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Arbonne Tinted Mousturiser

arbonne tinted moisturiser

For anyone who has only met me within the past year, I'm actually a former Arbonne Consultant. Whilst it has been over a year since I officially moved on, being the hoarder that I am I still had a drawer full of Arbonne products and promotional materials until two weekends ago. Within this drawer I found a full sized product of their Sheer Finish Tinted Moisturiser in the colour Fair, so given it was the correct shade I decided to work it into my make-up routine for a while. 

The thing is,e I'm not huge on tinted moisturiser anyway, hence why I kept this purely for handing out as a sample rather than using for my own face. Since using this the main difference I've seen compared to other tinted moisturisers is that this is just a tiny bit thicker. Whilst it's certainly not a foundation it does add more colour to the face and even the skintone more than any other TM I've tried before.

When I was a consultant I knew the other girls I worked with liked to use this underneath their foundation just to add a bit more coverage. The reason that didn't work for me and the reason I've fallen out with so many tinted moisturisers is because I have oily skin and the product just slides off me. However if you have dry skin and want something a bit thicker I would recommend giving this a go to see how you like this as the finish was very nice! 

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  1. I used to use thicker mouse like foundation on my oily skin but it made my complexion look so dull and my skin couldn't breath. Now I use mattifying fluid on my Tzone, followed by a BB cream or tinted moisturiser all over, with a light dusting of translucent powder where I'm likely to get shiny and it works and looks much better.

    1. Sounds interesting! I've never tried using different products on different areas of my skin. Maybe should as, like you, I have combination skin.


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