Living Nature foundations usually come in 30 ml glass bottles with a black pump. Although at the time I bought it, they were out of pumps, so I received a white/silver pump instead. I am a big fan of beauty products with dispensers for obvious reasons: it’s more hygienic than using them with only fingers and, also, it’s easier to squeeze out the right amount of product you need, which helps to use it longer. The bottle was packed in a sophisticated black box, which had a note “smile.” Very cute!
It’s a liquid foundation, and I found it very easy to apply. I needed only a small amount of foundation for my whole face. It dried out pretty quickly and gave the skin a semi-matte finish with a sheer glow. In my opinion, the foundation is more suitable for normal/combination skin type, and it might be a tad drying if you have dry skin, like me.
The Living Nature foundation comes in 6 shades. A shade I bought is called Pure Sand, described as a “light shade with pink/yellow base tones.” It seems pretty dark when it comes out of the bottle, but becomes much lighter once applied on the skin. I usually am fair in winter, but it wasn’t too dark for me at all.
Here’s Pure Sand on my hand: