Boots No7 Colour Calming Make-Up Base Reviews
Product Type: Boots No.7 makeup
Description:Brand: Boots No7 / Up / Type: Concealers / Subcategory: Colour / What it does: Calms, / Calm rosy complexions with this caring colour corrector /
Newest Review: ... great. **** How much does it cost? Where can you buy it from? *** You can buy this primer from Boots for £10.50. However, I ... more
Customer Boots No7 Colour Calming Make-Up Base Reviews (14)
by - written on 07/03/08 (Very useful, 490 readings)
The skin on my face tends to be quite red and I am always looking for ways to make it less noticeable. I have previously used concealer sticks, which were green in colour, the idea being that the green should neutralise the red in your skin tone. They never really worked for me, but still I decided to try No.7's colour calming make-up base that works on the same principle, but comes in the form of a cream rather than a stick. ~Packaging~ This comes in a squeezable tube with a screw top lid, which it stands on. The colour of the tube is a pale mint green, very similar to the colour of the product inside. The design of the packaging is very plain and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/12 (Very useful, 85 readings)
A year ago I was in search of something that reduced the redness in my face that thankfully I no longer have an issue with, but for a number of years I couldn't hide it even behind foundation so I was recommended this by staff in boots, of course. I did at the time purchase this with a money off voucher of £5 but still paid about £6 for it which to me is still a chunk of money to spend on something small like this, especially when money wasn't easily available at the time and to be honest with all of you; I wish I'd have saved it for a better alternative as I was highly disappointed with it. I found that every time I used this, there was no change ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/10/11 (Very useful, 63 readings)
In the winter I get red cheeks and I look permanently flushed. I read about this product in a magazine where it had recieved good reviews so I bought a tube in the green shade. A tube containing 40ml of this product costs £11. There are actually two shades available lavender which will correct sallow and dull complexions as well as neutralising yellowy tones and a green shade which will neutralise and correct redness as well as concealing blemishes and uneven skin tone. The base comes in a tube which is green in colour. To use the base you simply apply a small amount using your fingers and blend into your skin. Concentrating on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/05/11 (Very useful, 108 readings)
I know a lot of people go to great lengths to get that flushed cheek look for their face but as anyone with naturally rosy cheeks will tell you sometimes it is a curse rather than a blessing. I have very naturally flushed cheeks which in the summer get very red indeed so I look constantly like im blushing or really, really hot and I absolutely HATE it. When it comes to rosy cheeks Id much rather fake it but since I dont have that option I like to try and find products that will help tone down the flushed look a little bit. This 'No7 Colour Calming Make-Up Base' I actually received as a free sample just before Christmas in a small No7 set but as the weather has been ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/01/11 (Very useful, 545 readings)
When it comes to products like this, I always rely on reading reviews before deciding whether to purchase it or not. The confusion comes in when all of the reviews on Dooyoo give it 1 star, yet the reviews on makeupalley are praising the product and giving it the highest ratings - is it just that us Dooyoo'ers are more harsh in our ratings? I decided to bite the bullet and buy this anyway, mainly because it was the only one on the market I could find that was suitable for use with flash photography which was one of the main things I was looking for. No7 Colour Calming Primer comes in both lilac and green, I'll be reviewing the green version today. This primer ... Read the complete review
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