|A tiny squeeze of Dream Nude Air Foam|
|Maybelline Dream Nude Air Foam Blended|
While I genuinely believe there is no real need to spend a fortune on foundations any more as the less expensive brands have upped their game in terms of formulations, this moussy foundation at £8.99 wasn’t right for me. Mixing air, mineral pigment and water, the result is a wet-when-spread foam that turned out after blending a little on the dry side for my liking. It’s also quite hard to tell how much you need – I squirted out far too much initially. That said, if your skin is oily, I think it could well fare better. It’s got SPF16 and Vitamin E, does feel phenomenally light on the skin, and worth a go for the novelty of the formula, but for me, not a keeper. I was surprised that there is virtually no discerable smell to it.
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...