I’ve been very curious about the OCC Tinted Moisturiser – known for their solid, pigment laden colours, I wondered how the brand could pare back enough for a tint! In fact, the OCC Tinted Moisturiser is more, to my mind, of a foundation than a tinted moisturiser. Coverage is almost at foundation level, and although the consistency is lovely and fluid without being runny, I did find that this shade (unlabelled, so I can’t say what) runs to yellow in the base.
There are ten shades only in this, but the line up includes three darker toned shades and one very deep shade (R2). Bearing in mind it comes in a little plastic bottle (which I like – less bulky and more user friendly) I’m a bit shocked that it costs £18.99! That seems like a lot for a no-frills base. It’s a big plus though that OCC Tinted Moisturiser is oil free, silicone free and paraben and petrochemical free.
If I had my exact shade, I’d be more experimental with this – I’ve applied it with a brush for now and can see that it’s quite easy to adjust the coverage level, and it also feels hydrating but it’s quite hard to choose, despite the descriptions on the site, an exact skin match.
You can find OCC Tinted Moisturiser at LoveMakeUp HERE.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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