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REVIEW: Oriflame The One Illuskin Foundation





 

 

REVIEW: Oriflame The One Illuskin Foundation


So many of you would know that I am taking life easy nowadays, am on my winter break and well am just simply chilling :) Of course the first two days were total bliss and then on the third day I started feeling fidgety and now I want to just do something other than simply lazing around the house...






However, all I have been doing these past days is sitting on my terrace, wrapped in a shawl, my feet in the sun and read... Yup I have only been reading this winter break and honestly, I am loving every bit of it... I just wish there was more active stuff that I could do... I am meeting my bestie for lunch tomorrow so I guess that's a bit of activity that I'll finally get ;)

Anyways... Today I am reviewing an Oriflame product after like ages! And it is none other than the Oriflame The One Illuskin Foundation...
I used to be an Oriflame consultant like ages ago and then I realized I didn't have what it takes to be successful in the business cause I generally ended up all the makeup instead of selling it to others... Yeah, so that was the end of my Oriflame career... Sighhhhh...

Coming back...

Oriflame The One Illuskin Foundation is a medium coverage foundation that settles down to give the wearer a beautiful dewy finish... It is a liquid foundation and I'd suggest you to use it with a stippling brush. I somehow could not get it to work it a flat foundation brush but with a stippling brush it applied beautifully.


Price of The Oriflame The One Illuskin Foundation:

It costs INR 799/-




The Oriflame The One Illuskin Foundation comes in a glass bottle with a pump and a cover. The pump can be twisted to internally lock the pumping ability and hence I think it makes it convenient while traveling.



The foundation isn't very hydrating though and I think it would be perfect for beauties with Normal to Oily skin. However, if you mousturise really well then you could make it work for dry skin as well ;) At least that's what I did :D


Overall Rating:
8/10

Recommendation:
If you have normal to oily skin and need a medium coverage foundation then this foundation is something that you should give a shot :)

Comments

  1. I've been a big victim of cakey make-up. Any foundation doesn't seem to settle on my skin but recently I've got this The ONE IlluSkin Foundation by Oriflame. Excellent coverage, light wear n stays long. It gives a fresh natural finish :)

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  2. I completely agree with Neha. It provides coverage, light and long lasting. I have oily combination skin which is extremely dry at the moment. With a moisturizer underneath, it works perfectly!

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