Foundation is the one product I think I get through the quickest other than maybe mascara or concealer. Although I use it pretty much everyday, I'm ever so picky when it comes to formulas and finishes as I like my base to look natural and offer a good amount of coverage. I've tried out a variety of different foundations over the years, some of which I absolutely adore, but here are five bases I've repurchased many times before.
Ahh, the Bourjois Healthy Mix and it's serum version is famous for it's radiance boosting formula that blends in to the skin seamlessly and lightweight finish - which you can get for under £10 too! It's a much loved high street addition that has got it's cult following for a very good reason and one that I'd recommend to anyone looking for a budget pick.
I wrote about the Charlotte Tilbury Magic Foundation* way back when and it still remains a foundation that I'm using four years later. It's demi-matte finish is great when I want something with a little bit more coverage as it makes my complexion look flawless as it smoothes and covers any blemishes or redness I have.
When the L'Oreal Lumi Magique Cushion Foundation* came to the UK back in 2016 I was quick to give it a try (writing about it originally here) and it's been a favourite ever since. I've purchased it endless amounts of times because the only downside to this is that it seems to only last about a month, but as it's currently retailing for under £5 it's still an affordable option. I would like it if they would bottle up the formula inside, so that I could top up the cushion pot or have to to hand as honestly it looks super natural on the skin, giving the complexion a slight glow that doesn't look sweaty nor does it slip off the face.
Now, I wouldn't usually go for medium coverage foundation when it comes to the warmer seasons, but I originally bought the Too Faced Born This Way in Paris at the height of Summer and pretty much fell head over heels with the way it made my skin look. The shade range for me is perfect as they fall more on the yellow/neutral undertone which is something I usually struggle with when getting matched, but the formula looks undetectable on the skin and even looks better as the day goes on.
Last up is one I couldn't do this line up without and that's the Bare Minerals Complexion Rescue*. I was debating whether or not to take about it as it's a listed as a tinted moisturiser, but for me, it covers just that little bit more, so I had to include it. It offers SPF 30 protection on top of being a hydrating formula that gives a sheer tint to the skin which covers any redness I have around my cheeks and nose area in particular.
What are your most repurchased foundations?