Reviews for InstaBake Aqua Glass Foundation
People say Beauty Bakerie is really similar to Clinique.
Ok a couple of things about my skin. I am 42 with very few fine lines and I have dry skin. I bought this on sale to try because I keep trying out different foundations and I don't totally love any of them so I'm trying to find something that I really really like. The only 2 foundations that I like but don't love are Clinique and Laura Mercier Lumier. I applied this foundation with a wet beauty blender. It does look kind of cake you when you first put it on but I just kept patting/ pushing the foundation until it melted into my skin. After it settled onto my skin looked dewy, smooth and healthy. I love it so much that I'm thinking of buying a backup while it's on sale.
It's nice but sadly I have to return it. :(
I gave this product 4-stars because it comes to a close comparison to the wonderful Clinique Even Better foundation. However, I have to return it because the undertone was not golden enough. It was more warm-orange like. On Temptalia it said that Clinique Even Better in Cream caramel was a dupe for BB 323W but BB was warmer. I think I should have gone for 321W. But regardless, it's always a risk buying foundation online and I don't feel like trying to blind test colors with something so pricy because. And in my area, none of the Ulta's sell Beauty Bakerie which is a shame because my city is predominately populated by Blacks and non-Black ethnic groups! But they all just so happen to have Kylie cosmetics! Still, I like BB products and it is a great, black-owned alternative to Fenty which is overrated because a pop star is the face of it. However, I think the company need to improve the shade charts that correspond with the model's faces on the original site. I will have to return this beauty but I will buy the concealer instead. :)