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Rimmel 25 hour lasting foundation…

Rimmel 25 hour lasting foundation…

Hello my lovely readers….. how are you all?
Well I’m actually tucked up in bed listening to music and thought to update my blog….it’s 00:52 here in the UK…… I really need to go to sleep!! ha!
Well today I went shopping and bought a new foundation…..Rimmel’s 25 hour lasting foundation.
At first I didn’t really think it would work but when I got home I applied it onto my skin and it immediatley looked dewy, gorgeous and glowing.
After 2 minutes of letting it sink in my skin looked airbrushed and without much having to be done.
After wearing it all day I have to say I am very happy with this and I think it’s my new go-to foundation for nights out or when I feel like wearing something throughout the day.
It doesn’t transfer onto clothes, I actually rubbed one of my favourite white shirts on my face to test it (not that clever if it had rubbed off onto it) and it didn’t come off then I wiped my face with a baby wipe…..again it did NOT budge…… the end it came off with my Liz Earle make-up cleanser.
This is my new favourite product….I like Maxfactors foundation too but if you don’t want shine, just a healthy glow and you need a founation to last all day then this is the one to go for.
You can buy it from superdrug or boots for £6.99 and it comes in shades that will suit each skin tone.
Layla xx
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  • I bought this yesterday, and start to use it with Everyday Mineral Flat top Brush, but it didn’t look so good, how do u wear it?

    • Hello!

      Thank you for your comment! When I apply foundation I normally apply my moisturiser and let it absorb fully then I apply my foundation using my fingers as the heat from my hands blend the makeup into the skin!
      If you don’t want to use your fingers you can use a foundation brush with a slight point or a stipple brush which blends makeup into skin!

      I will do a post about make-up brushes in the next few weeks so make sure you check back for that!! 🙂

      I hope that helps xxx

  • Hello, thank you for your comment.

    I would recommend using either Bobbi Brown which you can find in all the big stores such as Debenhams and John Lewis or using Iman cosmetics as the make-up is specially designed for coloured skin and you can find this in Fenwick, Beauty Base and Morleys.

    As you have combination skin I would say avoid any foundation that is oil-based and use an oil-free moisturiser and primer before make-up to keep it in place and avoid the shine.

    A good primer can be found from Mally beauty which can be purchased from QVC and this helps make-up look flawless and last all day!

    Hope this helps….if you need anything else let me know and I’ll be happy to help.

    Let me know how you get on!

    Layla xxx

  • Hey there! I have dark skin (African origin) and would love your advice on foundation for dark skin. Mac do a good range but their colours are not the same anymore. I have a combination skin and like something that have a nice mat finish as i get hot and have the “melted” look after few hours. I currently use Dream matt moose in caramel which works well but i wanted a change.Any suggestions.

  • Layla – This foundation is very good and have recently started using this on my friends and cients and they love the finish it gives their skin. The airbursh look you say.
    I will continue to use this, even if I didnt use it i would after reading this.
    – Laura

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