Lush Colour Supplement Reviews
Product Type: Lush makeup
Newest Review: ... is that having them in little pots does make it messy when trying to get it out and mixed with moisturiser. For something ... more
Customer Lush Colour Supplement Reviews (7)
by - written on 10/12/10 (Very useful, 113 readings)
When Lush introduced their colour supplements last year, I for once had no intention of trying them. I often have problems with foundation, seeing as my skin is so pale, and the lightest shade of any foundation available is often too dark for me. As the colour supplements came in only four colours, I was sure even the lightest would be too dark. However, a few weeks ago I found out via the Money Saving Expert website that there would be a voucher for a free colour supplement in More! Magazine. This was quite a bargain as the supplements are normally priced at £7.50. I find the magazine quite fun to read anyway so grabbed one and headed to Lush to pick up my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/05/12, updated on 22/05/12 (Very useful, 66 readings)
I recently went to Lush and stocked up on both some old favourites and some products that I hadn't tried before. One of the products that I hadn't tried before was the colour supplement. The colour supplement is basically a little pot of coloured cream which you then blend with your normal moisturiser to make a tinted moisturiser. You can also use them on their own and they also double up as a concealer. The colour supplements come in 5 different shades which are light pink, dark pink, light yellow, dark yellow and Jackie Oates. The different shades are for both lighter and darker skin tones. I got the dark pink as this was supposed to be for darker ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/04/10 (Very useful, 351 readings)
After befriending a man in my local Lush shop, I was one of the first to find out about the Lush Colour Supplement, and literally the day it was released, I was down with my friend to try it out, and I was quite excited, as I'm the biggest Lush fan going, and Lush doing foundation is the most exciting thing to happen in my month. The Colour Supplement from Lush is a pot of foundation, which you mix with your normal moisturiser, which then mixes to your skin colour. The Colour Supplement comes in 4 colours, Dark Pink, Dark Yellow, Light Pink and Light Yellow. Personally, I choose Light Yellow, it looks much darker straight on my skin, but mixing the Supplement ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/10 (Very useful, 126 readings)
I had high hopes for this product. I have very fair skin and I have found pink or red based foundations (opposed to the popular yellow based ones) work wonders for me. I received my order from their website and I was excited to try it. It states you can use this product three ways, straight application as a foundation, mix it with your moisturiser to make yourself your own custom tinted moisturiser and finally as a concealer. I decided firstly to try it as a foundation. The colour is not light pink as stated, it is a more orangey pink (the same as MACs NW series). I managed to blend it quite well and the result was a dewy finish. It looked ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/11 (Very useful, 110 readings)
*** Intro In case some of you re unaware 'LUSH' is a popular fresh handmade cosmetics company, that stock a variety of items including; soaps, perfume, face masks, moisturizer ect. I wasn't aware much about the brand until I saw a lot of popularity on the topic from YouTube. As I was reading through a magazine I had purchased I saw a voucher for a free 'colour supplement'; seeing as I was taking a trip to Manchester I thought I might as well use it, seeing as it was free. *** The product The product turns out to be a versatile, multi-purpose base colour; which can be mixed with a moisturizer for a subtle tint, or straight from the ... Read the complete review
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