Sunday, January 17, 2016

Clinique Chubby In The Nude Foundation Stick

I love, love stick foundations and find them harder to come by. I wish more brands would make them. Clinique has got the idea and has a new Chubby Stick Foundation- Chubby In The Nude.

Sticks make applying foundation so much quicker. I literally cut minutes off my time using this in the AM.  Plus they are portable for touch ups later.

The coverage with Chubby In The Nude is light, but not sheer on me, more light /medium. I was surprised the coverage was that good as Clinique says it is sheer. I like more coverage and this went on fine .  My skin looked good- covered , polished but not heavily done.

The foundation itself is a little hard , it's not as creamy as you might expect a stick to be. It goes on well enough but there isn't much blending you can do. Once you warm it up with fingertips you can do some. A brush works well with it, better than fingers.

The finish is slightly satin/dewy but it held back shine well except on my nose. It's not  a moisturizing formula but not matte either and is oil free. The wear time was good , all day and by the end of the day it still was pretty well in place.

 Chubby In The Nude  comes in 10 shades. Shown is Intense Ivory which is  little deeper than  I think an Ivory is.  It's the second lightest shade so if you are very pale go with Abundant Alabaster.

Clinique Chubby In The Nude Foundation Stick is $ 24 .


Unknown said...

Very interesting new foundation from Clinique but what about the ingredients ? Can you send me or add a pic of its full ingredient list please ?


Beauty Alchemist said...

Hi Gusone Sophie, Unfortunately I don't have the ingredients. I try to always post them when I can but my sample came with no box where they would be listed and they are also not listed on Clinique or Sephora's websites. It is oil free, that I do know.

Anonymous said...

Great post! I have super fair skin and wondered if the shade you tried would work - now I know to go with the Abundant Alabster, thank you!

getontheice said...

I wondered the same, too! Now I know the Abundant Alabaster would be my ideal shade.