|You can use Double Take dry or wet and adapt to your current complexion needs.|
The Double Take Baked Versatile Powder Foundation ($36) in Fair was the perfect match for my fair to light warm complexion from this line of nine shades. What I really liked about this product was you have two ways to wear it from a dry application for more lightweight coverage to using the enclosed sponge for heavier coverage with a wet application. This product feels weightless and gives a minimal glow in the dry form. However, once you try it wet, the luminosity increases. I even went without concealer dabbing some on dry, but it didn’t last as long as the other time when I wet it.
To my regret, the Baked Balance-n-Glow Foundation available at QVC.com ($36.36) came in the wrong shade of Porcelain. These varying colors in this compact were a tad pale for me, but it has a lovely, refined glow. This is not sparkly shimmer, but subtle luminosity. I found my complexion looked soft and fresh. Instead, I will be using it more as a finishing powder over BB cream, liquid foundation or my tinted moisturizer.
|This is Porcelain in Baked Balance-n-Glow.|
Between Baked Balance-n-Brighten Color Correcting Foundations that I reviewed previously and these two, I am torn between which is my absolute favorite. If I was forced to name one, then I would go with Double Take because how beautifully it adapts to your complexion needs.
Then again, who am I fooling? I just love them all! Take my advice. Check all these Laura Geller foundations out because it a hard decision to narrow down to be honest!