6 Barely-There Foundations Every Working Girl Should Know About

by | Nov 9, 2017 | Uncategorized

By Gotlhokwang Angoma-Mzini; photograph by James Garaghty

Because your “look” can have a major influence on your earning potential. Believe it.

Want a job or a pay raise? Get this. Researchers found a fair amount of preening and zhuzhing up can actually boost earning potential – well duh. But here’s the thing. “The key may be to appear as if you’ve put in some effort but didn’t go overboard,” says psychologist Prof Don Osborn. “Heavy make-up may suggest misplaced priorities: you care more about looking good than working hard.”

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Keep the facebeat for the weekend. As for weekdays, subtle is the magic word. Subtle enough to hide uneven skin tone, but still give that natural glow. Check our fresh selections:

Yardley Even complexion Foundation (R190)


This beaut helps to treat uneven skin tone, dark spots and pigmentation, while dishing up medium coverage. Available at Clicks.

Gosh Primer Plus+ Skin Adapter – Chameleon (R255) 


Get smoother, glowing skin with this colour-releasing primer that enhances any skin tone with a healthy finish. Available at Foschini

Rimmel Fresher Skin Foundation Noisette (R170)


A shine-free, lightweight formula that provides all-day, natural-looking coverage. Available at Clicks.

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Urban Decay Naked Skin Loose Powder (R480)


Blur flaws, set make-up and cut shine with this lightweight pressed powder – it’ll make for luminous, blemish-free skin. Available at Foschini.

Clarins Everlasting Compact Foundation SPF 15 (R510)


Imperfections are well and truly concealed with this comfortable compact powder. Result: skin looks natural and radiant all day. Available at Clarins.

L.O.V The Undressed 12H Moisturizing Nude Foundation (R209)


Perfect for women who love to rock a natural-looking, flawless finish. Available at Takealot.

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