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Tuesday, 18 November 2014

Oxygenetix Review*

Hey guys! It's been a while, I hope you are all doing well. 
So I was contacted a few weeks back and was asked to do a review on the Oxygenetetix Oxygenating foundation which I had noticed previously at Bloggers Fashion Week. 

 So Oxygenetix first launched in Beverley Hills (2008) and became very popular at the Sundance Film Festival. The foundation was originally developed for those who had just had cosmetic surgery (such as laser peels) with the aim of helping customers heal and conceal the skin. 
For those of us who have not been through any cosmetic procedures, the foundation really does hydrate the skin and provides a full coverage as pictured below. As always I went for a colour that is a few shades darker than my skin tone simply because my neck is a bit darker than my face. 
I really like this foundation but found it felt really heavy on my skin and did tend to look a little bit streaky by the end of the night. Having said this, I did not let this stop me! I am always the one to fix a problem so mixed this foundation with my Maybelline Fit Me foundation which I have previously spoken about here, added double the amount of Matte Powder to my face and ended up with one of the most flawless looks! The Oxygenetix foundation gives you that Summer glow although its not the season, which in my opinion is great because I love to look Sunkissed all year round! 

This foundation retails at £45 and can be found in a number of beauty clinics and can be purchased directly here
I chose the shade Tawny which I felt was much suited to my skin tone but would perhaps go a shade lighter next time. In my opinion, because of its coverage this would be a foundation that I save for 'special occasions' - compared to my tinted moisturiser or light foundations that I usually use on a daily basis. 






Hope you enjoyed this review!



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Have you tried this foundation? What are your thoughts? 

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