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tinted moisterizer

post #1 of 10
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Anyone here use tinted moisturizer instead of foundation/powder? What tinted moisturizer do you use? Right now I'm using Benefit's You Rebel, but lately it's making me break out I need to find a new one. I hear MAC's Select Tint is good, but it's a little too heavy for me. What other brands should I look into...stuff that isn't full of chemicals and isn't heavy [and less than $35]?
post #2 of 10
Try a sample of Laura Mercier. They have two formulas; one is oil free. I have a friend who swears by it.
post #3 of 10
I use Stila's sheer cover, its really light and it has never made me break out. Try it, I highly recommend!
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i've tried laura mercier, and i really liked it.
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Murad tinted moisturizer with spf. its light, extremely smooth and good skin nourishing qualities. i used stila tinted before and that sucked, the color and oil separated it was kinda disgusting.
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I had bought BB's TM, but just wan't very thrilled with it. Then last year I got lassoes to a LM counter at Nordstroms. I was trying to get away, and then she applied the oil free primer and the tinted moisturizer. I was so surprised how much it evened out my face. Not that my face is very uneven, but it just looked like a healthy face. Sometimes I go back to powdered foundation, but I reach for this a lot more often.
post #7 of 10
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Originally Posted by Annessa View Post
i've tried laura mercier, and i really liked it.
I use LM oil free tinted moisturizer and its not heavy at all and gives me a really nice color, also I am acne prone and this does not make me break out at all.
post #8 of 10
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Originally Posted by estherriver View Post
Try a sample of Laura Mercier. They have two formulas; one is oil free. I have a friend who swears by it.
Yep, this is the best, with the primer, like Kenics said, it can't be beat! My old roommate is a professional make-up artist and this is what she uses.
post #9 of 10
Tinted moisturizers are awesome for non avid make up wearers...it not only moisturizes but is non comedogenic as well. If you have a foundation already and find it looks too heavy, you can dilute it with your favorite moisturizer without having to go out and spend money on a pre tinted one...

I use Marcelle, it's cheap, works well and has an SPF 15 conveniently for the summer months...
post #10 of 10
Bobbi Brown tinted moisturizer 15SPF I have used it for years and I love it....if you put it on with a foundation brush it goes on so nice and even!
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