bareMinerals Bareskin Pure Brightening Serum Foundation in Porcelain Review

I made a video to share my first experience with applying bareMinerals Bareskin Pure Brightening Foundation in Porcelain, which I purchased from Sephora. I wanted to show you what the foundation looked like without a primer or makeup setting spray or color correcting product. It’s a tiny bit too dark for me, but otherwise it looks nice. You can see my First Look at the Bareskin foundation in Bare Satin here.

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Price
$29 for 1 fl. oz. of foundation
$28 for the bareskin perfecting brush (brush & Bare Satin mentioned in video were press release samples)

Availability
Sephora, Ulta, bareMinerals, QVC

I was able to wear it for 5 hours, but then it definitely showed wear. My chin, nose, and cheeks seemed to be completely without foundation by that point. My rosacea was very prominent.

bareMinerals Bareskin Pure Brightening Serum Foundation in Porcelain

Wearing Porcelain

This photo hasn’t been retouched in any way. You can see my rosacea flare up on my chin at the bottom (little zits). You can see my hyperpigmentation on my right cheek (left side of the picture). You can see my pores, etc. This is what the foundation in Porcelain looks like on my skin. I do have a touch of blush – Josie Maran Watercolor Cheek Gelee in Poppy Paradise. I have a touch of highlighter on – NARS Hot Sand Illuminator. That’s it. No setting powder.

bareMinerals Bareskin Pure Brightening Serum Foundation in Porcelain

Side view of Porcelain

Again, this hasn’t been retouched in any way so that you can see exactly how the foundation looks. You can see that the foundation is blended down my neck, and it’s slightly darker than my skintone. You can see the hyperpigmentation on my cheek and the right side of my chin, along with the rosacea flare up on my chin.

bareMinerals Bareskin Pure Brightening Serum Foundation in Porcelain

Wearing Porcelain

With this photo I took out the rosacea flare up on my chin and the hyperpigmentation.

After 5 hours it really had worn off on my chin, nose and cheeks. I’m going to test it with primer to see how long and how well it wears with primer.

What do you think of the bareMinerals Bareskin Pure Brightening Foundation in Porcelain so far?

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