Lily Lolo Mineral Foundation SPF 15
Award winning Lily Lolo foundation is free from harsh chemicals, nano particles, parabens, bismuth oxychloride, talc, synthetic dyes, fillers, fragrance and preservatives. Lily Lolo Mineral Foundation from London is smooth, silky and gives you a flawless airbrushed complexion. It's high refractive index and light reflecting mica helps to minimize the appearance of fine lines instantly. It's beautiful skin in a jar! Gluten free, suitable for vegans.
Ingredients: Mica, Zinc Oxide, May Contain Titanium Dioxide, Iron Oxides.
Porcelain - pale neutral
Blondie - light neutral
Barely Buff - light neutral
In the Buff - light medium neutral
For the best results apply your light foundation with a kabuki brush or a flocked sponge. Shake a little foundation powder into the lid of the jar and swirl the brush into the powder until there's an even covering of minerals on the brush. Tap the base of the brush on a hard surface to settle the minerals into the bristles, this ensures a natural looking finish. Starting at the jaw line, apply the light foundation in a circular motion applying some pressure. Re-load the brush and re-apply in thin layers until the desired coverage is achieved.
This powder goes on so smooth. I recently switched to this from a liquid foundation and my skin looks much more natural.
This product is amazing especially when I head to the gym. Nice coverage too.
This is an excellent alternative to other mineral foundations you find in conventional beauty stores. You’ll still need concealer to cover any blemishes or acne scars, but you’ll get a nice, even, light-to-medium coverage out of this one. I have oily, acne-prone skin and this gives me a nice matte finish without breaking me out.
I was told to apply it wet by dispensing some product onto the cap, adding a few drops of water, then buffing it in with a foundation brush (I use my Real Techniques Expert Face brush). Honestly, you get MUCH BETTER coverage applying this stuff wet than dry! Highly recommend you try it this way!
Also, the shade names are deceptive. The shade I use is called “Warm Peach” but it’s not peachy at all. It’s really more of a yellow-undertoned beige, which matches me perfectly and does wonders for canceling out my rosacea. Bottom-line: if you want the most accurate shade match, go to an actual store so you can swatch the product because the shade names are zero help.
Finally found a foundation I love!
Best loose powder ever