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Is the light/medium out of stock or maybe not available right now?

I see it in the description but not one of the swatches.

I think I will mix it with my current CC medium cream and see if that works.  I am in the light is to light and medium is slightly to dark group.

 

 

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@grandma_2_2 wrote:

Is the light/medium out of stock or maybe not available right now?

I see it in the description but not one of the swatches.

I think I will mix it with my current CC medium cream and see if that works.  I am in the light is to light and medium is slightly to dark group.

 

 


@grandma_2_2  That's the color I'm a little interested in too.  It was available yesterday but now it's gone so I think they likely have a certain amount of product allocated for presales and they sold out.  I have a feeling there are more in inventory for when the TSV goes live.  Keep in mind, though, that the new one has an oil-free, matte finish so mixing it with a current IT CC cream will give you a different end result.

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@JeanLouiseFinch Thank you for replying.  That was my thought too, that there were only so many for presale.

 

In this heat, my regular CC cream seems a bit to much moisture for my combo skin so after watching the video thought it would be something to try by mixing the two.  Hope it works out since I really like the regular CC cream, just wish it was a little less "wet".

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The Fair Light and Light Med are already sold out. Light Med sold out before the TSV even aired.

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If the fair/light and light/medium are already sold out, that should show how many of us need a combination of colors that are not yellow-based.  I'd thought about trying this in the light/medium but now won't get a chance.  Oh, well....

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@Ccassaday + all:

 

I'm a long-time CC fan, love IT.

 

Was never clear about whether I had yellow or pink undertones to my skin. The vendors always just throw that guide out—as if we each actually KNOW. Fair, for example, was described for yellow undertones. Fair-Light (new) was described for pink undertones.

 

Did some quick on line research and found this useful guide:

 

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*** Hope it's useful to someone.

 

I ordered both the FAIR (my usual) and the FAIR-LIGHT. Always best to actually try it on your skin. (Love the Q's easy return policy.)

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I'd like to know the difference between the three lightest colors.  When you click on the colors and carefully watch the choices, you cannot discern any difference between the three.

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@Kachina624 wrote:

I'd like to know the difference between the three lightest colors.  When you click on the colors and carefully watch the choices, you cannot discern any difference between the three.


@Kachina624: In the product description on the left, it says the FAIR and LIGHT are yellow undertones and FAIR-LIGHT is pink undertones.

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I noticed the older woman's skin did not look good with the matte. It made her skin look dry. I think if you have dry skin, it will not enhance your skin. The young women looked good because their skin is supple. This is a pass for me. I use their Bye Bye foundation full coverage with SPF50+. I really like it. I like their Bye Bye Pores . These look great on my skin. I am 71 years young.

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Many of us use a serum or skin care moisturizer BEFORE we apply makeup. Thinly applied.