NEW foun­da­tions you’ve GOT to try!

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I’ve never been a fan of heavy cov­er­age bases as they can high­light every pore and line on older skin, so I’m glad to see the launch of lighter­weight al­ter­na­tives again. Max Factor Ra­di­ant Lift Foun­da­tion, £14.99, is fab­u­lous. It makes skin look even and fresh (imag­ine your com­plex­ion at its glowiest best), help­ing it re­tain wa­ter, thanks to the ad­di­tion of hyaluronic acid and glyc­erin, so your skin won’t look dull, dry or flaky and the foun­da­tion won’t set­tle into those creases at the end of the day. The SPF30 and niaci­namide pack an anti-age­ing punch, too. A col­league with very dry skin has fallen for Clar­ins Skin Il­lu­sion, £30, which has a silky, serum-like feel and gives a veil of cov­er­age, while an­other has swapped her reg­u­lar foun­da­tion for the al­most wa­tery tex­tured Ben­e­fit hello happy, £25.50, lov­ing the bare-skinned look it gives her. Three great buys.

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