Due to my busy schedule this week, I will do a separate post for the Smooth Eye Colour Duo in Cinnamon 80 and the Classic Cream Lipstick in Cashmere 60. Up first is the Perfect Finish Creamy Foundation SPF 15, I have been wearing it everyday since Tuesday:
Perfect Finish Creamy Foundation SPF 15 - New for Fall
Color - the MUA matched me in in Natural Glow 100. It is a light yellow based shade which is perfect for my skin tone. The color is very close to MAC Studio Sculpt foundation in NC25 with MAC having a tad more yellow under tone, see comparison below. This foundation did not oxidize on me, the color stayed the same on my face throughout the entire day. This is amazing considering most foundations oxidize on me quite badly. There are 15 colors in the D&G cream foundation range. The color swatches on the Saks Fifth Avenue's website are not accurate, they need to do a better job with those swatches. Since the product is so new, I have not found any good photos of swatches on this foundation on the web yet. It is best to get matched in person if possible before purchasing
Left - MAC Studio Sculpt Foundation in NC25
Right - D&G Perfect Finish Creamy Foundation in Natural Glow 100
Texture - Even though it is a cream foundation, it is super light on the skin. My skin looked so smooth when I first applied it to my face in the morning. It will even out bumpiness, discoloration, and blur fine lines on the skin. I also love that it did not accentuate the dry patches I have, unlike other cream foundations I have tried before. I looked like I had a good night sleep. There was no stickiness feel to the skin and my skin felt soft to the touch
Repurchase? - Yes. I currently own another cream foundation, Cle de Peau Beaute Silky Cream Foundation in BF10. I bought it about one year ago. To my surprise, I like the D&G cream foundation better because the color match is better, the lasting power is more superior, and it costs less than CDP. The only negative comment I have on D&G is the heavy glass jar. It is not portable and there is obviously no pump. I use the spatula that came with the product or a Q-tip to scoop out the product
Thanks for reading. Do you have a favorite cream foundation? If you haven't found a good one, give D&G a try.
Until next post......