I need some help in the foundation department?

miss gucci

Dec 22, 2007
I have fairly good skin. I don't break-out even though my skin is a tad on the oily side and I'm very loyal to my skin care routine.
Because of this, I don't wear foundation. Tried it once and hated it. I only use powder (Clinique super-sheer or super-soft or super-something pressed powder). But I really want to start getting wearing a little foundation to make my skin look really flawless. I need something light and barely there (I don't want to look like I'm wearing foundation) but still gives my skin a healthy glowing flawless look. Any suggestions?
And on another note, has anyone tried Neutrogena Healthy Skin Enhancer?

you should try..this one...i have it and it's perfect.
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Aug 14, 2006
I have used many types of foundation. I have oily skin that is prone to breakouts. Right now, I'm using Jane Iredale's Pressed base. It's a mineral makeup and it is undetectable. You can't even feel it. The pressed minerals were designed for an oiler skin type. However, I do recommend using the handi brush in her line with it. I've gotten much better results with the handi brush. Go on her website. There's a lot of information on it there.


May 31, 2007
Bare Escentuals Bare Minerals. It changed my life. I'm not kidding!!! I used to HATE wearing makeup and considered it more a chore than anything. With Bare Minerals, it's so easy to apply and it looks so natural that I look forward to putting on... especially since I'm no longer afraid to look in the mirror!


Jul 9, 2007
Smashbox Photofix is great and I love Bare Essentuals Bare Minerals as well - I have sensitive and oily skin as well. Philosophy also makes a slightly tinted primer - can't remember the name - but it's good as well and has spf too.