Clinique Super City Block CC Cushion Compact SPF 50 ($35): The newest cushion compact foundation I’ve tried, there are 4 available shades.
Physician’s Formula Mineral Wear Talc-Free All-In-1 Cushion Foundation ($16. 99) Three available shades, this is a good pick for sensitive skins.
Lancome Miracle Cushion Compact Foundation ($47): Great shade selection (11) makes this a top pick.
I am using fenty Beauty 210 shade and I was wondering what shade should I get in a lancome tient idole ultra cushion foundation and Sulwhasoo cushion compact?
PUR Air Perfection CC Cushion Compact Foundation ($43) has four available shades and includes a refill.
Philosophy’s Take a Deep Breath Cushion Foundation SPF 20 ($40) is my pick if you need medium to full coverage.
As you can see, there are many brands and factors to consider when choosing a cushion compact foundation. Have you tried a cushion compact foundation yet?
In terms of color, I’d consider the Philosophy Cushion in “3” a light-medium, which is what I generally wear in foundation.
The mesh screen is ingenius, pigmentation is excellent, and it feels weightless on the skin…the closest I’ve found to a true liquid foundation with a cushion delivery.
If you’re looking to cover sun spots or acne scars, out of all the cushions I’ve tried, this cushion compact is for you.
Having originated as one of the top “K-beauty” products, many of the top beauty brands are coming out or already have a cushion foundation available.
Iope Air Cushion XP SPF 50 ($38): Two shades make this cushion foundation limiting for some; you pick between N (natural) or C (more coverage).
One of the cushion compacts I tried that had a physical sunscreen (Titanium Dioxide and Zinc Oxide) making this my top pick for summer wear!
L’Oreal True Match Lumi Cushion Foundation ($16. 99) Another nice addition to the True Match line.
Sulwhasoo Perfecting Cushion ($60) is my favorite of all of the cushion compact foundations I tried.