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Best Low Coverage Organic Foundations For Pores

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Luminous Foundation by Vapour Organic Beauty
Vapour Organic Beauty

Luminous Foundation

4.5 (144)$46.00
hydratingblends wellbrighteninglow coverage
Fruit Pigmented Powder Foundation by 100% pure
100% pure

Fruit Pigmented Powder Foundation

4.5 (392)$45.00
lightweightlonglastingsmoothnot creasing
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Jessica Helms
Dry Skin

I’ve asked for recommendations for foundations a bit lately but I always ask for drugstore products. Now I’m just asking for any suggestions for foundations for dry skin, my go to has been e.l.f. Flawless Finish Foundation but now with the weather changing even it’s looking kind of dry and flaky on me, even though I’ve switched to my thick moisturizer and prep my skin thoroughly beforehand. I really want to find a foundation with good coverage that’s also very hydrating and I just haven’t had any luck with any I’ve tried so far, so any suggestions are much appreciated.

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Emily Noelle Selby
Dry Skin

Makeup Revolution foundation. So good for dry skin.

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Theresa
Combination Skin

@Emily Noelle Selby definitely gonna have to try it, it is super affordable. How is the coverage? I’m super self conscious about my blemishes I also have a good sized scar directly underneath my chin. I’m super embarrassed by it I got it in the 3rd grade I’m 27 now 🥺

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Jessie Engle
Combination Skin

Excuse my hand over half of my face. This is a picture of my face natural and then a picture with my makeup. I need tips and recommendations. I have big pores and redness. I want more of a full coverage look but I want it to look more smooth instead of so bumpy. Anyone have any recommendations on primers, foundations, or just anything that could take away the redness and make my pores look smaller?

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Carina Troshin
Combination Skin

Have you considered using azelaic acid? It’s really helpful in reducing redness, acne, and dark spots/hyperpigmentation. A great product is from Paulas Choice. Also, Niacinimide is also really helpful with pores and redness (the ordinary niacinimide and zinc serum is good)

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Jessie Engle
Combination Skin

@Carina Troshin I’ve never honestly heard of it! I just started back working, so imma buy a few things to test out! Thank you so much!! 😊

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Maryann Flores
Dry Skin

Are there any good full coverage foundations for dry skin?

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Jessica Helms
Dry Skin

I have really dry skin and this is one of my favorite foundations, you can definitely get full coverage from it and it has a beautiful finish. I also really love Physicians Formula The Healthy Foundation if you’re looking for a more affordable option.

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Isa
Dry Skin

@Jessica Helms I have super dry skin and this foundation is one that never worked for me. I feel like i can’t even spread it on my face idk how to explain