A bit like how US SPF 15 products are actually Australian SPF 10. With such a low SPF already, this isn't suitable as your sole sunscreen. Layer Thin Lizzy over a broad spectrum SPF 50+ sunscreen. :)
How do u use it because besides the lid. It has another cover
Is there any free samples of thin Lizzy mineral foundation I can try before I buy
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