It is so difficult to find a proper foundation for oily skin, right girls? When we use liquid foundation, skin get more oily and it might also cause breakouts when used frequently because liquid foundation block the pores and don’t let the skin breathe. When liquid foundations are applied on oily skin daily, it diminishes the overall skin health and reduces the quality of the skin Today I will be reviewing a power based mineral foundation and such foundations are apt for oily skinned beauties. Read on to know more about this ID Bare Minerals Foundation SPF 15 .
Basic information about ID Bare Minerals Foundation SPF 15
Many of us would have noticed make-up melting off when we come out in the sun or we start sweating and the make-up becomes cakey (ugh! so irritating, I totally agree) and feels heavy. Also it clogs the pores and causes breakouts. Sometimes we use concealer for all those cute pimples and their marks but in vain. It can be clearly seen that those spots have been covered because some products don’t blend properly on oily skin (no doubt about your make-up blending capabilities beauties). Here comes bare minerals to your rescue. It is a concealer cum mineral foundation which covers any and every spot and gives that flawless, dewy skin. Since it is a powder, it can be puffed on the face easily without any specific brushes too.
Rs 1850 to Rs 2450 depending on the shades, usage etc.
0.07 oz/ 2g
Bare Minerals claims to give the flawless, airbrushed, crystal clear skin look along with a no makeup look. It is a mineral powder hence it can be applied after application of a primer or after moisturizing. It doesn’t become cakey or cause breakouts. It also has an inbuilt sunscreen with it and comes in a variety of shades. This product can be used as a contour product as well.
How to use
Take a blush brush or any puff and dab some on your face and blend, and you are good to go. You can apply a fine layer for daily use and you can apply 2 layers for a more defined look.
My experience with ID Bare Minerals Foundation SPF 15
It comes in a small tub kind of packaging which has a black cap that has “Bare minerals i.d” written on it. Upon opening the cap, it has a stopper that has holes in it which controls the amount of product that comes. With the help of a blush brush or any buff kind of brush, lightly dip the brush in the stopper and apply on the face.
Color and texture
It is powdery in texture and the shade is “golden beige 13”
It doesn’t have any kind of fragrance
I have oily skin which makes me more prone to breakouts especially when I apply a foundation that blocks my pores and doesn’t allow my skin to breathe. I came across this product and I have known that mineral foundations are apt for oily skin, hence decided to give it a try. Yes it was expensive, but since it would last me long, I decided to buy this product. I purchased the shade “” which suits me so well and gives a natural finish. This is extremely light in weight and doesn’t settle down into fine lines or doesn’t dry/patch the skin. It completes covers the face and gives a flawless finish. It covers up all acne marks with just one buff and stays for really, really long. It is not water proof, but is water-resistant. It is non-comedogenic, which means it doesn’t clog pores and doesn’t cause breakouts and can be easily applied on sensitive skin as well.
Overall performance of ID Bare Minerals Foundation SPF 15
- Perfect for oily skin
- Light weight
- Easy to blend
- Doesn’t patch or dry the skin
- Doesn’t settle down to lines
- Super staying power
- Variety of shades
- Easy to use
- Pretty packaging
- Easy to carry
- Doesn’t clog pores
- Can be used on sensitive skin
- Availability is an issue
- Getting an authentic product is an issue
Would I repurchase or recommend?
I would definitely repurchase this product since it has suited my oily skin so well and gives such a beautiful glow and flawless look. Agreed that it is little on the expensive side and it takes up months to save money for this, but it is completely worth the efforts and money. So girls, definitely give it a try. And I would definitely recommend it to people of any and every skin type.