TIGI Whipped Foundation, 28.35g, Shades #1, #2, #3, #4, £1 In Store @ Poundland
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TIGI Whipped Foundation, 28.35g, Shades #1, #2, #3, #4, £1 In Store @ Poundland

£1£3.9575%PoundLand Deals
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LocalFound 16th May
Purchased from Union Street, Glasgow, earlier tonight (see receipt below).

Toni & Guy USA have this for $32! shoptoniguy.com/TIG…htm

The one I've taken photos of below is Shade #1.

A great oil free light coverage foundation for normal to oily skin types! Oil Free Lightweight Foundation with a Powder finish. Comes in 4 different shades.

Groupon US had it for $30 groupon.com/lat…1oz
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Tigi Whipped Foundation is a great oil free light coverage foundation.

For normal to oily skin types, this mineral-based foundation is lightweight and finishes as a powder! This amazing oil-free formula is so light and airy, it's hard to believe how great your skin looks and feels! Tigi Whipped Foundation comes in four matte finish foundation colors with Green Tea that acts as an Antioxidant with anti-inflammatory properties. Plus, Aloe Vera restores suppleness to skin, and Vitamins A, C & B5 are effective anti-aging anti-oxidants.

  • Light coverage foundation
  • For normal to oily skin
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Fragrance Direct is selling it for £3.95fragrancedirect.co.uk/tig…tml

Look Fantastic had it for £16.65 (now OOS) lookfantastic.com/tig…tml

Reviews of Shade #1 from Amazon US amazon.com/pro…ews

(Assume this is the same, as Groupon US call it Glamma foundation) makeupalley.com/pro…ons
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Dam a was i there earlier n never looked
Omg i saw this today but didnt know it was expensive
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This store also had Ravenhead Essentials coloured glasses for £1, okay for those summer picnics etc. Though I think the Kilner glasses are nicer/quirkier.

The cardboard display describes them as "Manhattan Hiball Glasses, 33cl".33809783-hFNNF.jpg
Edited by: "louiselouise" 16th May
Seen this is merryhill Poundland
How light is shade #1?
Picked up the last #1 in Darlington. Thankyou. Had a good number of #4 only left. Thanks for posting.
Binary_Sudoku7 h, 23 m ago

How light is shade #1?

I bought #1 it's not that light compared to others. I would say fair-medium
Thank you!
agalagii17th May

I bought #1 it's not that light compared to others. I would say fair-medium

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agalagii17th May

I bought #1 it's not that light compared to others. I would say fair-medium



Yeah, I would agree with that. I'm very pale and I think it would be a tad dark for me - when I first picked them up I thought they were loose powder (which I love, but finding one my shade that doesn't cost the earth is a challenge).

My sister loves foundations like Dream Matte Mousse so I'll give the three I bought to her as her shade's slightly different.
NorySamy16th May

Omg i saw this today but didnt know it was expensive


It's not expensive. Stores just sell it at that price. If it was really expensive, it would not be in a poundstore.
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TheLondonCyclist18th May

It's not expensive. Stores just sell it at that price. If it was really …It's not expensive. Stores just sell it at that price. If it was really expensive, it would not be in a poundstore.



Well, I put price comparisons and reviews (Makeupalley - which rates it as a "$$$" price - which isn't bargain basement) in the original Deal post, so others could see the RRP of this Foundation - did you not see those?

I don't agree with you, I've had some amazing things from Poundland. Stila makeup (mind you, there were issues with people querying how old the items actually were). There are regularly L'Oreal, Maybelline, Barry M, Rimmel and Revlon items in there that I could cross the road and buy from Superdrug for £5+ more (and I know, because I've checked a few times).

The Sleek palettes that are around £6-7 in Superdrug that are now 50p. (To my amazement I found another yesterday!). £9.99 at Boots right now! boots.com/sle…71533818491-nPnAY.jpgMax Factor 2000 Calorie Mascaras that I'm still working through. I could go on and on but it's usually end of line or overstock items. Of course they may not all be factory-fresh but that's the chance you take with £1 shops.

