“ Brand: Oil of Olay / Type: Foundation / Subcategory: Moisturiser / What it does: Moisturizes, „
I liked this foundation because it was designed for sensitive dry skin. I suffer from eczema and found this to be very suitable. Unlike some foundations it doesn't show up the dry patches on the skin, but gives a good solid coverage. This is only really a good buy for those who like to look like they are wearing make up. It does last quite well compared to cheaper products but does not quite stand up to all day. The difference between the shades is quite pronounced though, so beware. I have bought two shades and mix them for different times of year and tan!
Out of all the foundations I’ve ever used, this is the one I liked best. It is suitable for all skin types, including sensitive skin and teenage skin that is quite oily, and it has a whole range of shades to suit most complexions, from porcelain to olive. It is also creamy and natural looking, and providing you put a little powder over the top to seal, it will last all day. Unlike some foundations it isn’t so thick that it turns out blotchy and looking like a mask, it’s not greasy, blends well and acts as a concealer as well as a base, covering spots and blemishes effectively. At £7.99 it’s fairly expensive, but the small tube lasts ages and it’s definitely worth the money.
This is the best foundation ever!!! Being one of these unfortunate people with "problem skin" I had a really difficult job finding a good foundation to cover up my spots. But now I don't need to look anymore as I believe I have found the best thing since sliced bread!! This excellent foundation from Oil of Olay (or Ulay as it used to be known) really works a treat. You don't have to use a lot of it and it doesn't look as if you have used a trowel to apply it. I use Porcelain which I believe is the lightest colour and find that it lasts all through the day without a problem. It is a little on the expensive side at £7.99 per tube but you definately get what you are paying for. Ladies I believe that this is one beauty product you should't be without.
I came across this as I was sent a free sample through the post and gave it a try. I didn't very often wear foundation as I didn't like the way it felt so heavy on my face, but this foundation has changed all that. It is so light you don't notice it's there but gives you the colour you need. I don't leave the house now before putting it on. There are so many shades to choose from there must be one for everyone. At 8.99 I suppose you could say its quite pricey but it lasts for ages even though its a small bottle and it also moisurises your face as well as being a good base for your makeup. I wouldn't change to another as I am very happy with this.
I always had a problem trying to find a foundation that suited my complexion up until a few years ago. The ones that were in my price bracket were always too 'coloured' or went on too thick, making my skin look dry or flaky. Yeuch! Then I thought I would give Oil of Ulay's all Day Moisture make-up a go, as somebody had recommended it to me. It was fabulous! It goes on quite creamy but very natural looking and doesn't make my skin look dry like the others did. The colours are a little on the 'goldy' side again, but I went for the palest they do which is 'porcelain.' I would never shave said I needed one so pale because I have a typical English Rose complexion but the shade is perfect, so anyone buying this brand needs to keep this in mind. It goes a long way too, and a little on the finger/sponge is all that's needed. I have sensitive skin which was another thing I was worried about, but thankfully I haven't had a problem with this foundation at all.
I have tried so many different foundations, but until now I had never found one that felt like I wasnt wearing that much makeup at all, and also couldnt find one that stayed on for most of the day. Oil of Ulay foundation comes in all different shades and skin combinations. It also has a moistuiser mixed in with it that makes it feel really nice on the skin. Because of the moisteriser it also doesnt leave any blotchy marks like previous foundations I have tried. The only problem is that although it stays on for most of the day, by late afternoon it is starting to disappear, so if anyone out there has got anymore suggestions please let me know.