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Evi
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Thu Oct 28, 2004 10:19 am      Reply with quote
Hi everyone!
After many weeks of reading various posts on this forum I have finally decided to join! Very Happy You are great and make me feel... well normal Laughing while my boyfriend is convinced I am a freak with 5 different moisturisers on my bathroom shelf. Has he got another surprise coming - I am now looking for a tinted moisturiser as my skin looks really pale during winter months and I cannot be bothered with foundation every morning.
I have combination/oily skin with quite a lot of shine. I have tried Dermalogica's and Dr H.'s tinted moisturisers but they seemed a little heavy for my type of skin. I am looking for more creme-gel formulation that feels light but still does the trick. I have read a lot of good things about Stila's tinted moisturisers, has anyone used this? Also, has anyone heard about Nuxe's tinted gel? Looking forward to your response!
Have a great day everyone!
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Thu Oct 28, 2004 10:39 am      Reply with quote
hi evi,

you could try the tinted moisturizer from estee lauder. it's call daywearplus tinted moisturizer and it has spf 15. I fell in love with that during the summer....i didnt even need to put on any liquid foundation...perfect anytime...you should go check that out...let me know what you think....^_^

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Thu Oct 28, 2004 10:42 am      Reply with quote
The Stila one is good. Another good choice is Clarin's Color Tint or Hydrabalance.
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Thu Oct 28, 2004 11:09 am      Reply with quote
My favorite, and one that I have converted many customers to, is Murad's Oil-Free Sunblock SPF 15 for Face. I swear to God: this will suit everyone! Cool
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Thu Oct 28, 2004 7:01 pm      Reply with quote
Caspers Mum- Re:Murad's Oil-Free Sunblock SPF. I've always wanted to try this one-but what's the tint like?I'm more of a medium skin tone and I was afraid this might have a bit too much "pink" -the 'one size fits all' colors usually do.
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Fri Oct 29, 2004 1:46 am      Reply with quote
I have the Stila one but don't like it too much. It's quite thick. I would suggest you check out the Clarins Color Tint that Earich suggested, although I'm not sure if that is a TM or a foundation. I can also recommend Tarte Smooth Operator (they call it a foundation but it's more like a TM). I really like this one but then again I also really like the Dermalogica TM and I think the Tarte is similar to that. Btw, Chanel has a foundation which is super light but you'd need moisturiser prior. It's basically a color tint - it's called Voile Universel.

Btw, I have tried the Murad sunblock (sample) that CM mentioned. I am super pale and this gave a lovely healthy tint. Thanks for reminding me Caspers Mum - I've gotta pick this up for summer! Smile
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Mon Nov 01, 2004 7:00 pm      Reply with quote
earich wrote:
The Stila one is good. Another good choice is Clarin's Color Tint or Hydrabalance.


Totally agree w/ Clarins. They're great.

Tried the EL Daywear, it's not so hot. It supposedly reacts with your skin, it's sold as a moisturizer.
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Mon Nov 01, 2004 7:51 pm      Reply with quote
In the summer months I like to just mix my own foundations with moisturizer and sunblock to get that extra tint. This way you can adjust the color very easily.
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Tue Nov 09, 2004 2:49 am      Reply with quote
phredd4 wrote:
In the summer months I like to just mix my own foundations with moisturizer and sunblock to get that extra tint. This way you can adjust the color very easily.


Id like to try this! Very Happy any tips on how to mix all that stuff? will the ingredients react badly with each other? thanks!
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