Edit: It's worth reading the above Makeupalley and Amazon reviews as members discuss the best skin types for this, and how to apply this foundation, as it's for skin that's on the oily side.

Eg, on Amazon US:
5.0 out of 5 stars
great for oily skin
By cat on December 11, 2013
Size: 1 oz | Verified Purchase
This is my favorite foundation I have come across. A makeup artist showed me how to use it. It is very spongy and doesn't feel spreadable at first, so you put some on the heel of your hand and rub it around to warm it up first. Use your fingers to apply it instead of a brush or sponge. The foundation is like this because it has very little oil in it; it uses the natural oils from your skin to help it spread. That makes it great fit people with oily skin, like me, because you're not putting extra oil onto your face. This foundation lasts longer on my face and stays matte longer than any other foundation I have used. I highly recommend it - just be prepared to spend a little longer than usual applying it.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 19th May
Bought today, my store had a choice of #1, 2 or 4. Thanks for posting.
Edited by: "spd.x.2" 18th May
I bought the last Shade 1 in London Road Brighton, still several of 3 and 4 left over.

It actually blends out quite nicely and is a light coverage, texture takes a bit of getting used to and I’m not sure how long lasting it would be but for the money this seems like a great bargain if you can get a shade match.

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louiselouise16 h, 57 m ago

Well, I put price comparisons and reviews (Makeupalley - which rates it as …Well, I put price comparisons and reviews (Makeupalley - which rates it as a "$$$" price - which isn't bargain basement) in the original Deal post, so others could see the RRP of this Foundation - did you not see those?I don't agree with you, I've had some amazing things from Poundland. Stila makeup (mind you, there were issues with people querying how old the items actually were). There are regularly L'Oreal, Maybelline, Barry M, Rimmel and Revlon items in there that I could cross the road and buy from Superdrug for £5+ more (and I know, because I've checked a few times).The Sleek palettes that are around £6-7 in Superdrug that are now 50p. (To my amazement I found another yesterday!). £9.99 at Boots right now! http://www.boots.com/sleek-makeup-eye-and-cheek-palette-10182715[Image] Max Factor 2000 Calorie Mascaras that I'm still working through. I could go on and on but it's usually end of line or overstock items. Of course they may not all be factory-fresh but that's the chance you take with £1 shops.Edit: It's worth reading the above Makeupalley reviews as members discuss the best skin types for this, and how to apply this foundation, as it's for skin that's on the oily side.


A couple of years ago, Rimmel decided to redesign their packaging slightly. All the old style packaging ended up in pound shops, b&m, poundstretcher, etc. Most items were £3.99-£8.99 in slightly different packaging. I cleaned up! Bought about £300 worth ( new packaging) for about £50, between me and daughters for Xmas. I was really skint, and daughters not expecting much, so it was great for me
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juggler17 h, 22 m ago

A couple of years ago, Rimmel decided to redesign their packaging …A couple of years ago, Rimmel decided to redesign their packaging slightly. All the old style packaging ended up in pound shops, b&m, poundstretcher, etc. Most items were £3.99-£8.99 in slightly different packaging. I cleaned up! Bought about £300 worth ( new packaging) for about £50, between me and daughters for Xmas. I was really skint, and daughters not expecting much, so it was great for me



Yeah, every Xmas my niece says, "I know most of the makeup and toiletries you give me are from Poundshops, but I still love what you buy!"
Edited by: "louiselouise" 19th May
louiselouise8 m ago

Yeah, every Xmas my niece says, "I know most of the makeup and toiletries …Yeah, every Xmas my niece says, "I know most of the makeup and toiletries you give me are from Poundshops, but I still love what you buy!"


