The concealer is not full coverage like it is advertised.. I tried to cover my dark under eye circles and my tattoo and it didn't work at all, just made my skin look cakey.
Purchased for A$114.00.
Great product. So light weight and compact and easy to take travelling. Perfect colour for my skin tone and easy to apply. Gives great coverage. Highly recommend for anyone to use!
Only one I use. Have 2 friends who liked it on me so much they now wear it and love iy
Have used it for years and will continue to do so.
I am 80 yrs old so tried many but none compare with thin lizzie
Beautiful coverage and I love the new powder recently received
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
The reviewer stated that an incentive was offered for this review
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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