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Discussion in 'The Beauty Cupboard' started by NANA, Jan 5, 2004.
what does every one think about kevin acioun fordation
do you mean the Sensual Skin Enhancer??
I have heard it is an amazing concealer, but I haven't heard many people say that they use it as an all over foundation.
It's OK as a foundation if the skin is very well moisturized, and it's best when used on the parts of the face where you need it rather than on the entire face (make a triangle from forehead to the chin...) and if mixed with the moisturizer it can also be great.
A little goes a long way... But it depends on your type of skin.
Older women tend to think that they need a lot of coverage because of wrinkles, etc, while the best thing is to do it opposite and use a light foundation (even if possible a tinted moisturizer) and a good concealer so that the foundation doesn't get in the wrinkles.
i absolutely agree on lighter foundation ribes.
*i've heard that Laureen Hutton's makeup line might be good, since she created all textures exclusively for 'older' skin (she was fed up with ugly foundations that were great for younger skin but not for her-at her 60s now), havent tried the foundation myself but it may worth checking out.
*Guerlain and Shiseido might also provide top foundations
hi thanks to everyone for your input. i think i'll try llauren hutton :
If you can't get Lauren Hutton, try Laura Mercier's tinted moisturizer or her oil free foundation, previoulsy using her primer and use the foundation with a moistened foundation brush so that the coverage is not too much.
thanks Ribs, and everyone else i love all the input
you are welcome Nana
if you get Lauren's foundation, let us know how it feels on your skin
hi lena, i do have her kit of concealers and they are great, tried her lipsticks don't like because they didn't last bye for now NANA