I love your pound shop buys! Its good to know what to keep an eye out for, when you go in, even if not guaranteed. I found a great buy this morning actually- some Dove body shimmer oil for £2 that’s currently £7.33 at boots, and that’s on offer! Usually £10.99. It’s rare I spot a bargain in there, so well made up with that.
thanks..i managed to find shades 2, 3 & 4. it looked like most of the stock was finished. i brought a 2 and some 3s.does anyone know if this does work well for oily skin?
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Rumana031 h, 5 m ago

thanks..i managed to find shades 2, 3 & 4. it looked like most of the …thanks..i managed to find shades 2, 3 & 4. it looked like most of the stock was finished. i brought a 2 and some 3s.does anyone know if this does work well for oily skin?



This is meant to be matte/for oily skins, I added one Amazon US review to an earlier comment.

"Edit: It's worth reading the above Makeupalley and Amazon reviews as members discuss the best skin types for this, and how to apply this foundation, as it's for skin that's on the oily side.

Eg, on Amazon US:
5.0 out of 5 stars
great for oily skin
By cat on December 11, 2013
Size: 1 oz | Verified Purchase
This is my favorite foundation I have come across. A makeup artist showed me how to use it. It is very spongy and doesn't feel spreadable at first, so you put some on the heel of your hand and rub it around to warm it up first. Use your fingers to apply it instead of a brush or sponge. The foundation is like this because it has very little oil in it; it uses the natural oils from your skin to help it spread. That makes it great fit people with oily skin, like me, because you're not putting extra oil onto your face. This foundation lasts longer on my face and stays matte longer than any other foundation I have used. I highly recommend it - just be prepared to spend a little longer than usual applying it."
oh i forgot to mention they were also selling TIGI lipsticks (various colours) in the Poundland i went to
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Rumana035 m ago

oh i forgot to mention they were also selling TIGI lipsticks (various …oh i forgot to mention they were also selling TIGI lipsticks (various colours) in the Poundland i went to



I haven't tried TIGI Lipsticks for a few years - last time was years ago, from TJ Hughes, and it had excellent pigmentation and felt nice. I just assumed TIGI makeup had been and gone years ago, didn't realise they still existed.

I bought some TIGI lipsticks for my nieces/mum from Poundland a few weeks back, too. (I blether a lot on the MSE Poundland thread)!33824406-XORTt.jpg
Edited by: "louiselouise" 19th May
try poundshop.com. i have brought a lot of max factor items from them previously. at the moment they have collection 2000 & some other brand called naj oleari. its worth keeping an eye on the site as sometimes they have more different make up from what poundland have. only problem is that they do charge £4.95 for delivery but its worth it if you buy other items
poundshop.com/hea…p=2
Edited by: "Rumana03" 19th May
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Rumana036 h, 12 m ago

try poundshop.com. i have brought a lot of max factor items from them …try poundshop.com. i have brought a lot of max factor items from them previously. at the moment they have collection 2000 & some other brand called naj oleari. its worth keeping an eye on the site as sometimes they have more different make up from what poundland have. only problem is that they do charge £4.95 for delivery but its worth it if you buy other itemshttps://www.poundshop.com/health-and-beauty/cosmetics.html?p=2



I used to buy from Poundshop dot com (even from the days when they were hereforapound and then joined forces with Poundworld - if my cloudy memory serves me correctly). But after multiple orders with items missing (to be fair, they sort it out quickly) and the P&P charge going up and up, I no longer bother any more.

I even once got a parcel, dumped at my door, that had been ripped open - not sure if it was a neighbour or it was delivered in that state by the courier!!

Online pound store is good and they have a 10% off code at the moment, HUKD doesn't let me post Deals for them, though! Never had any issues with missing items, burst parcels, either.

