9.12.15

Review: Madara Moon Flower Rose Beige Tinting Fluid

Review Madara Moonflower Rose Beige Tinting Fluid
I think I’ve had a million samples of Madara Moonflower Rose Beige Tinting Fluid over the years. I always seem to get them with online orders. Originally I was not a fan, mainly because I found the scent overwhelming but I suspect things have changed over time. Whilst I am still not keen on the fragrance, I feel it may have been reformulated at some point. It's still the same scent but doesn't seem as strong or linger for as long.

I decided to buy a full sized 50ml bottle of Madara Moonflower because I was looking for bridal makeup. I wanted to avoid the costly outlay of finding a perfect natural liquid foundation. I realised that whilst this tinted moisturiser is great during the summer months it actually can be handy for winter under my mineral powder foundation. I love my Everyday Minerals foundation and I use it daily. The only teeny tiny issue I have with it is by the end of the working day depending on how my skin is behaving it may not always look its best. Now usually that is not a big deal for me, I’m happy to touch up if I go out in the evening but for my wedding day I would rather not have any worries about how I am looking. The Madara tinting fluid provides an extra layer of moisture which helps combat dryness and the added bonus is it evens out my skin tone. With powder applied on top coverage is flawless and the effects last for longer. I also specifically wanted a tinted product without SPF in order to work well for photographs. 

Madara Moonflower is a little on the pricey side but I picked it up during a promotional offer. There is another colour available called Sunflower Golden Beige which I have tried but it doesn't suit my skin tone as well as Moonflower. Madara is Organic (Ecocert) Vegan, nut free, gluten free and cruelty free. It's available to buy from several websites including *Lucyrose and *Onlynaturals.

Have you tried Madara Tinting Fluids? Do you like them?

Sarah x

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4 comments:

  1. I have also tried both shades but its not worked for me. But i do use the estelle and thild tinted moisturiser in light to the same affect. For more hydration have you tried mixing one drop of your favorite face oil. i have really dry patches on my face, doing that helps my make up stay put for longer! xx

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    1. thanks for the tip that is something I already do, I layer up on moisturisers and serums before applying any makeup and this tinting fluid. I'll have to take a look at the one from estelle and thild :)

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  2. I love the combination of a light tinted moisturiser or foundation with a mineral foundation. When I was a teenager the only foundations that existed were really orange and heavy and it put me off for years! I've recently been using the Green People DD cream in Ivory - I really like that for the SPF. I've also just tried the Lavera foundation, I really like the price and the feel - it's so light! They need more shades for pale skin though. It might be a tiny bit too dark for you - I don't want to make a false recommendation. Loving your makeup posts! xx

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    1. I have tried Lavera before and it just doesn't work for me, you are right about the colour. I've mixed feelings about the GP one but nice to see a new colour because the other was far too dark for me.

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