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RMS Beauty living luminizer. Amazing! Very nice, dewy look without sparkles.

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Thanks, but these brands are also unavailable here. What a pity!

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^ what about MAC's Cream Colour Base in "Pearl" or "Luna"?

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Can anyone reccommend me a foundation that conceals well but at the same time doesn't look cake-y?

Plus, I need a new sun powder, without too much shimmer, so I would like to get some tips on that as well.

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princess sparkle,

thank you very much. I'll check it out.

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Can anyone reccommend me a foundation that conceals well but at the same time doesn't look cake-y?
Why not just get a concealer then? I haven't heard of a full-coverage foundation that doesn't look cakey or obvious.

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I do have a concealer, though. But I prefer foundations with good coverage.

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there are lots on the market that don't look cakey. estee lauder double wear or double wear maximum cover are two really good ones, i can vouch they don't look too mask like.

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I've had double wear before, and yes, it's pretty good. Maybe I should go for it again. Thinking about trying out Pro Lumiere as well.

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Another one here for Double Wear, I also like Lucidity..another EL one.

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what about YSL 'Perfect Touch'? Is it recommendable?

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Definitely Double Wear! I use the Light Wear one and it's really versatile - if I want more coverage I simply put more on. Great staying power

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what about Giorgio Armani 'Designer Foundation`? Is it worth the price?

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Can anyone reccommend me a foundation that conceals well but at the same time doesn't look cake-y?

Plus, I need a new sun powder, without too much shimmer, so I would like to get some tips on that as well.
bourjois healthy mix foundation. for more concealing, apply with your fingers rather than a brush.

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