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little_miss_sunshine asked:

15 Feb 2010

The Best Cheapish Foundation for Combination Skin

Hii :) I've been looking for a foundation which is:

- Inexpensive (less than £10)

- Blends well

- Is good for dry patches AND oily parts

- And also is availible in Boots or Superdrug - basically you don't have to order it online and the stores are easily accessible in the UK.

If you could help then that would be great - HEEEEELP!

Thank you :D



shysparrow13 says:

Posted on 15 Feb 2010

sorry I wouldn't know,

but try your nearest

drug store or

supermarket. :3


vanillabb says:

Posted on 15 Feb 2010

i've been buying covergirl microminerals powder , it works wonder's and it stay on the whole day, ecspecially because its getting hot out the powder kind stays on and dosn't fade like most liquid coverup

it dosn't dry out the skin and it dosn't make it more oily which is what i have too.


kayleighandcharlotte says:

Posted on 15 Feb 2010

i use the new maybelline new york dream satin liquid foundation. I got mine from boots and i think it was round about £5-6. I have really oily skin around my nose and dry skin on my forehead, it worked perfectly for the oily skin but not for the dry skin, so i don't put any foundation there because in my opinion it makes it worse and my fringe covers it so its all good. But yeah i would recommend it for oily skin and i would recommend to not put anything on dry skin, it will only make it worse; if you wash your face everyday and use one of them special dry skin face washes that will help clear it up, i haven't got any dry skin face wash products yet so i can't help you with that. Also alot of people think the foundation is cacky so i would recommend you go into boots or superdrug and try the tester:-)


fulltimepinklady says:

Posted on 15 Feb 2010

idk what they sell in the drugstore but i like maybelline mineral foundation, any covergirl foundation is good. ive also heard revlon is great but i'm not sure how much it costs.


barbipixi says:

Posted on 15 Feb 2010

y don't you just use a face lotion first that's oil free for combination skin? it'll help even it out first then you can use your foundation


kayleighandcharlotte says:

Posted on 15 Feb 2010

if not i would also recommend rimmel london 16 hour lasting finish foundation, i got mine for £3 when boots had a sale but it turned out i got a shade that was 3 times darker than my skin, but it really worked well though, or if your willing the pay £11 max factor have a nice foundation for £11 but i don't know what its called, its in a round container but has a sponge applicator with it :)

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