3ina The 3 in 1 Foundation – Swatch & Review


Recently I have been using the 3ina (pronounced Mina) The 3 in 1 foundation an awful lot and I have received a few questions around not only the shade that I use but also the availability for deeper skin tones. Whilst I was in London over the weekend I thought I would stop by the store and take some images which I hope you find helpful.

3ina the 3 in 1 foundation

You may notice the numbers appear slightly out of sync with “216” being the deepest shade. This is as 3ina have been expanding their shade range so I imagine that this is only the beginning.

3ina 3 in 1 foundation

My match is 219 which is one of the best foundation matches I have had. Probably the reason why I have bought a spare already!

So that you know before I talk about how I found it, I have a heavily oily t-zone. My skin is also prone to breakouts and scarring. In terms of coverage I found it more on the full of medium-full with a semi matte finish (more like my ideal skin type). It is 3 in 1 so in terms of consistency, it is thicker than most foundations. I only require about 1 pump to cover my face so a little goes a long way.3ina foundation range swatch

Originally I purchased this with the loose setting powder and setting spray. I was informed that the foundation would perform better with these. Since, I have tried various combinations (with and without) and found that they do make a difference with all my foundations. (Not just 3ina) Specifically that I get longer wear and little shine especially on my oily parts. (without any powder top-up)

There are 24 shades so far and the foundation is available for £15.95 on their website a stockist HERE (*affiliate link)

Will you be giving 3ina foundation it a go?




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  1. […] Note: You can view my full review on the 3ina foundation by clicking HERE. […]

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