ZSANETT'S REVIEW OF THE 6 QUID FOUNDATION SENSATION FROM DECIEM

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I've heard about The Ordinary's new foundation collection a few months back when they first arrived to London. I actually had the bottle for over 2 months but never got around to trying it out, so I thought as it's still new to most people, I'll do a review video of my first impression. I won't give out too much of what my opinion is about the product. You'll be able to see everything in my video, just scroll down! ;)

A bit about The Ordinary: The Ordinary is a brand from DECIEM, an umbrella of brands focused on advanced functional beauty. All DECIEM products, across all brands including The Ordinary, are free of parabens, sulphates, mineral oil, methylchloroisothiazolinone, methylisothiazolinone, animal oils, benzalkonium chloride, coal tar dyes, formaldehyde, mercury, oxybenzone. 

What's great about this new line of foundations is that they offer two different types of foundation, a lightweight Serum Foundation and and highly-pigmented Coverage Foundations. And what's even better is that here are 21 shades in each range! You can click HERE for the colour guide from DECIEM's website.

The Serum Foundation SPF 15 (£5.70 for 30ml) has been developed to be a natural-looking medium coverage foundation with a lightweight serum texture. The Coverage Foundation SPF 15 (£5.90 for 30ml) is a rich in pigment, non-oily cream textured foundation that offers a high coverage yet natural finish.

Below you'll find a video of my first impression using the product and my honest review, hope you'll find it informative. :)

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