What I also love about this is that its a compact, I haven't used a compact for years since I used the muck that is Elizabeth Arden but I find it so handy to whip this bad boy out if I need to have a quick touch up.
I think this foundation will be brilliant for anyone that doesn't have very oily skin. I have normal skin type with an oily t-zone and this is perfect for me - once I set this with powder. It doesn't leave me very shiny and find I'd only touch up my makeup once after about 8 hours. This would look fab on someone with very dry skin as its going to add natural dewiness to your skin. You don't need a separate sunblock, and it's very gentle on your skin. One thing to remember with this foundation is that it has an SPF of 50 so its not camera friendly, perfect for every day but not good if your planning on having photographs as the SPF diffuses light and make you look ghostly.
Eau Thermale Avène High Protection Tinted Compact SPF 50
·Handbag friendly size
·Protects against UVB/UVA sunlight
·Conceals imperfections and evens out skin tone.
·100% mineral free
·No chemical filters
How to use
Before sun exposure, apply thin layer (at least 1g) of product onto facial skin, reapply frequently (every 2 hours) and after towel drying, swimming, or perspiring.
Avoid contact with eyes.
Eau Thermale Avène High Protection Tinted Compact SPF 50 Beige €25.41,10g
• Provides SPF50.
• Gives flawless natural skin and blends easily
• Suitable for sensitive skin types.
• Limited shade range. Only two shades are offered, and while both are workable for me, this is really not right see as there are more skin shades out there...get on it Avene. The lightest shade, which is the one I have Sable/Beige is about a NW25 from MAC and the darker shade is the Dore/Honey shade, which can turn slightly peach on skin. Its about a NW30.
• Not suitable for oily skin types.