This foundation retails at £34, it has a 24 month expiration and contains 30ml of product. Light/medium dewy coverage.
I first tried this foundation when I had really dried out skin and I have to say it was probably one of the best foundations I’ve tried when my skin is not at its best. When I’m having a bad episode of dry skin, wearing foundation can be a nightmare because it usually makes my skin feel horrible. This foundation however felt lovely, it was moisturising and gave my skin a lovely glow and a more even appearance.
When my skin isn’t all dried out however, I’m not as fond of this foundation. I tend to get a little oily when my skin isn’t dried out but not enough to disturb my foundation normally, but with this foundation it definitely did!
When it’s first applied it looks pretty good, I have quite red cheeks naturally and you can still see some of the redness, but I was quite impressed with how it covered as it’s only a light/medium coverage. But as the day went on it was sinking into fine lines (I’m only 21 so I don’t have a lot) and made the appearance of them a little worse than they actually are.
In the winter I think this will be one of my favourite foundations to use as it does look lovely and feels amazing when my skins dried out.
What it claims to be;
Is it buildable? I tried to build the coverage but it really didn’t work for me.
Unifying skin tone? Yes!
Deminishing the visibility of imperfections? Not 100% but yes!
Virtually undetectable/ ‘your skin but better’? Yes, definitely!
Just a few drops will make your complexion look naturally flawless and lit-from-within? Yes, it’s beautiful!
Would I recommend this foundation? If you have oily skin, no I wouldn’t because it doesn’t wear too well but if you have normal/dry skin, definitely!