Hello, everyone, Spring is basically here. While it is getting warmer it starts upgrading some new makeup routines and that is adding some excellent SPF.
I went to Sephora to find something new and I just want a new foundation since the one that I used ran out of my shades so I decided to splurge on a new one.
To give a small peak on what foundation I go for I personally go for more light/medium coverage.
Now for the review.
Saie is a clean makeup brand and of course, cruelty-free which is a win-win. Their package is mostly plastic-free. I just trusted the Sephora employee recommendation and honestly, after learning that they are a clean beauty brand and their product can be somewhat recycled. I can easily say that I’m glad I spent my money on their brand.
As someone who lives on a tropical island which is basically Summer all year, SPF is a must in my skincare routine. The Saie Clean Tinted Moisturizer contains SPF 35 which is fine for my everyday life.
A little goes a long way, like just one pump and you are good to go.
My first mistake was applying two-three pumps and my face was too dewy for my liking but somehow I managed to make it less dewy. After that tiny mistake, I learned that just one pump is good enough.
As I mentioned before one pump gives enough coverage. At first, you will have a glowy dewy look due to the SPF but after a few minutes, it will mattify a bit with just the right amount of dewiness.
It is long-lasting and is super easy to blend, which I personally use with my NYX Cosmetic Tint Cream Blush gives a nice finish that I get some sun tan or simply blushing.
One of the few things that I’m enjoying about the Saie Slip tint is that it doesn’t give me that cakey look nor when some foundation decides to give you that crack look it doesn’t give you that. It is super lightweight.
My skin type is pretty normal. I do get a bit of an oily forehead, nothing too drastic.
My skin shade on the Saie Slip Tint is Number 4 (light to medium-neutral-red).
For $36 it is a very good price knowing that it will last quite a lot.
I would use it for daylight only.
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