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Best foundation for aging 50 year old beginning to wrinkle skin

Started 1260761216 in Beauty Banter | Last reply 1260835414 by SuzyBailey
I use BE and am beginning to wonder if there is something better to hide the wrinkles.

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Sassenach112607614284612 PostsRegistered 12/3/2005
I have several recommendations:
Bobbi Brown Luminous (my skin is dry and this is fairly moisturizing)
Lauren Hutton Aqua Elements Gel Foundation
Both do not accentuate lines or wrinkles. They are very beautiful and give a natural finish.

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PurpleCow1260761878702 PostsRegistered 8/15/2009colorado, baby!!
(i wish i could have made it to 50 before i began to wrinkle- lucky!!)

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cindybill1260762019390 PostsRegistered 9/21/2007
ohhh gel foundation now that sounds great.. can it go in the refrig? Then it would cool me off when I put it on?
Where do I find this?

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Sassenach112607621254612 PostsRegistered 12/3/2005
> ohhh gel foundation now that sounds great.. can it go
> in the refrig? Then it would cool me off when I put
> it on?
> Where do I find this?
> Cindy
HSN has Lauren Hutton and the kits are usually very good values. You can also buy directly from her web site - laurenhuttondotcom.

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thrash20126076426516 PostsRegistered 11/14/2009
Thanks for the suggestions.

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Missy122312607643971614 PostsRegistered 6/26/2007
Estee Lauder Futurist foundation is made just for you! I use it and love it.

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KFS1260767773650 PostsRegistered 3/4/2008
I have finally found a liquid makeup that I love. I am 53 and it does not settle into fine lines, gives me coverage and moisture. It has a very pretty finish. It is the NuSkin liquid foundation. They have a web site site. It is also very reasonably priced, I think it is around $28.00 a bottle, and a little goes a long way.

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item1260778674490 PostsRegistered 9/6/2005Florida
I'm 59.
I use Mally's primer (pink color in a jar) and Prescriptives "Photochrome" Light Adjusting Compact Makeup SPF 15.
Using them together seems to have somewhat of an airbrush effect on my lines and it looks like bare skin ([u]good[/u] bare skin) to me. HTH.

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BEgal4life1260793778994 PostsRegistered 3/16/2006Jersey Girl
Another vote for Lauren Hutton Aqua Elements breathable gel foundation....good stuff! =)
~BE user since 99 until recently. Blonde hair, hazel (green/gold) eyes, sensitive combo skin, BE Medium, Lauren Hutton AE Pink, love Mally for eyes!~
~42, Mom of 3 BEautiful daughters, 18, 14, and 1~


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QVCOldTimer1260816129647 PostsRegistered 5/19/2008
Hi thrash,
I just discovered Revlon Age Defying Spa Foundation. I like the
way it feels and the wrinkles seem softened somehow. Still there
for sure, but look less noticeable.
It wears fairly well (not Colorstay performance) but looks good on
off days and has a nice SPF. Kind of one stop shopping for older
I don't like the built in brush - I removed it with pliers!

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cats tail1260826147107 PostsRegistered 7/25/2005
I am going to be 77 on Friday and have very good skin. I haven't worn foundation for about 20 years. I don't think you can hide wrinkles. I just use hydrating moisturizer, cream blush and lipstick. I never let powder touch my face as It accentuates the lines. When I first went without makeup, I found it hard to get used to. Now I think my
skin looks better without it. Just my opinion.

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raeline126082678228 PostsRegistered 1/2/2007puyallup, wa
I really like the bobbi brown tinted moisturizer, also like the Lauren Hutton face disk. When you go to the Macy's or Nordstrom, I would ask for a sample, that way you can see what it looks like in natural day light and how it feels on your skin. Bobbi has some great foundations, also you includes a primer in her moisturizers.

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sweetsue_9812608275091032 PostsRegistered 9/24/2006
I am 65 have nice skin, and few wrinkles. However, I love The Perricone no foundation and use the tinted moisturizer under.
Great natural look. I had used futurist, but it felt too heavy.

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iachick12608312123120 PostsRegistered 9/1/2008
I was having the same issue... I thought BE accentuated the lines under my eyes. I have switched to Smashbox Tinted Moisturizer with a bit of Halo through the t-zone. Doesn't cover my lines but they are certainly less noticeable.

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Dharma_Ini­tiative12608318724154 PostsRegistered 7/16/2007
Well I've never used foundation before but judging by how wonderful the Maybelline Age Rewind concealer/highlighter is, I would give the Age Rewind foundation a try if I were you. Way more affordable and works like a dream (at least the concealer does and this is the first concealer I've ever used that I absolutely love). I'm 47. It doesn't settle in fine lines and it covers great, lightweight (can't even feel that you're wearing anything).

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lulu2126083238823285 PostsRegistered 8/1/2007
I am 59 and I like BB cream foundation. Sometimes I'll use a light dusting of BE Mineral Veil over it.

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bellamack1260833139641 PostsRegistered 11/12/2009
Dr. D's tinted moisturizer- SPF 30
Clarins firming
Avon Magix

50's, fair skin with pink undertones, freckles when young, dry to normal and a little sensitive. Dark brown straight hair, sometimes highlighted (very lightly)

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SuzyBailey12608354145360 PostsRegistered 6/17/2007NEW YORK, NEW YORK
Lauren Hutton Aqua Elements if you like a mineral makeup
Dior Airspray Foundation - my all time favorite for fall and winter.
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