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Best Foundation For Redness

GlamGeek Top Picks

A more detailed look at some Foundation products best suited to particular conditions and attributes, based upon your reviews.

3.56
31 Reviews
I love this covers my redness, can be a little cakes, but if blended properly looks fab
21 May 2016
I have bought this foundation many of times and it's absolutely brilliant for my oily/problem skin. I find it covers any redness with ease, and can even cover the darkest of scars/blemishes as this foundation is very buildable. I find this foundation very long lasting, and as an oily person I find myself completely oil free for a good 6 hours. This foundation looks so natural too.
20 Aug 2016
I wanted to try this foundation to see if it would cover my thread veins. I had seen Charlotte Tilbury using for women who had lots of facial redness. I first tried to apply with a brush, but found it difficult to blend, so next with a sponge applicator and that worked so much better for myself. The finish was amazing it looked flawless, but did not have that mask like feel. I loved it
30 Apr 2016
  Where to Buy?
Charlotte Tilbury
£32.00
John Lewis
£32.00
Cult Beauty
£32.00
Feelunique
£32.00
3.25
113 Reviews
It is definitely full coverage, and covers redness and blemished very well, but it does leave the skin looking quite cakey and doesn't give you that natural effect.
24 Sep 2016
It's definitely worth the cheap price as it totally covers and hides different skin colours e.g. redness but leaves your skin looking a little dry and doesn't look natural enough.
25 Sep 2016
Cakey
I did not get on with this foundation, I tried it a few times and it just didn't work for me. It was way too cakey on my skin no matter how much I blended or whether l used a brush or a beauty blender. It also looked quite orangey on my skin even when I used my foundation mixers. The only good thing about this foundation is that it definitely has full coverage as it covered all of my spots and redness.
18 Jul 2017
  Where to Buy?
lookfantastic.com
£8.29
HQhair.com
£8.29
Fragrance Direct
£4.99
Feelunique
£8.29
Boots.com
£8.29
Superdrug
£8.29
3.68
177 Reviews
I have dry, pale skin and excessive redness and this product pretty much ticks all the box's. Its not brilliant but its not half bad actually - one of the only problems is having to reapply it regulary i.e once every 4 hours or so which isn't that bad. Its well priced and does what it say's on the bottle
10 Sep 2011
I find with this product that a little bit can go a long way. It is quite thick consistency and it matches my fair skin tone very well without the heavy feeling or orange tones.Very good at covering up redness to some degree but not entirely. I do not need to touch up my make-up much when i use this but it does not last a whole day i think.
26 Nov 2014
Great
Good foundation has medium coverage use it everyday also has 23 shades of skin tones so even better. Covers spots and redness makes you look flawless
05 Feb 2017
  Where to Buy?
Fabled
£5.99+
lookfantastic.com
£9.99+
HQhair.com
£9.99+
Fragrance Direct
£4.99+
Feelunique
£6.95+
Boots.com
£9.99
Superdrug
£9.99
Beauty Expert
£9.99+

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