Edit: Interestingly, if you're a Scot, Watt Brothers is currently selling Naj Oleari very cheap in their stores. Not sure what the quality/RRP is of those.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 19th May
louiselouise6 m ago

I used to buy from Poundshop dot com (even from the days when they were …I used to buy from Poundshop dot com (even from the days when they were hereforapound and then joined forces with Poundworld - if my cloudy memory serves me correctly). But after multiple orders with items missing (to be fair, they sort it out quickly) and the P&P charge going up and up, I no longer bother any more. I even once got a parcel, dumped at my door, that had been ripped open - not sure if it was a neighbour or it was delivered in that state by the courier!!Online pound store is good and they have a 10% off code at the moment, HUKD doesn't let me post Deals for them, though! Never had any issues with missing items, burst parcels, either.Edit: Interestingly, if you're a Scot, Watt Brothers is currently selling Naj Oleari very cheap in their stores. Not sure what the quality/RRP is of those, though.


is it onlinepoundstore.co.uk? so its a reliable site to order from? i'm going to have a look.thanks for the heads up
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Rumana0315 m ago

is it www.onlinepoundstore.co.uk? so its a reliable site to order from? …is it www.onlinepoundstore.co.uk? so its a reliable site to order from? i'm going to have a look.thanks for the heads up



Yep. As with any online £1 shop, you need to spend a good half an hour searching but it's worth it 33824528-O4mav.jpg..from an email I got last night. Think it's this weekend only!

..and I forgot about the audio that plays when you go onto their Home Page. Boy oh boy is it irritating (I just hit Mute).
Edited by: "louiselouise" 19th May
If anyone’s in Southampton, there were a number of foundations (mostly 4 but some 2 and 3) in both of the Poundlands in city centre. Some lipstick and mascara, tko
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I gave into temptation and cracked one of these jars open for myself - I'm always buying Pound makeup bargains for everyone except ME!! and the reviews intrigued me enough to want to try it out.

I've never used a Whipped Foundation, the mousse-like texture put me off initially, and anticipated imminent foundation-disaster. That and I am pale-pale-pale complexioned, and thought it might leave that horrible "tide mark" at my jawline.

I spread out (Shade #1) on the palm of my hand, applied to an already-moisturised face with my fingers, and couldn't see what I'd done till I'd put my glasses on again (very short sighted )!!

And, actually, it looks even, the shade is fine, not as beigey as I thought it would be. It's light coverage and brightens my skintone. Couldn't wish for more. I'll put my usual dusting of loose powder on top.

The real litmus test is how it lasts after a few hours!!
Edited by: "louiselouise" 22nd May
louiselouise22nd May

I gave into temptation and cracked one of these jars open for myself - I'm …I gave into temptation and cracked one of these jars open for myself - I'm always buying Pound makeup bargains for everyone except ME!! and the reviews intrigued me enough to want to try it out.I've never used a Whipped Foundation, the mousse-like texture put me off initially, and anticipated imminent foundation-disaster. That and I am pale-pale-pale complexioned, and thought it might leave that horrible "tide mark" at my jawline.I spread out (Shade #1) on the palm of my hand, applied to an already-moisturised face with my fingers, and couldn't see what I'd done till I'd put my glasses on again (very short sighted )!! And, actually, it looks even, the shade is fine, not as beigey as I thought it would be. It's light coverage and brightens my skintone. Couldn't wish for more. I'll put my usual dusting of loose powder on top.The real litmus test is how it lasts after a few hours!!


i tried shade 3 and it was pretty good. i mean normally after a few hours my skin would get oily but this seems to keep it matte. i usually use clinique beyond perfection liquid foundation. these will have saved me a lot of money.thanks!
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Rumana0352 m ago

i tried shade 3 and it was pretty good. i mean normally after a few hours …i tried shade 3 and it was pretty good. i mean normally after a few hours my skin would get oily but this seems to keep it matte. i usually use clinique beyond perfection liquid foundation. these will have saved me a lot of money.thanks!



Yeah, I wore mine through the evening and it lasted fine - me and heavy foundation don't get on well so I'm glad it's not thick - Makeupalley reviewers complained that this one rolls up/flakes if you're too heavy-handed. Seems it's a one-coat foundation.

I'm not as oily as used to be, but definitely more on the acne-prone side than some, and it's hit and miss whether I break out, but I had no reactions either.
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