100% Pure 2nd Skin Foundation Review
Hi everyone, I'm so glad it's officially fall because I'm over the hot, blazing weather! Also because it's getting closer to my favorite season, winter! Today I have the 100% Pure 2nd Skin Foundation to share with you all. This is 100% Pure's newest foundation which features a light-weight serum texture, olive squaline, fruit pigments (no artificial dyes), a lot of healthy, antioxidant-packed ingredients, and retails for $45. I got color matched in stores and picked up the shade Sand which is a light/medium shade with warm undertones.
|Swatch: 100% Pure 2nd Skin Foundation in Sand|
100% Pure never disappoints when it comes to creating healthy, plant-based makeup that is actually good for you. The pigments come from peaches, isn't that so amazing?! Just take a look at the ingredients list.
Aside from the clean ingredients, the texture feels watery and silky. Once blended into the skin, it feels like a primer. Because of its lightweight texture, it really allows my skin to breathe and doesn't feel like I have foundation on my face. It provides a buildable, medium to full coverage with a satin-matte finish which is great for my oily/combo skin. It also lasts a full day for me (around 8-9 hours). I like to dot the foundation on my face and blend it out with the Honest Beauty Buffing Brush. And a little bit of this stuff goes a LONG way!
The packaging is not only pretty, but also sturdy. I've had problems in the past with some 100% Pure products leaking or lids cracking but this one holds up really well! I also like the fact that it has a serum dropper instead of a pump.
Although I have oily/combo skin that's acne prone, this foundation accentuates my dry patches that I never knew I had! It settles and shows how dry my chin and nose area is. I moisturize and prep my skin prior to application but I think this would require a more moisturizing base.
Also, if you apply too much of the foundation, it will look super cakey and dry.
Overall, if you have oily skin, give this foundation a try. I personally would think twice before repurchasing this because of the way it accentuates my dry areas. I really like the watery texture and concept, maybe I need to experiment with different moisturizing bases. Have you guys tried this before? Or do you have any clean foundation recommendations for me?
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