I have always found foundations really hit and miss, but these 4 have been a dream to use, so let’s just dive right in. Shall we?
There are tons of praise for this foundation and being a fan of the Kat Von D brand, I knew I had to try it. Let’s start by saying it is VERY matte so if you want something a bit more dewy.. this isn’t for you.
This foundation gives full-coverage in just 1 or 2 drops which means it lasts a lifetime in your makeup bag. I can wear this for hours and still feel just as fresh as when I first applied it.
It’s extremely blendable and doesn’t feel cakey in the slightest. The only slight issue I have found is when I am having a dry-skin day, it’s not the best for camouflage. Just something to keep in mind.
Still, I really am a fan of this one and will 100% be re-purchasing in the future. It’s slightly more money than your average high-street foundation, but still arguably worth the £27 slurge.
This is an oldy but a goldy (perhaps even a holy grail) and I can’t see myself ever getting bored of this foundation. It’s talked about everywhere.
It’s just easy to apply and really buildable for a full coverage. It looks so beautifully light and natural on the skin and is perfect for everyday wear. This has been around for ages and has always been a hit.
One thing I would always highly suggest, is purchasing a pump when buying otherwise it can get a little messy. I made that mistake! I have always replaced this straight away and found it to be my favourite of all the Nars products. Are you going to treat yourself?
You hear about this foundation so often and although it seems like the typical foundation to say you love, it is really true.
I much prefer this to the MAC Studio Waterweight and find it really good for “crap I’m in a rush” makeup days. It’s very natural looking and great for bad skin moments. The formula creates an ideal natural matte texture without looking thick and heavy.
When I’m just popping out or going to work, I tend to use Revlon Colourstay. It is long lasting and doesn’t draw attention to problem areas. Thank goodness right?
I find that a couple of pumps is enough for a full coverage, but is a little more time consuming when it comes to blending. Regardless, I love the texture of this foundation and for £12.99 I’d say it was almost a bargain.
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