The This Morning presenter recently shared her natural makeup routine with her followers – and one product is in the Sephora sale
We’d be lying if we said we weren’t envious of Rochelle Humes’ gorgeous complexion and natural beauty. The This Morning presenter regularly rocks minimal makeup whilst presenting the show and it seems her favourite products aren’t as expensive as you may think.
Former Saturdays singer Rochelle recently shared her makeup routine over on her TikTok page – hilariously commentated by her husband and JLS boyband member Marvin Humes – and detailed her go-to products, including a Kat Von D Beauty Good Apple foundation balm, which is currently on sale in her favourite shade, tan, on Sephora.
After applying SkinCeuticals Triple Lipid Restore (£150, Lookfantastic), which boasts an anti-ageing formula, Rochelle is seen gliding a foundation brush over her face after dabbing it in the lightweight ‘skin-perfecting’ formula, that now costs £27.20 as opposed to £34.
The balm provides a ‘fresh matte finish’, that ensures no flashback from photos, and is infused with apple extract to nourish your skin whilst covering up blemishes and pores. It’s also noncomedogenic – so won’t clog your pores.
And it’s not just Rochelle who loves this formula – which she applies with a foundation brush, blotting it on her face – as the balm has received a plethora of five star reviews from shoppers who thank it for giving them confidence and making them “feel beautiful again”.
One wrote: “I bought this foundation as nothing had worked for my skin. I have extremely dry skin around my nose and foundation liquid and powder just highlighted this.. I also found every foundation I have tried separated under my eyes and looked cakey. But this… wow my complexion is flawless, no dry skin and a beautiful glow.. I’m so excited I get to feel beautiful again. Full coverage for my dark circles and redness to the point I don’t even have to bother with concealer..
“I’m so so so happy I took the chance on this. In the past I’ve tried Huda Beauty, elf, Revolution, Maybelline, Este Lauder and more nothing even comes close.. totally in love. Kat Von D is a total legend.”
Another added: “I think this genuinely might be my favourite foundation ever. It is truly buildable, and it has a dewy, skin-like finish. And it didn’t settle into my laugh lines! I’ve never had that before, and I’ve searched and searched.”
They continued: “Also! for my fellow ghost pale folks! it is really REALLY light. like a bit too light for me, and most foundations are too dark for me even with the lightest shade. i have to warm it up with some bronzer, but it looks great. I absolutely love it.”
The non-cakey foundation is recommended for balanced to dry skin but can be used on complexions that tend to be on the oilier side with the use of setting powder.
Although, many shoppers found their oily skin in disagreement with the product. “I found that the foundation slipped on my oily areas (like my T-zone), but sat nicely on my normal/slightly dry areas. I found that it didn’t oxidize on me. It provided me with full coverage, and while certain areas of my skin feel great after wearing it, I find that it can cause me to break out,” said one, while another commented: “when I tried it on my face, it really made the dry parts of my combination skin stand out and seemed to separate where it was more oily.”
While many people enjoy a more liquid-like foundation, like Revolution’s £10.99 Skin Silk foundation balm – which The Mirror adore (read why here), has the creamy consistency of a regular foundation whilst giving lightweight coverage that tinted moisturiser has. If you’re not a fan of KVD, Trinny London’s Just A Touch foundation and concealer in on is on sale for £25.20 and provides “easy-to-control, targeted coverage exactly where you want it”.
Rochelle also used Charlotte Tilbury’s Airbrush Flawless Finish, as well as setting spray from the brand and Summer Fridays’ dream lip oil, £26.
For Rochelle’s go-to balm, visit Sephora or Boots to grab it on sale for £27.20.