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Buxom Show Some Skin Weightless Foundation
4.18 / 5 based on 51 Reviews
A featherweight foundation that combines the benefits of BB and foundation with light to medium coverage. This weightless and skin-nourishing foundation is clinically proven to increase hydration, brighten, and smooth skin while softening the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Formulated with vitamin C, tamarind seed, and marine algae extracts, its versatile coverage lasts for up to eight hours, while water encapsulation technology enables a refreshingly soft finish. see more...
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Buxom Show Some Skin Weightless Foundation
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I really like this Foundation this is one of my favorite Brands and the collab is something that I really like. Anyway pick you up it's very well priced I love the feel of it it's very smooth it's more like a BB cream I think it's not all that full coverage but it's more for a daily basis wear I did notice that it does Kris a bit but I think with some good setting powder it would get rid of that it's really buildable and I really like that it already comes with SPF 30 which you know that's a plus that's why I gave it a 4 because I usually like foundations with High coverage and this is like to medium coverage because it's buildable
I love Buxom for their products, so I was eager to try this foundation. I am pretty pale, and I’ve a tendency to get pink thanks to my English heritage. So, I chose a shade that I felt would best work for me. It covered me up, but it was fairly watery, and looked streaky. It can do the job, but for its price, there are other foundations that work much better.
For the most part, I liked this foundation. It really is weightless, it doesn't cake on and it makes me feel like I'm wearing hardly any makeup. The coverage it offers lasts through the day, and I haven't noticed any abnormal irritations while using it. My only issue is that it may be too "weightless", I feel like it doesn't give enough coverage. This is not a foundation to use if you're planning on covering acne of any kind. It also has a bit of an oily texture, and I feel as though it made my nose look more oily than a more matte kind of foundation would. For someone with very clean, not oily skin, this product would work better.
I do not like heavy foundations. I like this because it isn't heavy and it makes my skin look nice. I am very pale and have a hard time finding the perfect foundation shade. The lady at Ulta suggested this foundation to me. The only complaint is the directions say peal sized amount...you need a little more than that. It is also a wee-bit pricey.
As someone who is super pale and has dry skin, I have tried so many foundations with no avail. The only foundation I have ever found that matches my skin tone besides for the Buxom Show Some Skin foundation is by Nars -- but it definitely looks foundation-y and starts breaking apart after only 3 hours. This foundation, on the other hand, has a light, natural coverage and finish that looks like real skin, and though it does fade through out the day it is a very gradual fade that doesn't look like a mask of foundation breaking apart. With one layer, this product evens out skin tone without completely covering things such as freckles -- and I don't even have "good" skin! (moderate acne, scarring, and texture issues). I usually go for a very healthy and glowy look for my skin, which this product achieves, however it can be built up to a lighter medium finish.
I love the way this product feels on my skin, i even feel that it's helped the appearance of my skin and gives it a healthy glow. It's light to medium coverage but it really evens out my skin tone and feels weightless like it claim to be. I like that it has sunscreen in it and it blends well with my favorite concealers like tarts shape tape or urban decays naked skin.
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Is this thick or more fluid in consistency?
Anyone tried this. Coverage and is it good for dry skin?
I've been eyeing this foundation for awhile, but I'm hesitant because I have oily skin. Is this foundation alright for oily skin, or will it make me look like a greaseball?
I'm looking for a lightweight foundation that will cover slight imperfections but won't look like actual foundation. How good does this look on the skin? Is it worth trying?
I've been playing around with this foundation for a few visits to my local ULTA and I have to say I'm quite interested. I'm wondering if anyone has tried it and what did you think about it overall? Is it worth the purchase?
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