Christina Perfect Pigment Review


Christina Perfect Pigment is a foundation designed to streamline your makeup routine to under one minute and provide you with younger looking, flawless skin. The product claims to offer 100% natural minerals to act as a foundation, blush, eye shadow, highlighter and color corrector, contour and bronzer in a single four-shade compact. The company website provides before and after photos of women who have used the Christina Perfect Pigment products, so consumers can see first hand how the makeup products work. The company also offers a 30-day money back guarantee on all purchases.

The Christina Perfect Pigment compacts come in two shade variations; one for fair skin and one for olive skin tones or darker complexions. The compacts supposedly offer a two-month supply and sell on the company website for $35 at the time of this review. From the look of the website and the Christina Perfect Pigment product description, we are left with the impression that while this product may be quite good at concealing skin flaws like wrinkles due to aging, it may not be terribly effective at treating them.

Product Details

The ingredients in the Christina Perfect Pigment foundation include: Mica , Magnesium Stearate, Zinc Stearate, Octyldodecyl Stearate , Ethylhexyl Methoxyxcinnamate, Dimethicone, Bismuth Oxychloride, Silica, Lauroyl Lysine, Butyrospermum Parkii, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower extract, Tocopherol, Gluconolactone, Sodium Benzoate. May Contain: Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Carmine, Iron Oxides, CI 77499, Red 30 Lake, Ultramarines, Manganese Violet.

For a product that claims to have anti-aging properties, the Christina Perfect Pigment foundation does not appear to have any ingredients to support the claim. We would have liked to see hyaluronic acid in the mix, since this is an effective skin moisturizer that helps the skin retain its moisture. Other good ingredients for an anti-aging formula include matrixyl, which will stimulate the production of collagen in the skin. Collagen is lost as we age, which is the culprit in sagging skin and wrinkles. Argireline can effectively relax the facial muscles that lead to the creation of fine lines and wrinkles. This formula does not contain any of these ingredients.

The Good

  • The Christina Perfect Pigment foundation can be purchased on the company website.
  • The company website provides before and after photos and a money back guarantee.

The Bad

  • This product lacks proven anti-aging ingredients.
  • The foundation appears to be geared to cosmetic purposes rather than skin treatment.
  • The shades of this foundation are very limited.

The Bottom Line

Mineral makeup is a popular choice today, with many companies offering a variety of high quality cosmetics in these formulas. However, there are no ingredients in the Christina Perfect Pigment foundation that would suggest this product would do little more than effectively conceal flaws of the skin. For treatment of the signs of aging, consumers would do well to look at other formulas that contain proven anti-aging ingredients designed just for this purpose.

6 thoughts on “Christina Perfect Pigment Review”

  1. is there a mineral make up for
    ages 50 to 60 that works like
    perfect pigment with Hydroxatone, or can this cream
    be put on the face before the mineral make up- and that sells in stores rather than going through the web

    1. Pat,
      I use Hydroxatone every day and it serves me well as a base for my Perfect Pigment makeup. If you are speaking of Perfect Pigment, I haven’t seen it anywhere other then the internet.

  2. I am African American in a medium skin tone and I absolutely love the Perfect Pigment #4! I am 60, retired and working part time at a hat boutique. I need to wear makeup daily in order to best show the hats, but usually I am running late and frankly don’t want to be bothered. Now, I can use the concealer then the Perfect Pigment and in just a few seconds, I’m done. I just love the brush. It makes application very simple. Then I add a little mascara and usually the lipgloss that came with the package and I’m all set! It’s really convenient. I’d like to see more lip gloss colors offered and perhaps darker foundation shades to accommodate more women of color. But I am entirely satisfied. My makeup bag is certainly much more streamlined these days.

  3. it has been a few years since i ordered perfect pigment. but it was the biggest rip off i have ever seen. i sent product back to them and they did not refund me

  4. I have used mineral powders and foundations for several years and really wanted to love the simplicity of this product. The coverage is average compared to products I have used in the past. The colors looked pale on me and I ended up adding my Mac blush (and I’m a natural make-up lover). I felt the price was high comparatively. Since some people don’t seem to be getting their refunds, I will keep the product and put in my purse for quick touch ups, but won’t be using for everyday. Not impressed. Sorry.

  5. I’m a woman of colour and I was wondering what number I should watching the use of your product and I was like wow I need to try that.

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