Today's post will be about Mineralissima Mineral Makeup Foundation. I have included Mineral Primer and Chiffon Finish too, since I used them together with the foundation.
Products used in this post & their description:
Mineral Primer: A mattifying mineral primer suitable for the whole face but ideal for eye makeup.
My opinon: I recommend this primer to be used on oily areas of your face, if you're using it under the foundation, since it's mattifying primer.
Mineral Foundation 1.2 Neutral Light: Suitable for light skintones with neutral and warm undertones.
My opinion: This is very pale and neutral shade. It looks almost white on my skin. And there are even two lighter shades available. So if you have really fair skin tone, I'm pretty sure, you can find a match for yourself.
Mineral Foundation 2.0 Medium Light: Suitable for light and medium skintones with neutral undertones.
My opinion: I would describe my skin tone as a light (Winter) to medium (Summer) with yellow undertone. In the jar this foundation looked like a possible match for me, since it does have a slightest yellow undertone too, but once applied it looked neutral and was too light for me.
Mineral Foundation 3.0 Medium Warm: Suitable for medium skintones with warm and yellowish undertones.
My opinion: This shade has more of a peachy than yellow undertone, at least on my skin.
Chiffon Finish: An ultralight, silky mineral finishing powder. It is transparent and can be used alone or as a finishing touch after applying foundation. A must-have for a flawless-looking skin!
My opinion: This is probably the finest finishing powder I have tried so far. It is really so silky and it gives your face that "soft effect" look.
Based on the foundation descriptions and swatches I have decided to try out Mineral Foundation in 2.0 Medium Light. Let's take a look how that turned out...
Here is my face before (not very pleasant sight, I know):
I started with applying Mineral Primer, but I used it only on my T-zone which is quite oily in my case. Afterwards I applied a layer of Mineral Foundation in 2.0 using EDM Flat Top brush and finished with a thin layer of Chiffon Finish. So, here is my face after:
Even if it doesn't look so, this shade was a bit too light for me in real life. But I really like the result - my skin tone looks pretty even, my red areas and some other imperfections are well covered (not completely though) and it feels like I don't have anything on my face.
Overall: If you like loose mineral foundation and you are looking for a one with light to medium coverage (coverage can be built), that feels weightless once applied and that gives you soft and natural look, you might want to check this one out.
Available at Mineralissima.com or at Moja Drogerija for Slovenian customers.
***Disclosure: Products in this post were sent to me by a company or PR for consideration.***