My Foundation Collection


Illamasqua Skin Base|MAC Studio Fix Fluid|NARS Tinted Moisturiser|L’Oreal True Match|Rimmel Wake Me Up.

I love foundation and I like to have different coverages in my collection for different occasions and seasons but prefer a more medium coverage which doesn’t matte my skin – a satin finish. As a pale dry skinned girl finding good foundations can be difficult especially if you are on a budget. I have reviewed all of these separately so if you want to know more about each one click the link.

There are so many foundations out there any suggestions for what to add to my collection?

Peace Out and Pixie Dust XO

NARS Sheer Glow|Review


NARS Sheer Glow Foundation£31.00

Pale girls rejoice NARS are another company who loves us!

The NARS Sheer Glow is not really sheer at all, I would say it was more of a medium to full coverage which means it gets a tick from me. It gives you a flawless base with a satin finish perfect for us dry skin girls out there; it adds moisture to the skin as well as smoothing it out. However the Glow part of the name is true it gives your skin that glowing from within look without looking overly shiny.

I can wear two shades in this range first is Siberia the palest shade in the range it caters for people who have both yellow and pink undertones in their skin neutralising everything but I can also wear Mont Blanc (the second lightest shade) which is far easier to get a hold of on the counters. I love to apply this with the Real Techniques Expert Face Brush but this is also a great foundation to apply with your fingers.

If you struggle to find a foundation that matches your skin tone check out NARS!

Peace Out and Pixie Dust XO