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1 Top 13 Foundations for the Money on Sun Jan 24, 2010 12:04 am

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Top 13 Foundations for the Money

Picking the right foundation can be tricky. Your best bet is to go to a store like Sephora and try out a variety of products in your shade range. In the meantime, here's a rundown of my 13 favorite tried-and-true foundations.

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Hands down one of the best foundations for oily skin. Laura Mercier's foundation gets high praise from beauty editors (myself included) and the reviewers on Makeupalley.com.

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Flawless. Chanel products go on smooth and aren't drying (but they also don't add oil to your already oily skin). A plus is most come with an SPF of at least 15 -- a big bonus in moisturizers. We suggest trying out the different versions at the Chanel counter.

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If you're going to spend money on beauty products, we usually suggest saving it up for a good foundation. But this inexpensive product is worth a try. If you have oily skin, you might want to skip this product, however. Best for women with dry skin.

4. Best Drugstore Foundation: CoverGirl Clean Liquid Makeup

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CoverGirl's foundation is another Glamour favorite (winner 2 years in a row for inexpensive foundation). Readers love it because it gives good coverage without covering too thickly (your freckles will show through, which I love, because I think freckles are fabulous). It also controls oil, according to Glamour. But be warned, I've done my research and some reviewers find it's too thin and doesn't cover enough, others find it hard to find the perfect match out of the more than a dozen shades. I say, buy a few shades and then return the ones that don't work. Never, ever buy makeup from a store that doesn't have a return policy!

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Foundation sticks are great for covering blotchy skin and were made for women on the run who need a quick fix. They provide on-the-spot coverage in a flash and there's no better product than Bobbi Brown. Make sure you blend in product after applying.


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Personally, I am not a fan of mineral makeup. I find it settles into my fine lines and looks weird with my large pores. But what doesn't work for me, works for thousands of women since Bare Minerals is a cult classic and Sephora favorite. It's also a 5-time Glamour Magazine "best foundation" winner. Users love "BareMins" because it won't melt away. Women also love the way it looks on their skin. Because mineral makeup is a love or hate thing, I strongly suggest you try it out first and if you hate it, return it.

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Powder foundation tends to be more matte than sheer or satin, so it's great for women with oily skin. This product blends well & has great staying power throughout the day mainly because it comes in powder form, which is great for bringing along in your purse.

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We've used this powder foundation for years. The trick is to find the right shade. MAC Studio Fix is perfect for women with oily skin who want to minimize the appearance of large pores. Keep in mind you might need different shades for the different seasons of the year -- you're usually a bit darker in summer.

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This foundation is one of the best rated and most popular on Drugstore.com. We gave it a whirl and loved how light it went on without being greasy in our t-zone spots. No wonder this foundation is much-beloved. Plus, we love that it is SPF 15.

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Clarins consistently impresses. You'll find these light, tinted moisturizers offer great coverage without feeling heavy. And there's no better tanning product out there than Clarins. Here, you'll get the moisturizer and the tan without the need for a heavy foundation.


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2 Re: Top 13 Foundations for the Money on Mon Mar 08, 2010 4:11 pm

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For me the Mac studio and Revlon ColorStay work really well for me and looks really natural on my face. and it doesn't cost a lot.

3 Re: Top 13 Foundations for the Money on Thu Aug 26, 2010 9:26 pm

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Nars Sheer Glow and Nars Matte Glow

4 Re: Top 13 Foundations for the Money on Fri May 27, 2011 4:51 am

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I use Laura Mercier's Oil-Free Foundation Liquid for my oily skin.It helps cleanse my face,and have a fresh look.

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5 Re: Top 13 Foundations for the Money on Fri May 27, 2011 10:49 am

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Armain Luminous silk foundation works great

6 Re: Top 13 Foundations for the Money on Mon May 30, 2011 9:36 pm

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I love Bare Minerals foundation and for tinted moisturizer, I use Omorovicza Complexion Enhancer with spf 15.

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7 Re: Top 13 Foundations for the Money on Mon Jun 29, 2015 7:45 am

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Nice post, thanks for sharing such a nice and useful information.

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