#19 - Makeup Edit - The Ordinary Colours (!!!)

So a couple weeks ago I got my final order of The Ordinary Colours - they were on pre-order only so it was a bit of a wait to get them but oh so worth it! I bought them in 2 different shades and they are 30ml each. Don't be fooled by the tiny bottle - the no-bullshit packaging shows you exactly how much 30ml is - The All Nighter by Urban Decay may look like a larger bottle, but I guarantee you it's also 30ml (at more than 3 times the price of The Ordinary Colours).

I made a short video on how I've used it and removed it and have done a voice over. Please be gentle with me as I'm still trying to grasp how this whole video thing work - how the heck do people do it? Either way, I hope it will help!

I cannot begin to let you know how much I love this foundation. It's got that full coverage without looking cakey. The pigment doesn't patch up easy - it's malleable and it looks like skin. It's literally best of both worlds and for people who want to feel like they look like they're born with good skin - THIS IS IT. And it's less than £6.00. Even if you get 2 bottles it will still cost less than your one bottle of Urban Decay All Nighter.

(I know I keep mentioning this Urban Decay foundation: it's because I got one and eventually absolutely hated how it looked on my skin as it patched up so easily and doesn't sit well on the skin any more and it also costed £27.00... I've used it a total of 3 times perhaps).

P.S. There are some audio issues here, my apologies! The part that stuttered a little is the part where I explain I got 2 shades, one that is 2 shades lighter and one 2 shades darker than my skin tone; and in hindsight, I should have gotten one neutral and one yellow so the colour doesn't come out too yellow.

So there you have it - The Ordinary Colours on bare face. I didn't even put toner or moisturiser on and it still sat so comfortably on top. It's silicone based but feels really moisturising. The Ordinary also does primers and I have both - they are both silicone based and you can of course use them together.

Have you used The Ordinary Colours? Did you like it? What other foundations do you like?

Video Product List:

  1. Gangbly Jeju Horse Oil Moisture Cleansing Water
  2. The Ordinary Colours: Coverage Foundation with SPF15 in 1.2YG Light and 2.1Y Medium
  3. Zoeva Face Shape Brush 110
  4. Bellapierre Cosmetics Banana Setting Powder
  5. Blank Canvas Cosmetics F20 Brush
  6. Simple Kind to Skin Hydrating Cleansing Oil