Hourglass Illusion Hyaluronic Skin Tint SPF 15 is a liquid foundation with a luminous finish and light-medium coverage that retails for $55.00 and contains 1 oz. ($55.00 per ounce). There are 12 shades in our database, which you can select from in the View a Shade dropdown menu below.
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Based on 1 Review, 1 Quick Review
The Good: Easy To Apply (2), Smooth (1), Lightweight (1), Blendable (1), Hides Pores (1), Long-wearing (1), Travel-friendly (1)
The In-Between: Buildable (2), Natural (2), Full Coverage (1), Luminous (1)
1 Written Reviews
By Sam 2 years ago.
I've been searching for the right foundation for me for a little over a year, and while you can't tear my bareMinerals Original from my cold, dead fingers, I will say that as I've aged and started a new skincare regimen, my skin has become deathly dry. I used to be very, very oily, so the relatively sudden shift in my skin has caused a huge problem in finding a new foundation. I tried everything, from Lancôme (alcohol = no), bareMinerals serum foundation (no staying power), Urban Decay Naked Skin and All Nighter (both too powdery), Benefit (weird, patchy finish and way too yellow), IT Cosmetics CC+ (citrus doesn't play well with my skin and left a weird, grey cast), Marc Jacobs Shameless (settled into pores), MAC Longwear (either too yellow or too peachy), NARS Radiant Longwear (same color-matching issue and far too matte), to Clinique Beyond Perfecting (mask-like and way too drying). After a long color-match and foundation test with a very helpful associate, I think I found the one in Hourglass.Don't be fooled; this is not a "skin tint," in the typical sense. It's definitely high-medium to full coverage, and very, very thick. It's a godsend for dry skin; goes on radiant and luminous, feels very light, and hydrates like nothing else I've tried. A tiny, pearl-sized amount is enough to cover my entire face, so despite the price, I think that this little tube will last me a good, long while. Top it with the Ambient Lighting Powder, and it sets easily and doesn't move for at least 8 hours, though I haven't tried it for longer than that. Oily-skinned people will absolutely hate this foundation, but if you're looking for a radiant, natural-looking foundation, don't hesitate to try this one if you can afford it. Even my partner can't tell I'm wearing makeup when I wear this one, and I couldn't be more impressed.