In case anyone has either tried this foundation or is thinking about buying it here is my opinion: DO IT!!!!
I bought this foundation a couple of months ago and, I will be honest when I heard this was being released I thought that the whole idea was a gimmick! I figured that the foundation would breakdown quickly and not survive a full day of wear. However I was surprised as it was easy to colour match (colour matched myself to perfection).
Colour match any foundation to your neck – I know it sounds crazy but as you will blend your foundation down onto your neck you will want a shade that does not show a tide line!!!!
The foundation can be applied two ways the first way is by dropping the necessary amount of foundation on to a mixing palette (Sallys Express have a mixing palette which comes with a mixing tool) and applying with a beauty sponge. Alternatively you can drip the foundation directly onto your face using the dropper. I apply the foundation this way as I know that I can get the correct amount of coverage for me.
When using the dropper method you have to work fast as it will continue moving down your face. I use a buffing brush when the foundation this way as I have more control.
The foundation costs £14 for 13ml ($13.99 at Ulta if you are in America). There are 24 shades ranging from Alabaster to Deep Espresso. You can get the Total Drops brush to apply the foundation but if you already have a buffing brush you can use what you already have.
This product will last a long time as you don’t need a lot and when I run out I will definitely be buying again and would highly recommend getting a sample if you can to make sure that the foundation suits your skin before buying the full size.
Here are some pictures of the foundation and also a swatch so that you can see what the colour I matched myself with looks like.
Hope you enjoy this blog review and find the info helpful.
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