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# Beauty exchange Best Budget foundation?

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Hi Beauties, i know you are probably sick of me asking for budget buys, but this is something I struggle with all the time. I have only ever worn two budget foundations. The Loreal Infallible and the Revlon Colour Stayfoundation. I am looking for a liquid medium buildable to full coverage foundation. Yip I love cake face! The only brands that don't break me out are Estee Lauder, Chanel, Bobbi Brown and Smashbox. But I would like to try an affordable brand that's suited for sensitive skin like mine. I am combination/ oily on T-zone and have a few dry patches not that bad. I'd really appreciate any advice. PS. MAC foundations break me out like badly. I have tried them all and I'm fed up :(
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    Monday, March 09 2015, 05:41 AM - #Permalink
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    @de la Croix Hi beautiful, I have tested the woolly foundation, I didn't like it but that setting spray/hydrating mist . . . is the BOMB!!!! Thanks for the heads up on the True Match.
    @Rash I love Rimmel, maybe I'll give that a shot!
    @strhughes So Im a ES Double Wear Fanatic too . . . and I have NEVER tried Catrice . . . interestly . . have heard so many good things about that brand too.
    @all you beauties, would you consider the Body Shop as drugstore? If i were to do a tutorial with it, would you say that I'm being true to say it's drug store?
    xoxoxo Thank you sweethearts for always giving me feedback and great suggestions. It warms my heart, really, really
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    Friday, February 27 2015, 02:28 PM - #Permalink
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    I've been an Estee Lauder Double Wear user for about 11 years - it's the absolute best, and my skin is crazy sensitive so a lot of stuff irritates it or makes it break out. I've tried a lot of budget ones trying to find a suitable one for my skin. The Catrice HD Photoready one is lovely! quite creamy but it's great for my oily skin as long as I set it with a powder, and it doesn't irritate my skin at all!
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    Friday, February 27 2015, 02:01 PM - #Permalink
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    Try rimmel 25 hr lasting foundation.it mattifies n is full cover whilst being sweat n humidity proof
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    Friday, February 27 2015, 12:57 PM - #Permalink
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    Charlie by Revlon foundations are as good in quality as their higher end Revlon foundations and they are much more affordable.
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    Wednesday, February 25 2015, 11:03 AM - #Permalink
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    i have tried the true match, its got nice cover and feels good but i found it gave me more blackcheads and spots around my chin area, think it was a tad bit too oily for my skin .
    the woolworths mascara and foundations are good quality and not too pricey.
    the body shop also has great foundations and powders
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    Tuesday, February 24 2015, 08:27 PM - #Permalink
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    @de la Croix. I,ve never tried anything from the Woolies make up range. I test it out. Have u tried the Loreal True match?
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    Tuesday, February 24 2015, 02:54 PM - #Permalink
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    Try the Woolworth brand ones , the price is good and its got great coverage! I also brake out from thick foundation but I found that one didn't give me bad skin.
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