Comparing liquid makeups

The foundation (makeup) is the most essential element in makeup. If the skin looks bad, your beautiful eyes will not help you, especially in daylight. In the past, we never had a choice because the technology did not exist yet, but today the market is filling up quickly with new formulas of toiletries that work exceptionally great at improving the health of your skin.

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Intensive Skin Serum, Bobby Brown


It’s no secret that I’m in love with this brand. Like all of Bobby Brown’s Skin Care products, it is gentle and kind with the face. We’ll start with the natural face lotion that contains a list of great ingridiants such as bamboo essence extract, algae extract, apple extract complex, watermelon, lychee, and amino acids. It looks fantastic on the skin. It smoothens fine lines, tightens pores, adds moisture, covers flaws, and treats them at the same time. It comes in all shades of Bobby Brown’s Mike’s Stick (16 shades is plenty). It’s hard to ask for more. The only problem that I’ve found with this product is the packaging, It is heavy, hard to operate and you can’t really carry it in a bag. Also , it has a dropper that doesn’t fit the liquid level of the product, and you need to work a bit to get the last drops. I know it is not that critical, but I still think it is essential to let you know about these small issues.

Diorskin Air

Fluid 030

This is one of my favorites, and it has been around since 2016. One of the reasons this product appears in this article is its hue. I do not know what it is called, but it’s one of the few products that never made me look lifeless, I’m saying this since I have very pale skin. This product is perfect, it gives you a healthy and glowing look but not greasy or glittering. Its drip is well adapted to the liquidity of the material, and best of all – You don’t need more than three drops. It covers pigmentation, redness, and stresses non-flattering textures like dryness or fine lines. It feels like water bursting with pigments, and earthly millions of tiny titanium particles surrounded by micro-pearls are responsible for the beneficial effect of this product. Within the formula, you will not find any traces of talc. One of the most exciting ingridiants is cranberry oil that releases oxygen to the skin, it is known as an agent that works against free radicals, it is also rich in antioxidants, omega-3, and vitamin E.


Le Teint Encre De Peau, Yves Saint Laurent

I recommend this product, especially for the summer, and if you have dry skin. Another reason why I like this product is its matte finish, but mainly because it contains volatile substances, leaving the skin only with pigments, after the assumption. It is advantageous because only a minimum of solid material remains on your skin, but the side effect of this has a slightly dry feeling. The light texture of full-resistant ink comes in 11 shades and in 3 families: beige, beige and pink and golden beige, and SPF 18. The applicator is also unique. It is not a dripper, but a quasi-feather like work (patented). Instead of dripping the material on your face, dip the applicator like a pen in ink and spread it on the surface.

Mirikal Iyar de Tenet from the Lancome

Miracle Air De Teint, Lancome

Liquid makeup with a dripper, velvety finish. Notice – not matte, not velvety – it’s precisely in the middle, and the final result looks good both day and night. The makeup consists of 25 times lighter particles than traditional powders and 90% air, hence its middle name Air. Most of the similar makeups are made of water, oil, and dense particles. This makeup should contain tiny holes that allow the air to flow freely. Blurring technology helps to avoid defects and wrinkles, and the formula is pleasant and durable. Its cover is medium, perhaps because of air particles, but it is excellent for everyday and natural makeup. Comes in 8 shades, with SPF 15.

Temptu S / B Pro, Tempto

This recommendation is a little non-Orthodox because it’s a makeup that is basically designed to illustrate the mind. But I did my experiments, and I decided to share my findings: This is a very liquid makeup, almost like water, works fine even with a regular sponge, brush or fingers, especially if you put a silicon-based primer underneath it. Its advantages are that it is very delicate because it is thin and flexible, and its main advantage is that it is self-made and does not require powder, even in the summer. It can be built in layers, and it effectively covers redness, pimples, small capillaries, and scars – it comes in 12 shades, but unfortunately without protection from the sun. I want to note that it is advisable to avoid using it during the day.