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Best pale foundation under £10?
« on: 17 Aug 15 / 11:59 AM »
I've been using Revlon ColourStay foundation in Ivory for about a year now and really love it but unfortunately I now have a budget of £10 and under since I'm now in my own place and every penny I can save helps.

I need a very pale foundation. Nothing that's yellow or orange based because it immediately shows up on my face. I've previously used L'Oréal Paris True Match Foundation in C1 Rose Ivory and even that was too yellow. I've done the vein test and I'm sure I can see both blue and green.
 

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Re: Best pale foundation under £10?
« Reply #1 on: 17 Aug 15 / 01:18 PM »
my friend uses a stick one from stargazer, I don't know how good it is, but she loves it because it's so pale. But I'm not sure which one she uses, probably just the palest. Sorry, reading through I've not been that much help! x
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Re: Best pale foundation under £10?
« Reply #2 on: 17 Aug 15 / 04:47 PM »
I have the same issue, very pale skin with a pink base, it is the main reason I don't use foundation any more.
The way I used to get around it was to mix a darker but cool toned foundation with moisturiser and Barry Ms white foundation. I don't know if they still make it but it was truly white, like clown face white.
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Re: Best pale foundation under £10?
« Reply #3 on: 20 Aug 15 / 05:52 PM »
I was thinking maybe I actually need L'Oréal Paris True Match Foundation in N1 instead of C1? I've been using foundations meant for cool toned skin but I think I might need the neutral.
 

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Re: Best pale foundation under £10?
« Reply #4 on: 20 Aug 15 / 06:56 PM »
I have just ordered Maybelline Superstay Better Skin foundation in light beige (005) The tester was fairly light and not too orangey.
I also have Avon Colourtrend in Ivory Beige, which is a little too cool toned, so i may mix the two.

I looked up the Barry M colours and they no longer make white foundation, but I did find Laval Secret Beauty foundation in 582 which is white. handy to have in to lighten any foundation you already have (and it was really good value too at £5 for 85ml)
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Re: Best pale foundation under £10?
« Reply #5 on: 21 Aug 15 / 10:56 AM »
I have had some success with Maybelline mousse in the lightest shade.
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