MAKEUPRIMMEL Lasting Finish Nude FoundationI read one the back of the bottle that this promises a lightweight, poreless effect and I'm just laughing my face off because this foundation showed me pores I didn't know I have. Horrible, useless foundation that makes my skin look almost worse than it is, well at least it gives about a medium coverage, but it emphasises every pore, every line and even looks patchy on my nose. The only way I could make this work was by mixing it with a far superior Bourjois CC cream (which is too dark for me) and using a very dense, oval brush. Still, this is a foundation that is a backstabber, meaning even though it looks decent when applied, in 15 minutes you deeply regret choosing this foundation. But it does have a plus side believe it or not, and that is the shade. 010 Light Porcelain is a rare gem in drugstore foundations that fits even the palest, cool skin tones (also the reason I used up the whole bottle), though when the foundation is old, I noticed it starts to oxidise. I just don't like Rimmel foundations on my skin.Repurchase: No, at least I'll try to avoid it.
DIOR Diorskin Nude BB CremeWhen I got this, I absolutely loved it. It has a similar look on the skin than my all-time favourite Bourjois Healthy Mix Serum, so it's invisible on the face, but gives about a light-medium coverage. The main difference between the two is that Dior's has a satin finish and that the lightest shade is pink toned. I loved the shade from the start, it's one of the rare pale ones even in high-end foundation that we can get here, however, by the time I used up the last drop, I think because I had it for too long, it was oxidising so badly, my face was orange in about 10 minutes after application. If you get it, use it up within a year.Repurchase: I'm not sure.
SKIN CARENUXE Huile Prodigieuse Multi-Purpose Dry OilAfter six years this remains my firm favourite, a skin care item I can rely on and my constant in my routine. I use it on my fac...