So with the sudden heat, I have to change foundation products from this mask-y feeling foundation to my BB cream. I thought I should review it now, since I won't be wearing it for much longer (until about August).
|This is a good place to put the shade name, but I didn't know ivory was orange.|
|Right side of bottle (I'm right-handed)|
|Left side of the bottle|
|The "bubble" and amount in the cap.|
|SkinClearing in Classic Ivory 10 (left), SKIN79 Hot Pink (right) - unblended, no flash|
|Classic Ivory 10 (left), SKIN79 Hot Pink (right) - blended, no flash|
|Now with flash|
If you really want to try it, be my guest. It's on the expensive side of drugstore, being about $13.50 I believe. As stated before, the shade range isn't anything to get excited about. The foundation and the rest of the SkinClearing makeup line can be found at Ulta, Walgreens, CVS and a slew of other retailers in the States. As this is a drugstore product, if you have Neutrogena products where you live, it might be there with the makeup in the drugstores. If I remember correctly, the whole line is liquid foundation, concealer, and a mattifying powder compact, all of which is supposed to help with breakouts.
PS: I haven't updated in a while because I have a pregnant cat to look after right now. She's been picking on my cat too when he's done absolutely nothing to her. So frustrating...