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Sorry I meant light/medium.

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On 8/4/2014 author said:

I'm using Bobbi Brown's new foundation stick in Porcelain, and am very very fair with pink undertones and this stuff looks fantastic on me! I can put it mostly where needed, blend it out, lasts all day, doesn't settle in fine lines, really great for a fair skinned person.

The older version was good, but this is better and it melts right in instantly, so easy to apply, and the color is perfect for me. I used to wear Px in Camellia, color matched to me, and this is much the same color-wise.

I have tried her stick foundation in beige. It was just too yellow.

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On 8/4/2014 author said:

I'm using Bobbi Brown's new foundation stick in Porcelain, and am very very fair with pink undertones and this stuff looks fantastic on me! I can put it mostly where needed, blend it out, lasts all day, doesn't settle in fine lines, really great for a fair skinned person.

The older version was good, but this is better and it melts right in instantly, so easy to apply, and the color is perfect for me. I used to wear Px in Camellia, color matched to me, and this is much the same color-wise.


I agree I am pretty fiar and I like her Skin Foundation SPF 15, it is not yellow at all. I think people should relook some of her products as there have been new colors added. I have her new formulated stick foundation and BB creme and they are not yellow at all.

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When Bobbi said, "we all have yellow in our skin", her credibility was lost. For myself anyway.

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Yes, I wanted to try Bobbi Brown products, but they are expensive. And I don't have a place where I can purchase Bobbi Brown products locally. I am not about to pay $26.00+ shipping and handling for a lipstick that might not work for me. I purchased the set of SKINN lip glosses last Saturday (they were on special). I love them! Actually, I have switched to his products almost exclusively. They are reasonable and they work.

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I love and wear Bobbi's makeup. But I was a little taken aback recently when I ordered two replacement tubes of one of my go-to shades of lipstick, Blondie Pink. Paying $26 for a tube of lipstick is not appealing, but this color is PERFECT for me and I reach for it more than any other.

I used to throw away tubes of lipstick once I got to the bottom, but now I use a lip brush to dig out every last bit.

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I'm not a lipstick user at all, nor would I ever pay $27 for a tube.

Ridiculous, and lipsticks are one of the cheapest things to produce next to lip gloss.

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On 8/3/2014 pinkberry said: I've never bought BB lipstick so i dont know if its good, but I was just looking at the newer Estée Lauder lipstick that gets really good reviews and it's $30. At the start of the summer I bought a Dior lipstick that was $34 and I really hesitated because of the price, but it has turned out to be one of the best lipsticks I've ever had. So at $26, the BB seems to be in line with most dept store lipsticks.

IMHO, Dior products are vastly superior to BB and indeed worth the $.

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I will continue to buy Bobbi Brown products because they are superior products and I love them. I have been wearing sand washed pink lipstick for 15 years.

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you can get bobbi on ebay