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  • Donna

    I've been following your blog for a while, and I absolutely love it! I am SO happy someone else is sticking to cone free- my skin can't tolerate cones whatsoever and make me break out like a beast. I love how you posted this article listing liquid foundations with no cones, so I was wondering- is it possible you can create another list with cream and powder foundations with no cones? Or do all cream and powder foundations include cones? (I've been using the same foundation, so seeing others that are ALSO cone-free is new to me.) Great article, I love it! Thanks!

    • Thanks for the kind words, Donna! :)

      I've been thinking of doing a list of cream foundations without 'cones, but I think powders would be too difficult — there are a TON of mineral-based formulas that are silicone-free, and there's just no way that I could hunt them all down. Now that I know there's interest for another silicone-free instalment, I'll try to step it up! There most certainly are 'cone-free cream and powder foundations, so keep an eye out for a new list or two ;) I'll try to publish one soon!

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  • Schura

    The MAC Face & Body and the Lise Watier both have Cyclopentasiloxane, which is a silicone too.

    • Thanks for the heads up! I have no idea how I missed those >.<

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