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Saved 11/13/07 to Beauty Product Junkies

Product review: Bodyography veil foundation primer


Bodyography Veil Foundation Primer is available in 6 varieties to meet everyone's needs. I have been using the green for oh close to a year now and LOVE it! Over the course of that time I've tried samples of some others, including the much coveted DHC velvet skin coat, and nothing makes my skin feel as silky smooth as the bodyography primer. Just a small premeasured squirt is all you need to cover your entire face, then let it set for a couple of minutes before applying your makeup! It feels so good that I can't resist giving my cheek a little "ah that feels good caress" every time I use it. ;) My makeup has never glided on so smoothly before, I love it!

Clear
The original, best selling clear formula.
Green
Erases redness and reduces the appearance of blotchiness.
Neutral
Conceals dark circles under eyes, and adds warmth to skin.
Purple
Evens out sallow skin tones, and brightens the skins appearance.
Tahitian Glow
Bronzing + shimmer. Perfect for creating a sultry sunk-kissed look.
Monaco Matte
Bronzing without shimmer. Evens out skin tones, and gives a fresh summer look.

It is a professional product so I want to say it's available in salons carrying Bodyography. (Lucky for me, my mom's a cosmetologist and hooks a daughter up with lots of goodies! Btw, she uses it too and loves it!)


Angiebaby Angiebaby 6 years 44 weeks
I definately recommend it UrbanMommy! I hope you love it as much as I do. ;) And if you can't find it, ask your stylist if she can get it for you!
TheUrbanMommy82 TheUrbanMommy82 6 years 44 weeks
wow I should try that then! I get blotchy and red all the time!
Angiebaby Angiebaby 6 years 44 weeks
Yes, my skin is both and it's oil free and the green actually helps combat the redness I have going on with my problem skin. It's definately non-irritating or I couldn't use it!
TheUrbanMommy82 TheUrbanMommy82 6 years 44 weeks
Is this ok for skin that breaks out or is sensitive?