I know that Pur Minerals has a cushion foundation on its way – more on that later – but for now, I’m so impressed with the new Pur Minerals Liquid Veil 4-in-1 Spray Foundation. Spray foundations aren’t the easiest of things to use for obvious reasons – and yes, the spray is not as controllable as you’d like (keep your white dress away from this) – but in this rare instance, it’s worth the effort.
The way that you use it is to spray directly onto the brush (annoyingly, you have to buy the brush separately so you might want to use a brush you already have) then apply to the face. You can tell from the get-go that the foundation formula is skin-loving. It feels feather light, leaves a gorgeous dewy glow and gives very good coverage. You buff it into the skin (much like the bareMinerals foundation) and you … well, just glow!
I love a dewy look foundation – Pur suggest adding powder afterwards but if you do you will lose that dewy glow – so I think I’d recommend this for dryer skin types and not anyone needing to tamp down the dew with powders. I really feel quite excited about this – there are some amazing bases coming this year and this is one of them.
I will have to say it’s a rather inconvenient way to apply foundation but I’m enjoying it for being something rather different. It’s launching into M&S in the very near future for £26.
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I love the sound of this!!!!! Am so intrigued, I need to try it!
Love the sound of it but I’m not sure how I feel about spray on foundations, it just makes me think of spray on false tan and that has yet to end well for me! I’d give it a go, that’s for sure, I’m in the market for a new foundation!
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I used to love the Dior spray foundation as it gave such amazing coverage, however that one you sprayed directly on the face – I might have to get hold of this to give it a go and see what happens!
Interesting concept. If they have spray on tans and make up setting spray gizmos, then why not spray on foundations?
I’m curious to know, the bottle says 90ml when a regular foundation bottle would be 30ml – assuming the 90ml are made of part foundation part aerosol spray, what the actual quantity of foundation is? Would it last as long as a bottle of regular foundation?
good question.. I assumed it might be water.
I’m very curious about this! Thanks for the heads up!