I first came across Dusty Girls in a random chemist, and I was surprised because I hadn't seen or heard about them before, which is a rarity for me nowadays because I'm quite beauty obsessed. I decided to look up reviews and couldn't really find any, but the ingredients and the DG website were enough for me to make my first purchase, the Earth Cream.
I can see why it's called an Earth Cream, because it's an awesome skincare product with sunscreen and a tint, with natural and healthy ingredients for the skin. It's not just a tinted moisturiser that's for sure, and it's better for your skin than most of the BB creams on the western market.
But back to the Earth Cream. I wore this for almost month straight when I first bought it; it was surprisingly nice coverage, it was silicon free (which is something I like to see in liquid products), it dried to a matte finish and it also had a little SPF in it. I should note that because it is built of more natural ingredients, that this cream doesn't have the same texture as others on the market.
|I accidentally pumped out too much - you need maybe half this amount for your whole face!|
It pumps out with a mousse like appearance, but it is actually very airy and thin, but at the same time it holds a decent amount of pigment. It also doesn't spread across the skin as evenly as traditional foundations because it doesn't have silicon, but I find if you pat it in with your finger tips it looks the most even. It can also accentuate dry patches, and I imagine this was formulated with more oily skinned people in mind, but I find it works fine with a good moisturiser underneath.
It comes in two shades, light and medium, but from the reviews and also my experience, I think that the shades are actually quite versatile because of the light coverage hence sheer colour. I use the colour light and it's a little too neutral for my olive toned skin, but it manages to adjust a little after half an hour or so.
I definitely recommend this for people who are looking for a lighter coverage, who want a everyone-in-one product that is actually good for the skin. I think it's perfect for sensitive skins, especially the for those with a skin type that breaks out with shifty ingredients.
You can look for the stocklist on the Dusty Girls website or just buy online, and I know they chuck in a couple of samples along with online orders :)
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