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The Ordinary is well known for their range of scientifically formulated, and transparently priced skincare. Did you know that they also bring their philosophy to the makeup space with their line, The Ordinary Colours?
The Ordinary Colours, Serum Foundation, Concealer, Primer
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How To Shop The Ordinary Colours

The Ordinary is well known for their range of scientifically formulated, and transparently priced skincare. Did you know that they also bring their philosophy to the makeup space with their line, The Ordinary Colours?

The Ordinary Colours is Colour Formulations with Mindfulness – bringing honestly priced and effective cosmetics to the world of makeup. 

Similar to skincare from The Ordinary – The Ordinary Colours offers a variety of makeup products that can be suited to your unique skin and preferences to help create your best makeup base! 

What Products Are Available From The Ordinary Colours? 

The Ordinary Colours currently offers everything you need to start off your makeup base. Whether you’re into full glam looks, or natural day to day touch ups – The Ordinary Colours has you covered.

The line currently offers options for primers, foundations, and their newly launched concealer – that all can work together to create your make up base, just the way you like it. 

How Can I Pick Which Products Are Best for Me? 

Just like skincare, you can choose which products from The Ordinary Colours will be best for you based on your skin type and preferences, and we’ve broken it all down below! 

To start off your makeup look, it’s best to prep the skin for makeup by using a primer. Primer can help to extend the wear of your makeup, improve the appearance of texture, and ensure the best application possible. 

Currently The Ordinary Colours offers two different primers, and you can shop them by skin type! 

If you have oily skin you will love:

The Ordinary Silicone PrimerThe Ordinary High Adherence Primer – A primer with adaptive silicones to act as a matte, blurring base for makeup that looks higher in definition, and adheres to the skin longer. 

If you have dry skin you will love:

The Ordinary High Spreadability Primer – A new generation primer that features high-flexibility silicones in aThe Ordinary High-Spreadability Primer serum-like formula that increases the spreadability of makeup to avoid clinging to dry patches, and acting as a light surface hydrator for a natural dewy look. 

Now that you’ve selected your primer, it’s time to choose a foundation! Both of the foundations available from The Ordinary Colours use pigments suspended in The Ordinary’s proprietary spreadability system that allows pigments to look natural on the skin, resist collecting within fine lines, and stay on longer. 

If you are looking for a full coverage look you will love:

The Ordinary Coverage FoundationThe Ordinary Coverage Foundation – A full coverage formulation with high pigment levels that still over a smooth finish for a skin like appearance. 

If you are looking for sheer coverage you will love:

The Ordinary Serum Foundation – A lightweight medium-coverage formulation that looks natural on the skin and has aThe Ordinary Serum Foundation very lightweight serum feel. 

To top off your base, you may wish to explore:

The Ordinary ConcealerThe Ordinary Concealer – The newest launch from The Ordinary Colours! This high-spreadability suspension offers very high coverage with a real skin finish. Packaged with a thin nozzle applicator for precise and easy application, this formula allows high pigments to look natural on the skin, and resists collecting in fine lines. 

What are your favourites from The Ordinary Colours?

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Please Keep In Mind

This article is for educational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent diseases. We cannot provide medical advice or specific advice on products related to treatments of a disease or illness. You must consult with your professional health care provider before starting any diet, exercise or supplementation program, and before taking, varying the dosage of or ceasing to take any medication.

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