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Budget Pink Tone Foundation
As promised, I have been busy compiling a list of budget friendly foundations for pink toned skin. For all you with yellow and neutral skin tones out there, do not fret. I will, of course, do the same for you.
I know I mentioned in previous posts that I'm not a huge advocate for the cheaper variety of product lines. Especially when it comes to your skin. You do only have one skin, and as Caroline Hirons says:
"If you would spend more on shoes, handbags, lipstick, jeans or fashion in general than you would on high-quality skincare or foundation - you will be a sixty year old woman with a vintage wardrobe and a face like an alligator."
However, due to popular demand, I have put together a list of the best ones for you to buy should you go down that road.
If your New Year's resolution is to look after your skin, here is a previous article of foundation recommendations from €30 upwards.
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No.7 Stay Perfect Foundation
This foundation, coming in at €20 from your nearest Boots, is perfect for all you pink toned beauties. It's sheer but buildable and lasts all day long without sticking in lines. With 24-hour stay power, it's water resistant and weather proof. It won't cake on dry skin or slide of an oily one.
A fantastic budget buy really.
Revlon Colour Stay
I love this foundation, possibly because my skin is exceptionally oily and this covers so well and stays on all day. If you're in the market for a fuller coverage affordable foundation, then I highly recommend this one.
A little goes a long way, so if you want something slightly lighter in coverage, you can always mix it with your favourite moisturiser. That way you will take down the coverage level and get double the value for money. Now that's saving.
Rimmel Match Perfection
To round up my top budget foundations for pink toned skin, it's Rimmel Match Perfection. This foundation, coming in at €9.95, is so affordable it's almost a steal. The coverage is light and slightly buildable but wears well throughout the day. The finish is quite dewy so it wouldn't be amazing for oily skin types, but pair it with a good primer and setting powder and you're good to go.
What are your favourite budget brands for pink toned skin?