Archive | February 8, 2015

Beauty Army subscription-Review

This was a mistake, which I quickly cancelled.  The cost is $12 per month.  You do get to select what samples you get, but they are small and maybe one or two uses.  I was doing research on beauty box subscriptions, and Beauty Army seemed like a good value.


It did come right away, and I was immediately disappointed. I did get some L’Oreal eye cream and a tube of brightening serum.  I got several hair products. Barely worth $12 in my opinion.

Beauty Army Jan 2015

Physicians Formula Touch of Glow Nude Wear Foundation-Review

This foundation is brand new and I love it.  I’m always on the lookout for a great foundation.  I’ve been nursing a sample of Clinique Even Better liquid, only wearing it on special occasions because I didn’t want to fork over $27 for foundation.  The new Physicians Formula Nude Wear is better than the Clinique Even Better and only costs $14.99 at Ulta. There was a buy one get one 50% off sale and I used my rewards points along with an Ulta coupon and only paid $8.69.

It’s one ounce and comes with a quality brush to apply. I got Light and the color matches perfectly with my fair complexion. The coverage is light but covers well. It imparts a dewy glow that my mature skin loves. I used a little loose powder on my cheeks, and I was good to go. You only use one drop on the brush and it easily covers your entire face. The label says “weightless fluid foundation dresses skin in an illuminating veil of radiance delivering just the right amount of coverage, while remaining virtually undetectable on the skin” True, true and more true.

The foundation does not have an SPF, which is surprising for Physicians Formula. But I always wear a 30 SPF in my moisturizer anyway.

If you are looking for a great high end type liquid foundation, the Nude Wear Touch of Glow will be your skin’s new best friend.



Physicians Formula Nude Wear Touch of Glow Foundation-Light 2-8-15