I’m obsessed with Diorskin Nude Air Serum Foundation for its incredible light texture and good coverage at the same time. I think it’s probably one of the best foundations I’ve ever used. So, I’m surprised at how close the Kiko Liquid Skin Foundation is to it – and for half the price, as well. It’s easily a credible dupe.
Kiko Liquid Skin Foundation also contains skin care ingredients – hyaluronic acid, vitamin C and resveratrol, as well as an SPF15 so your skin stays supersoft. However, the one big difference I can see is that Dior is talc free, and Kiko is not. When I tested it out on my skin though, it really didn’t seem to make any difference. If I have one criticism of Diorskin Nude, it’s that it be slightly drying and almost as standard now, I add a tiny drop of skin oil to it which gets rid of that issue. Although I haven’t yet added it to Kiko Liquid Skin Foundation, the textures are so similar that I can see I might well do.
Kiko Liquid Skin Foundation is £18.90 HERE, with a colour selection of 18 shades (and there’s only two really dark shades), but Dior has only six and nothing for darker tones at all.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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