Laura Geller Baked Balance-n-Glow Illuminating Foundation
Baked Balance-n-Glow Illuminating Foundation - Laura Geller's Baked Balance-n-Glow Illuminating Foundation is a luxurious two-in-one foundation that color-corrects, brightens and illuminates for flawless glowing skin in a single step.Illuminating pigments married into a buildable foundation to even skin tone for a natural, yet illuminated complexion. For those looking for a medium coverage foundation that applies like a powder and adheres to skin like a cream but still feels weightless on the skin.Features & Benefits:Medium coverageMicro-fine balancing pearls give a lit-from-within glowApplies like a powder and adheres to skin like a creamIdeal for all skin typesAntioxidants White Tea Extracts & Centella Asiatica to protect against environmental aggressorsVitamin C for radiant complexionDoes not contain animal ingredients, alcohol, nanomaterials, fragrance, gluten, parabens, mineral oil, or soy. - Baked Balance-n-Glow Illuminating Foundation see more...
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Laura Geller Baked Balance-n-Glow Illuminating Foundation
Review for: Fair (porcelain is too light and have a bit more warmth to your skin), Porcelain (doll-like complexion - alabaster skin) more...
I have this in both porcelain and fair because I find that fair is too warm-toned for me and a hair too dark, but porcelain is too light. This is the powder that I usually go for when I’m doing a very minimal makeup day because it does enough to correct the redness in my skin but also lets my real skin shine through. If you don’t like liquid foundations, this one may be worth trying.
This is the first foundation as someone with fair skin that I truly feel captured my skin tone and did not make me feel either too pale or that it was too dark or rosy. The blend of shades and the way it is marbled helps it go on flawlessly. Definitely the only powder foundation I recommend for those with fair skin!
Review for: Light (lighter end of the medium spectrum - medium a touch too dark for you) more...
I wish I could say this product was amazing and matched my complexion perfectly. BUT! It made my skin look orange!! I have a fair complexion and the color match was all wrong, it did not give the coverage it promised either. I love Lauras product line but this one missed the mark for me!
Review for: Tan (golden olive all year round) more...
This is one of the very best highlight/bronzing type foundations that I have ever come across! This brand in general always leaves a gorgeous glow on the skin ensuring you to look bronzed year around, not matter what time of year!
Review for: Medium (true medium - good default color if you are not sure what shade you are) more...
This highlighter is amazing in pigment I do have to say it doesn’t glow as well As I expected but it still pops in the lighting I️m very fair and I got a shade in the middle it was a very light gold making it a good fit for any look
Review for: Porcelain (doll-like complexion - alabaster skin) more...
Omg I can't say enough good things about this. I is beautiful, well worth the money and works great. I bought it at Ulta and it was better than I expected. I highly recommend this to everyone. It is wonderful 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻
I love this foundation! I recommend it to everyone to buy and use!y skin tone is light and I have reddish skin too. This helps me cover all the reddish off! The packaging is fine. I would buy again and agin if I have too!
This powder is really good, but I don't feel like it's very brightening. It doesn't really have glitter or micro shimmer or anything in it, and I can't notice anything majorly brightening. As for a normal powder, it's pretty good. It lasts a long time and sets my foundation well. I'm normally "light" in most other brands but the light shade in this was oddly dark? I had to switch it for porcelain.
Review for: Golden Medium (medium is just a little too light for you, but don't quite have that Mediterranean glow all year round), Medium (true medium - good default color if you are not sure what shade you are) more...
This product has been an off/on staple in my everyday beauty routine since the early years of high school. I love that it has hints of more than one color instead of just a single “medium” shade. It helps give a more natural appearance & has great staying power.
First of all this is NOT a highlighter, most reviews on this product seem to be for one of her super shiny highlighters, and this is NOT that product. Secondly, I am going to give you the TEA on this powder, because you know me (no, you don't) I love good tea. So...this is marketed as a "foundations", sets liquid-ish, and goes on like a fine milled powder. It claims to have micro illuminating pearls that will add "glow" to your skin. No, not right away it doesn't. If you apply it with a brush (like a large fluffy blush brush) you literally cannot tell you put a LICK of anything on your skin. It has little to no coverage. I'd say this translucent at best, and that is if you can find a color match. The fair was almost exact for me. So I did what most people do, I used this first as a powder over my liquid foundation (Dewy and Smooth by Maybelline), which is dewy, so I should be shiny like a Mo'Fo at this point, but this powder actually mattified my foundation, and took away the dew. Ugh. You had ONE task Laura, and you failed. I'm not luminous, nor am I dewy, nor am I glowy! So...I woke up and thought maybe I did something wrong, so let's try again. This time I applied it by swiping my fingers across it and applying it directly to my face, alone, with only a moisturizer underneath. And OMG, it is far better. You get the color correcting properties, you get the shine, you get the glow, I can actually SEE the little light reflecting particles. My guess is that with brush application and foundation, these things minimizes. I think it could possibly work with a sponge too. Coverage with finger application is a light to sheer at best, with concealer it could work. If you have scarring like I do, you'll need it, it does nothing to hide scars.
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Is it creamy or powdery?
Is this good?! Is it creamy or does it crumble and dry your face out?
Is it powder or creamy?
Has anyone done a dupe test with Laura G baked blushes and ELF's? I'm mean the packaging is very similar although she is charging 3x as much but ELF has been putting out some great stuff within the past 3 years.
Whos tried this and what's your thoughts on it??
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