The right foundation for you will depend on the look you are wanting to achieve.
We’re going to be focusing on our Jane Iredale collection, we don’t need to further complicate by adding our other makeup ranges!
If you’re after a dewy look with sheer to full coverage we recommend the
Amazing Base Loose Mineral Powder, SPF 20, Jane Iredale, $83
This is perfect for anyone that has normal to dry skin.
For a sheer to medium coverage but still would like a dewy look try the Liquid Minerals, $91
Ideal for mature skin, the Liquid Minerals foundation is an anti-ageing foundation that doubles as a powerful skin treatment. Containing a hydrating serum with pigment it helps soothe the skin, reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and pores and evens out skin tone.
Not only does this foundation look attractive, it does wonders for the health of the skin.
For a semi-matte with sheer to full coverage and you have normal to oily skin the Pure pressed Based Mineral Foundation Refill, SPF 15 -20, $72
This is a perfect simple everyday look
For a full coverage, velvety look go for the Glow time, Full Coverage Mineral BB Cream, SPF 17 – 25, $76
A little goes a long way with this product. Four small dots will easily cover the whole face. When we say full coverage, we mean it!
Offering a sheer to medium coverage you will achieve a light finish with the Dream Tint, Tinted Moisturiser, SPF 15, $78
The Dream Tint can be applied like a moisturiser with your fingers. It provides the skin with a soft-focus effect that helps minimise the appearance of fine lines and enlarged pores while protecting the skin. A great first foundation for teens!
Now to selecting the right shade…
When testing foundation shades on yourself, follow these three steps:
1. Apply a stripe of foundation on your jawline (we usually do this with two or three shades for comparison).
2. Spray it with one of the Jane Iredale, Hydration Sprays to set the minerals.
3. If it looks like it’s disappeared on your skin, that’s your shade.
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