Bare Mineral BareSkin Foundation
 

Years ago when BareMinerals first became popular I was a huge fan of their mineral makeup. As I got older I ventured into other products and foundation formulations and never really went back to Bare Minerals. I found that I really preferred using a liquid foundation over the loose powder. When I heard that BareMinerals was launching a liquid foundation I just couldn't wait to try it out! The hype for this product was huge! You couldn't open a magazine or watch TV without seeing or hearing about it. Over the months since its release I heard a wide array of reviews from good to bad and finally caved and purchased it when I saw it on QVC in this set.


The BareSkin Foundation has really catapulted the trend for serum type foundations with drugstore brands even jumping in on the game (I am talking about you Maybelline!). It’s a completely new formulation for Bareminerals but is still packed with those good for you ingredients that are in the OG formula. It claims to be tone correcting and a skin brightening although I have yet to see any results of this type. The perfecting face brush was designed specifically for use with the new foundation and really does help to apply the foundation evenly. I do think you could use any brush with this foundation but none the less it applies the foundation quite nicely.


As for the actual product its self it claims to be tone correcting and a skin brightening although I have yet to see any results of this type. BareMinerals also claims this formula is for all skin types and complexions and reading through reviews I don't know if that is completely true (I can’t attest to this since I only have one skin type). I think this is a great foundation that applies ultra-thin and can easily be built up. They suggest using 2 drops for sheer coverage 4 for medium and 6 for heavier coverage. I found myself using 6 drops as I am used to wearing full coverage foundations and setting with a powder (which I would recommend for the more oily prone gals). Be sure to shake this product well before using otherwise you will get a separated foundation…which no one wants.


Over all I don’t mind this foundation. It applies like silk and has a really nice satin finish. I think if you have pretty clear skin that this would be a great option. I found that after a few hours it would sit weirdly on areas that had breakouts so I save this foundation when my skin isn’t acting up.

Have you tried this foundation yet? What are your thoughts; leave me a comment below!



Bare Mineral BareSkin Foundation
 

Years ago when BareMinerals first became popular I was a huge fan of their mineral makeup. As I got older I ventured into other products and foundation formulations and never really went back to Bare Minerals. I found that I really preferred using a liquid foundation over the loose powder. When I heard that BareMinerals was launching a liquid foundation I just couldn't wait to try it out! The hype for this product was huge! You couldn't open a magazine or watch TV without seeing or hearing about it. Over the months since its release I heard a wide array of reviews from good to bad and finally caved and purchased it when I saw it on QVC in this set.


The BareSkin Foundation has really catapulted the trend for serum type foundations with drugstore brands even jumping in on the game (I am talking about you Maybelline!). It’s a completely new formulation for Bareminerals but is still packed with those good for you ingredients that are in the OG formula. It claims to be tone correcting and a skin brightening although I have yet to see any results of this type. The perfecting face brush was designed specifically for use with the new foundation and really does help to apply the foundation evenly. I do think you could use any brush with this foundation but none the less it applies the foundation quite nicely.


As for the actual product its self it claims to be tone correcting and a skin brightening although I have yet to see any results of this type. BareMinerals also claims this formula is for all skin types and complexions and reading through reviews I don't know if that is completely true (I can’t attest to this since I only have one skin type). I think this is a great foundation that applies ultra-thin and can easily be built up. They suggest using 2 drops for sheer coverage 4 for medium and 6 for heavier coverage. I found myself using 6 drops as I am used to wearing full coverage foundations and setting with a powder (which I would recommend for the more oily prone gals). Be sure to shake this product well before using otherwise you will get a separated foundation…which no one wants.


Over all I don’t mind this foundation. It applies like silk and has a really nice satin finish. I think if you have pretty clear skin that this would be a great option. I found that after a few hours it would sit weirdly on areas that had breakouts so I save this foundation when my skin isn’t acting up.

Have you tried this foundation yet? What are your thoughts; leave me a comment below!



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