|They thoughtfully provided |
a lock cap thingamy for travel as well
A makeup artist friend had recommended it, she said, and her skin looked lovely and glowy after using it.
I tried it on and didn't see much difference until I glanced in a mirror an hour later.
My skin did look great and glowy. There wasn't any oil at all, my skin was well-hydrated and best of all, it looked touchable. My skin hasn't been that way since I was 10 and I thought I would never see it again until I tried THIS.
Dr Perricone's No Foundation Foundation resembles BB cream where there's only one shade and the formula is a magic moisturiser with SPF 30. The differences are that this really blends in seamlessly for all skin tones (tried it on my much darker mother and it worked) and looks really good.
The coverage is really sheer so you have to use a concealer with this. I don't think a lot of people would like this foundation (if it can be called that) for this reason. I still don't get how something this sheer makes my skin look so good, acne scars and all.
If you have dehydrated skin like mine, then I recommend giving this a go. It lives up to its all day moisturising claims as I do not oil up at all and works as a pick me up on days when you haven't had enough sleep and your skin looks dull and dry. Forget about Clarins Beauty Flash Balm (never worked for me), this is where you should be putting your dough.
Try it out first before buying though. While this really works for me, it may oxidise and turn orange on you. Or your skin may not like the ingredients.
Sadly, bottled miracles do not come cheap. Dr Perricone's No Foundation Foundation retails at RM220 for 30ml in Malaysia.