Foundation For Mature Skin

I did a little research because many of you have been asking me about foundations for mature skin-I finally got off my ass and did my checking. I’m going to list them affordable to luxury.

Revlon Colorstay Whipped Creme Makeup Walgreens, Target, Walmart. Price range $8-$11.

Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eraser Treatment Makeup. Target, Walmart, Ulta-price range $7-$9.

L’Oréal Visible Lift Serum Absolute Foundation. Target, Walmart, Walgreens, Ulta. Price range $10-$15

Iman Luxury Radiance Liquid Makeup. Target, Walmart, Walgreens-price range $12-$17

Guerlain Parure de Lumiere Light Diffusing Foundation. Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus $60-$64 or online at Walmart for $50

Lancôme Renergie Lift Makeup. Macy’s, Ulta, Dillard’s, Nordstrom $47.

Chanel Lift Lumiere Firming and Smoothing Foundation. Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Macy’s. Price range $55-$67.

So there you have them. I hope this helps!

Talk soon, Lovelies

-Allie

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8 thoughts on “Foundation For Mature Skin

    • Excellent-I’m excited to get my Smashbox foundation (who wants to bet they send a sample of the primer!?!). I don’t really have lines yet-but I plucked my first gray hair out of my head yesterday 😳😮😱😭

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  1. Since retirement, I stopped using liquid foundation, too lazy. I just use Smashbox Halo powder or more often, Benefit Hello Flawless solid powder. My blush is Benefit Bella Bamba or Harvana for more overall semi bronzer. I end up looking very matt. I have read that’s how 68 yr olds should look. I don’t want to make the effort or expense of elaborate layers. I do like the Smashbox primer, never compared it with many others except Laura Mercier. Smashbox was way ahead. Moisturizing too much before applying these foundations promotes creasing on my skin. I am now looking old, old this past year. I have always admired Jennifer Lopez’s skin. It always looks so fresh and clean, almost glowy, without looking oily or glittery. Is the Liquid Illumimator the sort of item that I could use. I know that sticking with solid foundation is not likely to be possible and have a natural fresh or moist look. Any suggestions? I am willing to make more effort when I go “out”.

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    • I haven’t tried these, but almost all the YouTube people I watch love the Cover FX drops. They come in an array of finishes, bronze to pinkish. Take a peek at a tutorial of them and see if that’s something you would enjoy the finish. You can mix them with moisturizer, foundation, primer or wear them alone and blend them out.

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