Heyyy!! So its about time I'm doing a review on this foundation right?? Before anything I will describe what my skin type is. I have very oily skin and I do get breakouts once in awhile when I'm stressed or when its around that time of the month. Ladies you know what I mean! It is difficult for me to find a foundation that will last a long time on my oily skin and won't feel heavy and thick. I remember years ago when I tried the Revlon ColorStay liquid foundation it felt extremely cakey and thick, but I still wore it because at that time I had a beak out and wanted full coverage to cover up all of my pimples and redness. This whipped foundation is nothing like the liquid foundation. The whipped texture feels smooth and glides on very well onto the skin. I would like to point out that I do have scarring on my face from past breakouts so the coverage I look for in foundations is medium to full. When I apply the first layer of foundation onto my skin it does let my skin show through the foundation which also for me means my scars are still visible. Nowadays I just apply concealer on the spots where I need the extra coverage and proceed with powder, but on days that I'm in a rush I'll apply a second layer of this foundation which then gives me full coverage and my scars are no longer visible. This foundation is demi matte which means its neither matte or dewy, but an in between natural finish that gives the skin a settle glow. Now if you have oily skin like me then the word glow probably scares you and you want to stay far away from foundations that give a glow. As for this foundation when I say glow I mean it as a good thing. Its a settle natural glow that does not make your face look oily,but more youthful and smooth.
Their is a white cover over the foundation to keep the surface of the whipped texture smooth and clean
Medium Beige. I am an NC25 in Mac for reference.
I purchased this foundation in Rite Aid for $13.99. Their were only about eight shades of foundation on display which were all light and looked like they could match my skin tone. I noticed the foundations do cater more to people that have yellow or beige undertones. As for me thats perfect because I have yellow and beige undertones which is one of the reasons I purchased this foundation because it is difficult to find foundations that have yellow undertones in drugstores. Most foundations have pink undertones which when oxidized it looks orange. Anyway if you do have yellow undertones and you are looking for a medium to full coverage foundation then I recommend this foundation for you.
What I use:
I bought a pack of twelve spatulas from >>>Sallys Beauty Supply<<< for $1.99. I use a spatula to scoop out the foundation instead of using my fingers or brush which is not sanitary at all. Then I place the foundation on the back of my hand.
The best brush that works great with this foundation and applies it flawlessly onto the skin is this powder brush from >>>elf<<< that only costs $3.00. You can find this brush online or in target stores.
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Thank you for taking time to read this review and I hope this was helpful!