Barbara Daly Tesco Oil Free Foundation Reviews
Product Type: Barbara Daly makeup
Description:Brand: Barbara Daly / Powders / Type: Foundation / The oil-free formula is perfect for blemish-prone skin and provides long-lasting coverage /
Newest Review: ... seems to be on a 3 for 2 offer, priced around the £8 mark. ASTHETICS The foundation comes in an attractive yet clinical ... more
Customer Barbara Daly Tesco Oil Free Foundation Reviews (10)
by - written on 25/06/10 (Very useful, 495 readings)
I bought this foundation one day browsing the tesco make up ailses when this caught my eye, i remember reading something online about a recommendation for this foundation, so as it was only £6-7 (cant remember) I bought it ! The bottle is a small glass frosted jar which reminds me of the same bottle as clinique foundation, it does look very expensive and not something that comes from tesco. I have been using this foundation on and off now, the first thing i noticed it dosent smell of that disgusting plasticy/playdough smell of foundation, it actually smells of quite nice! To me it smells like a cross between vanilla and bananas and whenever i put ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/09 (Very useful, 348 readings)
I have always thought that using expensive foundation would mean that it was better for my skin and was a better product in general. However, my friend recommended Barbara Daly foundation from Tesco. As it was only around £6, I felt I had nothing to lose. The foundation comes in a 29ml frosted glass bottle that has a black lid and 'make-up' written on the front. I purchased the moisture foundation as I have very dry and sensitive skin. There is a handy applicator inside the lid of the bottle which means you can apply the foundation straight to your sponge or finger to apply it to the skin. The foundation gives an even coverage and you don't need ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/09 (Very useful, 483 readings)
About 2 minutes ago, I was given a really nice present but in the most surreal situation. My Step-Brothers came over to mine because my Step-Mum was here with me, and when they were walking down my rather busy street in Harrow, London, they saw 2 bottles of Barbara Daly Oil Free Foundation on the path, and no one near by seemed to loose it, so they picked it up and gave it to the best Step Sister in the world (AKA me!) as a present. I was a little surprised, but happy, I was just about to buy a new (fairly cheap) foundation for when I start University, but hey, I'm not saying no to free Foundation! (Which is also my exact colour for my skin tone! Scary eh?) So ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/13 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I first tried Barbara Daly makeup based on a recommendation by a friend who suggested trying a cheaper alternative to Clinique. The foundation can only be found in Tesco stores, so can be picked up with your weekly shopping and always seems to be on a 3 for 2 offer, priced around the £8 mark. ASTHETICS The foundation comes in an attractive yet clinical frosted glass bottle. The clever lid doubles up as an applicator which is particularly useful in gathering enough foundation on the back of the hand to apply to the face. There are 5 shades in the range (porcelain, ivory, beige, almond and honey) which doesn't sound a lot, but the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/12/10 (Very useful, 273 readings)
I found out about Barbara Daily Oil Free Foundation last year. I was at my friends house preparing for a night out. I went to grab my make-up out my bag and my previous foundation had split out over my bag. There was hardly any left in the bottle, so my friend let me use some of hers. I instantly took a liking to it! As well as being soft and smooth, it covered any blemishes, and gave me a fantastic natural finish! She told me she had bought it from Tesco, so the next day i went in and purchased it. Purchase It was from the Barbara Daily range at Tesco. It cost me £6.75, which i thought was great value!! And with 3 for 2 deal currently on a Tesco, it's a ... Read the complete review
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