Laura Geller Baked Liquid Radiance Foundation in Fair review

Laura geller baked liquid radiance foundation in fair review

What the brand says
Get skin that looks radiant and glowing with Laura Geller Baked liquid radiance foundation. The unique formulation helps to moisturise skin leaving it looking streak free with a natural finish.

The Lowdown
What I found interesting about the foundation is its description of how the foundation is created. The foundation is created using Almond Oil that is baked in Italy on terracotta tiles to create colour that is weightless yet creamy. I know many brands don’t disclose how they make their products so it was certainly quite unusual.

Even though I’m happy with my current Bourjois foundation I’m always happy to chop and change and try new things. As well as boosting radiance the foundation has colour correct pigments to help rectify any blemishes.

The foundation feels so lightweight that it’s hard to tell I’m even wearing it. It leaves my skin feeling fresh and it has a nice dewy glow. The finish is quite natural and it doesn’t look like i’m wearing foundation. It does conceal my dark circles slightly but they are still slightly visible unfortunately so I have to still use concealer.

The foundation does last a good few hours and is really lovely to wear.

I give it 3/5

Get it for £28 at House of Fraser*

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Advantages

  • Lightweight
  • Leaves skin feeling fresh
  • Leaves a dewy glow

Disadvantages

  • Doesn’t completely conceal all blemishes like it implies it would

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