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.
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