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A Mineralize Skinfinish dupe?

I think so!

I am talking about the Famous by Sue Moxley Baked Bronzers. Now these are baked, just like the cult favourite MAC Mineralize Skinfinishes. They come in four shades if I remember correctly and can be used in a number of ways depending on your skin colour.

I currently have the one in Miami shade 1, which I assume is the lightest of the four. The product comes in an unusual yet intriguing screw top jar. It reminds me a bit of vintage make-up. 



The shade I have can only be used as a highlighter or all over face glow on my skin tone and on any skin tone to be honest. It is a gorgeous warm champagne colour and it brightens the face immediately in a subtle and natural manner.

Unlike the Mineralize Skinfinishes, these are not frosty and keep clear of any chunky glitter, making it much more wearable on a daily basis. They have a rather satin-like smooth finish to them, which works just well at overlooking those pores. 

They have a very subtle veining-like effect going through them if you see closely. 




This particular shade may resemble 'By Candlelight' and 'Soft and Gentle' by MAC a little bit in case you want to make a comparison. 


You get 9 grams of product for £6, compared to MAC where you get 10 grams for £20.50. I agree these are not as metallic or overpowering as the Mineralize Skinfinishes, but if you have been looking for a dupe since long, this has to be the ultimate answer. 

I have my eyes on the shades Bali and Tahiti now. You can get these at Superdrug.

Peach Crush said...

awesome!! looks great

JC! :) said...

Very pretty! I'm a big MSF fan myself and this looks quite lovely. Another dupe-worthy product is Milani's baked blushes.

GoldenGlow said...

Oh, I'm insanely jealous right now! I love the Sue Moxley Famous range but my local Superdrugs don't stock it anymore! xx

D.Sadie said...

Oh wow! Thanks for showing us the dupes! I'll have to try these out once I use up my MSF. =)

-Dinah
www.dgsbeauty.com

Discovering Beauty said...

Ive never tried anything mac, but this looks beautiful, a trip to superdrug is now needed!

SuGaR said...

I wishh i culd buy them online...

BlushCrush said...

How pretty - thanks for this tip off x

Saira said...

I have the same one as you, but unfortunatley it doesn't really show up on my skin. I wanna try the darker shades though!

Summer said...

These look lovely <3 I imagine they'd look amazing used as powder since they're not that shimmery, or maybe just over the cheeks and forehead for a little glow :)

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cotton said...

i love these. being an MSF fan i am surely going to pick these up :)

The Beautifier said...

Wow! these look just like MAC MSF! Love the swatch, hun, will check them out for sure xoxo

Gauri said...

This is a collection I'll defo look into!
Thanks for the swatch..I could stare at that bright blob for ages :)
X

beautifulsnow said...

They look lovely! I really like the packaging, great for travelling!

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Cynthia Z said...

It looks like a cake...so beautiful & ya, just like Mac MSF

♥xx♥

Beauty Hall said...

Great dupe article you can now get them online on there website which is great and they are discounted at the moment. Thanks for the heads up
Alex x

Beauty Hall said...

Great dupe article you can now get them online on there website which is great and they are discounted at the moment. Thanks for the heads up
Alex x

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