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This Foundation Lasts All Day on Oily and Dry Skin

As long as the application is done in the right amount, this seems to work for either skin type.
Estée Lauder's Double Wear Stay-In-Place Makeup SPF 10 has been chosen by the Preview team as the Best Foundation of 2019. This and 24 other products were reviewed by 25 real girls for this year's Preview Girls' Choice Awards to see if these products
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How to Pick the Right Foundation Based on Your Skin Concern

Still haven't found your perfect match? Read on.
From skin tone, skin type, down to foundation shade—here's a quick matching game to help you find your best match.Much like the first BBs, the CCs have gotten complaints about how one shade doesn't fit all. So big thanks Make Up Factory,
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MAC Cosmetics Now Has 64 Foundation Shades

Woah!
To put an end to your quest for the perfect shade, MAC Cosmetics has added not one, not even two, but 18 new colors to their bestselling Studio Fix Fluid Foundation. This means that, from 46, the line now boasts of a total
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How to Pick the Right Foundation Shade When Online Shopping

Color match like a pro!
When shopping for foundation, nothing beats the accuracy of swatching the color in person. That said, with the advent of online shopping, there will come a time when you'll be tempted to buy your base online. The problem with that, of course,
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5 Affordable Foundations with Shades That Match Every Skin Tone

One for every skin tone.
We all know the struggle when shopping for foundation—finding the perfect consistency, finish or coverage, but realizing it's a bit too chalky or too orange for your taste. Or worse, too expensive. But worry not, foundation foragers, because below we've rounded up
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8 Makeup Brands With Foundation Shades for Every Skin Tone

Because makeup is for everyone.
In light of the beauty world's call for diversity, more and more brands have been stepping up their game when it comes to their shade ranges. Because frankly, there's no good reason to have 50 shades of white beige and two deep