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Glo Minerals Luxe Liquid Foundation First Impressions

Glo Minerals Luxe Liquid Foundation First Impressions

Today I’ve got a glo minerals Luxe Liquid Foundation First Impressions video to share with you. This is a sheer to medium coverage foundation. The video is truly my first impression of the foundation. Everything in this post is my evaluation afterwards.

Glo Minerals Luxe Liquid Foundation First Impressions

glo minerals Luxe Liquid Foundation First Impressions

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I think this product is best for normal to dry skin. You should skip it if you have oily skin. If you have rosacea or redness, I would recommend skipping it because it most likely will not provide the coverage you need. I feel like it’s too sheer for me for everyday, unless I’m having a perfect skin day, because it lets a lot of redness peek through. It also oxidizes on me and gets slightly darker after I’ve had it on for about 15 minutes. So initially I was very happy that I had a shade match, but unfortunately it oxidizes. In the video you see me in the shade Porcelain, which is a nice light shade and may work well for pale skin if it doesn’t oxidize on you. Oxidization may occur if you have slightly acidic skin, which I do.

Price
$54 / £27.95

Availability
Glo Professionals, Glo Minerals, Amazon

About Glo Minerals Luxe Liquid Foundation
Harness the light-refracting power of diamonds to bend light for a soft, ageless complexion with glominerals Luxe Liquid Foundation. Luxe Liquid Foundation is formulated with light-diffusing diamond powder, broad-spectrum UV protection and specialized moisturizing agents to deliver a flawless, youthful complexion.

  • Diamond powder – to reflect and diffuse light to minimize imperfections
  • Green Tea – anti-inflammatory and antioxidants
  • Vitamins A, C, E
  • Boosts radiance.
  • Protects against free radicals and UV radiation.
  • Moisturizes and nourishes.
  • Talc-free and noncomedogenic.

What do you think of Glo Minerals Luxe Liquid Foundation? Have you tried it? Do you have any favorite products by this brand?

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  • This sounded as if it could be a winner for me until I read the ingredients list. Alas. Chemical sunscreen. Oh well. Thanks for the review, tho. 😀

  • Thanks for the review! It would be for me because I’m not normal to dry, I’m combo to oily. I’m really glad you pinpointed that oxidation problem, I always used to have that problem with liquid foundations, they would become yellowish to orangey on me sometimes. That’s why I’m so glad I have Cover FX Pressed Mineral. From GloMinerals, I have tried their Pressed Base Powder Foundation and it’s really nice actually. Their Matte Setting Powder I also really like too.

    • No problem! Some people like the amount of pink that it lets show on my cheeks (because they suggest I could skip blush), but I feel self-conscious about it and like I need more coverage. I think if you don’t have rosacea and you want a sheer to medium foundation for normal to dry skin this might be a good option. Also, I’m impressed at the shade match, even though my skin causes it to oxidize darker.

      • I have redness on my cheeks too and I really don’t like it showing through. I have also had a problem with foundations turning darker on me too. It is the reason I have thrown out Chanel, Perdis, Estee Lauder’s Double Wear etc. For the moment I am sticking to Rimmel’s Match Perfection and when Sephora gets to Melbourne I am going to try Cover FX – the one you use.

        • Your skin is likely slightly acidic like mine if your have the whole issue with oxidization too. Can you wear powder foundations comfortably? If so, you can try Meow Cosmetics (who ships internationally) in Inquisitive Siamese.

          • I haven’t tried powder foundations mainly because it becomes so humid here in Melbourne – both summer and winter that I think that the powder would fade very quickly. I always use moisturizer and primer before foundation and a setting powder after. Generally that works. Thank you for all your advice.

            • One trick with powders is to dampen a brush with a setting spray, like Urban Decay’s All Nighter, and then apply the powder. That can give you more coverage and make it last longer 🙂

              • Oh thanks for that tip! Do you think that would work with the Pressed Mineral Foundation from Cover FX(which I love!) Could I dampen the MUG brush you think? I do need to try the Meow Powder Foundations, I tried their C3 Color Correcting Concealers by the way, I think you would love those for redness! I have redness too but it’s different, it’s more breakout redness that lasts.

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